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Old 7th August 2019, 07:41   #681  |  Link
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Old 13th August 2019, 22:57   #682  |  Link
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Hey all! I'm currently using StaxRip 2.0.2.4 Beta and encoding a 4K movie using NVEnc. But for some reason, it will output two files after the encoding is finished. One has the original name that i set, and the other has _HDR10 at the end. Is there an option I'm missing to keep it from doing this? Thanks!
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Request: I want to add mkv files in batch, but it selects automatically the .ass embedded files (from the extracted folder) as hardcoded

is it possible?
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Old 16th August 2019, 19:20   #684  |  Link
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From my side both staxrip and mpv.net are paused at least until end of summer, sorry.
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Old 16th August 2019, 21:28   #685  |  Link
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Request: I want to add mkv files in batch, but it selects automatically the .ass embedded files (from the extracted folder) as hardcoded

is it possible?
You can try:

Options > Subtitles > Preferred Languages

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Options > Subtitles > Add Hardcoded Subtitle
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Old 16th August 2019, 22:16   #686  |  Link
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You can try:

Options > Subtitles > Preferred Languages

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Options > Subtitles > Add Hardcoded Subtitle
tried already, doesn't do the trick (all my subs .ass) = shows warning, not accepting
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What filters should I use to improve compression quality in animation movies? I am using nvidia h265 profiles in Staxrip.

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Old 20th August 2019, 21:18   #688  |  Link
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What filters should I use to improve compression quality in animation movies? I am using nvidia h265 profiles in Staxrip.

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Stop using nvidia as an encoder. If you want smaller size/better quality use x264 CPU encoding at least slow.

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Old 21st August 2019, 15:30   #689  |  Link
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2.0.3.0 stops responding for a long time with 99% disk usage in preview window. check using no filters. just during one click x265 encode. so nothing is wrong with filters. only ffms2 or ffvideosource was loaded while using preview window

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Old 21st August 2019, 16:05   #690  |  Link
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2.0.3.0 stops responding for a long time with 99% disk usage in preview window. check using no filters. just during one click x265 encode. so nothing is wrong with filters. only ffms2 or ffvideosource was loaded while using preview window
There is a newer stable version out.

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Old 21st August 2019, 16:33   #691  |  Link
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2.0.3.0 stops responding for a long time with 99% disk usage in preview window. check using no filters. just during one click x265 encode. so nothing is wrong with filters. only ffms2 or ffvideosource was loaded while using preview window
Here it works, maybe it happens only with certain source types, what does mediainfo look like?

Maybe there is a problem with HolyWu's ffms2 build, you can try a StvG build.

https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.p...45#post1880545

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2.0.3.0 is the last/stable
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2.0.3.0 stops responding for a long time with 99% disk usage in preview window. check using no filters. just during one click x265 encode. so nothing is wrong with filters. only ffms2 or ffvideosource was loaded while using preview window
Try to remove the index file, sometimes it helps if you're switching ffms2 versions.
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Here it works, maybe it happens only with certain source types, what does mediainfo look like?

Maybe there is a problem with HolyWu's ffms2 build, you can try a StvG build.

https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.p...45#post1880545



2.0.3.0 is the last/stable
Yes I was wrong Haha. I am using 2.0.2.4 I believe.

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here version 2.0.3.0 is working ( update from 2.0.2.3-test)
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Here it works, maybe it happens only with certain source types, what does mediainfo look like?

Maybe there is a problem with HolyWu's ffms2 build, you can try a StvG build.

https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.p...45#post1880545



2.0.3.0 is the last/stable
just usual BD50.

i had some older version of ffvideosource which was working fine in 2.0.2.2 but i accidentally deleted that installation now i forgot which version was that. but i remember that i took that ffvideosource file from older staxrip. do u have any idea what was that?

and 1 more question. does --normalize even work in audio encoding?
i used a wav file. qaac q127. piping - w64... couldnt see normalizing in cli when audio was getting encoded.
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I've tried to update VapourSynth from inside Staxrip folder and now i'm getting an error setup on my computer than Python is only installed or the current user and that I should install for all users. My PC only has one user but when I installed Python I made sure I clicked the install for all users box. Anyone else have this issue and how do I get around it?
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just usual BD50.

i had some older version of ffvideosource which was working fine in 2.0.2.2 but i accidentally deleted that installation now i forgot which version was that. but i remember that i took that ffvideosource file from older staxrip. do u have any idea what was that?

and 1 more question. does --normalize even work in audio encoding?
i used a wav file. qaac q127. piping - w64... couldnt see normalizing in cli when audio was getting encoded.
I don't remember exactly which version was used at a given time. I think I was using a StvG version from June at one time, it was hard to find that because at that time many builds had this file lock memory issue, I had posted it and HolyWu found and fixed the issue.

