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Old 29th January 2013, 19:06   #81  |  Link
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--3.2
-Added: TEncoder will save encoder logs to AppData folder now
-Added: New skin "AlterMetro"
-Added: An option to disable CPU usage bar
-Added: Advanced video settings (only for x264 at the moment)
-Improved: Audio track ID detection
-Improved: Audio codec detection for "Direct Stream Copy"
-Fixed: Wrong container format for some profiles (thx to MilesAhead)
-Fixed: Moving files up/down in the list caused problems
-Fixed: Main window disappeared if minimized after an encode (thx to LigH)
-Fixed: A few minor UI problems
-Updated: AlphaControls to 8.16
-Updated: MPlayer and MEncoder to SB49 from http://www.spirton.com/
-Updated: FFMpeg to latest from http://ffmpeg.zeranoe.com/builds/
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@GMJCZP It's a bit out of scope of TEncoder but, I added it to my to-do list.
Thanks ozok.
Indeed it is difficult to make muxing of audio tracks with video. I think the best is to use FFMPEG, as did some tests with m2v and ac3 in Mencoder and the resulting file was out of sync. The FFMPEG has an option called "map" that could be the solution.
I also noticed that Mencoder produces the pulldown is not as good as doing HCEncoder or DGPulldown, which curiously is included in the Mencoder as "tele_src, tele_dest".
I made ​​a BAT encoding MPEG2 (m2v) with Mencoder to low bitrates with visual (and subjective, of course) quality almost identical to HCEncoder, do not know if this is the way to publish.
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Old 7th February 2013, 01:50   #83  |  Link
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-Added: FFMpeg will now use Soxr for resampling
-Added: "Donation" and "Send mail to author" buttons
-Updated: AlphaControls to 8.17
-Updated: FFMpeg to latest from http://ffmpeg.zeranoe.com/builds/
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Old 11th February 2013, 03:09   #84  |  Link
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Ozok? -- You are a genius. Can we get you bronzed and placed on a pedestal right now?

Case in point: some crummy old anime (which turned out to be xvid improperly labeled wmv3 muxed into wmv9 containers) -- neither MeGUI nor Handbrake nor HDconvert did anything but barf when I tried to even open the file (which VLC could play just fine). Your app took about two seconds to figure it out.

The mere fact that you support drag-n-drop file opening puts you way out front of most people writing software.

(But of course you realize that praise is merely a segue to requests!)

Requests: more choices for resizing algorithms (i.e., I don't know what you're using) and filter and degraining options (the defunct AutoMKV has a very nice list worth emulating).

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Not to belittle ozok's efforts, but ... he "only" made a Multithreaded GUI for FFMpeg, MPlayer and MEncoder; those are the tools which do the business, those are the tools which did not crash while converting your corrupt sources.
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Old 11th February 2013, 13:32   #86  |  Link
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Thanks for your comment and suggestion Honeyko. I'm glad TEncoder worked for you well. But as LigH rightfully states, you should thank FFMpeg and MPlayer developers for such great tools.
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Ozok, take a look at these beauties (page down for the full list). A GUI implementing a list like that (as well as the usual fan favorites MVdegrain3 and FRFun) would be the Holy Grail.

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Old 19th February 2013, 20:11   #88  |  Link
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Ozok, take a look at these beauties (page down for the full list). A GUI implementing a list like that (as well as the usual fan favorites MVdegrain3 and FRFun) would be the Holy Grail.
They all look very nice. But TEncoder does not use VirtualDub.
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@ Honeyko:

As long as MSU won't publish their source to be integrated for free into ffmpeg or mencoder, they won't be available in TEncoder.
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Well, any applicable filters you can find would be great. (I had been using AutoMKV to upscale DVDs to 720p, using MVdegrain3, FRfun7 and Limited SharpenFaster to produce very satisfactory results eliminating the filth and the aliasing on most plastic prints of 1980s films. Never could fine a decent de-halo'er or black-background-noise-remover, and AutoMKV more or less broke after I upgraded to Win7.)
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TEncoder is only a GUI.

If you want filters to be included, ask the ffmpeg developers.
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Most of the good one are already mirrored in ffmpeg: https://ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg-filters.html

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Can you add option to encode ProRes, DNxHD, use ffbmc instead ffmpeg... your GUI is very good and I cant use for others workflows because of this :/
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Can I get more speed up to 60fps in encoding?

I'm with a dedicated server "CPU intel xenon E5-1620 3.6ghz" and 64GB of ram.

Thank you in advance.
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Can I get more speed up to 60fps in encoding?
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I didn't understand your question properly. I'll answer the best I can.

-You can set fps to 60 if you want to.
-FPS value shown by encoder during an encode is an indicator of speed. This value depends on the settings you specified and the power of your computer.
-Setting fps to 60 won't make encoding process faster AFAIK.
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My guess is that he is only interested in your second point, accellerating the encoding speed.

"The extreme" is in general rarely useful, neither an extreme speed nor an extreme "quality" (preset ~ de-redundancy efforts) makes sense in most cases.

Using an extreme high-speed preset (e.g. "x264 --preset ultrafast") will cause inefficient encoding results.

Using an extreme high-[s]quality[/s]effort presets (e.g. "x264 --preset placebo") will cause a waste of time and energy. No, it doesn't mean "quality". Not half as much as decreasing a CRF by one.
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Old 13th March 2013, 14:28   #97  |  Link
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-Added: Option to disable folder structure creation
-Added: Spanish translation (thx to Franco Ezequiel)
-Added: Some GUI layout changes
-Fixed: Adding video files with no audio stream could cause problems
-Fixed: Audio ID problem with some vob and mpeg files
-Updated: AlphaControls to 8.20
-Updated: FFMpeg to latest from http://ffmpeg.zeranoe.com/builds/
-Updated: MPlayer and MEncoder to SB50 from http://www.spirton.com/
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-Fixed: "Index out of bounds" error while adding files (thx to bug reporters)
-Updated: FFMpeg to latest from http://ffmpeg.zeranoe.com/builds/
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--3.3.2 Hotfix
-Fixed: FFMpeg second pass did not start
-Fixed: Some GUI problems
-Reverted: FFMpeg to version N-49610-gc2dd5a1
-Updated: MPlayer and MEncoder to sherpya build r35968+g39eaacf
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TEncoder bugs and sujjestion for TAudioConverter.

I have tried both TEncoder(3.3.2.3472) & TAudioConverter(0.8.1.1205) i am reporting some bugs in TEncoder and sujjestion for TAudioConverter -

First of all there is a bug in Tencoder that is even after disabling automatic update check it checks for update,

The Encode button is not visible when the window resolution is 800x600. Please reduce the size of the file name display box and the buttons in Tencoder so that Tencoder is displayed in windows resolution 800x600. (TAudioConverter displayes perfectly in windows resolution 800x600.)

My sujjestion about TAudioConverter is there should be a option in the settings to save the log files in temporary dir.
Another option play sound should be added in post encode acions.
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