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I have windows 10 to 64 bit, a Gefroce 970 GTX video card, and Mediacoder: version 0.8.49 build 5890 (Premium).
I was going to change the video card, with a 1000 series (Pascal).
Because, my video card is not able to use NVENC and encode to "main10" and 10 bit color.
I wanted to know if with a 1000 series. I could make encoding from UHD source via NVENC, without any problem.
Using the "Main 10" profile, 10 bit colours and also having the ability to keep HDR instructions.
I have read that the 1060 GTX video card has a lower CUDA CORE, but a higher clock than the 970 GTX.
Which of the two parameters is most important to make the rip more quickly?
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But, I want to do some tests with "NVENC" to speed up coding times.
My video card (geforce 970 gtx) does not support HEVC (with nvenc) encodings, with "main 10" profile and 10 bit color (which are used for UHD sources).
But only with "Main" profile and 8 bit color! With the result of having "no good", colors.
To make encodings with NVENC and the "main 10" profile and 10 bit color. I should buy a new video card ("1000" pascal series).
I wanted to know if it was possible to save the HDR instructions and the 10 bit color, via an AVISYNTH script. Without having to buy a new video card!
For coding through NVENC in "HEVC Main10 10 bit", should I buy a GEFORCE 1000 series (Pascal), video card?
If I wanted to keep HDR coding instructions, with MEDIACODER, how can I do it?
To keep HDR (SMPTE ST 2084) instructions with coding, i only need to purchase a GEFORCE 1000 series, or do you not allow the program?