Windows vs Linux h264-decoding performance
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BLKMGK Wrote:Can you point to any freely available samples that display this behavior? Might help troubleshooting and I'd like to see how it flies on my system. Right now I mostly just have H.264 encoded files and load seems pretty equal last I checked. Wondering if it's an encoding thing or what...

Why not try http://data.fuskbugg.se/skalman01/killer_sample.mkv? It shows the behaviour pretty clearly. I'm off to Berlin for a while now, so I won't clutter the forum for a while.
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#17
BLKMGK Wrote:Can you point to any freely available samples that display this behavior? Might help troubleshooting and I'd like to see how it flies on my system. Right now I mostly just have H.264 encoded files and load seems pretty equal last I checked. Wondering if it's an encoding thing or what...

Big Buck Bunny shows this behaviour. Not over the complete movie, but in many parts of it.
I used this one: http://mirror.bigbuckbunny.de/peach/bigb...p_h264.mov (h264, 1080p)


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mulder77de Wrote:Big Buck Bunny shows this behaviour. Not over the complete movie, but in many parts of it.
I used this one: http://mirror.bigbuckbunny.de/peach/bigb...p_h264.mov (h264, 1080p)


mulder77

I posted the Big Buck Bunny video in a thread on reference video material:
http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?p=251672
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