Note that MadMapper engine will run on the GPU where the "Main Display" is set in Windows Display settings. Set it to the P4000 !Computer has 2x P4000 (SLI'd) and 1x 1080
If you have a 8 Core with hyperthreading, you can run 16 (light) processes in parallel. On a good machine, I think setting chunks to 12 is a good practice. Anyway, the idea is to use as many cores as possible for a very short time (use it each 1/30 second for 2ms for instance), then processor units will be available again for other tasks.I have an 8-Core machine so have set chunks to 6 - to save 2 cores for system processes. Not sure if that's the best practice or not. Those same files work on a 6-core (Mac) as well.
It depends on your encoder. I would use the original file to be sure there is no color convertion implied and that quality wouldn't be degraded.Super helpful. Do I need to re-encode from the original intermediaries or can I re-encode the 6-chunk into a 12-chunk?
If you haven't SLI'd that's normal, benchmarks show no much difference between both: https://technical.city/en/video/GeForce ... adro-P4000Also, quick note that I have tried my main display (for MM processing) via my P4000 as well as the 1080 and don't see much of a difference. I'll check now that I've SLI'd and post the results.
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