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Old 19 May 2007, 12:58 PM   #16
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I encoded that Pirates trailer a long time ago (practically my first H.264 encode), so maybe there's something wrong with it, or not.

You can use FRAPS or in Windows Media Player -> View -> Statistics. When doing the testing, use the highest resolution as supported by your monitor.

For the Simpsons 1080p (High Profile) trailer (and the Pirates trailer), I get around 19/20 FPS on my lowly Athlon 2500+ (NVIDIA FX 5700). On the same system, I can basically get full frames for the Bourne Ultimatum 1080p (Baseline) trailer. I used 1280x1024 resolution.

This article does some H.264 testing with the NVIDIA 8800 Ultra card and the PureVideo HD acceleration:

http://www.guru3d.com/article/Videocards/428/5/
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Old 19 May 2007, 01:12 PM   #17
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how do you get the fps?
Enable the OSD in ffdshow's config, or click the tray icon and see the OSD section during playback. For best performance, use a recent mplayer build; should be a little faster than ffdshow + a directshow player.

And then there's the commercial CoreaAVC decoder.

admin, what is the source for these clips? Apple HD trailers?
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admin, what is the source for these clips? Apple HD trailers?
Yes. Easiest way for me to get some 1080p sources to test encoding.
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In-loop deblocking is too strong in their trailers for my taste, the sharpness is there but the detail isn't (OK for animated content though).

Uploaded a short clip here. Sourced from a 1080p MPEG2 capture, encoded at 720p ~7mbps x264 High Profile; I think it shows what 720p should look like.
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