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Old 15th May 2019, 05:16   #441  |  Link
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You can download a static x64 ffmpeg built with enabled --enable-libmp3lame here:

https://ffmpeg.zeranoe.com/builds
Works very well!
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Old 15th May 2019, 05:22   #442  |  Link
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With VapourSynth how can I use a code like SelectRangeEvery(x,x)?
https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.p...82#post1727482
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Old 16th May 2019, 12:56   #443  |  Link
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https://www.dropbox.com/sh/4ctl2y928...dd3yqcAHa?dl=0

https://1drv.ms/f/s!ArwKS_ZUR01gySQIE1QCL2i9F_uR

2.0.1.3
  • new: again new experimental icon, please give feedback if you like it,
    if it's not liked then it will be reverted to the classic icon, the problem
    with the classic icon is it looks outdated because it's not flat. The icon
    of the previous built was looking good but it was not dark mode compatible
  • new: added ConvertFromDoubleWidth to AviSynth profiles, it's useful to fix the
    double width output that l-smash outputs for 10 (or more) bit sources.
    The profiles were not reset so the changes are only available
    after reseting the profiles manually
  • new: in the x265 dialog it's possible to select the preferred piping tool,
    use at your own risk, not all combinations will work. In theory the included
    x265 built don't need a piping tool but I could not make it work without
    a piping tool. Options are: Automatic, None, vspipe, avs2pipemod, ffmpeg
  • update: ffmpeg, unlike the built before this one supports mp3 encoding
  • update: x264, x265
  • update: d2v vs filter plugin

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Old 16th May 2019, 14:47   #444  |  Link
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I hear that Nvidia GTX 1650 doesn't have Turing-encoding betting sites, it uses old Volta Nvidia Encoder (NVENC) for GPU-encoding.
https://www.tomshardware.com/news/nv...enc,39161.html
Thanks!
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Old 16th May 2019, 18:06   #445  |  Link
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Thanks stax76, I like the new grey icon.

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Old 16th May 2019, 18:16   #446  |  Link
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Thanks stax76, I like the new grey icon.

I've found the grey icon here:

https://www.flaticon.com/search/8?word=movie

There are two up votes on the tracker for the tombstone icon of 1.7 so it's still an option, it has also the problem that black is not dark mode compatible.

https://github.com/staxrip/staxrip/issues/1

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Old 16th May 2019, 20:10   #447  |  Link
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What filter so you recommend for 4k HDR encoding?

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DGIndexNV, It's not freeware though, But it fully supports HDR.

At times some of the other source filters can report bad info(Mainly the time). ffms being one of them. I had one video that time was 32 Mins but ffms only reported 28 Mins. L-Smash was a bit better or the other ffms2 variant.

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Old 16th May 2019, 20:19   #448  |  Link
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With VapourSynth how can I use a code like SelectRangeEvery(x,x)?
http://www.vapoursynth.com/doc/funct...lectevery.html

EX:

It would be something on the lines of:

clip = core.std.SelectEvery(clip = clip, cycle = x, offsets = list(range(0, 14)))
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http://www.vapoursynth.com/doc/funct...lectevery.html



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It would be something on the lines of:



clip = core.std.SelectEvery(clip = clip, cycle = x, offsets = list(range(0, 14)))
I can't figure out where to put it in staxrip. It seems to ignore if I add it manually. If i add it under the crop section it gives an error.

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Old 16th May 2019, 23:22   #450  |  Link
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Hi, I'm trying to encode a V210 capture (AVI YUV 422 10bits) to x265 10bits 4:2:0 using fmtconv.
It's working but I get very high RAM usage and a warning msg(memory limit exceeded).
what am I doing wrong? sorry, I'm a newbie. Thank you!









it works fine with AviSynth without having to use/configure fmtc but I would prefer to use VapourSynth/ffms2 if possible.




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I can't figure out where to put it in staxrip. It seems to ignore if I add it manually. If i add it under the crop section it gives an error.

