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    Originally Posted by DarrellS View Post
    LigH.de
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    encoded 750 frames in 288.22s (2.60 fps), 360.50 kb/s, 1.30MB, Bit rate: 343 Kbps

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    encoded 749 frames in 295.51s (2.53 fps), 360.91 kb/s, 1.30MB, Bit rate: 343 Kbps
    Apparently that's what one gets for using the XP-ConditionVariable-workaround on the 64-bit builds
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    Originally Posted by El Heggunte View Post
    Originally Posted by DarrellS View Post
    LigH.de
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    encoded 750 frames in 288.22s (2.60 fps), 360.50 kb/s, 1.30MB, Bit rate: 343 Kbps

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    encoded 749 frames in 295.51s (2.53 fps), 360.91 kb/s, 1.30MB, Bit rate: 343 Kbps
    Apparently that's what one gets for using the XP-ConditionVariable-workaround on the 64-bit builds
    Yeah, I was wondering what was going on. When I first encoded with a 64 bit build on Windows 7 64 Ultimate, I was getting encode speeds as high as 51 fps on a 1280x720 encode. I thought it had to do with the 4096x2160 input files but I was still getting speeds that were almost twice as fast as the last few encodes I've made...

    El_Heggunte_x265-64-bit_0.8+248-6f7b323061dc............. / encoded 750 frames in 156.01s (4.81 fps), 355.70 kb/s / 1.29 MB 352 Kbps

    Oh, you were talking about the missing frame. Yeah, I noticed that also.
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    i miss the consistant repository for x265.exe builds. the repos. helped to keep track of builds that works or failed. however, with the one'zee two'zees, by different people building them, there is no control of how i can track down which is which and what is working or failing that i can report accurately with. i am lost, because i am having trouble getting these latest builds working and getting confused and frustrated by the inclusion and exclusions going on and off with xp support. and all of this is making me depressed.

    so, far, to report for today, i am unable to get these latest versions working on my netbook (atom cpu) and two dell core i3 and core i7 desktops (work pc) to work. the encode stops at frame 15, no file is created and the usual m$ backdoor dialog box to close down the app, pops up. however, the strange thing is, these same apps work on my desktop pc at home. all are running windows xp.

    the ones i am having trouble with (work pc's and netbook) are the ones i downloaded from post # 1468 and post # 1470. they are not working in my gui, and as a last resort, a dos console window:

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    yuv  [info]: 720x480 fps 24/1 i420 unknown frame count
    x265 [info]: HEVC encoder version 0.9+9-8273932bc5b7
    x265 [info]: build info [Windows][GCC 4.8.1][32 bit] 8bpp
    x265 [info]: using cpu capabilities: MMX2 SSE2Fast SSSE3 Cache64 SlowCTZ SlowAtom SlowPshufb
    x265 [info]: Main profile, Level-3 (Main tier)
    x265 [info]: WPP streams / pool / frames         : 15 / 2 / 1
    x265 [info]: CU size                             : 32
    x265 [info]: Max RQT depth inter / intra         : 1 / 1
    x265 [info]: ME / range / subpel / merge         : dia / 25 / 0 / 2
    x265 [info]: Keyframe min / max / scenecut       : 24 / 250 / 0
    x265 [info]: Lookahead / bframes / badapt        : 10 / 4 / 0
    x265 [info]: b-pyramid / weightp / weightb / refs: 1 / 0 / 0 / 1
    x265 [info]: Rate Control / AQ-Strength / CUTree : CRF-17.0 / 0.0 / 0
    x265 [info]: tools: cfm esd rd=3 lft 
    avs [error]: Error occurred while writing frame 15
    (Maybe x264_64.exe closed)
    i use a trim(0,100) in the video.avs file i am feeding to the computers below. on the amd pc, it is working.

    desktop pc, amd dual core, winxp home sp2 -- works
    netbook pc, intel atom, winxp home sp3 -- fails
    work pc, dell core i3, winxp pro sp3 -- fails
    work pc, dell core i7, winxp pro sp3 -- fails
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    There may be many reasons for problems.

    Even a bug in a CPU optimized assembler code which only fails on specific CPU families.

