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Old 20th June 2019, 16:37   #16981  |  Link
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Hi there,

I been encoding some episode blu-rays in batch mode normally in 1080p without cropping but I would like to crop to - 1440x1080 what is the best way to do this in ripbot batch mode? thanks for the help
Use the auto crop (check box) or manually do it via the GUI or by editing the job files, which can be done in batch with something like NotePad++.
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Old 21st June 2019, 19:31   #16982  |  Link
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I'm trying to use SeeSaw with RipBot: http://avisynth.nl/index.php/SeeSaw
https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=104701
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Call it from your script like this:
a= last
b=a.yourfavoritedenoiser()
SeeSaw(a,b, NRlimit=3, NRlimit2=4, Sstr=1.5, Slimit=5, Spower=5, Sdamplo=6, Szp=16)
This also came up a few years ago for RipBot: https://forum.doom9.org/showpost.php...ostcount=12597
But the application of SeeSaw was different.

Problem is that this doesn't work:
Code:
super=MSuper(video,pel=2)
fv1=MAnalyse(super,isb=false,delta=1,overlap=4)
bv1=MAnalyse(super,isb=true,delta=1,overlap=4)
fv2=MAnalyse(super,isb=false,delta=2,overlap=4)
bv2=MAnalyse(super,isb=true,delta=2,overlap=4)
a=last
b=a.MDegrain2(super,bv1,fv1,bv2,fv2,thSAD=400)
video=SeeSaw(a,b)
Now I know this isn't working because in RipBot I need to feed "video" into this such as (excluding the MD2 stuff from the first example):
Code:
a=last
b=video.MDegrain2(super,bv1,fv1,bv2,fv2,thSAD=400)
video=SeeSaw(a,b)
But now SeeSaw isn't getting fed video, but I know I can't also define video twice and if I define "a=video" I can't define the "last" such as (excluding the MD2 stuff from the first example):
Code:
a=video
b=a.MDegrain2(super,bv1,fv1,bv2,fv2,thSAD=400)
video=SeeSaw(a,b)
While it "works" it isn't telling SeeSaw to do a comparison, rather a direct sharpening.
So it should be something like (excluding the MD2 stuff from the first example):
Code:
video=last
b=video.MDegrain2(super,bv1,fv1,bv2,fv2,thSAD=400)
video=SeeSaw(video,b)
But now I'm back to MD2 not getting fed "video"
Any help?
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Old 21st June 2019, 20:13   #16983  |  Link
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Try this

Code:
#Denoise
noisyvideo=video
super=MSuper(video,pel=2)
fv1=MAnalyse(super,isb=false,delta=1,overlap=4)
bv1=MAnalyse(super,isb=true,delta=1,overlap=4)
fv2=MAnalyse(super,isb=false,delta=2,overlap=4)
bv2=MAnalyse(super,isb=true,delta=2,overlap=4)
video=MDegrain2(video,super,bv1,fv1,bv2,fv2,thSAD=400)
video=SeeSaw(noisyvideo,video)
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Old 21st June 2019, 21:59   #16984  |  Link
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Try this

Code:
#Denoise
noisyvideo=video
super=MSuper(video,pel=2)
fv1=MAnalyse(super,isb=false,delta=1,overlap=4)
bv1=MAnalyse(super,isb=true,delta=1,overlap=4)
fv2=MAnalyse(super,isb=false,delta=2,overlap=4)
bv2=MAnalyse(super,isb=true,delta=2,overlap=4)
video=MDegrain2(video,super,bv1,fv1,bv2,fv2,thSAD=400)
video=SeeSaw(noisyvideo,video)
Thank you so much. I spent a long time trying to figure that out.
I had the order wrong for RipBot.
Am I wrong in thinking that for the above "Video=" after another "Video=" has the logic of using the last "Video="
output as an input to the next "Video=" when you define "Video" as a source in a filter ie Filter(video)
So "video=MDegrain2(video,super,bv1,fv1,bv2,fv2,thSAD=400)" is getting sent to the next line that uses "Video" here:
"Video=SeeSaw(noisyvideo,video)"
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Old 25th June 2019, 16:42   #16985  |  Link
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If you put it in DE (Distributed Encoding) mode you can.
Settings > Distributed Encoding > "Wrench" next to the Active Servers count takes you to:
Encoding Server Command-Line Switches, such as:
``/port 1000 /minimize /priority low``
Awesome thanks! I didn't know about that. What's interesting is that it is already set to low...
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Old 25th June 2019, 16:48   #16986  |  Link
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New Stable x265 3.1: http://msystem.waw.pl/x265/
Release Notes: https://bitbucket.org/multicoreware/...leasenotes.rst
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Old 29th June 2019, 12:47   #16987  |  Link
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Well I found one that is still giving me a problem. I'm not sure what it is about this one file. I even remuxed it to a new MKV which didn't fix it...

