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Old 15th September 2008, 18:18   #1061  |  Link
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GIT back online, seems nice and fast now unlike a couple of hours ago. The downside is that bobor's site x264.nl seems to have missed the last two git commits, which is now Psy-rd (on by default) and psy-trellis (optional) and some hadamard stuff. Its just unfortunate GIT when down when these goodies were committed!
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GIT back online, seems nice and fast now unlike a couple of hours ago. The downside is that bobor's site x264.nl seems to have missed the last two git commits, which is now Psy-rd (on by default) and psy-trellis (optional) and some hadamard stuff. Its just unfortunate GIT when down when these goodies were committed!
No, it's not back online. At least I cannot check out. Or something has changed and I need to adjust my command?

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Old 15th September 2008, 18:30   #1063  |  Link
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Git on web online... But "git clone" not work. Alternatively, you can take snapshot from http://git.videolan.org/gitweb.cgi?p...git;a=shortlog
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Old 15th September 2008, 18:40   #1064  |  Link
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yeah but the snapshots also don't have any of the git repository information within them,
so the ./configure in x264 will go from not having the information to write in the version build number
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Of course. The option for "impatient". :-)
As we have seen already 971 available
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Old 15th September 2008, 18:54   #1066  |  Link
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This is the build I've been waiting for. I'll wait for x264.nl to chuck a build online before I start transcoding.
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Old 15th September 2008, 19:08   #1067  |  Link
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Of course. The option for "impatient". :-)
As we have seen already 971 available
yeah psy-rd is included for 970 and hardamard added to psy-rd in 971

looking at the raw diffs, seems that psy-rd will be on by default and psy-trellis is off by default,
which is actually better for me since i've seen psy-trellis be hit and miss on my anime encodes.

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meh, i'll go ahead and get a build in and manually put in the version definitions

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Git seems to be working again
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looking at the raw diffs, seems that psy-rd will be on by default and psy-trellis is off by default.
How do you enable Psy Trellis now? Simply with "--trellis 1" respectively "--trellis 2" or is there a new switch?

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How do you enable Psy Trellis now? Simply with "--trellis 1" respectively "--trellis 2" or is there a new switch?
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it's the same switch, just do --psy-rd 1.0 or 1.0:1.0 to enable both

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--psy-rd Strength of psychovisual optimization ["1.0:0.0"]
#1: RDO (requires subme>=6)
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it's the same switch, just do --psy-rd 1.0 or 1.0:1.0 to enable both
Oh, I see
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no more patches?
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no more patches?
the hrd pulldown is the only left as the mostly used ones go

and the devs already stated they won't commit it until it has some factual basis for working (iirc)
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Old 15th September 2008, 19:54   #1073  |  Link
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no more patches?
Maybe this one will still be useful for those of us encoding on Linux:
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Second Pass ETA Patch:
Current: http://www.benswebs.com/public/x264/...a.01.r680.diff
Creator/Maintainer: morph166955
Description: Forces x264 to use the frame count from the stats file on a second pass if the frame count can't be calculated for some reason (such as the use of a fifo pipe).

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Maybe this one will still be useful for those of us encoding on Linux:
that'll be useful only in the cases where piping occurs, which is mostly the current standard practice for the linux side
(since they for some reason don't want to save .y4m/.yuv files and encode from them )

but it also makes me wonder how avisynth 3.0 has been designed to handle passing off to linux based encoders (since it is platformless)....
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How in the heck is that patch supposed to be applied? I get this when trying to apply it:
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patch: **** Only garbage was found in the patch input.
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You probably need to convert it to the Unix line-end convention. Try dos2unix.
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patch -p 0 -i ../x264patches/x264_fp-eta.01.r680.diff 
patching file encoder/ratecontrol.c
Hunk #1 succeeded at 409 (offset 57 lines).
patching file x264.c
Hunk #1 succeeded at 799 (offset 36 lines).
patching file x264.h
Hunk #1 succeeded at 156 with fuzz 2 (offset 9 lines).
my text editor already recognizes it as LF only (unix style)
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x264.973.modified.exe - Alternate Download

Patches used:

x264_hrd_pulldown.09_interlace.diff

gcc 3.4.5 fprofiled build with -march=pentium2.

psyrd and b-adapt 2 patches have been committed!
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x264.973.modified.exe - Alternate Download

Patches used:

x264_hrd_pulldown.09_interlace.diff

gcc 3.4.5 fprofiled build with -march=pentium2.

psyrd and b-adapt 2 patches have been committed!
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Please, skystrife, can you compile 64-bit build of your patched versions of x264 ?

It's about time, it's shame not to have 64-bit build in year 2008.
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