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[HELP] AOMEnc Disscusion
#21
Thanks for the new dev Version.

Seems to working fine. Comparing it additional in Staxrip too.

Speed was 9 Seconds more with the new aomenc (Staxrip), that could be fluctuation, investigating that later.


apparently the ETA timer has finally been fixed.

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From Augurs Staxrip with the new AOMenc version, but i was not able to reproduce it in Staxrip, even with ffms2 Source i was not able to see it. I have no idea why, maybe because he uses an Intel Processor that use other Instructions? I have no Idea, need to investigate this later.

EDIT: seems its depend on if you are using and Intel or AMD Processor with different Instruction Set, on Augurs Desktop AMD its also not wokring like my one. On his Intel Notebook, the ETA Timer is working.

Greetings
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#22
ETA Timer seems to be bugged, on new source on the same Intel Processor, ETA Timer isnt working anymore in Staxrip. Strange.
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#23
No, clue, best ask the author of StaxRip.
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#24
Yes, i have to somehow Big Grin

Is there a way it will work on Hybrid properly, u can have a look into this? Maybe we just need to wait for v3.6.0 non rc build. Seems that they ahve changed something on the ETA Timer but isnt working properly by Encoder or by Staxrip.
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#25
Not really much I can do about it.
aomencs progress indication is simply a mess for piped input, something like:
Pass 2/2 frame   49/24       698B 5978024 us 8.20 fps [ETA  unknown]   27F
doesn't really say much, so any toll trying to estimate an ETA from that is kind of lost.

Cu Selur
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