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Here is an example:

https://postimg.cc/8F3SV104

@imhh11

The problem is not caused by something that staxrip does, I suggest creating a thread in the VapourSynth section of the forum because many experienced VapourSynth users don't read this thread.

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Old 17th May 2019, 01:04   #452  |  Link
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Hello Revan and stax76,
Are there any hardware accelerated source filters for VapourSynth that support 10-bit video?
From my tests I have found that only two of StaxRip's source filters output true 10bit (LWLibavSource and ffms2),
and ffms2 has VFR issues and poor automatic FPS detection so I am stuck only using LWLibavSource.
Both of them are software decoders (not great when decoding 4K HDR10 HEVC files).
I have tested NVDec, but it dithers 10bit to 8bit so I can't use it for 10bit encodes.
I would like to make use of my 1080Ti's HW decoding if possible, what do you recommend I do?
Is there some kind of undocumented setting for NVDec that enables 10bit output?
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Old 17th May 2019, 01:43   #453  |  Link
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Hi, I'm trying to encode a V210 capture (AVI YUV 422 10bits) to x265 10bits 4:2:0 using fmtconv.
It's working but I get very high RAM usage and a warning msg(memory limit exceeded).

https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.p...27#post1874627
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Hello Revan and stax76,
Are there any hardware accelerated source filters for VapourSynth that support 10-bit video?
From my tests I have found that only two of StaxRip's source filters output true 10bit (LWLibavSource and ffms2),
and ffms2 has VFR issues and poor automatic FPS detection so I am stuck only using LWLibavSource.
Both of them are software decoders (not great when decoding 4K HDR10 HEVC files).
I have tested NVDec, but it dithers 10bit to 8bit so I can't use it for 10bit encodes.
I would like to make use of my 1080Ti's HW decoding if possible, what do you recommend I do?
Is there some kind of undocumented setting for NVDec that enables 10bit output?
Hi and welcome Exaris,
you mean DGDecNV with NVDec?

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Old 17th May 2019, 02:02   #455  |  Link
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How to use "insertsign" function in StaxRip,
I went through settings and found out that I need to use "vapoursynth" in order to have "insertsign" enabled,
but whenever I try to change the filter to "vapoursynth" I get this error message:




So I decided to use VirtualDub as mentioned in the error message, but I get this:





I don't know much about python, so I don't know if it is because of python, or from ffms2.dll, or from something else.

I have this simple script which I tried to use with AVS filter but didn't work, it show errors:

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function insertsign(clip mainclip, clip overlayclip, int startframe, int "endframe") {
# make the endframe parameter optional (defaulting to where the overlay clip ends)
endframe = default(endframe,startframe+overlayclip.framecount()-1) # is endframe not specified?
endframe = (endframe == 0) ? startframe+overlayclip.framecount()-1 : endframe # is it specified but zero?
# is it specified but >= the main clip's last frame? (may have been caused by the previous line or specified by the user)
# in that case make it equal to the last frame of the main clip (this is important later)
endframe = (endframe >= mainclip.framecount()-1) ? mainclip.framecount()-1 : endframe


# make sure the special case startframe=1 is dealt with correctly
# (needed because trim(0,0) returns the entire clip, which is obviously not what we want)
# note that the first frame of the clip is zero, NOT one!
begin = (startframe == 1) ? mainclip.trim(0,-1) : mainclip.trim(0,startframe-1)
middle = mainclip.trim(startframe,endframe)
# make sure the special case endframe = last frame of the clip is handled properly.
end = (endframe == mainclip.framecount()-1) ? blankclip(mainclip,length=0) : mainclip.trim(endframe+1,0)

middleoverlay = Overlay(middle, overlayclip, mask=overlayclip.showalpha())

