In my 30+ years computer experience, it’s almost always the PSU. Crashes, black screens of death, all signs of a weak PSU. People simply need a good PSU. Wattage is only one thing; stability is equally, if not more important.
And RAM. MicroSoft said this 20 years ago already: ‘All problems are solved by adding more RAM.’ While in jest, of course, also true in many ways: the less disk I/O has to be performed (due to excessive swapping), the lesser your chances of a crash.
I have 64G myself, and a high-quality PSU. TVAI does many things wrong, but it has literally never crashed on me.
I generally do 2 or 3 upscales at the same time. I have my processes set to 1 since I just open another instance of TVAI. When I do do it’s generally a very small total time difference to a single encode. When I do 3 that takes about the same time as doing 2 back to back. I rarely do anything but 480 to 1080. If I was doing 1080 to 4k that be pushing my RX 6600 or 3060 Ti since they are only 8GB cards but my 3060(12gb) could probably handle it.
Here are 3 instances running of the 3060 Ti. The processor is a 3900x.
There is this setting in Windows 10 and 11 that makes changes in the GPU usage. It also changes how Task Manager reports the GPU usage. It’s seems much more realistic when compared to other software that reports GPU stats.
While changing the setting to On did not seem to make any difference in execution speed of TVAI it does show the GPU is being used which is what I’ve always seen by the GPU power draw.
yes the new radeon 7000 series has av1 support, also would be interesting if they added support for smart access video, I barely see anyone talking about this feature with the new radeon 7000 series combined with amds new zen4 cpus, its basically amds equivalent to intels quicksync. would be cool to test these two new technologies to help benchmark this new card as well as hopefully speed up export times. Also is their any plans to incorporate either nvidias tensor cores or amds new ai accelerators to also boost export times??
A suggestion: it will be awesome if you make an instant preview while we set the parameters to Proteus ( or any other model), I mean you can make it apply the setting to just one frame instantly that way we can get an idea about the results like sharpen and reduce noise without click Preview every time.
There are 2 other places in a modern system that could cause slowdowns that I don’t know how to monitor. One is the PCIe bus lanes with all the traffic that runs on them. The other is the CPU internal cache.
I couldn’t tell you as this is the method I have been using since VEAI 1.1 . I do this with a lot of programs, the ones that don’t block doing this. For me if I have a GUI crash like we have had in the past, if I lose one GUI the others are still there and running. I still have a visual idea of where my progress is and have GUI control over those other video.
Confusing. You list out four versions of the program then say you used the Chronos model on three of them. Your comments on each version suggest you’re using one of the many deinterlacing models. You don’t say what model. (It cannot be Chronos because that does not deinterlace.)
What are we supposed to understand from your post and the example images?