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    DVDFab Enlarger AI for Ripper Is this normal performance for my stestem?

    System:
    CPU - I7 950
    GPU - 1070TI
    DVDFAB - 12.0.1.8

    I have started playing with Enlarger AI for my rips. I have selected to use the graphics card in the settings and I make sure it is selected when it asks at the beginning of a rip. Once it settles in, it says that the rip/conversion is going to take about 50 hours for a 1 hour episode. During the rip, the GPU averages about 7% while the CPU stays at about 100% utilization. I would have thought that using the GPU for the conversion would put the GPU up around 100%, not the CPU. Is this normal behavior/performance?

    #2
    Probably not normal, please attach the fabcheck log and a recent log session from the DVDFab internal log. It is normal for AI to be slower than a standard rip but this is extreme and does not appear to be using the gpu.
    Supplying DVDFab Logs in the Forum ...........................User Manual PDF for DVDFab v11................................ Guide: Using Images in Posts
    Supplying DMS Logs to Developers................................Enlarger AI FAQ.....

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      #3
      You will find the requested logs attached.
      I also submitted the logs via the feedback function. ID - 36415
      Attached Files

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        #4
        That is great, thanks.
        Supplying DVDFab Logs in the Forum ...........................User Manual PDF for DVDFab v11................................ Guide: Using Images in Posts
        Supplying DMS Logs to Developers................................Enlarger AI FAQ.....

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          #5
          So... do you have a solution for me?

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            #6
            The AI developers will check your logs and try to duplicate the problem.
            Supplying DVDFab Logs in the Forum ...........................User Manual PDF for DVDFab v11................................ Guide: Using Images in Posts
            Supplying DMS Logs to Developers................................Enlarger AI FAQ.....

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              #7
              Originally posted by SeanConnery View Post
              System:
              CPU - I7 950
              GPU - 1070TI
              DVDFAB - 12.0.1.8

              I have started playing with Enlarger AI for my rips. I have selected to use the graphics card in the settings and I make sure it is selected when it asks at the beginning of a rip. Once it settles in, it says that the rip/conversion is going to take about 50 hours for a 1 hour episode. During the rip, the GPU averages about 7% while the CPU stays at about 100% utilization. I would have thought that using the GPU for the conversion would put the GPU up around 100%, not the CPU. Is this normal behavior/performance?
              You and I seem to be having the same problem. I've tried using the Enlarger AI to up convert a 2 hour movie from 720 to 1080. When I start I'm told it will take approximately 67 hours to complete. I killed the conversion after about 20+ hours. I needed my PC and it was taking way too long. Makes no sense to me. Here's my stats:

              CPU i5 (10th Gen.) 2.50 GHz
              16MB Ram
              Intel UHD Graphics
              NVIDIA Gforce GTX 1650 Ti
              DVDFab 12.0.2.9

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                #8
                Originally posted by Merlin51 View Post

                You and I seem to be having the same problem. I've tried using the Enlarger AI to up convert a 2 hour movie from 720 to 1080. When I start I'm told it will take approximately 67 hours to complete. I killed the conversion after about 20+ hours. I needed my PC and it was taking way too long. Makes no sense to me. Here's my stats:

                CPU i5 (10th Gen.) 2.50 GHz
                16MB Ram
                Intel UHD Graphics
                NVIDIA Gforce GTX 1650 Ti
                DVDFab 12.0.2.9
                Please attach the below log files:
                dvdfab_ai.log
                libimg.log
                dvdfab_core.log
                dvdfab_internal.log
                fabcheck_internal.log

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                  #9
                  Yes processing time is very long, using AI vers 1011, my processing time for a small MP4 home video 25 minutes in length with 480X854 resolution. I selected from DVDFAB options "home video" "same resolution" and "High Quality" and the conversion took 3 hours on an i9 PC with 32gb ram with NVidia RTX 3080 (and the program said it supports this card) .

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                    #10
                    Much smaller file than I was working with. Mine was about 1.2GB. Conversion time was totally unacceptable.

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