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Old 04-15-2012, 03:26 PM   #1
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Hardware acceleration with HD IGP 4000 ver.6.07 possible ?
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Old 04-15-2012, 04:09 PM   #2
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I read a test about Ivy Bridge & another software (I think it was the PowerDirector Suite)!
The test brought up that Ivy Bridge will work with software supporting Quicksync.
But the general test-verdict said also, as long as the support has not been optimized for Quicksync 2.0 it works slower than with Quicksync 1.0!

I don't know if EDIUS will support Quicksync 2.0!
But I would expect that GV will support it in future releases!
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Old 04-18-2012, 02:39 PM   #3
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Ivy Bridge releasing on Monday,
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Old 04-22-2012, 01:25 AM   #4
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MMM, better wait a few more days then hey. I was just about to build a Sandy Bridge setup.

Sill using the old Q6600 chip here, EDIUS cuts up HDV and Canon Mov's with ease. Done tons of edits with it now.
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Old 04-22-2012, 11:38 AM   #5
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I have been searching on the internet to find a clear discription of what and when the various Ivy Bridge cpu's will be released.

I want to build a new system for Edius use. My goal will be to have the fastest/best system to edit and work with 1080p and 720p and export out to 720p.

Do you think I should wait on the six or eight core Ivy Bridge or buy a 2600k with quiksync now?
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Old 04-22-2012, 11:50 AM   #6
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I have been searching on the internet to find a clear discription of what and when the various Ivy Bridge cpu's will be released.

I want to build a new system for Edius use. My goal will be to have the fastest/best system to edit and work with 1080p and 720p and export out to 720p.

Do you think I should wait on the six or eight core Ivy Bridge or buy a 2600k with quiksync now?
Do you really need QuickSync? If not look for a socket 2011 (chipset: X79) system with a i7-3930K CPU.

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Old 04-22-2012, 12:27 PM   #7
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Do you really need QuickSync? If not look for a socket 2011 (chipset: X79) system with a i7-3930K CPU.
I thought that when exporting to h.264 that quiksync was the best solution?

Someone must have done a comparison as to times with the same file????

Where could one look for such a comparision?
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I thought that when exporting to h.264 that quiksync was the best solution?

Someone must have done a comparison as to times with the same file????

Where could one look for such a comparision?
You are absolutely right that QuickSync gives you the fastest possible rendering times when outputting H.264. But you didn't specify your output codec in your previous post ;-)
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Sorry about that!
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Old 04-22-2012, 04:00 PM   #10
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I separate the two chipsets into what type of computing you need.

1. Z68-Z77
Quicksync: Benefit is extremely fast H.264 encoding
Downside: PCI-E lanes are limited so loading peripherals that require internal
cards, items that require dual 16x bandwidth etc. could become
an issue.
2. X79: This is the platform for a major workstation. Multiple cards are possible
6 core chips, much more flexibility in it's use. It will take much longer to do
an h.264 encoding project as compared to quicksync.
However, an mpeg2 project will be very comparable with the 12 threads
running full bore.

3. Xeon: these are generally used for server systems, but can work quite well in a single chip environment. Much more expensive due to cache etc.

Now all you have to do is decide what and how the system is to be used.
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