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Just updated from 2755 to 2768, no problems (not yet tried encode).
WinXP32 SP3

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I don't know the 2768 changelog.
Changelog
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2768 [x264]                 improved custom command line parameter detection
2767 [L-SMASH Indexer]      fixed some issues (regression of 2757)
2766 [OneClick]             fixed an issue if the input audio codec cannot be used for direct muxing (regression of 2759). bug #890
2765 [Video Preview]        aligned the total time and frame count in the title bar with the Info() output
2764 [OneClick]             fixed external audio file handling (regression of 2759). bug #889
2763 [Audio Encoder]        ignore a requested sample rate change if source and target are identical
2762 [Audio Encoder]        fixed "NicAudio" not being saved as preferred decoder (regression of 2693)
2761 [OneClick] + [AVS SC]  select AviSource() or DirectShowSource() only if suitable
2760 [OneClick]             cosmetics
2759 [OneClick]             improved handling of audio tracks:
                            - FLAC encodings use the HD track instead of the core if possible. Feature request #610
                            - fixed demux of multiple audio tracks using the same input track (eac3to only)
                            - fixed handling of TrueHD+AC3 tracks if using an intermediate MKV file
2758 [Muxer]                removed dtshd and dtsma file extension and added eac3 and thd+ac3 file extension where suitable
     [MediaInfo]            improved audio codec/type detection
2757 [L-SMASH Indexer]      improved error handling
2756 [Chapter]              added a workaround for MediaInfo sometimes not detecting all chapters in MPLS files (regression of 2753)
2755 [AutoEncode]           fixed a crash if trying to add additional content (regression of 2753)
                            improved logging
2754 [MKV Info]             switched to the JSON format as the old switch is deprecated (requires mkvmerge 9.7+) 
2753 [Chapter]              improved chapter handling
                            all MediaInfo supported files and TXT/XML files can be used as chapter files
                            !!! existing jobs have to be recreated as otherwise the chapter information will not be added !!!
     [Muxer]                use chapter information from the input video file if available
     [Muxer] + [OneClick]   disable/enable the chapter selection box based upon the selected container and device type
2752 [MKV Muxer]            ignore invalid subtitle files
2751 [HD Streams Extractor] improved handling of audio tracks with unknown parameters
2750 [Worker]               fixed rare invisible progress window (regression of 2743)
2749 [Update]               fixed a rare crash when a restart is required and MeGUI is already closed
2748 [HD Streams Extractor] added detection of "core/embedded" tracks
                            removed the DTSHD "extract as" option
                            added the DTS_CORE "extract as" option
                            added settings menu:
                            - added option to select by default the (non-)HD tracks (defaults to non-HD)
                            - moved the language track selection option from the global settings into the new menu
                            - added settings to inlcude the encoding and/or all demuxer "extract as" options
                              AAC encoding is only available if neroaacenc.exe is found in the eac3to directory
2747 [Worker]               improved handling of multiple worker instances. part II
2746 [Worker]               improved handling of multiple worker instances
2745 [Main]                 added option to extend logging
2744 [Worker]               improved child process priority handling. part II
2743 [Worker]               improved child process priority handling
2742 [Main]                 improved OS detection
2741 [MediaInfo]            fixed chapter detection
                            prevent MediaInfo from locking the GUI
2740 [OneClick]             disable controls while input detection is ongoing
2739 [MediaInfo]            removed the external dependency to MediaInfoWrapper.dll
2738 [OneClick]             fixed detection of audio track names
2737 [Muxer] + [OneClick]   removed unnecessary "X" buttons
2736 [Update]               x64: fixed detection of the DGIndexIM package 
2735 [MP4 Muxer]            write always aspect ratio information to preserve anamorphic information. Bug #837
2734 [Profile]              removed redundant second warning when changing a profile which should be saved to the scratchpad. Feature request #606
2733 [OneClick]             added button to clear the working directory path and the chapters file
     [AVS Script Creator]   added button to clear the subtitle file
     [Muxer]                added button to clear the chapter file
2732 [OneClick]             fixed OneClick startup error (regression of 2631)
2731 [OneClick]             added aspect ratio selection to the OneClick profile
                            input aspect ratio can always be selected
                            if an input aspect ratio will be selected this will be forced
                            the aspect ratio will not be forced by the muxer if the video track has been encoded
                            cosmetics
2730 [AutoEncode]           do not force the aspect ratio to be written by the muxer as it is available in the video stream
2729 [Muxer]                added/improved aspect ratio writing (all muxers except the AVI muxer)
                            for the M2TS muxer only some input video types are supported
                            improved logging
2728 [VideoEncoder]         forced aspect ratio to be written to the encoding
                            if not available in the job the avs aspect ratio information will be used
2727 [Worker]               priority changes will also be applied to child processes. Feature request #615
2726 [OneClick]             removed the "Anamorph Output" option in the OneClick profile. Please use the anamorphic encoding options in the AviSynth profile instead.
2725 [Main]                 fixed wrong AR of a "video encoding" queued job in rare cases (regression of 2610)
2724 [OneClick]             cosmetic fix as sometimes even with "don't encode video" some video processing options were not disabled
2723 [OneClick]             improved error handling of invalid AviSynth scripts
2722 [Main]                 if not at least AviSynth 2.6 is installed the portable build will be used
                            improved AviSynth logging
2720 [AviSynth Wrapper]     added functions to detect AviSynth details
2719 [AviSynth Wrapper]     updated wrapper to interface 3
2718 [FFMS Indexer]         enabled AVI file handling
2717 [AviSynth Wrapper]     improved error handling
2716 [VideoEncoder]         extended avs log information


