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  • QuickSync/NVidia Encode Times Normal?

    I was just wondering if someone would know if the following is a typical/reasonable result given my new system's hardware specs (*see below) ...

    Rendering a ~3min h.265/HEVC 59.94, 3840x2160 MP4 from the timeline (no filters or effects) took the following times to render out:
    1. Hardware Encoder (QuickSync): 2m 10s
    2. Nvidia GPU Encoder: 2m 5s
    3. Software Encoder: 2m 42s

    Are these decent times? It certainly is faster than my old machine (of course) but I feel like they are lackluster, as I thought I have seen people with much older builds encoding a similar 3-minute clip in a third of the time (like around 1 minute to encode.) Also, not a huge difference between the two HW encodes and the SW encode.

    Any insight would be greatly appreciated.


    * System Specs:
    CPU: Intel Core i9-13900k (5.8Ghz) (E-cores DISABLED)
    Mboard: MSI MPG Z690 Carbon
    Memory: 128GB G.Skill Trident Z5 DDR5 (5600) SDRAM
    GPU: Nvidia GTX 3070ti (8GB)
    Drives: 3x Dedicated Gen 4 NVMe drives (#1 OS/Programs, Forum Pagefile/Scratch Disk, and Blogs Video Work Drive) + multiple SSD Project Drives, etc.
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    Last edited by OneQuickSix; 01-21-2023, 02:40 AM. Reason: bold
    MAIN SYSTEM: Asus P8Z68 DELUXE, Core i-7 2600k @ 4.6Mhz (stable), 32gb DDR3 1600 (1833 oc) Vengence RAM, 512gb SSD (OS and Apps Only), 256gb SSD Scratch Disk, 2TB Caviar Black SATA3 RAID Video Drive, Nvidia GTX 970 (oc'd), Windows 7 PRO 64-bit, all in a customized HAF-X case ... complete with holographic logo. [Air cooled into the low teens idle, 49c under heavy sustained oc'd load.] Dual 19" displays with 32" video monitor. ShuttlePRO.

  • #2
    If you could provide a sample file for us to test via wetransfer then youd have a idea how it compares to other pc configurations, just a 30 sec testclip would do, as long as its a clip straight from the card

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    • #3
      Very interested in the outcome!
      Asus Prime X299-A - Intel i9 7900x all cores @4.3GHz 2 cores @4.5GHz - 32GB RAM - NVidia GTX1070 - Edius 9 WG - BM Intensity 4k - Boris RED - Vitascene 2 - Windows 10

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      • #4
        I'll have to locate a smaller one that is around that length, but as soon as I can I will post the link here. Thanks!
        MAIN SYSTEM: Asus P8Z68 DELUXE, Core i-7 2600k @ 4.6Mhz (stable), 32gb DDR3 1600 (1833 oc) Vengence RAM, 512gb SSD (OS and Apps Only), 256gb SSD Scratch Disk, 2TB Caviar Black SATA3 RAID Video Drive, Nvidia GTX 970 (oc'd), Windows 7 PRO 64-bit, all in a customized HAF-X case ... complete with holographic logo. [Air cooled into the low teens idle, 49c under heavy sustained oc'd load.] Dual 19" displays with 32" video monitor. ShuttlePRO.

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        • #5
          Or just point your camera towards the ceiling, floor or anything random outside and let it record a few seconds, the content doesnt matter for the test, only the codec does. We can always duplicate that clip several times to get a 3min clip for a exporttest. Its also important to include your project and exportsettings
          Last edited by noafilm; 01-21-2023, 08:14 AM.

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