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No VBR dual pass for H.265 hardware encoding, stay with H.264 ?

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Aug 12, 2020

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Curious why the new PPro 14.3.1  is now hooked up to AMD Rzyen for hardware encoding, but it won't do Dual Pass VBR in H.265 ?  Only single pass for H.264.

I thought dual was always the way to go for bluray creation. 

 

Does the H.264 work with hardware encoding?  From what I read I didn't think so.

 

My media is SD old school footage.  I need the dual pass like a fat kid needs cake.

 

Thoughts?  Opinions?  advice?

 

Thanks,

Letty

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No VBR dual pass for H.265 hardware encoding, stay with H.264 ?

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Curious why the new PPro 14.3.1  is now hooked up to AMD Rzyen for hardware encoding, but it won't do Dual Pass VBR in H.265 ?  Only single pass for H.264.

I thought dual was always the way to go for bluray creation. 

 

Does the H.264 work with hardware encoding?  From what I read I didn't think so.

 

My media is SD old school footage.  I need the dual pass like a fat kid needs cake.

 

Thoughts?  Opinions?  advice?

 

Thanks,

Letty

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Put an In mark slightly before the sped up clip and an out mark just after it, then go to the menu Sequence > Render In to Out to generate a preview file for that portion of the timeline.

 

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Aug 17, 2020

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It's not supported for GPU Hardware Acceleration. Sorry. 1 pass only. It's hard encoded on the chip, so it can't be helped.

Kevin

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BluRay is a variation of h264.

 

h265 will be smaller than h264, even with 1-pass encoding.

 

h264 and h265 are each fine for transcoding Standard Definition footage.  Be sure to deinterlace it.  If you bake the interlaced fields in, there's no getting rid of them later.

 

If you're looking to put SD on disc, DVD is the way to go and that is MPEG2.

 

 

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