    Missing a whole frame, though, is an issue I will try to check, comparing my 32 bit against my 64 bit builds...
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    Oh, wait ... why x264_64.exe ? Did you confuse avs4x264 with avs4x265?
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    Oh, wait ... why x264_64.exe ? Did you confuse avs4x264 with avs4x265?
    afaikt, the version from the link below was designed for the (x265.exe by default, else when using -P switch, it will use what you spell out on the command line, which is the method i use in all cases since in my gui i have a pulldown box of all the x265 builds to test since i incorporate the build version into the filename) but you may be right about the x265 builds but in the avs4x265 app it could be something else ( never cought ?) and cropping up in this instance with respect to that line error in the output.

    http://kurtnoise.free.fr/x265/

    also, the encoder fails when i use the old method, cmd /c as well. so, the failing part on the encoder relates to your first notes about cpu / assembler/etc.
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    Even a bug in a CPU optimized assembler code which only fails on specific CPU families.
    just wanted to say, that this was an important point to make. and every tester, whether casual or serious, should come out and share their success or failures, especially on these latest updates. better yet, testers having more than one cpu type should test each of them with each new build so that a quicker resolution can be made. this should be a regular part of anyones test bed. team work. thank you.
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    desktop pc, amd dual core, winxp home sp2

    i'm back home now, on my desktop pc ... and reporting back to confirm that the two latest builds mentioned, plus a few more are working fine on this pc:

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    x265b32_0.8+251-ae07405973b7.exe 
    x265b32_0.8+254-a30786caa6c3.exe 
    x265b32_0.8+258-7ce180ca05b3.exe 
    x265   _0.8+266-3f27daf35506.exe 
    x265   _0.8+274-c0362b478e23.exe 
    x265b32_0.9+2-eef9a0050728.exe 
    x265b32_0.9+9-8273932bc5b7.exe
    and here are the encoder specs using this pc for these tests:

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    avs4x265 -P x265.exe --preset ultrafast  --crf 17 -o video.hm10 c:\video.avs
    Code:
    yuv  [info]: 720x480 fps 24000/1001 i420 unknown frame count
    x265 [info]: HEVC encoder version 0.8+251-ae07405973b7
    x265 [info]: build info [Windows][GCC 4.8.1][32 bit] 8bpp
    x265 [info]: using cpu capabilities: MMX2 SSE2Slow SlowCTZ
    x265 [info]: Main profile, Level-3 (Main tier)
    x265 [info]: WPP streams / pool / frames         : 15 / 2 / 1
    x265 [info]: CU size                             : 32
    x265 [info]: Max RQT depth inter / intra         : 1 / 1
    x265 [info]: ME / range / subpel / merge         : dia / 25 / 0 / 2
    x265 [info]: Keyframe min / max / scenecut       : 23 / 250 / 0
    x265 [info]: Lookahead / bframes / badapt        : 10 / 4 / 0
    x265 [info]: b-pyramid / weightp / refs          : 1 / 0 / 1
    x265 [info]: Rate Control / AQ-Strength / CUTree : CRF-17.0 / 0.0 / 0
    x265 [info]: tools: cfm esd rd=3 lft 
    [4.2%] 1/24 frames, 0.63 fps, 56.20 kb/s, eta 0:00:36  
    [8.3%] 2/24 frames, 0.93 fps, 36.83 kb/s, eta 0:00:23  
    [25.0%] 6/24 frames, 2.45 fps, 23.14 kb/s, eta 0:00:07  
    [41.7%] 10/24 frames, 3.70 fps, 20.54 kb/s, eta 0:00:03  
    [58.3%] 14/24 frames, 4.74 fps, 19.44 kb/s, eta 0:00:02  
    [83.3%] 20/24 frames, 6.24 fps, 18.58 kb/s, eta 0:00:00  
    
    encoded 24 frames in 3.06s (7.84 fps), 16.86 kb/s
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    grain retention and hevc playback codecs/decoders

    looking for parameters to get started in "grain retention" encoding. searching around didn't help. i do not know what params control that aspect of the encoding but i want to play around with it if the param(s) are ready enough in these latest 0.9 builds.

    also, i am not able to get video showing in my gui like i used to. must be some ds codec issue going on, change in compression method, or change elsewhere and these latest builds. are there any prefered (newer) codecs to d/l that i can get up and running ?

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    Originally Posted by El Heggunte View Post
    ..........

