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Old 26th April 2009, 23:43   #281  |  Link
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Hi all

Just to inform people, I've activated my repository at the openSUSE build service and as of today, h264enc is available from there. It's automatically being packaged for SUSE 10.3, 11.0, 11.1, Fedora 9 and Fedora 10. I may add Debian and Ubuntu in the future

http://download.opensuse.org/reposit...e:/microchip8/
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Please, please, do ubuntu (64bit)! I have dependency problems that I don't know how to resolve...
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Please, please, do ubuntu (64bit)! I have dependency problems that I don't know how to resolve...
I'll try when I solve some minor problems. The build service is still in beta stage and sometimes acts strange, though it's pretty good as it can build packages for SUSE, SLES/SLED, Fedora, Mandriva, RHEL, CentOS and Debain/Ubuntu. It takes lots of work off my hands. It's acting strange now as I've added Ubuntu and Debian build targets, but is excluding them for some reason. Currently trying to resolve the problem
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ChangeLog for version 8.7.7
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* Optimize some variables by replacing piping to sed with VARIABLE1="${VARIABLE2%.*}.ext"
* Move out the built-in -loop 1 mplayer option to the config file's MPLAYEROPTS variable
* Add support for enabling/disabling specific pre/postprocessing filters in the config file.
This adds 7 new variables to the config file where the user can either enable to ask questions
about a specific filter or disable a specific variable, thus skipping questions about the filter
* Moved the video filters code to a new function called video_filters_func(). This also
reduces a bit of code duplication
* Add a new option -e which allows the user to edit the config file directly from within the terminal.
This adds a new variable EDITOR to the config file where the user can set his preferred
text editor (defaults to nano)
* Silence possible dvdxchap warnings
* Updated the man page
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Old 28th April 2009, 14:05   #285  |  Link
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Hi

I am trying to install h264enc in ubuntu 9.04 32-bit. I have installed aacplusenc and gpac. But when i perform sanity check through h264enc -sc, it says they are not installed. I know they are installed as I can use MP4Box command for example. Any idea how to resolve this?
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I am trying to install h264enc in ubuntu 9.04 32-bit. I have installed aacplusenc and gpac. But when i perform sanity check through h264enc -sc, it says they are not installed. I know they are installed as I can use MP4Box command for example. Any idea how to resolve this?
Have a look at the -r option
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Have a look at the -r option
That worked !! Thanks a lot!
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ChangeLog for version 8.7.8
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- Small bugfix: video filters variables in the config file were not respected when one chooses to encode VCDs.
- Add video title meta-data for MKV and OGM when doing directory batch encodings
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ChangeLog for version 8.7.9
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* Automatically add the shebang line to batch files and make them executable
* Added new variable ALLOW_AUTOCROP to the config file which allows the user to enable or disable automatic cropping
* Added MP3 presets and updated target file size code to support them (requested by Rogério Brito)
* Some minor adjustments to the hq, vhq, ehq, uhq and ihq presets; decrease b-frames by one
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ChangeLog for version 8.8.0
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* Added deinterlace combinations of Yadif + linear blend, linear interpolation, cubic interpolation,
median deint, ffmpeg deint and lowpass 5
* Cosmetics to the help menu
* Added global audio function audio_filters_func() for calling the resample, volume normalizing and volume filters
* Added 16 new variables to the config file for enabling/disabling of specific audio/video filters and containers: 
ALLOW_FPS_CONVERSION, ALLOW_SCALER_TUNING,
ALLOW_DSIZE, ALLOW_EXPAND, ALLOW_COLORSPACE,
ALLOW_ASPECT, ALLOW_AUD_RESAMPLE, ALLOW_AUD_NORMALIZE,
ALLOW_AUD_VOLUME, ALLOW_MKV_MUXING, ALLOW_MP4_MUXING,
ALLOW_TS_MUXING, ALLOW_OGM_MUXING, 
ALLOW_SAMPLE_ENCODING, ALLOW_SCAN_MULTIPLE_VIDSTREAMS and ALLOW_SCAN_MULTIPLE_AUDSTREAMS, the
last two are only effective on file and directory batch encodings
* Updated the man page
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I'm getting this error upon trying crop detect. I get errors on detecting fps aswell, the last version which doesn't have this problem is 8.7.3
/usr/local/bin/h264enc: line 2447: /2: syntax error: operand expected (error token is "/2")
this happens no matter what type of input file I'm trying
Code:
christine@christine-desktop:~/h264enc-8.8.0$ h264enc -r
-> Resetting the config file values
christine@christine-desktop:~/h264enc-8.8.0$ h264enc -sc

