rev 2019.06.09.2 - NVEnc
#1
Hey,

I upgraded to Rev 2019.06.09.2 and noticed that things have changed if NVEnc is choosen for the Video option. The H265 isn't an codec option (H264 is).
I have used NVEnc with h265 for a while now to convert H264 to H265 files. 

I am no expert on video encoding so that might have been for a good reason and I did find the H265 options under NVEnc (FFmpeg) but can someone explain why this was removed and if it going to be put back.  Also if someone can suggest a new process to shrink H264 files in H265 format and I good with that too.

Thanks for all the hard work on a great application.

Cheers,

Joel
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#2
NVEncC H.265 support wasn't removed.

What is the output of:
NVEncC --check-features
on your system?
Whether Hybrid allows the usage of H.265 with NVEnc should depend on the output of the above call. (You can trigger Hybrid to re-check that call by clearing the tools infos.)

Cu Selur
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#3
(22.06.2019, 00:44)You mean at the command line or within Hybrid itself?I cleared the cache for the tools and then generated thisThis is happening on one system that I upgraded from the previous version of Hybrid and one where I did a clean install of it.Thanks for the quick response.JoelSelur Wrote: NVEncC H.265 support wasn't removed.

What is the output of:
NVEncC --check-features
on your system?
Whether Hybrid allows the usage of H.265 with NVEnc should depend on the output of the above call. (You can trigger Hybrid to re-check that call by clearing the tools infos.)

Cu Selur
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#4
In a command line in the folder where NVEncC lies.
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#5
(23.06.2019, 07:55)Selur Wrote: In a command line in the folder where NVEncC lies.


OK, I understand.

I will change the graphic card to p-series and test it.

Thanks!
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#6
(23.06.2019, 07:55)Selur Wrote: In a command line in the folder where NVEncC lies.


Sorry for the massive delay.

Seems NVEnc Encoding can't see my GPU



I re-installed my Graphics card driver and re-ran the check. Listed a big list of supported features.
Cleared the cache in Hybrid (as per Selmur above) and I am back in business.

Maybe a bad version of the NVIDIA Driver.

Hope that might help someone else.

Cheers
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