    Apparently that's what one gets for using the XP-ConditionVariable-workaround on the 64-bit builds
    Therefore, from now on, my 64-bit builds of x265.exe require Windows Vista or higher, and yes, now it does appear that the extraordinary claim quoted below

    Originally Posted by Steve Borho
    Strangely enough, I found that MinGW builds for Win64 run a lot faster when targeted for XP
    was just a 1st-of-April joke

    And oh b.t.w., the code below means a BIG _|_ to the Visual Leak Detector uselessness

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    if(WIN32)
       if(NOT MINGW)
          # Visual leak detector
          find_package(VLD QUIET)
          if(VLD_FOUND)
             add_definitions(-DHAVE_VLD)
             include_directories(${VLD_INCLUDE_DIRS})
             set(PLATFORM_LIBS ${PLATFORM_LIBS} ${VLD_LIBRARIES})
             link_directories(${VLD_LIBRARY_DIRS})
          endif()
          option(WINXP_SUPPORT "Make binaries compatible with Windows XP" OFF)
          if(WINXP_SUPPORT)
             # force use of workarounds for CONDITION_VARIABLE and atomic
             # intrinsics introduced after XP
             add_definitions(-D_WIN32_WINNT=_WIN32_WINNT_WINXP)
          endif()
       endif()
       if(MINGW)
          if(X86 AND NOT X64)
             add_definitions(-D_WIN32_WINNT=_WIN32_WINNT_WINXP)
          endif()
          if(X64)
             add_definitions(-D_WIN32_WINNT=_WIN32_WINNT_VISTA)
          endif()
       endif()
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    snowfag:
    C:\Tools\x265>x265.exe --preset ultrafast --q 21 --input "input.y4m" --output "output.hevc" & mkvmerge.exe --default-duration 0:24fps "output.hevc" -o "C:\Tools\X265 Encoders\X265_64-bit\output.mkv"
    y4m [info]: 4096x2160 fps 25/1 i420 frames 0 - 749 of 750
    x265 [info]: HEVC encoder version 0.9+12-9f77f0228735
    x265 [info]: build info [Windows][GCC 4.6.3][64 bit] 8bpp
    x265 [info]: encoded 750 frames in 216.21s (3.47 fps), 360.50 kb/s, 1.30MB, Bit rate: 343 Kbps

    El Heggunte:
    C:\Tools\x265>x265.exe --preset ultrafast --q 21 --input "input.y4m" --output "output.hevc" & mkvmerge.exe --default-duration 0:24fps "output.hevc" -o "C:\Tools\X265 Encoders\X265_64-bit\output.mkv"
    y4m [info]: 4096x2160 fps 25/1 i420 frames 0 - 749 of 750
    x265 [info]: HEVC encoder version 0.9+9-8273932bc5b7
    x265 [info]: build info [Windows][GCC 4.8.1][64 bit] 8bpp
    x265 [info]: encoded 750 frames in 220.97s (3.39 fps), 360.50 kb/s, 1.30MB, Bit rate: 343 Kbps

    Fllear:
    C:\Tools\x265>x265.exe --preset ultrafast --q 21 --input "input.y4m" --output "output.hevc" & mkvmerge.exe --default-duration 0:24fps "output.hevc" -o "C:\Tools\X265 Encoders\X265_64-bit\output.mkv"
    y4m [info]: 4096x2160 fps 25/1 i420 frames 0 - 749 of 750
    x265 [info]: HEVC encoder version 0.9+12-9f77f0228735a78b
    x265 [info]: build info [Windows][GCC 4.8.2][64 bit] 8bpp
    x265 [info]: encoded 750 frames in 226.19s (3.32 fps), 360.50 kb/s, 1.30MB, Bit rate: 343 Kbps

    Daemon404:
    C:\Tools\x265>x265.exe --preset ultrafast --q 21 --input "input.y4m" --output "output.hevc" & mkvmerge.exe --default-duration 0:24fps "output.hevc" -o "C:\Tools\X265 Encoders\X265_64-bit\output.mkv"
    y4m [info]: 4096x2160 fps 25/1 i420 frames 0 - 749 of 750
    x265 [info]: HEVC encoder version 0.9+9-8273932bc5b7
    x265 [info]: build info [Windows][MSVC 1700][64 bit] 8bpp
    x265 [info]: encoded 749 frames in 261.17s (2.87 fps), 360.91 kb/s, 1.30MB, Bit rate: 343 Kbps

    LigH:
    C:\Tools\x265>x265.exe --preset ultrafast --q 21 --input "input.y4m" --output "output.hevc" & mkvmerge.exe --default-duration 0:24fps "output.hevc" -o "C:\Tools\X265 Encoders\X265_64-bit\output.mkv"
    y4m [info]: 4096x2160 fps 25/1 i420 frames 0 - 749 of 750
    x265 [info]: HEVC encoder version 0.9+2-eef9a0050728
    x265 [info]: build info [Windows][GCC 4.8.2][64 bit] 8bpp
    x265 [info]: encoded 750 frames in 288.22s (2.60 fps), 360.50 kb/s, 1.30MB, Bit rate: 343 Kbps


