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#1
Hi!
CUDA encoder supports frame-packing for 3d movies like x264 or ffmpeg? 

--frame-packing <integer> For stereoscopic videos define frame arrangement
                                  - 0: checkerboard - pixels are alternatively from L and R
                                  - 1: column alternation - L and R are interlaced by column
                                  - 2: row alternation - L and R are interlaced by row
                                  - 3: side by side - L is on the left, R on the right
                                  - 4: top bottom - L is on top, R on bottom
                                  - 5: frame alternation - one view per frame
                                  - 6: mono - 2D frame without any frame packing
                                  - 7: tile format - L is on top-left, R split across

Thks!
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#2
https://github.com/rigaya/NVEnc/blob/mas...ions.en.md doesn't list that option.

Which NVEncC version did you see that option?

Cu Selur
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#3
(09.10.2017, 00:42)Selur Wrote: https://github.com/rigaya/NVEnc/blob/mas...ions.en.md doesn't list that option.

Which NVEncC version did you see that option?

Cu Selur

I didn't see...But i am a beginner, so... I am asking if this is option exists.

This option is from
x264
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#4
Ah, okay. I misunderstood you. I thought that there was a new function I did not know of.-> No, there ist no such function when using NVEnc like with x264.

Cu Selur
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#5
(09.10.2017, 06:13)Selur Wrote: Ah, okay. I misunderstood you. I thought that there was a new function I did not know of.-> No, there ist no such function when using NVEnc like with x264.

Cu Selur

It's a shame ... this feature is great if you have a 3D TV and I do not understand why it is not implemented
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#6
Sadly only the NVIDIA management can propably answer this one,..
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#7
(09.10.2017, 17:08)Selur Wrote: Sadly only the NVIDIA management can propably answer this one,..
I wrote to Nvidia team before asked you, and yesterday they answered that they are working and analyzing this and please wait for his news.
So... Maybe we have lucky.
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#8
Smile 
Hi there... Nvidia wrote me to say that they are working on my question.... 

I have another problem... when i open hybrid say:

This log is only intended for user information.
It should not be part of a bug/problem report!!
  added new job with id 19_05_54_5110
Current defaultOutputPath: is empty!
 -> Set it under Config->Path
Detected the following cards which seem to lack NVIDIA PureVideo support:   GeForce GT 710
No card found that's supported by nvenc, the CUDA encoding library. -> Removing CUDA based encoding support. Card name was compared against: https://developer.nvidia.com/cuda-gpus
Finished initialization, finished after 7.926s 

So CUDA is removed, but the card support CUDA, here is the spec:

https://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop...ifications

How can i solve it? I couldn't force it.
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#9
Encoding requires PureVideo encoding support, not CUDA.
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#10
(18.10.2017, 01:05)Selur Wrote: Encoding requires PureVideo encoding support, not CUDA.

GT 710 supports PureVideo.

I was looking the list where you check the cards and the GT 710 is missing, i think that is a mistake of Nvidia
   

How can i do to make it works?
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