Page 12 – Benchmark your computer @4K with Handbrake 1.1 and H265!
4k HDR sample now on google drive:
Because many-core processors have low utilization doing 1080p recode, lets stress them out using 4k. Our new sample is a 4K HDR sample used to sell TVs.
For this test we’ll be using handbrake 1.1.0 (1.1.1 has been released, please use 1.1.0 from the linked archive) and its built-in h.265 mkv 2160p60 preset:
(if you’re upgrading and don’t see that preset, select « Reset Built-In Presets » under the Preset menu)
As before, go into Handbrake’s Preferences, make sure QuickSync Decoding is unchecked under Video, and check the box to put a copy of individual encode logs either with the same location or in a specified location.
The line we’re looking for is near the bottom of the log and looks like this:
encoded 1806 frames in 1709.87s (1.06 fps), 11820.04 kb/s, Avg QP:29.09
Report your results with your processor, stock/overclock speed, operating system, and ram speed/amount. I’ll pull the results into a spreadsheet and update this OP with the leaderboard from time to time.