Later then I think Revan released a stabel release with ffms2 from January and I think this ffms2 had a file lock and memory issue and it's not clear if it really was from January because all Revan's apps lost all timestamps due to his RAR achieve not containing timestamps. I wrote a script that did compare CRC checksum against staxrip 1.7 apps to at least recover the timestamps partly, all the files that Revan added after 1.7 that wasn't updated meanwhile still have incorrect timestamps.

Before I made this stable release I was doing quite many tests with different sources.

For normalizing you have to look at the log file and post it if in doubt.

timestamps still incorrect:

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Apps> (get-content versions.txt) | findstr 2019-01-01
AddGrainC avs               = 2019-01-01; 1.7.1
adjust vs                   = 2019-01-01; 2015-03-22
AnimeIVTC avs               = 2019-01-01; 2.20
Average avs                 = 2019-01-01; 0.94
AvsResize avs               = 2019-01-01; r1d
AVSTP avs                   = 2019-01-01; 1.0.3.0
aWarpSharp2 avs             = 2019-01-01; 2.0.1.7
AWarpSharp2 vs              = 2019-01-01; 2018-06-18
BM3D vs                     = 2019-01-01; 2016-08-16
CNR2 avs                    = 2019-01-01; 2.6.1
CNR2 vs                     = 2019-01-01; 2016-07-02
CTMF vs                     = 2019-01-01; 2017-06-02
DAA3Mod avs                 = 2019-01-01; 3.3
DCTFilter avs               = 2019-01-01; 0.5.0
DCTFilter vs                = 2019-01-01; 2016-08-17
DCTFilter-f vs              = 2019-01-01; r2
Deblock avs                 = 2019-01-01; 2013-12-03
Deblock_QED avs             = 2019-01-01; 2011-11-29
DeblockPP7 vs               = 2019-01-01; 2018-04-28
DeGrainMedian avs           = 2019-01-01; 0.8.2
DegrainMedian vs            = 2019-01-01; 2016-08-07
DehaloAlpha avs             = 2019-01-01; MT2
DeNoise Histogram avs       = 2019-01-01; 2018-05-15
DeNoiseMD avs               = 2019-01-01; 2018-05-15
DeNoiseMF avs               = 2019-01-01; 2018-05-15
DFTTest avs                 = 2019-01-01; 1.9.4.1
DFTTest vs                  = 2019-01-01; 2017-12-21
DGTonemap avs               = 2019-01-01; 1.2
Dither AVSI avs             = 2019-01-01; 1.27.2
Dither DLL avs              = 2019-01-01; 1.27.2
Dither vs                   = 2019-01-01; 2018-02-23
DSS2mod avs                 = 2019-01-01; 2014-11-13
edi_rpow2 AVSI avs          = 2019-01-01; 0.9.2.0
EEDI2 avs                   = 2019-01-01; 0.9.2.0
EEDI2 vs                    = 2019-01-01; 2017-03-04
EEDI3 avs                   = 2019-01-01; 0.9.2.3
eedi3_resize avs            = 2019-01-01; 0.11
EEDI3m vs                   = 2019-01-01; 2017-12-23
FFT3DFilter avs             = 2019-01-01; 2.4.7
FFT3DFilter vs              = 2019-01-01; 2018-07-11
FineDehalo avs              = 2019-01-01; 1.1
FineSharp avs               = 2019-01-01; 2012-04-12
finesharp vs                = 2019-01-01; 2018-06-30
flash3kyuu_deband avs+vs    = 2019-01-01; 5.0
FluxSmooth vs               = 2019-01-01; 2.0
FrameRateConverter AVSI avs = 2019-01-01; 1.2.1
fvsfunc vs                  = 2019-01-01; 2018-10-28
G41Fun vs                   = 2019-01-01; 1.0
GradFun2DB avs              = 2019-01-01; 2010-03-29
GradFun2DBmod avs           = 2019-01-01; 1.5
havsfunc vs                 = 2019-01-01; 31
HQDeringmod avs             = 2019-01-01; 2018-01-18
HQDN3D avs                  = 2019-01-01; 0.11
HQDN3D vs                   = 2019-01-01; 2018-07-01
InterFrame avs              = 2019-01-01; 2.0
IT vs                       = 2019-01-01; 1.2
JincResize avs              = 2019-01-01; r44
JPSDR avs                   = 2019-01-01; 3.0.0
KNLMeansCL avs+vs           = 2019-01-01; 1.1.1
Lazy Utilities avs          = 2019-01-01; 0.12
MAA2Mod avs                 = 2019-01-01; 0.431
masktools2 avs              = 2019-01-01; 2.2.18
mcdegrainsharp vs           = 2019-01-01; 2016-10-20
mClean avs                  = 2019-01-01; 3.2
MCTemporalDenoise avs       = 2019-01-01; 1.4.20
MiniDeen vs                 = 2019-01-01; 1.0
MipSmooth avs               = 2019-01-01; 1.1.2
modPlus avs                 = 2019-01-01; 2017-10-17
MPEG2DecPlus avs            = 2019-01-01; 1.5.8.0
MT Expand Multi avs         = 2019-01-01; 2018-05-19
MultiSharpen avs            = 2019-01-01; 1.0
mvmulti vs                  = 2019-01-01; 20
mvtools2 avs                = 2019-01-01; 2.7.38
