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About Silitus

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  • Birthday 1997-09-29

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  • CPU
    i7 3770
  • Motherboard
    Asus p8z77-m
  • RAM
    4x4 GB Corsair 1333MHz DDR3
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 970 Windforce
  • Case
    Phanteks Enthoo Luxe | white
  • Storage
    Samasung 850 pro 256GB + 3 HDDs
  • PSU
    be quiet Dark Power Pro 11 | 650W
  • Display(s)
    old Samsung 24" 1080p TV (60Hz)
  • Cooling
    Corsair H110
  • Keyboard
    Logitech g19
  • Mouse
    Logitech g700s
  • Sound
    Logitech g930
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64bit

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  1. Silitus

    Archive edited gaming videos

    I started to test a bit and even though it may be overkill i went with a CRF of 14 for my videos. I would say it is visually lossless and shuld hopefully have enough quality to "survive" another encode if needed for e.g. a best of.
  2. Silitus

    Archive edited gaming videos

    Thanks. I think i will go with a high quality h.264 as you suggested. Would be by far the most convinient way to go. I plan to keep the files for maybe 3 years max. Do you have any suggestions for bitrate/ CRF so i can use it as a reference to start on?
  3. Hello, like many others i record gaming videos as a hobby. Many things i learned from just looking them up, but there is one thing i don't find much information about. How to archive your projects without loosing too much quality or disk space. Right now i record my gameplay with OBS and throw it, sometimes with footage from my Canon 650d, into premiere CS 6, editing it and exporting it into lagarith lossless for Handbreak encoding. All my videos are 1080p 60fps. Now i would like to safe them in high quality in case i want to do a best of in the future, or need to reupload a video. I'm considering to use a high bitrate/ CRF version of h.264 to keep a small filesize. I already experimented with DNxHD/ DNxHR and the files are deffinetly getting too big to handle. Does anyone have experience with this kind of archiving and can suggest some settings to start on? Or even another free codec i should consider?
  4. Silitus

    Pre-download WUs?

    In fact there is an option for boinc. You can set for how much time you want to save wu's locally. I think it is right in the first setting page.
  5. Silitus

    GPU Folding not working

    Ok good I tried folding with the newest drivers and it still does not work. Guess i will stick with boinc then
  6. Silitus

    1050 2gb for 4k 60hz movies.

    since the 1050ti seems to support HDCP 2.2 it should work just fine.
  7. Silitus

    GPU Folding not working

    Try the driver version 373.06 and see if it works with that. That's the last known version that seemed to work without any issues. If that does not help try turning on the f@h screensaver, which does nothing else than displays the viewer the hole time
  8. Silitus

    GPU Folding not working

    Interesting. So maybe the new drivers work again, so i can run a few workunits when my pc is not running boinc or games
  9. Silitus

    GPU Folding not working

    What driver version are you using? The newer drivers don't work for folding
  10. I use my laptop (i5 6200u) with the Chrome browser folding, whenever i can plug it in the wall at university. My main PC (i7 3770 and GTX 970) runs Boinc over night.
  11. Silitus

    Video Editing, Cards for the job?

    As far as i know, a Quadro is only "woth" the money when editing 10 Bit colour or heavy specific 3D modeling. For normal Let's Play use, you won't see a difference in performance. In fact, newer consumer GPUs (when supported by your editing software) will perform better than an outdated Quadro.
  12. Yeah I will check it out and decide which project I would like to support. I remember Boinc beeing a bit more difficult to use, at least a few years back. But I am sure I will find good guides here for setting everything up. I would like to focus on projects with medical or enviromental research, which I can do in the idle times of my pc and over night. Any suggestions?
  13. I would like to use f@h for heating my room. But since it's main purpose is gaming, especially Battlefield 1(which won't run without newer drivers), i can't use my GTX 970 due to driverissues. Hopefully that will change in the near future, so i won't catch a cold