It's weird because I've done more than 100 but this one is failing still. Oh well, just say no audio and remux later like Atak suggested
Did you extract the mkv file with makemkv, i found that makemkv on some uhd disc will corrupt the audio (only seen it with truehd/atmos). Remuxing the mkv file didnt do the trick, but using mkvtoolnix to to open the non-encrypted uhd disc and extract the movie, the sound dosnt has a glitch and ripbot dosnt complain and all is fine.
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Old 30th June 2019, 09:14   #16988  |  Link
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Wondering about the order of the AviSynth operations.
I don't believe the order is simple start of script to bottom of script in RipBot, no?
I wanted to know which of these come first:
  • #After_Prefetch_Denoise
  • #Deinterlace
  • #Custom
I am guessing from testing that #Deinterlace is before #Custom but wasn't sure about #After_Prefetch_Denoise
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Old 30th June 2019, 11:39   #16989  |  Link
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Yes! Believe it! Order of execution is from top to bottom.
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Old 1st July 2019, 06:09   #16990  |  Link
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Thank you for clarifying that. I was just over thinking it I guess after the SeeSaw business
Awesome dev work, you really have to be the easiest going Dev I've come across.
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Old 4th July 2019, 18:19   #16991  |  Link
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QoL (Quality of Life) suggestion:
For the edit screen under AviSynth, have the option to make the edit job screen larger so we don't have to click on the ">" to see more options
And/or the option to make the Edit Job screen larger so that the AviSynth info shows with options without having to click on "AviSynth"

Might just be me, but I've had a large enough resolution screen that I have plenty of space for the Edit Job and main RipBot screen to show more for a while now.
Just a thought, thank you.
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I'm getting an error every time I attempt to use Ripbot. I'm not using DE so I don't know if the error is related to that bug or not. Here is the log I get when it crashes immediately after I start the encode.

E:\>"C:\Ripbot 264\Tools\ffmpeg\bin\ffmpeg.exe" -loglevel panic -i "E:\Temp\RipBot264temp\job1\job1.avs" -strict -1 -f yuv4mpegpipe - | "C:\Ripbot 264\tools\x264\x264_x64.exe" --colorprim bt709 --transfer bt709 --colormatrix bt709 --crf 18 --fps 24000/1001 --force-cfr --min-keyint 24 --keyint 240 --frames 151825 --sar 1:1 --level 4.0 --aud --nal-hrd vbr --vbv-bufsize 25000 --vbv-maxrate 25000 --b-pyramid none --stdin y4m --output "E:\Temp\RipBot264temp\video.264" -
y4m [error]: bad sequence header magic
x264 [error]: could not open input file `-'

E:\>"C:\Ripbot 264\tools\mkvtoolnix\mkvmerge.exe" -o "E:\Video Projects\JackRyan Shadow Recruit.mkv" --compression 0:none --title "JackRyan Shadow Recruit" --default-duration 0:24000/1001fps "E:\Temp\RipBot264temp\video.264" --compression 0:none --language 0:eng --sync 0:0 "E:\Temp\RipBot264temp\job1\audio_1_English.dtsma" --chapters "E:\Temp\RipBot264temp\job1\chapters.txt"
mkvmerge v33.1.0 ('Primrose') 64-bit
Error: The type of file 'E:\Temp\RipBot264temp\video.264' could not be recognized.
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Elapsed Time: 00h:00m:01s
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y4m [error]: bad sequence header magic
For some reason, ffmpeg is not able to pass the video output of the AviSynth job file into a pipe in Y4M format.
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Old 8th July 2019, 02:55   #16994  |  Link
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Try this


When I use Ripbot264 to convert a 9gb 1080p video, it always uses more than 14gb of my computer's RAM.(16gb total RAM)

When I convert the same video with Handbrak using similar settings, it uses less than 3gb of RAM.

I've tested many different videos and the results were always the same. Why is there such a huge difference in RAM usage?

Thanks!

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Check in process explorer or process hacker what particular process eats memory.
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Check in process explorer or process hacker what particular process eats memory.
I tried several different settings.

Apparently it only only eats up almost all of my available RAM(14gb or more, out of 16gb) if I choose a video bit rates. If I encode using one of the CQ settings(18 to 24), then Ripbot264 only uses less than 4gb of RAM during encoding.
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I tried several different settings.

Apparently it only only eats up almost all of my available RAM(14gb or more, out of 16gb) if I choose a video bit rates. If I encode using one of the CQ settings(18 to 24), then Ripbot264 only uses less than 4gb of RAM during encoding.
What exact procesu does consume all memory ? X264.exe,x265.exe or ffmpeg.exe ...
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Not sure about licensing and all that but any chance of updating to FDKv2?
https://github.com/mstorsjo/fdk-aac/releases/tag/v2.0.0

Not sure there have been the same updates to their FHG encoder

I know Stax has QAAC https://sites.google.com/site/qaacpage/
But not sure how they get around the iTunes being needed.
Remember, with QAAC, it only needs some of the binaries from iTunes. On the QAAC site, there's a batch file and when given the iTunes installer, it extracts the needed binaries.

https://sites.google.com/site/qaacpage/cabinet
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My computers at home are older, so I 've been using my work-issued Lenovo business laptop to do my video encodings.

It has i7-8850H CPU, 32gb ram, 512gb M.2 SSD and Win10 Enterprise installed.

I only use Ripbot264. This laptop always finishes encoding 30% faster than my home PCs.

However, when I select HEVC in Ripbot264, the same video that only takes 2 hours to encode will now take almost 6+ hours.

Is this normal because it takes longer to encode into HEVC x265?

Thanks!

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My computers at home are older, so I 've been using my work-issued Lenovo business laptop to do my video encodings.

It has i7-8850H CPU, 32gb ram, 512gb M.2 SSD and Win10 Enterprise installed.

I only use Ripbot264. This laptop always finishes encoding 30% faster than my home PCs.

However, when I select HEVC in Ripbot264, the same video that only takes 2 hours to encode will now take almost 6+ hours.

Is this normal because it takes longer to encode into HEVC x265?

Thanks!
Yes this is normal. x265 offers higher compression than x264 but requires more time to encode.
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