    Next I'll lower --q to 17 to see if it makes a difference. When I was using bitrate, it didn't matter how high or how low I set it. It seemed to always give me the same low bitrate. I wonder also if I raise it to 28 (default) if the speeds will be increase.
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    commit 0.9+12-9f77f0228735:
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    Fllear:
    C:\Tools\x265>x265.exe --preset ultrafast --q 21 --input "input.y4m" --output "output.hevc" & mkvmerge.exe --default-duration 0:24fps "output.hevc" -o "F:\Temp\output.mkv"
    y4m [info]: 4096x2160 fps 25/1 i420 frames 0 - 749 of 750
    x265 [info]: HEVC encoder version 0.9+12-9f77f0228735a78b
    x265 [info]: build info [Windows][GCC 4.8.2][64 bit] 8bpp
    x265 [info]: encoded 750 frames in 213.35s (3.52 fps), 524.02 kb/s, File size: 1.89 MB, Bit rate: 497 Kbps

    snowfag:
    C:\Tools\x265>x265.exe --preset ultrafast --q 21 --input "input.y4m" --output "output.hevc" & mkvmerge.exe --default-duration 0:24fps "output.hevc" -o "F:\Temp\output.mkv"
    y4m [info]: 4096x2160 fps 25/1 i420 frames 0 - 749 of 750
    x265 [info]: HEVC encoder version 0.9+12-9f77f0228735
    x265 [info]: build info [Windows][GCC 4.6.3][64 bit] 8bpp
    x265 [info]: encoded 750 frames in 213.83s (3.51 fps), 524.02 kb/s, File size: 1.89 MB, Bit rate: 497 Kbps

    El Heggunte:
    C:\Tools\x265>x265.exe --preset ultrafast --q 17 --input "input.y4m" --output " output.hevc" & mkvmerge.exe --default-duration 0:24fps "output.hevc" -o "F:\Temp\output.mkv"
    y4m [info]: 4096x2160 fps 25/1 i420 frames 0 - 749 of 750
    x265 [info]: HEVC encoder version 0.9+12-9f77f0228735
    x265 [info]: build info [Windows][GCC 4.6.3][64 bit] 8bpp
    x265 [info]: encoded 750 frames in 218.00s (3.44 fps), 524.02 kb/s, File size: 1.89 MB, Bit rate: 497 Kbps

    Daemon404:
    C:\Tools\x265>x265.exe --preset ultrafast --q 17 --input "input.y4m" --output " output.hevc" & mkvmerge.exe --default-duration 0:24fps "output.hevc" -o "F:\Temp\output.mkv"
    y4m [info]: 4096x2160 fps 25/1 i420 frames 0 - 749 of 750
    x265 [info]: HEVC encoder version 0.9+12-9f77f0228735
    x265 [info]: build info [Windows][MSVC 1700][64 bit] 8bpp
    x265 [info]: encoded 749 frames in 261.79s (2.86 fps), 524.64 kb/s, File size: 1.89 MB, Bit rate: 497 Kbps


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  13. attached some fresh compiled x265 binaries MinGW 32/64 bit 8/16bpp
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    ^
    Originally Posted by Selur
    x264_0.9+31-55981f89b398.7z
    lol Lol LOL
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  15. *gig* I even named the folder inside the 7z x264
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    I used the same 4096x2160 avi in Virtualdub to compare x264, DivX265, and all the listed x265 encoders (I also ran DivX265 through a batch file which ended up being faster than the Virtualdub file).

    X264:
    [i] VideoEnc: raw [info]: 4096x2160p 0:0 @ 24/1 fps (cfr)
    [i] VideoEnc: x264 [info]: kb/s:1105.22
    [i] VideoEnc: encoded 375 frames, 8.41 fps, 1105.22 kb/s
    File size: .......... 2.07 MB
    Overall bit rate: ... 1109 Kbps
    Bit rate: ........... 1087 Kbps
    Width: .............. 4096 pixels
    Height: ............. 2160 pixels
    Frame rate: ....... 24.000 fps

