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jmone
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Hi Dafydd, have you heard from CyberLink on any progress with the SVRT issues?
Thanks
Nathan PD 64 Bit-Win10 64 Bit-32GB RAM-80TB HDD
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Canon XF400 - 150Mbps 4k/50p AVC
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Dafydd B [Avatar]
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Hi Nathan,
I don't have a full picture of what's being released in the next patch, coming in the next day (could be today) or so. The patch is at a final checking stage prior to release. All I can write here at the moment. Please check the patch etc and give some feedback when you can, thanks.
Dafydd
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jmone
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No change from my testing of Patch 1424c

Quote: Some more testing and my recommendations (YMMV) at this stage are in order:
1) CPU Rendering: Slow but the most reliable output. While it does re-encode the Audio and Video streams it keeps everything in sync even with remuxing to other formats
2) GPU Rendering: Quicker than CPU rendering and while the native PD10 output looks good any remuxing brings out an AV Sync issue (I presume there is a timestamp mismatch between the Video encode done with the GPU and the Audio done on the CPU)
3) SVRT: I **really** want this to work as it is by far the quickest and a G'Tee of the quality for most of the video. While the PD10 output looks good, any remuxing shows issues at the transition points.


PD 64 Bit-Win10 64 Bit-32GB RAM-80TB HDD
Sony FX6 - 500Mbps 4k/50p AVC-I HLG
Canon XF400 - 150Mbps 4k/50p AVC
GoPro Hero6 Black
Pana HS700-28Mbps 1080/50p AVC (High@L4.2)
Canon HV20-HDV 25Mbps 16:9 1440x1080/25p MPEG
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Dafydd B [Avatar]
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Thank you jmone for raising this matter. I have passed on today's test observation to CyberLink.
Dafydd
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jmone
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Thanks - I can provide examples, details etc if they want/need.

Also do you know if we will be able to zoom the timeline into the correct number of tics (eg 50 (or 60fps) instread of the current NTSC/PAL).
Nathan

PS On the plus side, PD10 is still better in it's handling of 1080/50p @ >20MBS than say VS (which is a true mess).

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PD 64 Bit-Win10 64 Bit-32GB RAM-80TB HDD
Sony FX6 - 500Mbps 4k/50p AVC-I HLG
Canon XF400 - 150Mbps 4k/50p AVC
GoPro Hero6 Black
Pana HS700-28Mbps 1080/50p AVC (High@L4.2)
Canon HV20-HDV 25Mbps 16:9 1440x1080/25p MPEG
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jmone
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Updated the bit on VS to be more accurate, also one nice update that VS did was include a true 50(60) fps timeline.... Imagine being able to see every frame in your NLE prog! PD 64 Bit-Win10 64 Bit-32GB RAM-80TB HDD
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Canon XF400 - 150Mbps 4k/50p AVC
GoPro Hero6 Black
Pana HS700-28Mbps 1080/50p AVC (High@L4.2)
Canon HV20-HDV 25Mbps 16:9 1440x1080/25p MPEG
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jmone
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Updated info regarding PD11 - http://forum.cyberlink.com/forum/posts/list/24689.page
PD 64 Bit-Win10 64 Bit-32GB RAM-80TB HDD
Sony FX6 - 500Mbps 4k/50p AVC-I HLG
Canon XF400 - 150Mbps 4k/50p AVC
GoPro Hero6 Black
Pana HS700-28Mbps 1080/50p AVC (High@L4.2)
Canon HV20-HDV 25Mbps 16:9 1440x1080/25p MPEG
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