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    Hexus HandBrake 0.9.9 charts - now with added OpenCL and Quick Sync

    Let see how various CPUs do at HandBrake video encoding!

    The previous 0.9.6 thread petered out since it seems that version had issues with CPU utilisation.

    Hopefully,this version will not!


    HandBrake 0.9.9 needs to be used:

    http://handbrake.fr/downloads.php

    Videos to encode:

    1.)Tron:Legacy 1080p trailer

    http://www.chip.de/downloads/HD-Trai..._37505058.html

    296.6MB MOV file

    2.)Splice 1080p trailer

    http://pdl.warnerbros.com/wbmovies/s...lr_1_1080P.wmv

    336MB WMV file

    3.)Big Buck Bunny 1080p

    http://www.bigbuckbunny.org/index.php/download/

    886MB MP4 file

    Operating system: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7

    Conditions: Regular preset(Normal) and High preset

    Output file type: MKV

    You will find average FPS during the encode in the encode log(activity windows). The total time for the encode can also be worked out too.

    Also state what system specifications you are using,how many CPU threads are being used and the graphics card you are using. I need to know the OS version too.

    You will need two sets of data:
    1.)Just with the CPU only
    2.)With OpenCL enabled and/or Quick Sync. Both are in beta ATM,so you will need to note what version of the beta is.

    Also,you will need to note down the file sizes too. It will be interesting to see if the file sizes and quality are the same when compared to the CPU only encodes.

    Make sure you set HandBreak priority to high in the Tools menu and shut down programmes like Steam,Word and Firefox.

    Edit!!

    There seems to be a utility to close down any unnecessary processes!!

    Quote Originally Posted by shakerist View Post
    You could use Smart Close to get a small fps increase , it ends all non critical processes and services automatically, of course you can add exceptions
    http://download.cnet.com/SmartClose/...ml?tag=mncol;5
    Second Edit!!

    It appears OpenCL is only used for downsizing video ATM:

    https://trac.handbrake.fr/milestone/OpenCL%20Beta

    It is still not used for actual encoding!!

    However,the Quick Sync enabled version does:

    https://trac.handbrake.fr/milestone/QuickSync%20Beta
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    CPU only encode

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    Re: Hexus HandBrake 0.9.9 charts - now with added OpenCL

    It seems OpenCL support is in Beta ATM and so is Quick Sync support(thanks for AETAaAS for the heads up).


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    Re: Hexus HandBrake 0.9.9 charts - now with added OpenCL and Quick Sync

    0.9.9.5470 64bit - Normal Profile
    Bunny - 69.34 AVG FPS - 314,616 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]
    Splice - 48.33 AVG FPS - 144,685 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]
    Tron - 63.98 AVG FPS - 87,687 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]

    svn5476 (Nightly Build) 64bit - Normal Profile Intel QuickSync Off Intel VGA driver 9.17.10.2932
    Bunny - 70.92 AVG FPS - 314,616 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]
    Splice - 48.21 AVG FPS - 144,670 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]
    Tron - 65.18 AVG FPS - 87,687 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]

    svn5476 (Nightly Build) 64bit - Normal Profile Intel QuickSync On Intel VGA driver 9.17.10.2932
    Bunny - 118.33 AVG FPS - 454,639 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]
    Splice - 71.34 AVG FPS - 177,844 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]
    Tron - 168.87 AVG FPS - 88,647 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]

    svn5476 (Nightly Build) 64bit - High Profile Intel QuickSync Off Intel VGA driver 9.17.10.2932
    Bunny - 21.61 AVG FPS - 377,586 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]
    Splice - 14.57 AVG FPS - 180,948 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]
    Tron - 20.93 AVG FPS - 90,518 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]

    svn5476 (Nightly Build) 64bit - High Profile Intel QuickSync On Intel VGA driver 9.17.10.2932
    Bunny - 85.63 AVG FPS - 478,846 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]
    Splice - 58.94 AVG FPS - 183,674 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]
    Tron - 168.56 AVG FPS - 88,985 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]

    svn5476 (Nightly Build) 64bit - Intel QuickSync Demo Profile Intel VGA driver 9.17.10.2932
    Bunny - 115.14 AVG FPS - 438,446 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]
    Splice - 69.87 AVG FPS - 171,732 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]
    Tron - 158.33 AVG FPS - 84,879 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]

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    Re: Hexus HandBrake 0.9.9 charts - now with added OpenCL and Quick Sync

    AMD Phenom X6 1090T @ 3.7GHZ 6 Thread. 8GB CL9 1600mhz DDR3 , windows 7 64bit . input Crucial M4 128GB SSD , output WD 1.5TB HDD.