    DivX265 (version 1.2.0.24) from batch file
    C:\Tools\DivX265>DivX265.exe -i input.avi -qp 24 -aqo 2 -o output.hevc -v
    Size: ................... 4096 x 2160
    Framerate: .............. 240000/10000 (24.000)
    FourCC: ................. BGR3
    Frame count:............. 375
    Profile: ................ DivX 4K
    Encoding...
    0:00:54 Frame 375 of 375 encoded @ 6.88 fps
    Format: ................. Main@5.0, 4096x2160 1:1
    Number of coded frames .. 375
    Average speed achieved .. 6.9 fps
    Average CPU load ........ 92.1 % (4 pictures, 8 threads)
    Peak memory usage ....... 1310.945 Mb
    Average bitrate ......... 367.03 kbit/sec @ 24.000 Hz (Const QP)
    File Size: .............. 708KB

    DivX265 (version 1.2.0.24)
    [i] VideoEnc: DivX 265/HEVC Encoder (version 1.2.0.24)
    [i] VideoEnc: Profile: DivX 4K
    [i] VideoEnc: Encoding
    [i] VideoEnc: Format: ................. Main@5.0, 4096x2160 1:1
    [i] VideoEnc: Number of coded frames .. 375
    [i] VideoEnc: Total encoding time ..... 62219 ms
    [i] VideoEnc: Pure encoding time ...... 45602 ms
    [i] VideoEnc: Average time per frame .. 165.917 ms
    [i] VideoEnc: Average speed achieved .. 6.0 fps
    [i] VideoEnc: Average CPU load ........ 93.8 % (4 pictures, 8 threads)
    [i] VideoEnc: Peak memory usage ....... 1296.570 Mb
    [i] VideoEnc: Average bitrate ......... 317.37 kbit/sec @ 24.000 Hz (Const QP)
    File size: ......................................... 613 KB

    Snowfag:
    [i] VideoEnc: yuv [info]: 4096x2160 fps 24000/1000 i420 unknown frame count
    [i] VideoEnc: x265 [info]: HEVC encoder version 0.9+29-83ccf2f1453f
    [i] VideoEnc: x265 [info]: build info [Windows][GCC 4.6.3][64 bit] 8bpp
    [i] VideoEnc: encoded 375 frames in 80.23s (4.67 fps), 411.63 kb/s
    File size: .......... 795 KB
    Overall bit rate: ... 417 Kbps
    Bit rate: ........... 408 Kbps
    Width: ............. 4096 pixels
    Height: ............ 2160 pixels
    Frame rate: ...... 24.000 fps

    El_Heggunte:
    [i] VideoEnc: yuv [info]: 4096x2160 fps 24000/1000 i420 unknown frame count
    [i] VideoEnc: x265 [info]: HEVC encoder version 0.9+12-9f77f0228735
    [i] VideoEnc: x265 [info]: build info [Windows][GCC 4.8.1][64 bit] 8bpp
    [i] VideoEnc: encoded 375 frames in 82.68s (4.54 fps), 411.63 kb/s
    File size: ........... 795 KB
    Overall bit rate: .... 417 Kbps
    Bit rate: ............ 408 Kbps
    Width: .............. 4096 pixels
    Height: ............. 2160 pixels
    Frame rate: ....... 24.000 fps

    Fllear:
    [i] VideoEnc: yuv [info]: 4096x2160 fps 24000/1000 i420 unknown frame count
    [i] VideoEnc: x265 [info]: HEVC encoder version 0.9+29-83ccf2f1453ffd91
    [i] VideoEnc: x265 [info]: build info [Windows][GCC 4.8.2][64 bit] 8bpp
    [i] VideoEnc: x265 [info]: Compiling by snayper [x265.ru]
    [i] VideoEnc: encoded 375 frames in 83.29s (4.50 fps), 411.63 kb/s
    File size: .......... 795 KB
    Overall bit rate: ... 417 Kbps
    Bit rate: ........... 408 Kbps
    Width: ............. 4096 pixels
    Height: ............ 2160 pixels
    Frame rate: ...... 24.000 fps

    LigH:
    [i] VideoEnc: yuv [info]: 4096x2160 fps 24000/1000 i420 unknown frame count
    [i] VideoEnc: x265 [info]: HEVC encoder version 0.9+17-a4cb624267f3
    [i] VideoEnc: x265 [info]: build info [Windows][GCC 4.8.2][64 bit] 8bpp
    [i] VideoEnc: encoded 375 frames in 84.74s (4.43 fps), 411.63 kb/s
    File size: .......... 795 KB
    Overall bit rate: ... 417 Kbps
    Bit rate: ........... 408 Kbps
    Width: ............. 4096 pixels
    Height: ............ 2160 pixels
    Frame rate: ...... 24.000 fps

