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Old 19th May 2012, 03:05   #801  |  Link
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hey lord, please add basic audio demux/muxing support and it will be perfectly simple
no need for any encoding like MeGUI, just demux the original audio and mux it into mkv with the time delay if there is any
keep up the good work, its seems stable on my computer
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Old 19th May 2012, 03:27   #802  |  Link
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hey lord, please add basic audio demux/muxing support and it will be perfectly simple
no need for any encoding like MeGUI, just demux the original audio and mux it into mkv with the time delay if there is any
keep up the good work, its seems stable on my computer
Please read the section about audio encoding from the Readme file!
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Old 19th May 2012, 10:05   #803  |  Link
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Hi Dude
How To use (Simple x264 Launcher) software...?
Can you Help me ?
Example : I want to encode m720p and how to setup software
Thanks Mate
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I want this command-line to enter simple x264 software

x264-- 1280*544 -- bitrate 2600 -- ac3 5.1 48000 448 Kbps -- mkv -- 23.976 fps

what is the command-line ?

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Old 19th May 2012, 12:39   #804  |  Link
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Hi Dude
How To use (Simple x264 Launcher) software...?
Can you Help me ?
Example : I want to encode m720p and how to setup software
Thanks Mate
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I want this command-line to enter simple x264 software

x264-- 1280*544 -- bitrate 2600 -- ac3 5.1 48000 448 Kbps -- mkv -- 23.976 fps

what is the command-line ?

Thanks mate
This is a GUI program. The program itself does not use or need a command-line.

Moreover it will generate the command-line that is needed to call the encoder for you. And, as this is a front-end to x264, audio encoding is not currently possible.

...with the exceptions mentioned in the README file.
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Old 23rd May 2012, 18:01   #805  |  Link
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...with the exceptions mentioned in the README file.
Is the Readme file up to date? or am I missing something?
I pulled down the latest (I think..) JEEB x264 revision 2184 from http://x264.nl/, tested the --acodec option and it worked fine. Copying that version to the Launcher/toolset folder invokes an out-of date message. "Your revision of x264 is too old. Minimum required revision is 2189"
Please help, Regards Michael.

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Old 23rd May 2012, 18:15   #806  |  Link
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Is the Readme file up to date? or am I missing something?
I pulled down the latest (I think..) JEEB x264 revision 2184 from http://x264.nl/, tested the --acodec option and it worked fine. Copying that version to the Launcher/toolset folder invokes an out-of date message. "Your revision of x264 is too old. Minimum required revision is 2189"
Please help, Regards Michael.
I don't think the builds from http://x264.nl/ (although built by JEEB too now) include the audio support patch!

The builds from JEEB's web-site do include that patch. But, as you have noticed, JEEB has't updated these builds for a while. They're still at r2184.

You either have to wait for JEEB to update his patched builds or you must decrease the minimum required x264 version manually.

(The Simple x264 Launcher contains that check to prevent people from encoding with outdated x264 versions - as many people tend to do)
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Thanks for the quick response. I sent JEEB a question regarding an upgrade, Lets see what comes back.
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I think option to minimize to system tray when close might become handy too
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Old 27th May 2012, 12:50   #809  |  Link
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I think option to minimize to system tray when close might become handy too
I will look for a way to implement this.
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Old 29th May 2012, 14:51   #810  |  Link
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Hi, I have a 4:3 720 x 576 video. Is the following the correct SAR to use?: 12:11
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Old 29th May 2012, 15:29   #811  |  Link
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720/576 * 12/11 = 1,363 ≈ 4/3
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isnt --fps valid x264 parameter? why do i get this error:
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Haven't been here in awhile, once again this gets better and better. I know audio is important but most will just re-mux the same audio back in, I would think, or just use the dts core. I love "Simple" x264 launcher and don't want it bloated up. Thanks again LoRd MuldeR!
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how can i force it to encode in 24fps?
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Hi LoRd_MuldeR. Want to thank you for this great app, which has now become the only one I use for converting from Avisynth scripts.

Would it be possible to add an option to hibernate after finishing any jobs rather than just shutdown? I very rarely use shutdown on my PC any more so hibernate would be a welcomed option, and the only addition I would really like to see.
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OK here's another one. I have a 352 x 576 PAL video. I would like an aspect ratio of 2.39:1. What calculation would I do in Wolfram Alpha to find out the SAR to use?

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Old 5th June 2012, 09:45   #817  |  Link
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OK here's another one. I have a 352 x 576 PAL video. I would like an aspect ratio of 2.39:1. What calculation would I do in Wolfram Alpha to find out the SAR to use?
I'd use --sar 43:11 which yields to 2.3888888888888888888888888888889 display aspect ratio. If you wanted to have 2.39:1 DAR precisely, the resulting SAR would be 2151:550 and I'm not sure if x264 (or H.264 specs) allow for such big numbers
The final error from 43:11 is negligible anyway, less than a pixel in horizontal resolution so no one cares about anyway.
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OK here's another one. I have a 352 x 576 PAL video. I would like an aspect ratio of 2.39:1. What calculation would I do in Wolfram Alpha to find out the SAR to use?
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Awesome tool. Thanks I will use that from now on. Just a question though. Mulder said for a 720 x 576 clip I should use 12:11 however your tool says 16:15. Which is correct? I tried both methods and both videos look the same as each other.
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Awesome tool. Thanks I will use that from now on. Just a question though. Mulder said for a 720 x 576 clip I should use 12:11 however your tool says 16:15. Which is correct? I tried both methods and both videos look the same as each other.
12:11 conforms to the ITU (International Telecommunication Union) standard. And is the method used for correcting the shape of non-square pixel standard-definition media.

16:15 is mathematically correct. And is the method used for correcting the shape of non-square pixel high-definition media.
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