# deal with the special case startframe=0 (in which case we don't have anything before the overlay)
# note that trim(-1,0) does nothing (it returns the same as trim(0,0)...)
final = (startframe == 0) ? middleoverlay ++ end : begin ++ middleoverlay ++ end
return final
}
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Hello Revan and stax76,
Are there any hardware accelerated source filters for VapourSynth that support 10-bit video?
From my tests I have found that only two of StaxRip's source filters output true 10bit (LWLibavSource and ffms2),
and ffms2 has VFR issues and poor automatic FPS detection so I am stuck only using LWLibavSource.
Both of them are software decoders (not great when decoding 4K HDR10 HEVC files).
I have tested NVDec, but it dithers 10bit to 8bit so I can't use it for 10bit encodes.
I would like to make use of my 1080Ti's HW decoding if possible, what do you recommend I do?
Is there some kind of undocumented setting for NVDec that enables 10bit output?
If you are referring to DGDecNV and DGIndexNV then use
Code:
fulldepth=True
This is explained in the manual
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Old 17th May 2019, 03:14   #457  |  Link
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@Abu3safeer

It looks like VapourSynth isn't working, you can try to re-install Python 3.7.3 x64 and VapourSynth R45 x64.
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Thanks, went back and read it. This was the problem
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It looks like VapourSynth isn't working, you can try to re-install Python 3.7.3 x64 and VapourSynth R45 x64.
Thank you, I will try.
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Mmm... strange, it turned out that I have 32bit python, so I removed that and installed 64bit, but I get worse error message:



This happens the moment I put .vpy into "VirtualDub"

So According to "Access Violence" I thought running "VirtualDub" as Administrator would solve the problem, but looks like the same



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VirtualDub crash report -- build 35491 (release)
--------------------------------------

Disassembly:
00000000: 0000 add [eax], al <-- FAULT
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Built on Althena on Sun Oct 27 15:59:07 2013 using compiler version 1400

Windows 6.3 (Windows 7 x64 build 9600) []
Memory status: virtual free 1871M/2048M, commit limit 17868M, physical total 16312M

EAX = 00000000
EBX = 751d72a4
ECX = 00000000
EDX = 00000000
EBP = 0019e2f8
ESI = 0610812c
EDI = 06108108
ESP = 0019e2e4
EIP = 00000000
EFLAGS = 00210246
FPUCW = 027f
FPUTW = ffff

Crash reason: Access Violation

Crash context:
An out-of-bounds memory access (access violation) occurred in module 'VirtualDub'...

...reading address 00000000.

Pointer dumps:

EBX 751d72a0: 70dd8bac 00000001 00000000 000000c0 46000000 000001e1 00000000 000000c0
ESI 06108128: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000000f
EDI 06108108: 663dbd80 663dbd58 663dbe24 663dbdbc 00000001 00000000 00000000 00000000
ESP 0019e2e0: 663c2234 663c224b 06108108 0019fad4 663c4320 ffffffff 0019e30c 663d61b0
0019e300: fffffffc 0610eca4 00afe7a8 0019e31c 663d5eed 0019e54c 663d5ec0 0019e3fc
0019e320: 75269e3b 0610eca4 751d72a4 0019e54c 00000000 00afe7a8 0019e54c 00300030
0019e340: 00afe7a8 0610eca4 0019e54c 751d72a4 00000062 00000000 00000000 00000000
EBP 0019e2f8: 0019e30c 663d61b0 fffffffc 0610eca4 00afe7a8 0019e31c 663d5eed 0019e54c
0019e318: 663d5ec0 0019e3fc 75269e3b 0610eca4 751d72a4 0019e54c 00000000 00afe7a8
0019e338: 0019e54c 00300030 00afe7a8 0610eca4 0019e54c 751d72a4 00000062 00000000
0019e358: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000