NicAudio avs                = 2019-01-01; 1.1
nnedi3 AVSI avs             = 2019-01-01; 3.0
nnedi3 vs                   = 2019-01-01; v12
nnedi3cl vs                 = 2019-01-01; 7.2
nnedi3x AVSI avs            = 2019-01-01; 3.0
Oyster vs                   = 2019-01-01; 2017-02-10
Plum vs                     = 2019-01-01; 2017-06-24
PNGopt                      = 2019-01-01; 1.4
pSharpen avs                = 2019-01-01; 2016-03-16
psharpen vs                 = 2019-01-01; 1.0
QTGMC avs                   = 2019-01-01; 3.361s
resamplehq vs               = 2019-01-01; 1.0
ResizeX avs                 = 2019-01-01; 1.0.1
RgTools avs                 = 2019-01-01; 0.97
Sangnom vs                  = 2019-01-01; 2016-08-31
Shader AVSI avs             = 2019-01-01; 1.6.5
Shader DLL avs              = 2019-01-01; 1.0
SmoothD2 avs                = 2019-01-01; a2
SmoothD2c avs               = 2019-01-01; a2
SVPFlow 1 avs               = 2019-01-01; 4.2.0.133
SVPFlow 1 vs                = 2019-01-01; 4.2.0.133
SVPFlow 2 avs               = 2019-01-01; 4.2.0.142
SVPFlow 2 vs                = 2019-01-01; 4.2.0.142
taa vs                      = 2019-01-01; 0.8.0
TCanny vs                   = 2019-01-01; 2017-07-30
TDeintMod vs                = 2019-01-01; r10
TEMmod avs                  = 2019-01-01; 0.2.1
TemporalMedian vs           = 2019-01-01; v1
TimeCube vs                 = 2019-01-01; 2.0
TIVTC avs                   = 2019-01-01; 1.0.11
TMM2 avs                    = 2019-01-01; 2016-07-05
TNLMeans avs                = 2019-01-01; 1.0.3
TTempSmooth vs              = 2019-01-01; 2018-05-08
VagueDenoiser avs           = 2019-01-01; 0.35.1.0
VagueDenoiser vs            = 2019-01-01; 2015-06-08
VapourSource avs            = 2019-01-01; 2018-09-21
vcfreq vs                   = 2019-01-01; 2016-05-12
vcmod vs                    = 2019-01-01; 2017-10-17
vcmove vs                   = 2019-01-01; 2016-04-10
Vine vs                     = 2019-01-01; 2017-03-16
vsCube avs                  = 2019-01-01; 1.0
VSFilterMod avs+vs          = 2019-01-01; 5.2
W3FDIF vs                   = 2019-01-01; r1
xNLMeans avs                = 2019-01-01; 0.03
YFRC avs                    = 2019-01-01; 2015-10-01
znedi3 vs                   = 2019-01-01; 2018-01-11
Apps>
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I've tried to update VapourSynth from inside Staxrip folder and now i'm getting an error setup on my computer than Python is only installed or the current user and that I should install for all users. My PC only has one user but when I installed Python I made sure I clicked the install for all users box. Anyone else have this issue and how do I get around it?
Even experienced people including me had issues installing it. There are many setup related posts in the VapourSynth thread. I prefer having Python installed per user!

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I thought the releases was announced on here. That's why I didn't notice there was a new release.

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What is the difference between your release and Revan654? After I index a 4k movie, it takes his version of the app like 5 to 10 minutes after indexing hits 100% and opening the GUI again. Where yours takes maybe 5 seconds.

Just curious.

Tested again, another source is taking a while, about 2 minutes. However, not nearly as long as older version of the program.

Upon further testing, 1 4k source opened okay, another 4k remux I have just got stuck on a loading symbol after indexing for about 20 minutes until I killed the task.

Used ffm2 from version 2.0.2.4 and it's working perfect.

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For normalizing you have to look at the log file and post it if in doubt.
https://pastebin.com/raw/iDEQtQah

FLAC audio, piping method - FLAC, normalizing option was ticked, right clicked on audio tab in staxrip -> execute
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What is the difference between your release and Revan654? After I index a 4k movie, it takes his version of the app like 5 to 10 minutes after indexing hits 100% and opening the GUI again. Where yours takes maybe 5 seconds.
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Used ffm2 from version 2.0.2.4 and it's working perfect.
"his" version is 2.0.2.4
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