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Rav1e 0.3.1 Is 25~40% Faster At Low Speed Levels For Rust-Based AV1 Encoding

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  • Chugworth
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    Have AV1 encoders gotten usable yet or can the speeds still be measured in seconds per frame?

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  • jntesteves
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    Originally posted by timofonic View Post
    This seems like a crappy and pathetic tradeoff. You can do it better, Intel encoder can do it.
    Obviously you have no idea how lossy encoders work, so here goes a quick primer:

    * There usually are quality/speed levels;
    * Faster levels are achieved by disabling quality features.

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  • all3f0r1
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    Well, considering:
    - this is an improvement made in a 2 weeks span
    - version is 0.3.1
    - there's still a handful of low-hanging fruits

    I'd say this release is satisfying.

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  • timofonic
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    This seems like a crappy and pathetic tradeoff. You can do it better, Intel encoder can do it.

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  • Rav1e 0.3.1 Is 25~40% Faster At Low Speed Levels For Rust-Based AV1 Encoding

    Phoronix: Rav1e 0.3.1 Is 25~40% Faster At Low Speed Levels For Rust-Based AV1 Encoding

    It was not even two full weeks ago that Rav1e 0.3 was released with speed optimizations and other AV1 encoding enhancements while released on Tuesday was Rav1e 0.3.1 with a change to boost encode speeds at lower levels...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...0.3.1-Released
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