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    I encoded that Pirates trailer a long time ago (practically my first H.264 encode), so maybe there's something wrong with it, or not.

    You can use FRAPS or in Windows Media Player -> View -> Statistics. When doing the testing, use the highest resolution as supported by your monitor.

    For the Simpsons 1080p (High Profile) trailer (and the Pirates trailer), I get around 19/20 FPS on my lowly Athlon 2500+ (NVIDIA FX 5700). On the same system, I can basically get full frames for the Bourne Ultimatum 1080p (Baseline) trailer. I used 1280x1024 resolution.

    This article does some H.264 testing with the NVIDIA 8800 Ultra card and the PureVideo HD acceleration:

    http://www.guru3d.com/article/Videocards/428/5/

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    how do you get the fps?
    Enable the OSD in ffdshow's config, or click the tray icon and see the OSD section during playback. For best performance, use a recent mplayer build; should be a little faster than ffdshow + a directshow player.

    And then there's the commercial CoreaAVC decoder.

    admin, what is the source for these clips? Apple HD trailers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by anonymez View Post
    admin, what is the source for these clips? Apple HD trailers?
    Yes. Easiest way for me to get some 1080p sources to test encoding.

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    In-loop deblocking is too strong in their trailers for my taste, the sharpness is there but the detail isn't (OK for animated content though).

    Uploaded a short clip here. Sourced from a 1080p MPEG2 capture, encoded at 720p ~7mbps x264 High Profile; I think it shows what 720p should look like.
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