ka0s wrote:It's faster then version 0.6.0 for sure.
I now get more then 32 frames when playing a standard tga sequence.
ka0s wrote:But it can only do 5 frames a second when I try the scale to 16x9 option on a 720x576 anamorph tga sequence.
ka0s wrote:I hope the OpenGL will take advantage of the V10 Hardware cause that should be fast enough for sure !)
GIJoe wrote:ok, i did just install the most recent libiconv (from nekoware). that didn't fix the problem, it's still crashing on that movie-file and i have no libquicktime on the system.
GIJoe wrote:i also tried out the windows build of 0.6.0 and it's not crashing on that very moviefile nor slowing down when i step into a directory of video files at all.
GIJoe wrote:on both windows and irix, scaling from PAL to 16x9 slows down the playback, gr_osview shows that one cpu is more or less maxed out/task manager gives me slightly under 30% cpu usage (on four logical CPU cores).
systems in question are a dual600 oct2 and a dual 3 ghz xeon HT.
GIJoe wrote:what i noticed is that the windows build has the same performance issue with my tga sequences in 720x576, 24 bit + alpha channel (renderoutput from a 3D app), shown as rgba/u8 in djv_view. playback drops to about 1 frame per second if such a sequence is opened.
GIJoe wrote:btw. something that i found in the windows build - it only shows me three drives in the directory menu in the filebrowser, even if there are more. i can still access them by typing the letter but it left me wondering.
GIJoe wrote:phew, it has certainly been a while, hasn't it?
GIJoe wrote:i tried 0.6.1 windows the other day in the company and i noticed that it does not seem to handle UNC filepaths, you might want to look into that.
GIJoe wrote:it was slow on file sequences with alpha again tho. i can send you some example files that make the windows and irix builds choke for me. although... these are nothing special, you should be able to easily replicate by adding alpha to any PAL/HD image sequence in tga format, for example.
GIJoe wrote:i found that this app would be quite cool to have at work, a decent player for those HD image sequences outputted from a console devkit could definitely speed up work for some departments which are now using ugly things like adobe premiere for that task.
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