[Libav-user] NvEnc 9.0 but requires NvEnc 9.1
dr.strashni at gmail.com
Sat Jan 11 08:16:47 EET 2020
> I'm trying to use Libav to encode a video to H.264 using Nvidia NvEnc.
> Unfortunately, I am working on a Windows Server VM (on which I do not have
> access to the Nvidia drivers) and the code fails saying it requires NvEnc
> 9.1, which is available with a higher generation of Nvidia drivers.
> After a brief search it appears I need to "downgrade" Libav to a version
> which uses NvEnc 9.0 instead of 9.1. I downloaded the .lib files from
> Zerano (from the main ffmpeg.org website), so I have no idea how to
> compile it. Is it possible somewhere to obtain those static libs directly
> for the version which supports NvEnc 9.0? What is that version, if anyone
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Here is a link to previous static builds of FFmpeg by Zeranoe.
https://ffmpeg.zeranoe.com/builds/win64/static/ Probably some of the
binaries will contain NVENC 9.0. See when NVENC 9.0 was released and
date match with the Zeranoe build.
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