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  1. Intel has said that their y series Kaby Lake processors will be able to encode 4k30 in hevc in real time. The fastest y series processor is 1.3ghz, the entry level is 1.0 ghz. These will be released before the end of the year. I am very curious to see if the kaby lake desktop processors will be able to do 4k60 in hevc in real time.
    http://www.pcmag.com/news/347429/intel-unveils-kaby-lake-processor-details
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  2. Originally Posted by ezcapper View Post
    Intel has said that their y series Kaby Lake processors will be able to encode 4k30 in hevc in real time. The fastest y series processor is 1.3ghz, the entry level is 1.0 ghz. These will be released before the end of the year. I am very curious to see if the kaby lake desktop processors will be able to do 4k60 in hevc in real time.
    http://www.pcmag.com/news/347429/intel-unveils-kaby-lake-processor-details
    Go for Xilinx Zynq FPGA - there is HEVC encoder/decoder there + 2 ARM core + bunch of gates...
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  3. Good for them /sarc. Smartphones have been able to encode h.265 4K in realtime since idk circa 2014. Hardware encoding on a PC is stupid, and PC's are dead.
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    Originally Posted by SameSelf View Post
    Good for them /sarc. Smartphones have been able to encode h.265 4K in realtime since idk circa 2014. Hardware encoding on a PC is stupid, and PC's are dead.
    Because all h.265 videos have the same level of quality/compression. /sarc
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  5. Originally Posted by SameSelf View Post
    Hardware encoding on a PC is stupid, and PC's are dead.

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    I agree, the PCs are dead, only use mainframes FTW

    For the notes, this was the first type of computer I used:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IBM_System/3

    and the second type was this one:

    http://www.retrocomputingtasmania.com/home/projects/burroughs-b6700-mainframe
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