Thread call stack:
663c224b: VSScript!_vsscript_getVSApi@0 [663c0000+2210+3b]
663d61b0: vsvfw!DllCanUnloadNow [663d0000+5f00+2b0]
663d5eed: vsvfw!DllGetClassObject [663d0000+5ec0+2d]
75269e3b: combase!CoGetCurrentLogicalThreadId [751b0000+b6470+39cb]
75269cd3: combase!CoGetCurrentLogicalThreadId [751b0000+b6470+3863]
77b63779: ntdll!RtlAllocateHeap [77b20000+41f00+1879]
774e440b: ucrtbase!_o_malloc [774b0000+34320+eb]
75269c7f: combase!CoGetCurrentLogicalThreadId [751b0000+b6470+380f]
75269b78: combase!CoGetCurrentLogicalThreadId [751b0000+b6470+3708]
75269b3b: combase!CoGetCurrentLogicalThreadId [751b0000+b6470+36cb]
7526b605: combase!CoGetCurrentLogicalThreadId [751b0000+b6470+5195]
7526e4f5: combase!CoGetMarshalSizeMax [751b0000+bcd40+17b5]
7529d1f0: combase!CoSetErrorInfo [751b0000+eca20+7d0]
7529d21d: combase!CoSetErrorInfo [751b0000+eca20+7fd]
7526d8ed: combase!CoGetMarshalSizeMax [751b0000+bcd40+bad]
7526b824: combase!CoGetCurrentLogicalThreadId [751b0000+b6470+53b4]
7526b8fe: combase!CoGetCurrentLogicalThreadId [751b0000+b6470+548e]
7526beb8: combase!CoGetCurrentLogicalThreadId [751b0000+b6470+5a48]
7526ba2a: combase!CoGetCurrentLogicalThreadId [751b0000+b6470+55ba]
7526bc55: combase!CoGetCurrentLogicalThreadId [751b0000+b6470+57e5]
7526bb57: combase!CoGetCurrentLogicalThreadId [751b0000+b6470+56e7]
7526d7c8: combase!CoGetMarshalSizeMax [751b0000+bcd40+a88]
7526b9c0: combase!CoGetCurrentLogicalThreadId [751b0000+b6470+5550]
7526d8b6: combase!CoGetMarshalSizeMax [751b0000+bcd40+b76]
7526d9ca: combase!CoGetMarshalSizeMax [751b0000+bcd40+c8a]
7526d9fd: combase!CoGetMarshalSizeMax [751b0000+bcd40+cbd]
7526d991: combase!CoGetMarshalSizeMax [751b0000+bcd40+c51]
7526d8bd: combase!CoGetMarshalSizeMax [751b0000+bcd40+b7d]
7526e4f5: combase!CoGetMarshalSizeMax [751b0000+bcd40+17b5]
752a68b2: combase!CoCreateInstance [751b0000+f5900+fb2]
77b6d147: ntdll!RtlConvertSidToUnicodeString [77b20000+4ce90+2b7]
77b6d147: ntdll!RtlConvertSidToUnicodeString [77b20000+4ce90+2b7]
77b6cffa: ntdll!RtlConvertSidToUnicodeString [77b20000+4ce90+16a]
77b6d022: ntdll!RtlConvertSidToUnicodeString [77b20000+4ce90+192]
77b5d997: ntdll!RtlAppendUnicodeToString [77b20000+3d940+57]
77b6cdfe: ntdll!RtlFormatCurrentUserKeyPath [77b20000+4cd70+8e]
77b650a0: ntdll!RtlFreeHeap [77b20000+44ec0+1e0]
77b575d2: ntdll!RtlAppendUnicodeStringToString [77b20000+37590+42]
752a5692: combase!RoGetActivationFactory [751b0000+f2b90+2b02]
752a4eda: combase!RoGetActivationFactory [751b0000+f2b90+234a]
752a4fd4: combase!RoGetActivationFactory [751b0000+f2b90+2444]
77b909fc: ntdll!NtCreateFile [77b20000+709f0+c]
6a5d085c: apphelp!DWM8And16Bit_RestoreDisplayMode_CallOut [6a560000+6a2f0+656c]
752f375d: combase!InternalTlsAllocData [751b0000+141310+244d]