Changelog 2624 --> 2715

Features/Changes:
[AudioEncoder]         default to LWLibavAudioSource()/LSMASHAudioSource()
[AviSynth]             replaced Yadif by Yadifmod2
[FileIndexer]          added title selector for DVD sources incl. multi-angle support
[Update]               improved updater to download appropriate architecture packages (can be deselected in the options)
[VobSubber]            The VobSubber has been enhanced
                       - to support demux of forced subtitles
                       - to select if the subtitles should be extracted to multiple files
                       - with improved speed as the source will only be indexed once for multiple tracks
                       - to detect DVD sources incl. multi-angle suppor
[x265 Encoder]         x265 is now always enabled

Enhancements/Fixes:
[AudioEncoder]         added downmix option to 5.1
[FileIndexer]          added IFO as supported input file type
[Haali Media Splitter] if the Haali Media Splitter is needed by the HD Streams Extractor it will be installed (administrative permissions are required)
[HD Streams Extractor] Unknown or not supported tracks cannot be selected
[OneClick]             added MPLS as supported input files
[Title Selector]       improved DVD/Blu-ray support & added option to change the minimum title length also in the global settings
[Various]              where appropriate for DVD/Blu-ray sources a prefix and suffix is attached to the output file name


Changelog 2525 --> 2624

Features/Changes:
[Aften Encoder]        The Aften AC-3 encoder has been removed. Please switch to FFmpeg AC-3.
[DGAVCIndex Indexer]   DGAVCIndexer has been removed. Please use another indexer.
[DGIndexIM Indexer]    DGIndexIM has been added. It is disabled by default and has to be enabled in the settings. 
                       The new default indexer order is: DGIndexNV, DGIndexIM, DGIndex, L-SMASH, FFMS
[Main]                 .NET 4.0 is now required for MeGUI
[Main]                 The support for Windows XP has been dropped
[x265 Encoder]         Added n-pass support
[Xvid Encoder]         Added support for Xvid 1.3. An additional automated step is required as the output file must be prepared with FFmpeg.


