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Old 14th April 2020, 23:25   #1701  |  Link
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i installed Vapoursynth and the requiring packages just to test it out. it's possible to use it with mkv files converting to x265 using staxrip? what settings i need to use so staxrip use Vapoursynth? thanks in advance for any advice!
There's a couple things AVISynth does that Vaporsynth doesn't (yet) SuperRes is one
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Old 15th April 2020, 06:56   #1702  |  Link
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because avisynth uses lower RAM
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Rigaya's NVenc 5.0 released
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SVT-AV1 v0.8.2 released 7 hours ago

https://github.com/OpenVisualCloud/S...ses/tag/v0.8.2

Latest SVT-AV1 encoder release brings new command line parameters,which is why Staxrip (2.1.0.8) integration should be revised, please.

I'm using following custom cmd right now:

--preset 6 --keyint 255 --irefresh-type 2 --scm 2

So just -q you can be set in staxrip GUI window.

The default value --irefresh-type 1 results in a problem to seek/skip in video stream. The problem seems to be known, but i can't find a solution. Maybe you know how to merge SVT-AV1 open GOPs with mkvmerge correctly, otherwise maybe you can think about to recommend users to use --irefresh-type 2 and longer GOPs up to 255 (256) in staxrip for now.

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Is there something like 'analyse source' in staxrip?
I like this option which is present in MeGUI but I haven't found it in staxrip.
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https://github.com/OpenVisualCloud/S...ses/tag/v0.8.2

Latest SVT-AV1 encoder release brings new command line parameters,which is why Staxrip (2.1.0.8) integration should be revised, please.

I'm using following custom cmd right now:

--preset 6 --keyint 255 --irefresh-type 2 --scm 2

So just -q you can be set in staxrip GUI window.

The default value --irefresh-type 1 results in a problem to seek/skip in video stream. The problem seems to be known, but i can't find a solution. Maybe you know how to merge SVT-AV1 open GOPs with mkvmerge correctly, otherwise maybe you can think about to recommend users to use --irefresh-type 2 and longer GOPs up to 255 (256) in staxrip for now.
I tested Staxrip 2.1.0.9 test build. Integration of the modified SVT AV1 parameters works. --irefresh-type 1 is still not decoded correctly. So I assume that you haven't found a solution to the problem yet either.

Thanks for good and very fast implementation.
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where i can download the latest beta releases for StaxRip? since 2.1.0.1 i can't locate any download of the beta releases, only know about them in the changelog.md file. right now is at 2.1.0.9 and https://staxrip.readthedocs.io/intro.html#download send me to an page doesn't exist error! TIA!
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Question why do we have the msvc version of x265? What is it good for?
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Question why do we have the msvc version of x265? What is it good for?
It was requested by some users and is not difficult to create. Compared to gcc8, it did better, but since gcc9 and above, this advantage has been gone.
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Since Version 2.1.0.8 DGIndex is missing in package. But it is needet for mpeg2, vob etc.
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In v2.1.0.9 DGIndex is disabled by default, it can be enabled in the settings dialog.

The author had requested to remove it from the distribution.
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Is there any alternate for this "vob mpg DGIndex" problem?
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Old 22nd April 2020, 17:09   #1715  |  Link
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You can still use DGIndex, you just have to activate it in the settings. DGIndex should just not be distributed with the package. And if you don't have DGIndex ready, you can download it.
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Is there any way to change the 'FLAC' audio encoding profile to use a FLAC binary instead of ffmpeg? Have a recently compiled FLAC binary I wanted to use but despite trying a few things I can't seem to make it available as an option so would appreciate any advice - guessing I'm missing something obvious.
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DGIndex should just not be distributed with the package.
Even the latest Version 1.5.8 of DGIndex/DGDecode is still licensed under the GPL. This means that it can be distributed without the author's permission as long as the GPL requirements are fulfilled. Of course the friendly way is to ask the author for permission, but for GPL software this is not required.
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Is there any way to change the 'FLAC' audio encoding profile to use a FLAC binary instead of ffmpeg? Have a recently compiled FLAC binary I wanted to use but despite trying a few things I can't seem to make it available as an option so would appreciate any advice - guessing I'm missing something obvious.
I think you can use eac3to as encoder (there is an Encoder option), the libFLAC.dll it uses is from 2019.

There is a generic command line audio encoder where a custom command line can be used.

This generic audio encoder is probably still based on bat files and the general policy is to remove bat files from everywhere, it's probably the last feature where bat is used, there will be a replacement then, possibly using cmd.exe directly without bat file like the generic command line video encoder or more or less all command lines staxrip executes for job processing.

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Even the latest Version 1.5.8 of DGIndex/DGDecode is still licensed under the GPL. This means that it can be distributed without the author's permission as long as the GPL requirements are fulfilled. Of course the friendly way is to ask the author for permission, but for GPL software this is not required.
Yeah, you're right but Stax wrote:

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The author had requested to remove it from the distribution.
And you can follow the discuss in the other staxrip thread.
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Thanks for the advice stax76, will try those.
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