    Daemon404:
    [i] VideoEnc: yuv [info]: 4096x2160 fps 24000/1000 i420 unknown frame count
    [i] VideoEnc: x265 [info]: HEVC encoder version 0.9+29-83ccf2f1453f
    [i] VideoEnc: x265 [info]: build info [Windows][MSVC 1700][64 bit] 8bpp
    [i] VideoEnc: encoded 375 frames in 85.92s (4.36 fps), 411.63 kb/s
    File size: ........... 795 KB
    Overall bit rate: .... 417 Kbps
    Bit rate: ............ 408 Kbps
    Width: .............. 4096 pixels
    Height: ............. 2160 pixels
    Frame rate: ....... 24.000 fps

    Selur:
    [i] VideoEnc: yuv [info]: 4096x2160 fps 24000/1000 i420 unknown frame count
    [i] VideoEnc: x265 [info]: HEVC encoder version 0.9+31-55981f89b398
    [i] VideoEnc: x265 [info]: build info [Windows][GCC 4.8.2][64 bit] 8bpp
    [i] VideoEnc: encoded 375 frames in 88.05s (4.26 fps), 411.63 kb/s
    File size: ........... 795 KB
    Bit rate: ............ 408 Kbps
    Width: .............. 4096 pixels
    Height: ............. 2160 pixels
    Frame rate: ....... 24.000 fps
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    New stable-merge-release in my MediaFire folder: x265 0.9+65-2fc309678785
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    New stable-merge-release in my MediaFire folder: x265 0.9+65-2fc309678785
    Thanks!
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    Daemon404:
    C:\Tools\x265>x265.exe --preset ultrafast --q 24 --input "input.y4m" --output output.hevc" & mkvmerge.exe --default-duration 0:24fps "output.hevc" -o "F:\Temp\output.mkv"
    y4m [info]: 4096x2160 fps 25/1 i420 frames 0 - 749 of 750
    x265 [info]: HEVC encoder version 0.9+58-0b696c7f46f2
    x265 [info]: build info [Windows][GCC 4.6.3][64 bit] 8bpp
    x265 [info]: using cpu capabilities: MMX2 SSE2Fast SSSE3 Cache64 SlowShuffle
    x265 [info]: WPP streams / pool / frames : 68 / 4 / 2
    x265 [info]: Main profile, Level-5 (Main tier)
    x265 [info]: CU size : 32
    x265 [info]: Max RQT depth inter / intra : 1 / 1
    x265 [info]: ME / range / subpel / merge : dia / 25 / 0 / 2
    x265 [info]: Keyframe min / max / scenecut : 25 / 250 / 0
    x265 [info]: Lookahead / bframes / badapt : 10 / 4 / 0
    x265 [info]: b-pyramid / weightp / weightb / refs: 1 / 0 / 0 / 1
    x265 [info]: Rate Control / AQ-Strength / CUTree : CQP-24 / 0.0 / 0
    x265 [info]: tools: cfm esd rd=3 lft
    x265 [info]: frame I: 3 Avg QP:21.00 kb/s: 19569.07
    x265 [info]: frame P: 148 Avg QP:24.00 kb/s: 723.38
    x265 [info]: frame B: 599 Avg QP:25.75 kb/s: 53.50
    x265 [info]: global : 750 Avg QP:25.39 kb/s: 263.75
    x265 [info]: consecutive B-frames: 0.7% 0.0% 0.0% 0.7% 98.7%
    encoded 750 frames in 212.82s (3.52 fps), 263.75 kb/s

    File size : 980 KiB
    Bit rate : 252 Kbps
    Width : 4 096 pixels
    Height : 2 160 pixels
    Display aspect ratio : 1.896
    Frame rate mode : Constant
    Frame rate : 24.000 fps


