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Handbrake 1.3.0 (The open source video transcoder) ist verfügbar.




Release Highlights

All platforms
- HandBrake is now translated into many more languages
- Redesigned queue UI
- Removed Windows Mobile presets
- See the list of compatible replacements on GitHub
- Improved log output by silencing many lines at standard log level
- Improved quality of Gmail presets slightly
- Added Playstation 2160p60 4K Surround preset (supports PS4 Pro)
- Added Discord and Discord Nitro presets
- Updated Intel Quick Sync Video to use Direct3D 11 API
- Updated minimum title scan duration to only apply to disc-based sources like Blu-ray and DVD
- Improved detection of MPEG-1 video in program streams
- Improved interface to FFmpeg avfilter and color handling
- Improved Nvidia NVENC constant quality encoding slightly by not setting qmin and qmax
- Replaced pp7 Deblock filter with FFmpeg Deblock filter
- Added support for reading Ultra HD Blu-ray discs (without copy protection)
- Added support for reading AV1 via libdav1d
- Added encoding to WebM container format
- Added Chroma Smooth filter (CLI only)
- Added zero-copy path for Intel QSV encoding removed in a previous release
- Added support for Intel QSV low power encoding (lowpower=1)
- Added support for AMD VCE encoding on Linux via Vulkan
- Added ability to select x265 encoder level and Fast Decode tune
- Updated audio resampling code to use FFmpeg swresample instead of libsamplerate
- Added source audio bit rate to tracks list
- Added ability to select unknown language tracks
- Added automatic track name pass through
- Added ability to import external SSA/ASS subtitles
- Added ability to select unknown language tracks
- Added automatic track name pass through
Command line interface
- Added additional unit aliases to --start-at and --stop-at, notably seconds and frames
Build system
- HandBrake now builds with libnuma on Linux
- Fixed Python bytestrings causing newlines to be ignored in build output
- Fixed Xcode ignoring make jobs parameter and utilizing all CPU cores (macOS only)
- Updated configure to enable most hardware encoders by default where appropriate by platform
- Updated all scripts for compatibility with Python 3
- Updated mac-toolchain-build script with newer tool versions many improvements
- Updated mingw-w64-build script with mingw-w64 6.0.0, GCC 9.2, and many improvements
- Improved compatibility with GCC 9 and recent Clang releases
- Improved compatibility with recent Xcode releases (macOS only)
- Improved host/build semantics
- Improved namespace isolation
- Improved handling of all options passed to configure
- Improved configure help output
- Improved detection of missing executable dependencies during configure
- Added support for building on NetBSD
- Added --harden configure parameter to enable buffer overflow protections
- Added --sandbox configure parameter to enable sandbox build target on macOS
- Added --enable-gtk4 configure parameter to build with GTK 4 instead of GTK 3
- Added summary of build options to configure output
- Miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements
Third-party libraries
- Removed libraries
- libsamplerate (audio resampling)
- Updated libraries
- AMF 1.4.9 (AMD VCE encoding)
- bzip2 1.0.8 (general)
- FDK AAC 2.0.1 (AAC audio encoding, must compile from source)
- FFmpeg 4.2.1 (decoding and filters)
- FreeType 2.10.1 (subtitles)
- Fribidi 1.0.7 (subtitles)
- HarfBuzz 2.6.4 (subtitles)
- Jansson 2.12 (JSON architecture)
- libbluray 1.1.2 (Blu-ray decoding)
- libdav1d 0.5.1 (AV1 decoding)
- libdvdnav 6.0.1 (DVD decoding)
- libdvdread 6.0.2 (DVD decoding)
- libiconv 1.16 (character encoding support)
- libmfx (Intel QSV support)
- libogg 1.3.4 (Xiph codecs support)
- libopus 1.3.1 (Opus audio encoding)
- libvorbis 1.3.6 (Vorbis audio encoding)
- libvpx 1.8.1 (VP8/VP9 video encoding)
- libxml2 2.9.9 (general)
- nv-codec-headers (Nvidia NVENC encoding)
- x265 3.2.1 (H.265/HEVC video encoding)
- Fixed slider control not showing complete values
- Updated translations (levels of completeness vary):
- Czech
- Chinese
- French
- German
- Italian
- Japanese
- Korean
- Norwegian
- Russian
- Spanish
- Thai
- Added translations (levels of completeness vary):
- Afrikaans
- Basque
- Croatian
- Dutch
- Polish
- Portuguese
- Romanian
- Slovak
- Swedish
- Turkish
- Ukrainian
- Added Intel QSV support to Flatpak (requires additional plugin installation)
- Added ability to double-click to edit audio track settings
- Added options to open encode log and log directory to actions menu on queue window
- Miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements
- HandBrake now requires OS X 10.11 El Capitan or later
- HandBrake is now sandboxed and uses the macOS hardened runtime
- Updated priority for low-priority threads on macOS to avoid potential stalls in future macOS
- Updated translations:
- German
- Added translations:
- French
- Italian
- Russian
- Added preference to disable preview image on summary tab
- Miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements
- Improved browse dialog recently used to fallback to parent directory
- Improved preferences layout
- Improved auto naming collision behavior and file overwriting
- Added preference to test selected notification sound
- Added preference to perform when done action immmediately without countdown
- Added preference to disable preview image on summary tab
- Added hardware.enabled option to portable.ini
- Added dark theme for Windows 10
- Added queue import/export removed in a previous release
- Added new low battery level and disk space safety measures
- Encoding jobs automatically pause when battery level is low, system sleep is allowed, and jobs resume when power is restored
- Encoding jobs automatically pause when disk space drops to critical levels
- Added translations (levels of completeness vary):
- French
- German
- Chinese
- Korean
- Russian
- Spanish
- Turkish
- Miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements


Vice Admiral Special
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Gibts irgendwelche Unterschiede in der Performance Skalierung mit hoher Zahl an Kernen?

Es ist ja einiges an Encoder updates drinnen.


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  • BOINC Pentathlon 2015
  • BOINC Pentathlon 2016
  • BOINC Pentathlon 2017
  • BOINC Pentathlon 2020
  • SETI@Home Intel-Race II
Ich habe es noch nicht ausprobiert.

--- Update ---

Bei heise steht heute im Artikel zum 3950x:

Der Video-Transcoder Handbrake kann mit dem Ryzen 9 3950X 83,8 Bilder pro Sekunde umwandeln (Fast-Preset, 1080p, 30-fps-Video) – knapp 20 Prozent mehr als der Ryzen 9 3900X und mehr als doppelt so viel wie der Core i9-9900K.


Vice Admiral Special
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Das klingt ja schonmal vielversprechend! Hängt auch sicherlich davon ab ob man in 264 oder 265 encodiert. Scheinbar kann der h.265/x265 codec erheblich besser mit vielen Kernen umgehen als noch der alte x264/h264
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