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  1.    29 Sep 2017 #910
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    Quote Originally Posted by cereberus View Post
    Sure but even with video editing, the bottleneck is usually the cpu power. I find e.g. converting a file from wmv to mp4 takes same time near enough where on an hdd or ssd. If you have a really powerful CPU, the difference is probably more discernable.
    Sure, but video editing is SO much more than just compressing or converting something.

    Besides, using proper multi-GPU assisted compression and NOT using any app with the label Adobe, removes that conversion bottleneck quite quickly. Meaning 4K video compression in multi-pass can be achieved with speed faster than real time. And that requires fast storage with low latencies.
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  2.    29 Sep 2017 #911
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    Quote Originally Posted by slicendice View Post
    Sure, but video editing is SO much more than just compressing or converting something.

    Besides, using proper multi-GPU assisted compression and NOT using any app with the label Adobe, removes that conversion bottleneck quite quickly. Meaning 4K video compression in multi-pass can be achieved with speed faster than real time. And that requires fast storage with low latencies.
    If I could afford such hardware..........

    Reality is for most average users, ssds for video storage is costly compared with hdds.
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  3.    29 Sep 2017 #912
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kari View Post
    Second time ever I was not able to create ISO from Windows.old (W10 PRO x64 EN-US, upgrade from 16362). Required ESD file simply isn't there. Although this really should not happen, in most cases you can still make the ISO after the upgrade if you for any reason didn't do it before hitting Restart now button, I think it's a good idea to post this note from tutorial once again:

    warning   Warning
    Notice please: When Windows Update has finished downloading the UUP upgrade, the files needed to make the ISO are stored in a subfolder in C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download.

    These files will in some cases be removed when upgrade is done. If you want to make an ISO for future needs, you have to do it before starting the upgrade process itself, after downloading the upgrade files but before clicking Restart now button!


    Kari
    I never had that bad luck yet. Been doing it after restart since you posted that "golden" tutorial.
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  4.    30 Sep 2017 #913
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    Quote Originally Posted by cereberus View Post
    If I could afford such hardware..........

    Reality is for most average users, ssds for video storage is costly compared with hdds.
    Agree, SSD for long term storage is very costly and does not make much sense. I would also rather buy some HUGE HDD for that purpose. :-)
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  5.    03 Oct 2017 #914
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    Sorry for the repeat question, but I'm not sure I fully understand the answer to this question...

    boot.wim... It's on the ISO, but it's a RECOVERY boot file.

    Is there no way to get a regular boot BOOT.WIM file? Reason I ask is because I'm using Windows Deployment Server, and need boot.wim to add the current boot image.

    I know I can boot off an old BOOT.WIM, but was hoping to get latest boot image. Is this possible?
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  6.    03 Oct 2017 #915
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    Quote Originally Posted by Win10PrevUsr View Post
    Sorry for the repeat question, but I'm not sure I fully understand the answer to this question...

    boot.wim... It's on the ISO, but it's a RECOVERY boot file.

    Is there no way to get a regular boot BOOT.WIM file? Reason I ask is because I'm using Windows Deployment Server, and need boot.wim to add the current boot image.

    I know I can boot off an old BOOT.WIM, but was hoping to get latest boot image. Is this possible?
    Windows Upgrade files always consist of 5 parts, Boot Image (WinPE), Recovery Image (WinRE, which is actually just WinPE with recovery tools added), and the actual Windows Edition Image (which is what you will be installing on your HDD, eg. Home, Pro, Enterprise etc...), Inbox Apps and language files for your Windows Edition, and finally the Boot Media Setup Files.

    I recommend always taking a full backup of the setup files and not just relying on UUP2ISO from start to finish. I always do this first, and only create ISO if I need one later. This enables me to be in full control of what of the setup files I want to put where.
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  7.    03 Oct 2017 #916
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    Quote Originally Posted by Win10PrevUsr View Post
    Sorry for the repeat question, but I'm not sure I fully understand the answer to this question...

    boot.wim... It's on the ISO, but it's a RECOVERY boot file.

    Is there no way to get a regular boot BOOT.WIM file? Reason I ask is because I'm using Windows Deployment Server, and need boot.wim to add the current boot image.

    I know I can boot off an old BOOT.WIM, but was hoping to get latest boot image. Is this possible?
    Unlike complete ESD files, UUP distribution do not contain any boot.wim images

    however, as far as i know, latest releases of uup-converter-wimlib script (currently v13) contain a workaround to create normal boot.wim of winre.wim (using setup files in ISO\sources)
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  8.    03 Oct 2017 #917
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    Quote Originally Posted by slicendice View Post
    I recommend always taking a full backup of the setup files and not just relying on UUP2ISO from start to finish. I always do this first, and only create ISO if I need one later. This enables me to be in full control of what of the setup files I want to put where.
    This is a good idea. Thanks for that, slice. Now that I have rs_3 on this slow Acer I need not waste time making an ISO straightway. I can do it later if need be.
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  9.    03 Oct 2017 #918
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    Question > I do not see this in the tutorial unless I'm overlooking it. I made an ISO in which it said it was finished, however, I cannot find it in the UUPtoISO folder. There's only the one made during last update. Does the existing old one affect the program to place the new one there?

    Another thing I noticed is that I have 2 windows.old folders in which the (1) has empty Users and my user folders of which it won't allow me to delete. I suppose I'll try disk cleanup. Weird.


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  10.    03 Oct 2017 #919
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bilal66 View Post
    Unlike complete ESD files, UUP distribution do not contain any boot.wim images

    however, as far as i know, latest releases of uup-converter-wimlib script (currently v13) contain a workaround to create normal boot.wim of winre.wim (using setup files in ISO\sources)
    boot.wim/WinPE.wim is exactly the same as recovery.wim/WinRE.wim, except WinRE has a few more fonts and the actual recovery tools...and that's it. They are both based on same stuff.
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