Enhancements/Fixes:
[FFMS Indexer]         disabled AVI file handling as FFMS may cause jittery motion
[HD Streams Extractor] + [MediaInfo] if a language cannot be detected or matched the default MeGUI language will be used
[HD Streams Extractor] improved feature selection & handling of unsupported tracks
[Main]                 added ~300 additional languages to select based upon ISO 639-2
[Muxer] + [OneClick]   improved language detection based on the file name
[Profile]              profiles will be saved to disk also when a profile is changed. 
                       additionally "Load Defaults" resets now the selected profile (before it was the scratchpad one). 
[Update]               clean package directory during update


Changelog 2507 --> 2525

Features/Changes:
[Audio Encoder]        added custom command line support
[Chapter Creator]      added option to sort the title list by chapter count
[FDK-AAC Encoder]      added FDK-AAC encoder support
                       due to the FDK-AAC license the encoder will not be available in the online updater

Enhancements/Fixes:
[Chapter Creator]      cosmetics
[Chapter Creator]      improved error handling
[HD Streams Extractor] cosmetics
[OneClick]             better support for Blu-ray playlist where eac3to and mediainfo report different track information
[OneClick]             fixed removing the wrong subtitle track when using the DEL key
[Update]               get update server configuration data from the update server itself
[Update]               if an outdated package is enabled the update will be downloaded automatically (if auto update is not disabled)
[VobSubber]            improved error handling
[x265]                 adjusted command line for recent avs4x265


Known Problems:
- Windows XP and older is not supported
- Unicode is not supported
- non default DPI values are not supported
- M2TS bitrate calculator does not calculate correct values as the specifications are unknown

Full changelog: 
http://sourceforge.net/p/megui/code/HEAD/tree/megui/trunk/Changelog_full.txt?format=raw
EDIT: Full Changelog URL @ bottom of your current MEGUI Menu Help/Changelog.

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Hello tebasuna51
Thanks for replying so quickly. YES I do have that file, which I was unaware of until you pointed it out thank you. I was able to use a Windows 7 System Restore point to return my computer to the state it was in the day before I upgraded to 2768 so I'm back to 2767 and will leave it like that until Zathor returns...GOOD advice! I lost my configuration settings so it went back to default, might there be a backup for that file? If not I think I've got it back to the way it was, I tested it last night on a movie I just worked on recently and the results looked just fine.

Once again thanks for your quick response it was most helpful, I'll make a note of where those files are in case I ever need them again.

Hi StainlessS
Just saw your post, glad to hear it worked for you. I just checked my updates with the ones in your screen grab and mine are all the same versions.
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Did an x264 encode and here is the (successful) log:- http://www.mediafire.com/file/al9k5y...2_13-49-55.zip

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Please report any trouble or success changing to 2768.
Because Zathor holidays maybe we can stay at 2767 untill there are success reports.

@HOB
Please inform about your OS, AviSynth version, etc.
@HOB, can you provide above requested Info, might become pertinent if others have problems.

Also, you could retry, eg
Make copy of MeGUI folder,
Execute MeGUI update. If crash, restore from copy and retry one update at a time till crash.
Report what happened.

Here log of x265 encode on same file/script.
http://www.mediafire.com/file/01sv2b...2_14-14-39.zip

x265 seems to have improved nicely, last time I tried it I think I got about 0.2 FPS on StdDef (with similar-ish script),
with Core2Duo 2.4GHz CPU.

Today, Core2Quad 2.4GHz, x264 (CRF 21.5, SLOW preset), getting 6.75 FPS encode, CPU @ ~72%.
x265, Same settings, 1.46FPS and CPU @ 100.0% most of the time.
(Encode clip output 1280x720@25FPS, reasonably heavy processing script including MCDegrainSharp and FFT3DFilter-ing).

Think I might sometimes use x265 now
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I notice you're using WinXP, I wonder if that might have something to do with it? I'm using Windows 7. Also...your Changelog reference to 2768 says "custom command line parameter detection", I can imagine any mistake accessing a command line might cause a Blue Screen Crash and perhaps as you are using XP and I'm using 7 that might explain the difference? Glad it's working for you...
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HOB, See EDIT.

