|Michael Reber 951f072b26 Speedup File check using 'HEVC' filename checking and other improvements||1 week ago|
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|convert_Videos.ps1||1 week ago|
|mediainfo.exe||3 months ago|
A PowerShell script for converting video to the HEVC video format using GPU hardware acceleration with NVEnc for Windows.
The main advantage is that you can (usually) save a lot of disk space this way.
Results vary and depend on the input video’s format, bitrate etc.
During encoding (conversion), high CPU and GPU usage is normal. Make sure that you only run the script if no other graphics processes are running on the computer. (Example computer games)
The script converts the files next to the original with ‘-HEVC’ at the end or by replacing the string x264 (old) in the file name with x265. After conversion, a test of the new video file is performed to ensure its integrity. If this test is successful, the old file is deleted. If not, the failed conversion file is deleted and logged.