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  • Thu, Oct 5 2006 12:59 PM In reply to

    • DStone
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    Re: And here is the interesting part, nvidia vs ati

    I'm working on getting that information myself.
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  • Thu, Oct 5 2006 1:45 PM In reply to

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    Re: And here is the interesting part, nvidia vs ati

    Did some OC, didn¨t happen so much, same percent in the show stoppers

    Have tested both the origin catalyst driver included with the card and the newest catalyst version, makes no difference

    --- General features ---
    Requested API:  Automatic
    Graphics card driver: Newer than qualified!
    HW TV Out:  Yes
    Free video Memory: 507MB
    Max Texture Size:     4096,4096
    PShader Version:       3.00 (Effects&ColorConversion)
    VShader Version:       3.00

    --- Special features ---
    Anisotropic filtering: up to x16
    Seperate alpha blender: Yes in Hardware

    --- Configurations ---
    Resolution:  NTSC PAL 720p 1080i 1080p
    Render API used:      DX9 DX9 DX9 DX9 DX9
    3D Hardware used:    Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
    YUY2 AUX Buffers:    30 30 30 28 28
    RGBA AUX Buffers:    20 20 20 18 18
    Recursive Buffers:    8 8 8 8 8
    Output Buffers:  15 15 15 13 13
    2x RGBA streams(fps): 1264(rt) 1184(rt) 63(rt) 211(rt) ----
    2x YUV streams(fps): 1739(rt) 1337(rt) 370(rt) 306(rt) ----
    4x YUV streams(fps): 877(rt) 697(rt) 203(rt) 160(rt) ----

    Moviebox Deluxe:     realtime (726fps)

    --- Test results ---
    Passed:      70
    ShowStoppers:   4 (14 ,30 ,64 ,78 )
    Warnings:      4 (16 ,33 ,34 ,63 )

    __________________________________Detailed Report_________________________________________


    AppVersion: Check3D - V2.1.0.4 started.
    System    : 2 CPUs found
    Date&Time : 10/06/2006 14:33

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  • Fri, Oct 6 2006 5:54 PM In reply to

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    Re: And here is the interesting part, nvidia vs ati

    Installation Ready, made a complete new installation, opsys and AL.

    --- General features ---
    Requested API:  Automatic
    Graphics card driver: Newer than qualified!
    HW TV Out:  Yes
    Free video Memory: 505MB
    Max Texture Size:     4096,4096
    PShader Version:       3.00 (Effects&ColorConversion)
    VShader Version:       3.00

    --- Special features ---
    Anisotropic filtering: up to x16
    Seperate alpha blender: Yes in Hardware

    --- Configurations ---
    Resolution:  NTSC PAL 720p 1080i 1080p
    Render API used:      DX9 DX9 DX9 DX9 DX9
    3D Hardware used:    Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
    YUY2 AUX Buffers:    30 30 30 28 28
    RGBA AUX Buffers:    20 20 20 18 18
    Recursive Buffers:    8 8 8 8 8
    Output Buffers:  15 15 15 13 13
    2x RGBA streams(fps): 1260(rt) 1255(rt) 63(rt) 213(rt) ----
    2x YUV streams(fps): 1695(rt) 1350(rt) 361(rt) 305(rt) ----
    4x YUV streams(fps): 872(rt) 692(rt) 200(rt) 171(rt) ----

    Moviebox Deluxe:     realtime (727fps)

    --- Test results ---
    Passed:      73
    Warnings:      5 (16 ,33 ,34 ,64 ,78 )

    __________________________________Detailed Report_________________________________________


    AppVersion: Check3D - V2.1.0.4 started.
    System    : 2 CPUs found
    Date&Time : 10/06/2006 14:56

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  • Fri, Oct 6 2006 7:32 PM In reply to

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    Core 2 duo test

    And now the first test, a hdv2 clip, 43 sec export to wmp hd 1080 file.

    Time to make the file, 9,38 minutes, both cores running at between 95 and 100%, cpu temperature 48 C.

    My other machine makes that file in 32 minutes...

     

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  • Fri, Oct 6 2006 8:48 PM In reply to

    Re: Core 2 duo test

    It seems that we are not ready for HD.

    But are we ready for HDV?

    Because your test isn't for HDV but for HD.

    While it's quite an improvement over the P4 it doesn't seem attractive.

    We'd need almost 15 hours for an Hour of WMP HD file.

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  • Fri, Oct 6 2006 9:36 PM In reply to

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    Re: Core 2 duo test

    Tomas,

     

    How long is the clip in realtime play?

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  • Sun, Oct 8 2006 2:17 PM In reply to

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    Re: Core 2 duo test

    sverkalo:
    It seems that we are not ready for HD.

    But are we ready for HDV?

    Because your test isn't for HDV but for HD.

    While it's quite an improvement over the P4 it doesn't seem attractive.

    We'd need almost 15 hours for an Hour of WMP HD file.

    Hi George

    Yes, it do still take a lot of time but I think it is better now, if I organize my working routines in a good way.

    I do some dvd-disks with bonus folders, putting a wmf hdformat file into that folder. With my old machine, a 17 minutes clip took 20 hours, that is really terrible.

    With the new machine, I will be able to make that file in maybe 5 hours and a 30 minutes project in  maybe 8 hours, that is one night.

    Working routine as follow:

    1. Make a iso file or ts folder of the project, watch it to see if it is good.

    2. Backing up the project.

    3. When evening comes or I am leaving my computer for a couple of hours, (many hours...) make a wmf for hd.

    4. Coming back to the computer, watch the wmf file, burn the dvd-disk with ts folders and bonus folder.

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  • Sun, Oct 8 2006 2:22 PM In reply to

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    Re: Core 2 duo test

    moodman:

    Tomas,

     

    How long is the clip in realtime play?

    43 sec as I wrote or do you mean something else?

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  • Sun, Oct 8 2006 4:20 PM In reply to

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    Re: Core 2 duo test

    mjolnarn:
    I do some dvd-disks with bonus folders, putting a wmf hdformat file into that folder. With my old machine, a 17 minutes clip took 20 hours, that is really terrible.

    With the new machine, I will be able to make that file in maybe 5 hours and a 30 minutes project in  maybe 8 hours, that is one night.

    While still not exactly stellar performance (I'd like to see a 17 minute clip render in not more than 17 minutes) it's a remarkable improvement going from a Pentium 955 (which is the Extreme Edition) to the Duo Core 2.

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  • Mon, Jul 27 2015 3:58 PM In reply to

    2nd Monitor won't go Full Screen - UPDATED INFO

    Hey folks,

    For some reason, my second monitor won't go full screen anymore. It's a bit intermittent i.e.. shutting down sometimes helps. But most of the time it just won't work.

    Is this a video card thing?

    *** Also, here is a possible clue. Under the VIDEO PLAYBACK window it says "(Missing) Digital Cinema - Desktop Preview -Full Screen" is greyed out or in other words missing.

    Any insight would be appreciated.


    Thanks!

    here are my specs:
    Processor 2 x 2.26 GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon
    Memory 6 GB 1066 MHz DDR3 ECC
    Graphics NVIDIA GeForce GT 120 512 MB
    Software OS X 10.9.5 (13F1096)

    MC 7.0.4.3

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