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What's in a number? A program by any other number would smell as sweet.
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This will probably be a pain to implement, but is there any possibility of getting nvidia NGX working for upscaling video in DG Tools?

Link for nvidia NGX: https://developer.nvidia.com/rtx/ngx
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If their claims about the simplicity of the API is true, then implementation may not be so difficult. I've applied for early access. We'll see if they grant it. Thank you for the request, astrayred.
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My application was approved (in record time!) and I have downloaded the NGX SDK. As I get my feet wet I will report about it in another thread.
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Re: DGDemux parser integration

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tormento wrote:
Tue May 26, 2020 7:50 am
It would be nice to have the same parser as DGDemux to select the correct mpls looking at lenght and streams, instead of needing to find it with other programs such as DGDemux itself or eac3to. :salute:

You already have the code, just make DGIndexNV capable of selecting a single file (usual behaviour) or give a "0" in the file field to select the whole directory.
Implemented in DGIndexNV rc7.
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Rocky wrote:
Fri Nov 27, 2020 2:41 pm
Implemented in DGIndexNV rc7.
Unfortunately my main computer motherboard had a major failure on July and I am still waiting for newer CPUs to become available.

Hope to be testing newer builds soon! :salute:
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tormento wrote:
Tue Dec 01, 2020 8:35 am
Rocky wrote:
Fri Nov 27, 2020 2:41 pm
Implemented in DGIndexNV rc7.
Unfortunately my main computer motherboard had a major failure on July and I am still waiting for newer CPUs to become available.

Hope to be testing newer builds soon! :salute:
If you meant Ryzen 5000, they are available, but surely overpriced AF. Same as of RTX 3080. I'm waiting for reasonable price (~950 $) in my country. Currently local shops selling them for $ 1350-1500 which is insane.
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I want a 3090 and a threadripper PCIE 4.0 motherboard. Having trouble finding the former.
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Rocky wrote:
Tue Dec 01, 2020 10:02 am
I want a 3090 and a threadripper PCIE 4.0 motherboard. Having trouble finding the former.
The TR3960x CPU looks like a good one
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Me want.
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Rocky wrote:
Tue Dec 01, 2020 10:02 am
I want a 3090 and a threadripper PCIE 4.0 motherboard. Having trouble finding the former.
Zen 3 based TR are just behind the corner. Availability... well... :D
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If Zen 3 is better then me want that. Me want the best of everything.
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I changed this thread to an announcement so that it is always visible at the top of the thread list.
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Is there any chance to see support via CUDA of non hardware decoded formats, such as x264 10 bit and/or 4:4:4?

I did a very stupid thing some years ago, encoding some material to x264 10 bit and now my TV can't digest them, so I have to reencode everything...
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Sorry, no chance.
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Rocky wrote:
Fri Jan 29, 2021 6:56 am
Sorry, no chance.
Ok, let's make a deal about preferred languages in demux section instead :belly-laugh:
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tormento, master negotiator.
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tormento wrote:
Fri Jan 29, 2021 6:19 am
Is there any chance to see support via CUDA of non hardware decoded formats, such as x264 10 bit and/or 4:4:4?

I did a very stupid thing some years ago, encoding some material to x264 10 bit and now my TV can't digest them, so I have to reencode everything...
I'd rather invest in Odroid N2+ or similar and use it as an entertainment center with CoreELEC installed (supports retro gaming as well). Powerful enough to play 10bit h264 files without any issues.
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Boulder wrote:
Sat Jan 30, 2021 6:08 am
I'd rather invest in Odroid N2+ or similar and use it as an entertainment center with CoreELEC installed (supports retro gaming as well). Powerful enough to play 10bit h264 files without any issues.
I am saving money for next NUC from Intel, to use it as VM host too.
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tormento wrote:
Fri Jan 29, 2021 8:49 am
Ok, let's make a deal about preferred languages in demux section instead
How do you want that to work? Shall it be based on the 3-letter language code?
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Rocky wrote:
Sat Jan 30, 2021 8:24 am
How do you want that to work? Shall it be based on the 3-letter language code?
The way it's more comfortable to you.

Almost all of us are used to 3-letter language code, i.e. ISO-639-2, as per Matroska version 1 thru 3, but since version 4 either ISO639-2 or BCP47 may be used, although BCP47 is reccomended.

As a matter of future proof code, I would say that every language showing, setting and filename output should be represented by BCP47, giving full compliance to Matroska.
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tormento wrote:
Sat Jan 30, 2021 10:14 am
full compliance to Matroska.
Hey pal, we don't bow down to anyone.
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Curly wrote:
Sat Jan 30, 2021 10:49 am
Hey pal, we don't bow down to anyone.
No bowing, just comfortable use when multiplexing. :D
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