    LigH:
    C:\Tools\x265>x265.exe --preset ultrafast --q 24 --input "input.y4m" --output output.hevc" & mkvmerge.exe --default-duration 0:24fps "output.hevc" -o "F:\Temp\output.mkv"
    y4m [info]: 4096x2160 fps 25/1 i420 frames 0 - 749 of 750
    x265 [info]: HEVC encoder version 0.9+65-2fc309678785
    x265 [info]: build info [Windows][GCC 4.8.2][64 bit] 8bpp
    x265 [info]: using cpu capabilities: MMX2 SSE2Fast SSSE3 Cache64 SlowShuffle
    x265 [info]: WPP streams / pool / frames : 68 / 4 / 2
    x265 [info]: Main profile, Level-5 (Main tier)
    x265 [info]: CU size : 32
    x265 [info]: Max RQT depth inter / intra : 1 / 1
    x265 [info]: ME / range / subpel / merge : dia / 25 / 0 / 2
    x265 [info]: Keyframe min / max / scenecut : 25 / 250 / 0
    x265 [info]: Lookahead / bframes / badapt : 10 / 4 / 0
    x265 [info]: b-pyramid / weightp / weightb / refs: 1 / 0 / 0 / 1
    x265 [info]: Rate Control / AQ-Strength / CUTree : CQP-24 / 0.0 / 0
    x265 [info]: tools: cfm esd rd=3 lft
    x265 [info]: frame I: 3 Avg QP:21.00 kb/s: 19569.07
    x265 [info]: frame P: 148 Avg QP:24.00 kb/s: 723.38
    x265 [info]: frame B: 599 Avg QP:25.75 kb/s: 53.50
    x265 [info]: global : 750 Avg QP:25.39 kb/s: 263.75
    x265 [info]: consecutive B-frames: 0.7% 0.0% 0.0% 0.7% 98.7%
    encoded 750 frames in 215.00s (3.49 fps), 263.75 kb/s

    File size : 980 KiB
    Bit rate : 252 Kbps
    Width : 4 096 pixels
    Height : 2 160 pixels
    Display aspect ratio : 1.896
    Frame rate mode : Constant
    Frame rate : 24.000 fps


    Snowfag:
    C:\Tools\x265>x265.exe --preset ultrafast --q 24 --input "input.y4m" --output output.hevc" & mkvmerge.exe --default-duration 0:24fps "output.hevc" -o "F:\Temp\output.mkv"
    y4m [info]: 4096x2160 fps 25/1 i420 frames 0 - 749 of 750
    x265 [info]: HEVC encoder version 0.9+58-0b696c7f46f2
    x265 [info]: build info [Windows][GCC 4.6.3][64 bit] 8bpp
    x265 [info]: using cpu capabilities: MMX2 SSE2Fast SSSE3 Cache64 SlowShuffle
    x265 [info]: WPP streams / pool / frames : 68 / 4 / 2
    x265 [info]: Main profile, Level-5 (Main tier)
    x265 [info]: CU size : 32
    x265 [info]: Max RQT depth inter / intra : 1 / 1
    x265 [info]: ME / range / subpel / merge : dia / 25 / 0 / 2
    x265 [info]: Keyframe min / max / scenecut : 25 / 250 / 0
    x265 [info]: Lookahead / bframes / badapt : 10 / 4 / 0
    x265 [info]: b-pyramid / weightp / weightb / refs: 1 / 0 / 0 / 1
    x265 [info]: Rate Control / AQ-Strength / CUTree : CQP-24 / 0.0 / 0
    x265 [info]: tools: cfm esd rd=3 lft
    x265 [info]: frame I: 3 Avg QP:21.00 kb/s: 19569.07
    x265 [info]: frame P: 148 Avg QP:24.00 kb/s: 723.38
    x265 [info]: frame B: 599 Avg QP:25.75 kb/s: 53.50
    x265 [info]: global : 750 Avg QP:25.39 kb/s: 263.75
    x265 [info]: consecutive B-frames: 0.7% 0.0% 0.0% 0.7% 98.7%
    encoded 750 frames in 216.66s (3.46 fps), 263.75 kb/s

    File size : 980 KiB
    Bit rate : 252 Kbps
    Width : 4 096 pixels
    Height : 2 160 pixels
    Display aspect ratio : 1.896
    Frame rate mode : Constant
    Frame rate : 24.000 fps


