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Old 19th April 2007, 22:22   #1  |  Link
plugh
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Koepi vs personal build

I had noted in the past that Koepi's build of 1.1.2 was bigger than my builds.
For example, xvidcore.dll - Koepi 748KB - mine 588KB

I just chalked it up to differant compilers but assumed the output was the same.

I don't normally muck around with the core (my interest has been the 2nd pass vbv stuff, which I moved to vfw.dll) so I normally use Koepi's core.dll, but I was just trying an experiment and discovered that my assumption was incorrect. For the same clip and encoder options I get somewhat differant output files depending upon which xvidcore build I use.

Which begs the questions:
Which one is 'right'?
How do I determine that?
If mine is 'wrong' how do I fix it?

I've been using the visual studio workspace/project files included with the xvid source kit. I'm using MS Visual Studio 6 with Service Pack 5, Processor Pack 5, and nasm 0.98.39. I was under the impression this was a 'correct' setup. I have noted that do I get an error about an unknown compiler option 'Qipo' but as I understand it that is an option used by the Intel C compiler, not the MS one, and is harmless - perhaps not?

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