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    Re: Hexus HandBrake charts - who has the greatest multi-threaded POWER!!??

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    Re: Hexus HandBrake charts - who has the greatest multi-threaded POWER!!??

    So, Handbrake 0.10.2 eh? Blimey I am out of date, anyone benched it?

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    Re: Hexus HandBrake charts - who has the greatest multi-threaded POWER!!??

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    So, Handbrake 0.10.2 eh? Blimey I am out of date, anyone benched it?
    We could restart the bench thread but would need someone to have a Google spreadsheet open so people can edit it. Lack of time kind of scuppered the last effort!


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    Re: Hexus HandBrake charts - who has the greatest multi-threaded POWER!!??

    I'm up for running through some benchmarks again. Maybe we should have another go at picking a few videos, trying to find a combination between high/low resulution and different types of content.

    As I think I said in the past, a wide range of benchmarks would be even better but would be off-putting unless we can come up with a scripted way of doing it.

    Scaling videos would be another thing we could test but I imagine the CPU overhead of decoding is relatively minor, so 1080>720 vs 720>720 probably wouldn't be much different in terms of performance.

    A Google Spreadsheet is a good idea, but maybe with white-listed editors rather than a public one to prevent trolling, obviously.

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    Re: Hexus HandBrake charts - who has the greatest multi-threaded POWER!!??

    I wouldn't mind mind hopping on the bench-wagon, the first one was a little before my membership here.

    I'd also be happy to be part of the editing team.
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    Re: Hexus HandBrake charts - who has the greatest multi-threaded POWER!!??

    OK, so...

    Video ideas?

    Big Buck Bunny is an obvious choice as it's a decent length and freely available. There are a couple of other similar projects but IMO we're best trying to find a mix of different content types i.e. film/animation.

    As for settings, simpler is of course better but Handbrake's default 'normal' profile isn't something I'd normally want to use as it has some non-ideal x264 settings, but again adding too many changes could put people off. It's another area some sort of scripting could help massively, but would take a fair amount of work to set up.

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    Re: Hexus HandBrake charts - who has the greatest multi-threaded POWER!!??

    Does handbrake have a command-line interface? If so, setting the options should just be a case of creating a batch file with the appropriate switches attached, no? Might even be possible to pre-package the Handbrake installer, video files and batch file to run the benchmark ... will have a ponder and see if I can come up with something....

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    Re: Hexus HandBrake charts - who has the greatest multi-threaded POWER!!??

    Yeah Handbrake does have a CLI. My only concern with packaging stuff is potential licensing issues. I don't think there'd be a problem with Handbrake itself, but we'd have to be careful to choose videos which are freely re-distributable. Not to mention finding somewhere to host it all.

    Alternatively, we could include something like wget/curl and script the downloads too!

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    Hexus HandBrake charts who has the greatest multi threaded POWER

    What are the lsit of software you think are important which need to be installed after installation of windows vista?

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    Re: Hexus HandBrake charts who has the greatest multi threaded POWER

    Quote Originally Posted by Carpi View Post
    What are the lsit of software you think are important which need to be installed after installation of windows vista?
    Windows 10, or linux.

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