    Fllear:
    C:\Tools\x265>x265.exe --preset ultrafast --q 24 --input "input.y4m" --output output.hevc" & mkvmerge.exe --default-duration 0:24fps "output.hevc" -o "F:\Temp\Fllear.mkv"
    y4m [info]: 4096x2160 fps 25/1 i420 frames 0 - 749 of 750
    x265 [info]: HEVC encoder version 0.9+53-1cf67a7b362d24d2
    x265 [info]: build info [Windows][GCC 4.8.2][64 bit] 8bpp
    x265 [info]: Compiling by snayper [x265.ru]
    x265 [info]: using cpu capabilities: MMX2 SSE2Fast SSSE3 Cache64 SlowShuffle
    x265 [info]: WPP streams / pool / frames : 68 / 4 / 2
    x265 [info]: Main profile, Level-5 (Main tier)
    x265 [info]: CU size : 32
    x265 [info]: Max RQT depth inter / intra : 1 / 1
    x265 [info]: ME / range / subpel / merge : dia / 25 / 0 / 2
    x265 [info]: Keyframe min / max / scenecut : 25 / 250 / 0
    x265 [info]: Lookahead / bframes / badapt : 10 / 4 / 0
    x265 [info]: b-pyramid / weightp / weightb / refs: 1 / 0 / 0 / 1
    x265 [info]: Rate Control / AQ-Strength / CUTree : CQP-24 / 0.0 / 0
    x265 [info]: tools: cfm esd rd=3 lft
    x265 [info]: frame I: 3 Avg QP:21.00 kb/s: 19569.07
    x265 [info]: frame P: 148 Avg QP:24.00 kb/s: 723.38
    x265 [info]: frame B: 599 Avg QP:25.75 kb/s: 53.50
    x265 [info]: global : 750 Avg QP:25.39 kb/s: 263.75
    x265 [info]: consecutive B-frames: 0.7% 0.0% 0.0% 0.7% 98.7%
    encoded 750 frames in 221.34s (3.39 fps), 263.75 kb/s

    File size : 980 KiBs
    Bit rate : 252 Kbps
    Width : 4 096 pixels
    Height : 2 160 pixels
    Display aspect ratio : 1.896
    Frame rate mode : Constant
    Frame rate : 24.000 fps
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    @ DarrellS:

    Please don't waste time with speed comparisons.

    What is it good for? -- Absolutely nothing.
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    i would prefer to be informed when there is an increased encoding speed from a previous build, or when it drops down for some unknown reason.
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    Originally Posted by vhelp View Post
    i would prefer to be informed when there is an increased encoding speed from a previous build, or when it drops down for some unknown reason.
    And it looks like we had a speed decrease with the last build. I've also noticed that the older versions of GCC seem to build faster builds than newer ones.

    I'm still waiting for x265 to offer the same encoding speeds as DivX265. Running Windows 7 has me running out of memory or close to it since it takes over 1 GB of memory just to run Windows 7. Windows XP seems a lot more efficient at 3.7 GB of memory than Windows 7 at 4 GB. This computer seems to run like a snail since I've installed Windows 7 and I've tried all the tricks I can find to try and make it faster but it hasn't helped. I'm assuming that I need as much memory as this board will allow to run Windows 7 and that is 8 GB of DDR2 PC8500.

    It's hard to see this being a serious contender to x264 unless all you see is people using it to encode 1080p at lower file sizes for file sharing websites. Most of us are not going to have 100" (or bigger) TVs to watch our movies on so 1080p will be just fine for most of us.

    Speed is still more important to most folks as long as the quality is acceptable. Studios will be the biggest users of x265. Videophiles who have to have the latest and greatest of everything and animators who usually need higher resolutions to look good. Try watching Elephant's Dream, Cars or Barnyard in 720p or lower.
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    There may be speed differences between different source revisions, as the code develops.

    But I don't want my builds being compared with builds of the same revision compiled by other people. I do nothing to increase or decrease it, so I do not want to hear complaints that "LigH's builds are faster or slower than others".

    Furthermore, preset "ultrafast" is the least useful for speed comparisons. The speed of reading the source video from the harddisk (if you use YUV/Y4M files) has the biggest influence when the encoder takes the least time.
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    Furthermore, preset "ultrafast" is the least useful for speed comparisons. The speed of reading the source video from the harddisk (if you use YUV/Y4M files) has the biggest influence when the encoder takes the least time.
    The Ultrafast preset is the only preset you can use that will give you faster encodes than .1 or .01 fps. DivX265 will not encode 4K resolution at it's fastest preset but at it's faster preset and is still almost twice as fast as x265 at it's fastest preset.

    I'll start averaging the x265 encodes and comparing the average with DivX265 and x264. I was going to do that this time I figured in ten months time that we would see a lot better increase in speed than we've seen. Seems like January or February that it reached it's peak
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    Hello!
    What is the minimum block size when working / encoding an image?
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    Waited long enough; time for a new upload: 0.9+126-4f7658b3c78a
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    And next: 1.0+4-d72770a77ff8

    This patch introduced a make target "clean-generated". What is it good for? I hoped it would not need to compile each and every source again (what the purpose of a make utility should be), now that I don't need to delete all files like in "make clean". But no, it took the same time.
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  28. Originally Posted by LigH.de View Post
    And next: 1.0+4-d72770a77ff8
    Thanks!
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  30. Originally Posted by Marchand View Post
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    Wrong thread, those are not MinGW builds.
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