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    Why Quicksync isn't being used for all encodes

    So, for what it's worth, I downloaded Handbrake and encoded the same file, with the Fast 480p preset and QSV turned on, and it's quicksync encoder implementation worked just fine. Dunno why VideoReDo isn't.
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    Why Quicksync isn't being used for all encodes

    Here's what is seen in Task Manager during the two different encoders:
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    Why Quicksync isn't being used for all encodes

    Example log entries when using Quicksync: 2019-02-07 17:53:37 IntelVideoEncoder, Implementation: Hardware via 'D3D9' (514), Version: 1.25 2019-02-07 17:53:37 >>> Video Buffer: Predecoding load, start:-1, end:43, count: 44, End videoPTS: 1601.40 Example log entries when using software...
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    Why Quicksync isn't being used for all encodes

    Aside from encoding speed, you will see less CPU usage and more GPU usage in task manager if the quicksync is being used, and conversely, you will see more CPU usage and near zero GPU usage if the software encoder is being used. You can also see in the log files.
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    Why Quicksync isn't being used for all encodes

    Hi there, Long time user, first time poster... Running latest VRDTS5 on an i5-6200u (Skylake). If I open a .tivo file downloaded from my Premiere and re-save it with VRD5, the Quicksync encoder fires up just fine, and things run super fast, and in Task Manager I see relatively low CPU usage...
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