My Encoding time has increased dramatically and my CPU is only at 65% #136

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yahknow1 opened this Issue Nov 4, 2016 · 4 comments

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@yahknow1
yahknow1 commented Nov 4, 2016

All cores are enabled. I just don't understand what could have happened to create this? Used to be able to encode a title in roughly 5-6 minutes. Now its taking 20 to encode the same file at the same settings?

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Can you get me an encode log from before and after the changes?

@yahknow1
yahknow1 commented Nov 5, 2016

How would I get the log from before this problem was happening?

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Can you get me an encode log from before and after the changes?


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yahknow1 commented Nov 5, 2016

Ok, I changed 2 items and now it appears to be back working correctly:

First I changed “Worker process priority” from “Normal” to “High” in the Options>Advanced section. Then I changed the slider to “Slow” (from Fast) on the Video Tab.

It seems everything is back working again

If I could ask you another question?

I seem to still have a terrible time with subtitles. It seems they’re hit and miss. I MOSTLY encode MKV’s from ripped BD ISO’s. My best success has been simply checking the far left box behind “English” in the subtitles section. I have noticed this is about 50% successful. I have really good luck with this method on BD movies, but even then some of the “Burnt in” subtitles don’t work.

This method gets even spottier when I encode multiple titles from TV shows?

I really want to be able to switch them off and on (except when Burnt In is necessary of course) , is there anything I could do to be more successful?

Thanks for all your hard work, this program is the best I’ve found!

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Can you get me an encode log from before and after the changes?


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Can you post a new issue about the subtitles and post a log from a time where you tried to include a soft subtitle and it didn't show up?

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