752a66d9: combase!CoCreateInstance [751b0000+f5900+dd9]
752a625c: combase!CoCreateInstance [751b0000+f5900+95c]
77b905fc: ntdll!NtQueryValueKey [77b20000+705f0+c]
7634dd47: KERNELBASE!RegOpenKeyExInternalW [76250000+fdc10+137]
7634d6f3: KERNELBASE!RegQueryValueExW [76250000+fd620+d3]
76b7e769: advapi32!SetNamedSecurityInfoW [76b60000+1e6d0+99]
7634c8fd: KERNELBASE!CLOSE_LOCAL_HANDLE_INTERNAL [76250000+fc8b0+4d]
76b7d29d: advapi32!RegQueryValueW [76b60000+1d1f0+ad]
76b7d2a4: advapi32!RegQueryValueW [76b60000+1d1f0+b4]
664869ff: AVIFIL32!DllGetClassObject [66480000+6600+3ff]
66486a1d: AVIFIL32!DllGetClassObject [66480000+6600+41d]
66486c0a: AVIFIL32!AVIFileExit [66480000+6a40+1ca]
66486c22: AVIFIL32!AVIFileExit [66480000+6a40+1e2]
752a5b95: combase!CoCreateInstance [751b0000+f5900+295]
0051b8f1: VDaswprintf()
752a59a7: combase!CoCreateInstance [751b0000+f5900+a7]
6a5d06a9: apphelp!DWM8And16Bit_RestoreDisplayMode_CallOut [6a560000+6a2f0+63b9]
005fb4f2: _calloc_impl()
66486c7d: AVIFIL32!AVIFileOpenW [66480000+6c30+4d]
004e98ee: InputFileAVI::Init()
00480043: VDProjectUI::MenuHit()
77b74ceb: ntdll!SbSelectProcedure [77b20000+54ba0+14b]
77b74d03: ntdll!SbSelectProcedure [77b20000+54ba0+163]
77b63779: ntdll!RtlAllocateHeap [77b20000+41f00+1879]
6a5d08a3: apphelp!DWM8And16Bit_RestoreDisplayMode_CallOut [6a560000+6a2f0+65b3]
77b650a0: ntdll!RtlFreeHeap [77b20000+44ec0+1e0]
77b61f3e: ntdll!RtlAllocateHeap [77b20000+41f00+3e]
005f8482: (special)()
77b623b0: ntdll!RtlAllocateHeap [77b20000+41f00+4b0]
005f7add: free()
005f7afc: free()
005f7afc: free()
00520141: VDFile::~VDFile()
004e49d1: VDAutoselectInputDriverForFile()
77b61f3e: ntdll!RtlAllocateHeap [77b20000+41f00+3e]
77b61f3e: ntdll!RtlAllocateHeap [77b20000+41f00+3e]
005f8482: (special)()
005f848e: (special)()
004e974b: VDInputDriverAVI1::CreateInputFile()
004763c4: VDProject::Open()
005210cc: VDAutoLogger::VDAutoLogger()
00461edc: OpenAVI()
0047f6f1: VDProjectUI::MenuHit()
77825a5d: USER32!GetWindowLongA [777f0000+35a10+4d]
0048de10: VDUIFrame:efProc()
00480e93: _catch$?MainWndProc@VDProjectUI@@IAEJIIJ@Z$0()
77825a69: USER32!GetWindowLongA [777f0000+35a10+59]
00477090: VDProjectUI::WndProc()
0048e525: VDUIFrame::StaticWndProc()
7783635b: USER32!AddClipboardFormatListener [777f0000+46310+4b]
7782729c: USER32!CallWindowProcW [777f0000+36770+b2c]
778337ef: USER32!IsRectEmpty [777f0000+435e0+20f]
77b904dc: ntdll!NtCallbackReturn [77b20000+704d0+c]
77833807: USER32!IsRectEmpty [777f0000+435e0+227]
778270eb: USER32!CallWindowProcW [777f0000+36770+97b]
778263db: USER32!DispatchMessageW [777f0000+361a0+23b]

-- End of report
All what I want is to use insertSign, I hope the result deserves the troubles.

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