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  1. bulineta1

    Does Emby support NVENC?

    Does Emby support NVENC and if it support how do I pass the limitations with a GTX 1070?
  2. Secundo°

    Transcoding clarification

    Hello, I'm not very familiar with transcoding. I want to use hardware acceleration for my new emby server. My old emby server was installed on a single board computer. With 2 simultaneous streams the Cpu was throttling and at 100%. Because the Cpu on the new server should mostly be used for other tasks, I decided to use a dedicated gpu for media transcoding. My understanding was that emby almost exclusively uses decoding and only need encoding for tasks like converting files. But this seems to be wrong. I read in some threads (e.g. https://emby.media/community/index.php?/topic/62545-video
  3. cTurtle98

    new nvenc engine card

    https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/design-visualization/quadro-desktop-gpus/ does anyone know which ones of these have the new NVENC engine? @
  4. xXxCubacrazyxXx

    I Know Its Possible to do on plex Check Out This Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQLgbc9NFdU Also Check The Post On Reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/PleX/comments/9dim68/override_nvidas_2_stream_limitation_on_gtx_gpus/ This Will Unlock A Whole New World If Emby Gets This Implementation Also The Ability To HDR to SHR tonemapping etc.I Will Like To Hear More
  5. I'm been using Emby for a few months now, and recently I made a deal and got a GTX 960 Zotac 4GB version. I put this in my media server and enabled hardware encoding on Emby Server. The problem is that I can't stream 4k movies without buffering pauses during playback. The server cannot transcoding more than 20 fps and I always need to pause the video and let the buffer load for a few minutes. There is something hide that I need to enable to get more performance? GPU usage for every 4k stream is around 25% (viewing through Windows Task Manager panel). I know you guys will ask for the
  6. McBoothertonEsq

    Choosing NVENC encode GPU

    I'm currently looking into making a 2 in 1 gaming + NAS system to power my downstairs TV, I plan to use an Nvidia GTX 690 in it for a while as the card has been sitting in my attic for about a year ever since I upgraded, but will at one point get a higher end GPU like a 1070, maybe Ti, or Vega 56 (unless the 11 series drops soon enough) for gaming as the 690s 2gb per GPU frame buffer is a choking point for almost any modern game. Then I could have the 690 in there as an encode/Physx card. If I go for the Vega 56 and select NVENC encoding I assume I won't have issues as Emby should just use the
  7. good afternoon, I am looking to enable hardware transcoding on my new emby server, as my current server just isnt cutting it anymore. I read over the Wiki but it appears to be a little outdated. So I figure id just ask here. 1. Is a nvidia GTX 660TI an adequate card for hardware transcoding? I need a minimum of 2 simultaneous streams. Its a Kepler GPU so it is capable of NVENC. but how many simultaneous streams can it handle? Also, what about a GTX730? id prefer to use the 730 if possible as its a single slot card and would use less space and power. 2. What is the proper procedure
  8. cptbstd

    NVENC experimental

    Hi, having some sucess and some failures currently running on running on Windows server 2012 r2 with Emby 3.0.6000.0. I have a nvidia quadro k2000 with driver 368.86. I enable NVENC experimental. Some videos work, some do not. working Codec H264 Codec tag avc1 AVC Yes Profile Main Level 31 Resolution 1280x692 Aspect ratio 1.85:1 anamorphic NO Interlaced NO Framerate 25 Bitrate 1145 kbps Bit depth 8 bit pixel format yuv420p ref frames 2 NAL 4 NO TRANSCODE LOG not working codec H264 codec tag avc1 AVC Yes Profile Main Level 31 Resolution 1280x720 aspect ration
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