Discussion in 'ATI Tray Tools Public Beta Section' started by Ray Adams, May 23, 2009.
I use Coder supplied with CCC
Where can i find that?
sry i'm capable c++ but i'm a noob to that GPU-stuff.
There is no information about that codec. You have to use disassembler to extract all what you need from libraries
in cyberlink power director you can choose up to 384 kibit/s.
can't you use the cpu for audio and the gpu for video encoding?
As I wrote before, I only provide options from ATI Codec library. This is not my application who actually encode video, but library itself. Thats why my application called ATI XCoder GUI
did a bit of testing.
i found that if i check the "use gpu" option, the resulting video would be encoded at twice the bitrate, compared to encoding with "use gpu" off. encoding speed remains the same. GPU load would periodically jump to around 7% every second or so.
so whatever the XCoder is doing, it's using both CPU and GPU. it doesn't seem to use GPU only, and when it does, it's not using it at anywhere near the 100% capacity.
XCoder command line?
is it possible to use XCoder on the command line? I want to write a batch to demux, encode video & audio and mux it to an mp4-file several files.
Or are there any other possibilities to use AVIVO on the command line?
At this moment , no.
need it can specify parameter value instead of sliding bar
For which parameters?
Just encoded an 8GB file w/ normal ATI software from MKV to DIVX compatible down to just under 3GB. Unfortunately the same file will not load into your GUI? The option to choose all files instead of video files only would be greatly appreciated. Will try to use you GUI for comparison. Encoding was an hour for the 8GB file not bad but blacks back grounds were a little/lot light/grey. Movie looked good still though. will still try to get file to load into your GUI if I can. Keep up the good work Ray. I can tell everyone is not acquainted on what you are working with but anything helps!
Finally opened with a copy and paste into the file name of the browse folder
Putting "*" allows to you select any type of files. I didn't test .mkv yet so I didn't put it to the list of supported formats.
After testing I will update XCoder
What a neat proggie, thank you!
Guess the presets come from AMD, right?
Yes. Because I use Catalyst internal encoding mechanism.
Thanks man! Finally I can set audio bit rate, unlike AVIVO... Waiting for the next version...