    Bunny - work: average encoding speed for job is 81.941429 fps (379,265,413 bytes)
    Splice - work: average encoding speed for job is 60.161194 fps (148,537,533 bytes)
    Tron - work: average encoding speed for job is 80.646996 fps (89,838,10 bytes)


    edit:

    trying to work out how to use my video card

    btw shutting stuff down does make a difference!




    High Preset:


    Bunny - work: average encoding speed for job is 25.319279 fps (445,029,066 bytes)
    Splice - work: average encoding speed for job is 17.627739 fps (185,279,866 bytes)
    Tron - work: average encoding speed for job is 25.178062 fps (92,740,846 bytes)
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    Re: Hexus HandBrake 0.9.9 charts - now with added OpenCL and Quick Sync

    Quote Originally Posted by HalloweenJack View Post
    AMD Phenom X6 1090T @ 3.7GHZ 6 Thread. 8GB CL9 1600mhz DDR3 , windows 7 64bit . input Crucial M4 128GB SSD , output WD 1.5TB HDD.

    Bunny - work: average encoding speed for job is 81.941429 fps
    Splice - work: average encoding speed for job is 58.464066 fps
    Tron - work: average encoding speed for job is 80.646996 fp
    Is it possible you can have post the files sizes too??


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    Re: Hexus HandBrake 0.9.9 charts - now with added OpenCL and Quick Sync

    Is it possible any of you can run the high preset too?

    Hardware:
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    8GB DDR3

    0.9.9.5470 64bit

    Tron:
    High preset:20.77 FPS,90518KB
    Regular preset:64.49 FPS,87867KB

    Input/Output: Kingston HyperX 3K 120GB.
    Last edited by CAT-THE-FIFTH; 30-05-2013 at 12:47 PM.


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    Re: Hexus HandBrake 0.9.9 charts - now with added OpenCL and Quick Sync

    It appears OpenCL is only used for downsizing video ATM:

    https://trac.handbrake.fr/milestone/OpenCL%20Beta

    It is still not used for actual encoding!!

    However,the Quick Sync enabled version does:

    https://trac.handbrake.fr/milestone/QuickSync%20Beta


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    Re: Hexus HandBrake 0.9.9 charts - now with added OpenCL and Quick Sync

    I have been following the 0.9.5 thread and the 0.9.6 thread and I have seen mention of an updated chart but I have yet to find it.
    Now that we are starting 0.9.9 is the a chart that shows the scores up to this point?
    Going to upgrade and since encoding blurays a on high profile preset is all this will do I would love to see what's my best option
    From research it's looks like the 3930k or 4770k. Although I prefer the price of the 4770k. Lol

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    Re: Hexus HandBrake 0.9.9 charts - now with added OpenCL and Quick Sync

    Or even the 4570k if it shows it can keep up overclocked.

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    Re: Hexus HandBrake 0.9.9 charts - now with added OpenCL and Quick Sync

    Update with new hardware:

    svn5476 (Nightly Build) 64bit - Normal Profile Intel QuickSync Off Intel VGA driver 9.18.10.3165
    Bunny - 80.91 AVG FPS - 314,616 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]
    Splice - 56.13 AVG FPS - 144,706 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]
    Tron - 73.20 AVG FPS - 87,687 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]

    svn5476 (Nightly Build) 64bit - Normal Profile Intel QuickSync On Intel VGA driver 9.18.10.3165
    Bunny - 105.60 AVG FPS - 474,331 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]
    Splice - 83.35 AVG FPS - 201,735 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]
    Tron - 128.81 AVG FPS - 100,454 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]

    svn5476 (Nightly Build) 64bit - High Profile Intel QuickSync Off Intel VGA driver 9.18.10.3165
    Bunny - 24.78 AVG FPS - 377,586 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]
    Splice - 16.77 AVG FPS - 180,948 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]
    Tron - 24.16 AVG FPS - 90,518 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]

    svn5476 (Nightly Build) 64bit - High Profile Intel QuickSync On Intel VGA driver 9.18.10.3165
    Bunny - 98.50 AVG FPS - 496,459 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]
    Splice - 69.99 AVG FPS - 206,372 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]
    Tron - 127.96 AVG FPS - 99,342 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]

    svn5476 (Nightly Build) 64bit - Intel QuickSync Demo Profile Intel VGA driver 9.18.10.3165
    Bunny - 105.61 AVG FPS - 455,590 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]
    Splice - 82.07 AVG FPS - 194,436 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]
    Tron - 126 AVG FPS - 95,236 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]

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    Re: Hexus HandBrake 0.9.9 charts - now with added OpenCL and Quick Sync

    Testing out my 'new' CPU (eBay purchase):