-> Checking for 'MPlayer'..................... OK
-> Checking for 'MEncoder'.................... OK
-> H.264 video support in MEncoder............ YES
-> AAC (FAAC) audio support in MEncoder....... YES
-> MP3 (LAME) audio support in MEncoder....... YES
-> AC3 (lavc) audio support in MEncoder....... YES
-> FLAC (lavc) audio support in MEncoder...... YES
-> PCM audio support in MEncoder.............. YES

-> Checking for 'bc'.......................... OK
-> Checking for 'pv'.......................... OK
-> Checking for 'dd'.......................... OK
-> Checking for 'neroAacEnc'.................. OK
-> Checking for 'aacplusenc'.................. OK
-> Checking for 'oggenc'...................... OK
-> Checking for 'less'........................ OK
-> Checking for 'lsdvd'....................... OK
-> Checking for 'dvdxchap' (from ogmtools).... OK
-> Checking for 'mkvmerge' (from mkvtoolnix).. OK
-> Checking for 'ogmmerge' (from ogmtools).... OK
-> Checking for 'MP4Box' (from gpac).......... OK
-> Checking for 'tsMuxeR'..................... FAILED! [no support for the TS container]
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which mplayer version are you using?

the only change in the crop detection code between version 8.7.3 and 8.8.0 is that 8.8.0 has the MPLAYEROPTS variable from the config file. Everything else is the same and all works here without a problem, including fps detection. In fact, the fps detection code hasn't changed at all and I wonder why 8.7.3 works for you but 8.8.0 doesn't. Try reinstalling h264enc and also open up the config file in /home/username/.h264enc (you can directly edit it with the -e option) and remove everything from the MPLAYEROPTS variable

The error from line 2447 indicates that it can't find the length of the file/DVD thus it fails to divide it by 2. Have you tried other files or DVDs?
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MPlayer 1.0rc2-4.3.3.
removing '-noconfig all' from the config file resolves the issue, thanks
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MPlayer 1.0rc2-4.3.3.
removing '-noconfig all' from the config file resolves the issue, thanks
that's a VERY old version (a few years). You really should update to SVN if you can. I do not really support 1.0rc2
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gotta love Ubuntu, even the new 9.04 is using that old version, I'll see if I can find a newer version in 3rd party ppa
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build mplayer svn and it works just like it should now
MPlayer SVN-r29308-4.3.3 (C) 2000-2009 MPlayer Team
I guess Ubuntu overwrote my svn mplayer when I did the 9.04 upgrade
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ChangeLog for version 8.8.1
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* Use the same name for the log file as the output file name
* Force using the libmpeg2 decoder when encoding DVDs/VCDs (works slightly better in specific cases compared to ffmpeg2)
* Added support for IVTC 59.940 -> 23.976 fps
* Some small code cosmetics
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wow.. i created a mkv with h264enc today...

source was a .dv file where audio started after around 1 minute.

final file has sound without the delay for some reason the 1st few minutes of the actual sound data is simply missing...

so original file is like this:

"SILENCE-----HALLO BLA BLA"

the mkv is like this:

"BLA BLA"



i have no clue how h264enc managed to do this
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Rasi, no idea. I don't do anything special. Maybe mkvmerge itself is responsible for that... dunno really
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ChangeLog for version 8.8.2 - tiny update
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* Add iTunes video title name to MP4 files
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