Best Software converting to DXV?

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VJVertex
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Best Software converting to DXV?

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Which is the best software converting videos with the resolume dxv-codec? (maybe wih support of CUDA or any other special GPU-Support)
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Re: Best Software converting to DXV?

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Encoding happens on the CPU, nothing to do with GPU and of course with Cuda.
The best encoder imo is Streamclip, and it's free...

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Re: Best Software converting to DXV?

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there a some tools using GPU... but most of them can´t handle DXV.

But, whats the best one and supports multicores? (more than 4 ;) )
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Re: Best Software converting to DXV?

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vj granda wrote:Encoding happens on the CPU, nothing to do with GPU and of course with Cuda.
The best encoder imo is Streamclip, and it's free...
But keep in mind, that MPEGStreamclip cannot handle the alpha channel (when encoding to DXV)! Also I experienced that it's not possible to encode more than one video at the same time via batch encode. Streamclip or DXV encoder (maybe both?) are not thread-safe.

I lost some hours to find this out... I think the missing alpha support is even mentioned in the Resolume manual, though I'm not sure.

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Rene wrote: Also I experienced that it's not possible to encode more than one video at the same time via batch encode. Streamclip or DXV encoder (maybe both?) are not thread-safe.
The batch list works ok for me on mac. Sometimes I get an error on one file that doesn't got converted but when I try that one again it does convert.

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Re: Best Software converting to DXV?

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Adobe Media Encoder CS6

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