    HandBrake 0.9.9.5530 - 64bit Version
    OS: Microsoft Windows NT 6.2.9200.0
    CPU: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU L5639 @ 2.13GHz
    Ram: 24574 MB

    ...that's Windows 8 with a 6 core / 12 thread Westmere Xeon, running at a BLCK of 200MHz (3.6GHz during the Handbrake test)

    Bunny - normal: average encoding speed for job is 117.330116, output file is 375,262 KB (366 MB / 384,267,553 bytes)
    Splice - normal: average encoding speed for job is 67.546616 fps, output file is 145,089 KB (141 MB / 148,570,174 bytes)
    Tron - normal: average encoding speed for job is 113.673218 fps, output file is 88,072 KB (86.0 MB / 90,185,320 bytes)

    Bunny - high profile: average encoding speed for job is 36.334896, output file is 441,017 KB (430 MB / 451,601,197 bytes)
    Splice - high profile: average encoding speed for job is 25.417004 fps, output is 181,575 KB (177 MB / 185,932,134 bytes)
    Tron - high profile: average encoding speed for job is 35.944454 fps, output file is 90,959 KB (88.8 MB / 93,141,798 bytes)

    (no quick sync - CPU doesn't support it - or open CL as I'm not using the beta)
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    Re: Hexus HandBrake 0.9.9 charts - now with added OpenCL and Quick Sync

    New tests with different PC:

    svn5476 (Nightly Build) 64bit - Normal Profile OpenCL Off AMD VGA driver 13.152.1.8000
    Bunny - 52.48 AVG FPS - 314,616 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]
    Splice - 37.56 AVG FPS - 144,685 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]
    Tron - 49.30 AVG FPS - 87,687 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]

    svn5476 (Nightly Build) 64bit - High Profile OpenCL Off AMD VGA driver 13.152.1.8000
    Bunny - 17.04 AVG FPS - 377,591 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]
    Splice - 11.35 AVG FPS - 180,948 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]
    Tron - 16.39 AVG FPS - 90,518 KB [NTFS, default allocation unit size]

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    Re: Hexus HandBrake 0.9.9 charts - now with added OpenCL and Quick Sync

    HandBrake 0.9.9.5530 - 64bit Version
    OS: Microsoft Windows NT 6.1.7600.0
    CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3 CPU 540 @ 3.07GHz
    Ram: 8119 MB, Screen: 1920x1080
    GPU is GTX460SOC (custom pre-overclocked card to approx GTX470 levels)
    No QuickSync - CPU too old, and don't think it made any use of open GL)

    Config 1: handbrake installed to HDD, files saved on and to HDD

    Normal:

    4CPUs detected - resource monitor shows all 4 CPUs hitting 100%, RAM usage 26%

    BigBunny average encoding speed 34.465054 fps, output file 359 MB (377,424,304 bytes)
    Splice average encoding speed 24.650293 fps, output file 141 MB (148,152,320 bytes)
    Tron Trailer average encoding speed 32.818516 fps, output file 85.6 MB (89,788,416 bytes)

    High Profile:

    4CPUs detected - resource monitor shows all 4 CPUs hitting 100%, RAM usage 31%

    BigBunny average encoding speed 10.149879 fps, output file 424 MB (444,838,063 bytes)
    Splice average encoding speed 7.114626 fps, output file 176 MB (185,290,404 bytes)
    Tron Trailer average encoding speed 10.178569 fps, output file 88.3 MB (92,676,096 bytes)

    Config 2: handbrake installed to HDD, files saved on and to SSD

    Normal:

    4CPUs detected - resource monitor shows all 4 CPUs hitting 100%, RAM usage 27%

    BigBunny average encoding speed 34.256489 fps, output file 359 MB (377,424,304 bytes)
    Splice average encoding speed 24.493715 fps, output file 141 MB (148,156,587 bytes)
    Tron Trailer average encoding speed 32.559467 fps, output file 85.6 MB (89,792,512 bytes)

    Config 3: handbrake installed to SSD, files saved on and to SSD

    Normal:

    4CPUs detected - resource monitor shows all 4 CPUs hitting 100%, RAM usage 29%

    BigBunny average encoding speed 34.485416 fps, output file 359 MB (377,424,304 bytes)
    Splice average encoding speed 24.481623 fps, output file 141 MB (148,178,674 bytes)
    Tron Trailer average encoding speed 32.970211 fps, output file 85.6 MB (89,792,512 bytes)

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    Re: Hexus HandBrake 0.9.9 charts - now with added OpenCL and Quick Sync

    A rather definitive answer that the source and target storage doesn't really make a difference.

    If I will have some down time, will do a test with having the target storage a USB 2.0 key. Still don't think that will be a bottleneck.

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