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Old 1st August 2006, 01:27   #1  |  Link
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RealAnime 5 - Developement thread

ToDo for alpha 5:
* Add downsized anamorphic encoding (encoded 480x480 --> 640x480 on playback)
* Fix OGM (MediaInfo DLL problem)


ToDo for Beta 1:
* Add CRC32 to output
* Make AVI VFW fix automatic with fallback to DShow
* Add Flash Video addon
* RA5 logs
* Cycle systray icon
* Add Hint to filtering and stuff


ToDo one day...:
* Language engine

Changelog since alpha 2:
* Create MKV addon package
* Create RV10/RA10/RMVB addon package + code to manage it
* Create Theora/Vorbis/OGG addon package + code to manage it
* Added Reset status (for selected file)
* Change the row color when the row is selected (easier to see witch file is selected)
* Change revision of XML file (new stuff saved)
* Create XVID/MP3/AVI addon package + code to manage it
* File information
* Option to specify what to do in case of already existing output file
* Optional fixes (AVI: VBR MP3, AVI: Use VFW)
* Supports more inputs
* Fix list for "skip" status
* Sub / Audio track override
* New AAC encoder
* 48kbps HE-AAC v2

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Extra download:
AVISynth

Notes:
* Advanced AVI fixes requires VFW decoders.ToDo someday:

Status: todo doing done trashed

Sources: svn://svn.detritus.qc.ca/detritus/RealAnime5
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Please keep this thread clean. So, no

* War about the file list features.
* War about Matroska support.

Thanks.
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It's really a shame about no matroska support. There is really no way to change your mind? I'm currently investigating into encoding a file and audio and will later, when finished, test merging into a matroska container. I could help you get it right IF you want. I'll respect your wish if you say no.
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Lain said eariler that he will do an interface to batch convert MP4 to MKV, with surely more options than what RA does.
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Okay, sounds good to me, then.
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ToDo for RA5 alpha 2:

* Remove fancy list, gonna use normal list + color
* Remove Matroska output support
* Remove MPC
* Remove ffdshow
* Remove avisynth
* Remove helix codecs
* Remove DirectVobSub
* Remove Haali splitter
[irony]why don't you remove realanime5 aswell? [/irony]
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Do you like 24MB installers?
With all that removed, the installer shall be around 6 MB.

Also, I'm pretty sure you already have those so...
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Of all those, I can say I don't have MPC. What is Helix Codecs anyway?
On a side note, you DO know that the installer leaves all those installation files in RA's direcotry, yes? They just lie there like useless files and take up space.
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Helix Codecs are YUV/"something else" used to decode the output of AVS so x264 can read it... or is it the player...
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Pretty well explained here:
Helix YV12 / I420 VFW Codecs
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Ah, so I take it it is needed for the ConvertToYV12 statement in the avisynth file.
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no, IIRC it was to playback AVS in MPC since I didn't have xvid_vfw.dll.
ConvertToYV12 is for x264
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It did say there was no library for YV12 for compression. I was just figuring if it was necessary to have Helix installed when using RA. Although I already have it installed, would it work if it was uninstalled later, since it will be removed from the installer?
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1. why is your homepage down and there is just a white html with dls ?

2. okay I understand what you mean and when it just lays useless there then its better to remove them and anyways 6mb is a great installer (compared to the other RA's installers)

3. could you add a "shutdown" option to RA5 ? like when I go to holidays and I have 200eps animes to encode and I don't want to keep running the pc for 6 weeks but just for as long as the encode needs. Would that be "madeable" ?

anyways just keep up the great work and thank you for inventing such a ingenious app
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1. why is your homepage down and there is just a white html with dls ?
No more fancyness and useless time spending. I found a new hobby, which is photography! So less sitting in front of the PC, less time for dev.

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it's no html, it's XHTML Strict 1.0

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2. okay I understand what you mean and when it just lays useless there then its better to remove them and anyways 6mb is a great installer (compared to the other RA's installers)
cool! glad you like the idea

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3. could you add a "shutdown" option to RA5 ? like when I go to holidays and I have 200eps animes to encode and I don't want to keep running the pc for 6 weeks but just for as long as the encode needs. Would that be "madeable" ?
yes, how to put it in GUI is .... maybe in Output tab?

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anyways just keep up the great work and thank you for inventing such a ingenious app
thanks!
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With all the crap removed the installer is 3.56MB
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Alright, beer and coding is good. look at all the green above
I'm sure we can get alpha 2 soon once the filelist is rebuilt.

@all

I truely appreciate all the good words I got from you guys. Keeps me going
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alright, I feel like a CVS dump

Download!

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Thanks again for your kind words
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I'm gonna test it ... Today I ran tests on RA5 Alpha 1 and it did pretty good for my sources, the only problem I spotted was the file list but it's going to be changed so nothing to report...
Thanks as always for your work Sirber!
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I added the missing DLL to the installer.

MSVCP70.DLL is needed by avs2wav and not everybody has it.
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