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  • DaVinci Resolve 16 Beta Video Editor Employing Deep Learning, GPU Accelerated Tools

    Phoronix: DaVinci Resolve 16 Beta Video Editor Employing Deep Learning, GPU Accelerated Tools

    Blackmagic Design has announced Davinci Resolve 16 beta as the newest feature update to the very feature-rich and cross-platform but proprietary video editor...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...nci-Resolve-16

  • kn00tcn
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    Originally posted by tsuru View Post
    I've been trying to get Resolve 15 to work with hw accelerated Mesa/Clover but I can't tell if it hates Clover and bails or if there is a minimum version of OpenCL that it isn't getting
    resolve is weird, i've seen people struggle on distros other than the official recommended one

    possibly related: on windows 7, it fails to launch citing a win10 media framework dll (win10 is officially required), but guess what the simple workaround is... simply renaming/removing resolve's opencl.dll lets it launch on win7 without a problem

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  • nuetzel
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    Originally posted by tsuru View Post

    Ok yes I was blind to the "1080 ti." So I presume it's using CUDA vs OpenCL too...(there's a log file if it's not visible from the UI) I've been trying to get Resolve 15 to work with hw accelerated Mesa/Clover but I can't tell if it hates Clover and bails or if there is a minimum version of OpenCL that it isn't getting.

    Anyway, it doesn't sound like you'll be able to help shed light on that
    What?
    I do not need DaVinci Resolve...
    ...but Clover do NOT offer image support currently.
    Try ROCm or AMD-Pro OpenCL.

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  • tsuru
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    Originally posted by nuetzel View Post

    See above
    Ok yes I was blind to the "1080 ti." So I presume it's using CUDA vs OpenCL too...(there's a log file if it's not visible from the UI) I've been trying to get Resolve 15 to work with hw accelerated Mesa/Clover but I can't tell if it hates Clover and bails or if there is a minimum version of OpenCL that it isn't getting.

    Anyway, it doesn't sound like you'll be able to help shed light on that

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  • Calinou
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    Originally posted by DeeZiD View Post

    It does and it works fantastically well - at least on high end software lol
    The joke is that Chromium and Firefox come with GPU acceleration disabled by default on Linux, presumably because they don't have enough manpower to fix all the issues that stem from it (even though it works well for most people).

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  • DeeZiD
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    Originally posted by Vistaus View Post

    GPU acceleration exists on Linux? Google and Mozilla should take note.
    It does and it works fantastically well - at least on high end software lol

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  • Vistaus
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    Originally posted by DeeZiD View Post
    Yep. No issues with my 1080ti on Manjaro Gnome.
    Even 8k Red Helium or 4k60p 10 bit H265 from a X-T3 or 6K GH5 footage runs just fine on 4K DCI timelines here. Rendering faster than real-time isn't an issue either.
    GPU acceleration exists on Linux? Google and Mozilla should take note.

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  • coder
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    Originally posted by tsuru View Post
    Which gpu? With open drivers or proprietary?
    Given that he said 1080 Ti (Nvidia), it must be the proprietary drivers. The Nouveau drivers are crippled by being stuck at base clocks, on this hardware.

    Also, if they're using CUDA, I assume that requires the proprietary drivers.

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  • nuetzel
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    Originally posted by tsuru View Post

    Which gpu? With open drivers or proprietary?
    See above

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  • tsuru
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    Originally posted by DeeZiD View Post
    Tried the latest Studio beta. Works fine on my machine and even faster than before!
    Which gpu? With open drivers or proprietary?

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