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July 30, 2018 at 07:54 in reply to: H.264 and "Disable multi-pass encoding" – does it work together? #19174martinidryParticipant
Hi @graywolf, yes, it seems to be the same problem. The image is blurry and lacks details. I followed your recommendation from this thread and disabled “client side image post-processing” and it seems to be doing the job, thanks.
By the way, disabling multi-pass encoding seems to affect audio quality as well. When I let e.g. a video on youtube play @firefox and then I start another program, or I try to browse pictures, sound is “choking”. It happens even with audio set to lowest quality. My both server & client are quite powerful and they do not show very high load, network is 10G.
@enverex, hardware acceleration works:
Info: Using Nvidia H.264 hardware encoder.
Info: Using desktop manager for screen updates.
Info: Using DirectX for screen updates.
3960 3188 14:05:21 084.122 GPUEngine: Configuring GPU resources.July 27, 2018 at 08:43 in reply to: H.264 and "Disable multi-pass encoding" – does it work together? #19155martinidryParticipant
Does the log on your side confirm that hardware acceleration is being used, or is it falling back to software like mine?
I will check the logs when I will be back home on Saturday.
Rather than a low quality, I see a sort of light “shift” in colors.
Well, what I could observe was really bad quality – I tried to view the pictures in the remote session and it was really unacceptable. With multi-pass encoding pictures were gradually reaching the original quality.
Thanks for opening the Trouble Report!