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Re: Performance Benchmarks

Posted: Fri Jul 25, 2014 20:57
by 0x80
Model: macbook pro late 2013
Operating System: 10.9.4
Graphic card: Iris Pro
Harddisk: 256Gb flash
Processor: 2.0GHz i7
Memory: 8Gb
Output Setup: Fullscreen to 1600x1200 TB > DVI
Resolume: 4.1.11

Benchmark for 1920x1080
Clean content: 3
Noise content: 3

Benchmark for 640x480
Clean content: 20+ (45fps)
Noise content: 20

Re: Performance Benchmarks

Posted: Fri Jul 25, 2014 20:59
by 0x80
Model: macbook pro late 2013
Operating System: 10.9.4
Graphic card: Nvidia 750M 2Gb
Harddisk: 512Gb flash
Processor: 2.3GHz i7
Memory: 16Gb
Output Setup: Fullscreen to 1600x1200 TB > DVI

## Resolume: 4.1.11

Benchmark for 1920x1080
Clean content: 9
Noise content: 8

Benchmark for 640x480
Clean content: 20+ (47fps)
Noise content: 20+ (45fps)

## Resolume: 4.1.8

Output Setup: Fullscreen to 1600x1200 TB > DVI

Benchmark for 1920x1080
Clean content: 11
Noise content: 9

Benchmark for 640x480
Clean content: 20+ (52fps)
Noise content: 20+ (42fps)

Re: Performance Benchmarks

Posted: Thu Aug 28, 2014 13:42
by Yuckfou157
ASUS G74SX-A1
Intel Sandy Bridge Quad Core i7-2630QM (2.0GHz) Processor,
17.3" Full HD (1920 x 1080) LED Display,
12GB DDR3 1333MHz Memory,
1.5TB (750GB 7200RPM x 2) Hard Drive,
Blu-Ray DVD Combo Drive,
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560M 3GB GDDR5 Graphics Card,
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit,
Resolume 4.1.7

I've only tested the HD benches, the 640x480 is not interesting anymore, in 4:3 I mainly use 1024x768, otherwise it's 16:9 and 1080P

Setup: laptop as control monitor 920x1080, 1 fullscreen output at 1920x1080 on HDMI output

Benchmark 920x1080

HD clean 10 layers
HD noise 10 layers

Model: MacBookPro laptop, Late 2013
OS: Mac OSX 10.9.4
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M 2048 MB
Harddisk: APPLE 1TB SSD
CPU: 2.6 GHz Intel Core i7
Memory: 16 GB 1600 MHz DDR3
Resolume: 4.1.11

Setup: laptop as control monitor, 1 fullscreen output at 1920x1080 on HDMI output

Benchmarks 1920x1080
Clean: 8 layers
Noise: 8 layers

So then I benched again with a different connection, not HDMI-DVI but Thunderbolt-DVI and it the results where slightly better:
Benchmarks 1920x1080
Clean: 9 layers
Noise: 9 layers


And again the Windows machine has won, all and all I am deeply disappointed with the whole macbook for it's performance, the only reason I 'm keeping it is because of it's weight and I am using max. 6/7 layers of content which is not all full HD.

Re: Performance Benchmarks

Posted: Thu Sep 04, 2014 20:17
by pfelberg
Model: Dell Inspiron 5000 Series
Operating System: Win 8.1
Graphic card: AMD Radeon R7M265 2 Gb
Harddisk: Kingston 480 Gb SSD
Processor: 2.60 GHz i7
Memory: 8 Gb
Output Setup: no specific - not connected

## Resolume: 4.1.11

Benchmark for 1920x1080
Clean content: 5
Noise content: 5

Benchmark for 640x480
Clean content: 11
Noise content: 11

Re: Performance Benchmarks

Posted: Thu Sep 25, 2014 16:37
by lb2593
Model : Dell M6700

OS: 64 Bit Windows Professional

Processor : Intel core i7 - 3740QM CPU @ 2.70GHZ

GPU : Nvidia Quadro K4000m

Memory : 24GB Ram

1st Hard drive (Programs) : 256 GB Samsung Evo SSD

2nd Hard drive (Clip Storage) : 1 TB Samsung Evo SSD

Resolume : 4.1.11



Output Setup :

1 Monitor full screen output at 1080p - 1920 x 1080

Benchmark 1920 x 1080:

7 x Clean
7 x Noise

Benchmark 640 x 480:

9 x Clean
9 x Noise

Re: Performance Benchmarks

Posted: Thu Oct 09, 2014 00:40
by jinx
About to attempt a gig with my old beast:

Model: Macbook Pro, mid 2010
Operating System: 10.9.5
Graphic card: NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M 512MB
Harddisk: Seagate 1TB SSHD / Ext WD 7200rpm 1TB 7200rpm (similar results with each)
Processor: 2.66GHz Dual-core i7
Memory: 4GB
Resolume: 4.1.11

Output Setup: Samsung 1280x800 (minidisplayport -> DVI)

External HDD 7200rpm (FW)
Benchmark for 1920x1080
Clean content: 2
Noise content: <1

Benchmark for 640x480
Clean content: 10
Noise content: 8

Re: Performance Benchmarks

Posted: Fri Oct 31, 2014 21:20
by dirtyjohn_lv
Model: Zotac ZBOX EN760
OS: Windows 8 Pro
Processor : Intel Core i5-4200U @ 1.6GHz, 2 Core
GPU : Nvidia GTX 860M
Memory : 8GB Ram
1st drive : 256 GB Sandisk SSD
Resolume : 4.1.11


Output Setup :
1 Control Monitor via DVI: 1600x900
1 TV via HDMI - 1080p

Benchmark 1920 x 1080:
9 x Clean
7 x Noise

Benchmark 640 x 480:
20+ x Clean
20+ x Noise

Benchmarked

Posted: Sat Nov 01, 2014 09:18
by fruitygreen
Model: Custom MSI Bigbang motherboard
Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate
Graphic card: EVGA Hydro Copper GTX Titan
Harddisk: old Sata
Processor: i7
Memory: 16Gig
Resolume: Arena 4.1.11

Output Setup:

Benchmark for 1920x1080
Clean content: 20
Noise content: 19

Benchmark for 640x480
Clean content: 20
Noise content: 20

According to my GPU monitor there seems to be a little stress from Arena. My Adobe products utilize more.

Anyways my stuff is good enough. Now to do some real world testing.

Re: Performance Benchmarks

Posted: Thu Dec 18, 2014 19:21
by Oaktown
Joris, compositions are getting bigger and bigger so any chance you guys could generate a set of 2K (2048x1536) & 4K (3840x2160) benchmark media so that we can start adding that to the benchmark results?

Re: Performance Benchmarks

Posted: Tue Dec 30, 2014 08:23
by rawdesigns
Is this real life?


Model: Origin EVO15-S
Operating System: Windows 8.1
Graphic card: NIVIDA GeForce GTX 970M 6gb DDR5
Harddisk: Dual 128GB M.2 SATA SSD in RAID0 (256GB Total)
Storage: 1TB 7200rpm
Processor: Intel Core i7-4710HQ Quad-Core 2.50GHz (3.50GHz TurboBoost), 6MB Cache
Memory: 16gb
Resolume: Arena 4.1.11

Output Setup:

Benchmark for 1920x1080
Clean content: 20+
Noise content: 17

Benchmark for 640x480
Clean content: 20+
Noise content: 20+

This is the thinnest most powerful laptop to handle Resolume so well (as far as I know). My Cinebench score was 100FPS and I've had 0 hickups while working with Resolume thus far.