v3.2.1 crash while almost finishing after more than 15 hours processing: “Unknown Error”
I initiated 4 videos with running 3 in parallel, and the 4th waiting. For more than 15 hours everthing run ok, temp files continued to get updated. Than those 3 stopped with “Unknown Error”, all 3 temp files disappeared, and the 4th started processing, as wanted with its temp file continously updated.
A way to intelligently detect high motion scenes (maybe allow us to select minimum “scene” length in seconds) and then use frame interpolation only in those areas, and just use cheaper frame doubling in other areas would be cool.
Hello, is there anyone got this ? I see that after I preview AI is have a problem with subtitle, it not clear, it have wrong, can anyone help me this ? I use Video Enhanced version 2.0.0, anyway I also try this new version 3.2.1 but it same, anyone have solution for this ? Thanks!
I write again!!! Sorry, but my processor is busy with other programs. I set in the TVAI settings, use a video card. But he uses it by 70-80%, and the processor loads completely. I now have a processing speed of 2 videos
in 4K - 0.3-0.8fps. That is, TVAI processes 40 seconds of video 2.5 hours and 8.5 hours.
Two things: 1) just enabling video cards doesn’t mean that Topaz is only using the video card. There is still plenty of work that it requires to be done via CPU. If this is truly destroying your workflow you can try changing the priority at your system level but be warned that this will likely just result is even longer encode times.
Speaking of longer times, what are your PC specs? My guess is that your main constraint is the power of both CPU/GPU more than anything else
if you upscale a 720p wide or smaller video the subtitles get messed up. as a temporary workaround scale up the video to 1280p width with a video converter of your choice before processing with video ai!
I am still unable to download all models for my RTX 2080 SUPER.
I could retreive most of the modells from my old installation from prior the download problems.
However the Apollo I didn’t have and I can’t download it.
My system specs:
Topaz Video AI v3.2.1
OS: Windows v11.2009
CPU: AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3970X 32-Core Processor 127.9 GB
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER 7.8135 GB
Do I need to provide more information?
A normal version number MUST take the form X.Y.Z where X, Y, and Z are non-negative integers, and MUST NOT contain leading zeroes. X is the major version, Y is the minor version, and Z is the patch version. Each element MUST increase numerically. For instance: 1.9.0 → 1.10.0 → 1.11.0.
Going way back to the initial release, fonts have always been a problem. TV/Movie credits are a mess and always have been. It was suggested at one point to have a model dedicated to text/fonts, but it never went anywhere. Useful suggestions tend to get trash binned anyway.