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Old 1st March 2010, 22:49   #1  |  Link
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x264_64 AVS open error

Hi, Doom. I'm not new to DVD ripping or conversion at all, but I am having trouble with trying to get x264 to function correctly.
I have this as a cmd:
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"C:\x264 BitRate Calculator 3.1\X264\x264_64.exe" --vbv-bufsize 2500 --bitrate 2000 -o "C:\ia3.264" "C:\ICE AGE 3.avs"
and here is my AVS file:
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DirectShowSource("D:\Users\Yiu Korochko\Desktop\ICE AGE 3.mp4", fps=25.000, audio=false, convertfps=true)
I am developing a video calculator/converter for x264 and it is nearly completed.
I can get lame to encode the audio of the file yet x264 refuses to work with my AVS file and I get this error:
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avs [error]: failed to load avisynth
x264 [error]: could not open input file `C:\ICE AGE 3.avs
I know how to use MeGUI in great depth, but I'd like to finish off my program so that I can convert faster and easier, so any help is appreciated.

*NOTE: I ripped my own Ice Age 3 DVD, I did not obtain the file illegally. It is only used here as an example.*

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You know that 64-Bit x264 cannot work with the "normal" 32-Bit Avisynth and that it will require 64-Bit Avisynth ???

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Old 22nd March 2010, 23:45   #3  |  Link
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Strange I dont have avisynth 64 installed yet MeGUI seems to use x264 x64 fine.
That being said, how am I to use avisnth64 instead of 32 buy default?

Response is very appreciated btw.

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Old 23rd March 2010, 00:51   #4  |  Link
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MeGUI pipes filtered content from 32-bit Avisynth to 64-bit x264 using vfw4x264.
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Originally Posted by Inspector.Gadget View Post
MeGUI pipes filtered content from 32-bit Avisynth to 64-bit x264 using vfw4x264.
So is there any benefit to using x264 x64 bit if avisynth is in 32 bits? And how would I implement x264 through vfw4x264? Simply:
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"C:\x264 BitRate Calculator 3.1\X264\vfw4x264.exe"
"C:\x264 BitRate Calculator 3.1\X264\x264_64.exe"
--vbv-bufsize 2500 --bitrate 2000 -o "C:\ia3.264" "C:\ICE AGE 3.avs"?
I am new to communicating through all these console apps so excuse me if I'm asking many basic questions...

Or wait a second, would I set the program to vfw4x264 and it will open x264 from the same directory automatically?

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Old 24th March 2010, 17:31   #6  |  Link
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32 bit works fine...
other than that im pretty much set.

Last edited by Yiu; 3rd April 2010 at 02:52. Reason: almost fixed
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