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  1. Originally Posted by lordsmurf View Post
    So .... the main benefit of 10-bit is to better see forehead pimples?

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    Maybe you should have chosen a rhetorical smiley.
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  2. Better compression and I noticed I got fewer artifacts. I did some test encodes with NVENC H265. Still doesn't beat x264 medium imo though. I have a GTX1070 card. The newer RTX 20 and RTX 30 series cards may be a different story.
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    Originally Posted by hello_hello View Post
    Originally Posted by lordsmurf View Post
    So .... the main benefit of 10-bit is to better see forehead pimples?

    RE: post#2 above.
    Maybe you should have chosen a rhetorical smiley.
    We need more smileys. We had many more in the 2000s.

    I just find it odd. "Look how clear her pimples are with 10-bit!" ... and so we all want 8-bit instead.
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    The only problem with 10-bit H264 is that none of the hardware decoders, or none that I know of supported 10-bit decoding. So you were stuck with software decoding, and 10-bit software decoding took more power than the 8-bit. With H265 they seem to have had 10-bit in mind from the start.
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