Process conitnue running after showing 100% and 0s

Hello, some processes would continue when the progress bar shows 100% and 0s. The fps counter would continue to fluctuate as normal. It would eventually finish and the output is ok. Just annoying not being able to see when it would finish. Meanwhile other parallelly run process would finish normally.

It happens on different models and files, no particular type. Running v 3.3.10 on RTX 4080.

Anybody had similar issue. Could it be my hard disk or memory issue so data is overwriting itself?

Thanx.

This happens to me when I deinterlace a video. When the progress bar is at 50 % the time is zero seconds left. The application runs on to complete the missing 50 % as usual. I think it is only a miss calculation of the remaining time, the process itself works fine.

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Could you post your logs and a screen recording?

Oftentimes it is easiest to share a screen recording for issues like this to quickly show me exactly what is happening. I use Loom for screen recordings since this is a free and easy to use app.

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I have seen other reports of this behavior but have not been able to reproduce it on my end/

Hi Ida,

Thanks for confirming other reports, I was worried if it was my new PC’s problem. As the other reply to my thread indicated, I do think it only happened on processing interlaced video. I was using the new Iris model, no frame interpolation and just kept the original 29 FPS. The additional run time after showing 100% and 0s is actually significant, and I can see the output file grow in size afterwards. So could be an encoding problem after upscale.

I haven’t run into the problem over the last few days as all the videos processed are progressive (using Iris). If I find another interlaced video with the same problem, I will try to make a log for you.

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Confirmed. It happens when deinterlacing and double the framerate to 50 fps!

@johngshen and/or @Imo would you mind sharing a file with me? You can securely submit your files(s) to our Dropbox using the link below. Please be sure to send me a note to let me know you sent something.

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I sent a file to your dropbox. The file name is A1_t00.mkv. :slight_smile:

Thank you :slight_smile: