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Old 11th November 2005, 23:45   #1  |  Link
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StaxRip x86 (development for x86 has been stopped)

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What is StaxRip?

With StaxRip you can easily convert your DVD's, DVB captures and many other formats into MPEG-4 with codecs like x264, XviD and DivX. As a open source application StaxRip is completely free.

What features are supported?
  • Open Source Freeware
  • Easy to use
  • Versatile and customizable
  • Modern and clean user interface with full HighDPI support
  • Help system including, online help (assistant), context sensitive help, forum support
  • Rich cutting/trim facilities for tasks like removing ads
  • Job and batch processing

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www.stax76.bplaced.net

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Old 11th November 2005, 23:53   #2  |  Link
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Thanks, been waiting for this. Will check it out.
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DVD rip? I'm a noob
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Old 12th November 2005, 00:19   #4  |  Link
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Thanks, been waiting for this. Will check it out.
hope it was worthwhile

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DVD rip? I'm a noob
me too
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I ment, what is the ultimate goal of your ultimate encoding tool?
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Old 12th November 2005, 01:39   #6  |  Link
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Hello stax,

I have a small problem of "working".
Apparently your program doesn't function. in spite of NET... 2.0

Would it come from my pc?
Can you confirm it please?
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hey neat front end, I'll take a look. I love gordian knot but I wish that they would support mp4 as a container.
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I ment, what is the ultimate goal of your ultimate encoding tool?
Fit all my encoding needs and all the needs of users with a similar sense of software and encoding. Currently it might not be ideal for a super n00b or super geek but I'm working on it. What is your goal with RealAnime?

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I have a small problem of "working".
Apparently your program doesn't function. in spite of NET... 2.0

Would it come from my pc?
Can you confirm it please?
Do you know what PC it is, that is hardware and software. I was hoping it would run on all 32 bit Windows 2000 or XP machines with .NET 2.0.

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hey neat front end, I'll take a look. I love gordian knot but I wish that they would support mp4 as a container.
StaxRip supports MP4 as well as an extendible framework to easily add new codecs and containers. MP4 however is really in an alpha state, I'm hoping to get much feedback about new features such as mp4 and x264.
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Old 12th November 2005, 03:24   #9  |  Link
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very good, i see this program to the only alternative for newbies in the world !

work good, but I canīt input Avi with this program..
And the Preferences windows are too bugged..
If i have time i will read your code

Keep up the good work..
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work good, but I canīt input Avi with this program..
Under filters in the main dialog right-click to show the context menu and select AVISource, do this before you open your source file. What kind of AVI file is it?

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If i have time i will read your code
What exactly doesn't work? I hope you don't mean my neat settings TreeView.
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Stax, yeah i discovery later...

im saying this


Win 2003, with .net 2.0 Final here
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Man, can you tell me where is the code that when you open Mpg files its go to ProjectX and after to Dg ???

Iīm playing with your code, because i want to do a similar thing to Avi, demux their audio, or simply do it direct in besweet
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Batch encode anime content with the latest technology unavalible.
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@bratao

That screenshot looks scary, it's related to my custom control that draws a tab page like gradient background on themed systems. Fortunately it's reproducable on my XP system so there will be fix shortly. The label background is transparent regardless if themes are enabled and for some reason that screws it.

Regarding the code iirc it's a virtual class called Preparer with CommandLinePreparer currently being the only implementation. Maybe you can make sort of a batch file and add that to the preparers in the options. If you tell me what kind of AVI it is, from where you got it or send me a short clip maybe I can add a preparer to the default settings to handle your file.
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new version available:

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0.9.0.4 (2005-11-12)
  • fix: fixed screwed dialog drawing on systems with no theme
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stax,

Can you update the source ??
Im planing some features, like Auto-open demux and open Avi..

cheer..
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There my early version..
Change log:
-Added Avi2wav in the program
-Better Avi handle
-Automatic Avi demux(separate audio and video)
-Better audio selection, only one track, and that we have demuxed <- This really need a good improve, checkout later..

In my mental stage its a produtive hour.., i complety off my body, even this BAsic code scream my mind.. Tomorrow i will be better

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P.S:This version already correct the paint error on non themed systems
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Why don't you two guys discuss and work together? Rather than releasing separate versions? This is duplication of work and also confusing for the users.
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Would be nice: No Java requirement.
Would be nicer: No .NET 2.0 requirement. At the least, people should start doing what nuhi over at nliteos.com did with nLite; packing a tiny (compared to the install size of .NET 2.0 (over 140mbs) archive with the required library files so the program works without installing .NET onto your system.

Also, a progress bar of sometype (with an ETA too, perhaps?) would be most appreciated!

Edit: Took out the original feature request... was already implemented. Oops!

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Why don't you two guys discuss and work together? Rather than releasing separate versions? This is duplication of work and also confusing for the users.
I'm working on this code since 4 years, at some point I might have to consider making it a real open source project working with svn. Two days after the release it is to early too plan such a big step.

There would also be the possibility to add a plugin system but doing this right takes much expertise and effort. DVX had such a system but it was very poorly designed. Additionally to a complex plugin system I would have to write a lot wrapper code for all things that should be pluggable (e.g. adaper pattern because of serialization). There is other problems besides complexity (which already scares me a lot) e.g. such systems are build with a techique called reflection and often additionally xml which are both core concepts in .NET but both add a performance ovehead.

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Would be nice: No Java requirement.
I knew it was coming , Java is asked for if ProjectX is needed which is a the default value of the default project. You can customize the default project (Options/Preparer, File/Save Default Project). I have to change this because I know how scary Java and .NET can be.

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Would be nicer: No .NET 2.0 requirement. At the least, people should start doing what nuhi over at nliteos.com did with nLite; packing a tiny (compared to the install size of .NET 2.0 (over 140mbs) archive with the required library files so the program works without installing .NET onto your system.
Did you try VB .NET Express 2005, for me VB .NET is the only reasonable tool and I've seen and worked with quite a few. Get it here, it's free!

@bratao

Download doesn't work, I've noticed the path contains blanks which might be the reason.
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