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megapolis

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Re: fastcinemadng
« Reply #175 on: May 24, 2022, 12:01:52 PM »
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It's a pity that it doesn't work for me even after reinstalling. I tried logging the installation of your program in order to then delete its remnants manually, including registry entries, but even that didn't help. After rebooting and reinstalling, the demo mode still remains, but the most important thing is that my presets remain in the export settings via ffmpeg, which means that the program files still remain in the system and do not allow the program to perform a clean installation and not work in demo mode. This is my guess. Perhaps other users will also encounter this. I really hope you fix it :) This will be the best thing that has happened to me since I met magic lantern.

Thanks for your info. Application settings are not stored in the registry now.
They are at C:\Users\<UserName>\AppData\Roaming\Fastvideo LLC.ini
Licence file is stored at C:\ProgramData\Fastvideo
1. Please check the software version. The latest version should be 1.0.16.0, build 1124.
2. Please check license file *.dat in the folder C:\ProgramData\Fastvideo. If you see such a file, please rename or remove it and run the software once more.

We don't remove licensing info after reinstalling, this is a feature, not a bug.
If the above info won't help, please send us your questions and screenshots either here or via PM.

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Re: fastcinemadng
« Reply #176 on: May 24, 2022, 09:29:33 PM »
Thanks for your info. Application settings are not stored in the registry now.
They are at C:\Users\<UserName>\AppData\Roaming\Fastvideo LLC.ini
Licence file is stored at C:\ProgramData\Fastvideo
1. Please check the software version. The latest version should be 1.0.16.0, build 1124.
2. Please check license file *.dat in the folder C:\ProgramData\Fastvideo. If you see such a file, please rename or remove it and run the software once more.

We don't remove licensing info after reinstalling, this is a feature, not a bug.
If the above info won't help, please send us your questions and screenshots either here or via PM.
Good evening!
I did everything according to your instructions and the program worked!
The export works without a watermark and restrictions, the speed on RTX2060 is impressive, a 30-second 5.7k video with a bitrate of 100 mbit was exported for a little more than a minute.
Thank you so much for your software!
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Re: fastcinemadng
« Reply #177 on: May 27, 2022, 03:42:49 PM »
In the latest release (which could be downloaded from the site) you can find experimental version of defringe feature to suppress the consequences of chromatic aberrations. The feature still has some minor artifacts on the image borders, but it's working and pretty fast.

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Re: fastcinemadng
« Reply #178 on: June 07, 2022, 07:58:19 PM »
In the latest release (which could be downloaded from the site) you can find experimental version of defringe feature to suppress the consequences of chromatic aberrations. The feature still has some minor artifacts on the image borders, but it's working and pretty fast.

This is indeed promising. Thanks @megapolis for your contributions on this one.

Especially the fact that we can take advantage of our GPU's to transcode.

I'll definitely check it out for Windows OS!

BTW, when do you think we can test out a beta for Mac OS?
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Re: fastcinemadng
« Reply #179 on: June 09, 2022, 09:06:16 AM »
Unfortunately MacOS support is not possible.
Our SDK for GPU-based image processing is available for Windows, Linux and ARM (Jetson).

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Re: fastcinemadng
« Reply #180 on: July 30, 2022, 03:18:20 PM »
As we've previously mentioned, the performance of Fast CinemaDNG software in most cases is limited by input/output bandwidth, not by GPU model. From that point of view, the SSD speed for read/write could be the bottleneck for RAW processing on GPU.

We've recently done some benchmarks for DNG to JPEG conversion on GPU. We've utilized the same 8-bit 12-MPix DNG image and very simple pipeline: raw image reading from SSD and loading to GPU, WB, demosaicing with MG algorithm, DCP profile, gamma, conversion to JPEG 4:4:4 and quality 100%, storage to SSD. On the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080ti we've managed to process 3000 images per minute, which we consider to be pretty fast.

That performance was limited by our SSD with 600 MB/s read/write capabilities. This is 50 fps to process 12-MPix input images, and this is exactly the result we've got (3000 images per minute). Actually, processing on GPU was around 3 times faster, so the bottleneck was with SSD performance, not with GPU. GPU load was around 30% for one-thread application, and that's why we see great potential for further acceleration of RAW-to-JPEG transform on GPU due to faster SSD and higher GPU load.