All Changelog stuff between your current and 2768 is pertinent, and I think your ref to custom command line would only be relevant
when update success and using MeGUI to call x264.
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2768 [x264] improved custom command line parameter detection
EDIT: Below might be relevant.
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2749 [Update]               fixed a rare crash when a restart is required and MeGUI is already closed
2736 [Update]               x64: fixed detection of the DGIndexIM package
EDIT: Above not relevant, as your old setup was 2767 (not 2715, stable).

Kinda curious about below

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Changelog 2624 --> 2715
[Update]               improved updater to download appropriate architecture packages (can be deselected in the options)
Cant find it in settings.
EDIT: Arh In Update, for MediaInfo, when trying to Enable, option is disabled, but allows "Ignore Updates" and "Force Reinstall".
MediaInfo [EDIT: update] must now not be usable in XP (lovely to have that Zathor, Thanx).
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Thanks for the feedback, I guess I'll just stick with 2767 till Zathor gets backs and has a look at things.

After the Blue Screen appeared, just after updating from 2767, I rebooted into Windows 7 and tried to start MeGUI 2768 once again at which point it went straight to the blue screen. I've got a system with XP on it, when I get the time I'll try and update it to 2768 and see what happens.

Back again...
I updated to 2768 on my XP with no Blue Screen so there may be something going on that's specific to Windows 7 in general or my computer in particular.
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Thanks for your info StainlessS.

And yes, the change:

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2768 [x264] improved custom command line parameter detection
can't be dangereous, was because https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.p...34#post1812334

I upgrade to 2768 (W 7) without problems, seems a problem in HOB system not related with MeGUI.
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Hello tebasuna51
After seeing that you successfully upgraded to 2768 in Win 7 it encouraged me to keep working on the problem. I had a BU folder of MeGUI and tried updating it to 2768 and it worked. Out of curiosity I tried once again to update MeGUI from that original WORKING folder with the same BLUE SCREEN results. So there is something going on in that folder that is the cause of the problem...what it could be is beyond me and not that important as I've been able to update MeGUI from my BU folder.

Thanks to both you and StainlessS for your help...
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How does MeGUI pipe AviSynth output to external audio encoders?
How can it be done directly on the commandline?

For example, here's what's executed thru MeGUI:
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fdkaac.exe --ignorelength -m 5 -p 2 - -o output.m4a
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Sending wav/w64 files by STDOUT, like do the command line pipe '|'.

On commandline use avs2pipemod, for instance:

avs2pipemod -wav=24bit input.avs | fdkaac.exe --ignorelength -m 5 -p 2 - -o output.m4a
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Thanks.

Is there a reason to force 24-bit?
Would it be better to remove --ignorelength and pass the full WAV headers (if possible)?

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Is there a place where I can download the latest version of MeGUI in a zip format, version 2768, NOT the stable version? If I have problems in the future being able to download the complete UPDATED program might prove useful.
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I doubt that there is a zip of development version, why not just zip up what you've got now ?
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I mentioned above that the problem I had updating from 2767 to 2768 seemed to be related to the WORKING folder of MeGUI that I was using as I WAS able to update to 2768 from a BU folder I had. It occured to me that having access to a COMPLETE undamaged ZIP file of the "beta" versions might prove useful if I were to have a similar problem in the future. Of course you can download the STABLE version from many sources but it would be nice to be able to download the "beta" versions as well....just a thought. Thanks for your reply.
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OK, but here something I've already written and so post anyway.

I have a "C:\NON-INSTALL" folder on C: drive (WXP32, perhaps better elsewhere on W7+).
In this folder I have ~200 directories containing non install software (eg DebugView,
Avisynth Docs in compressed searchable *.CHM format, AviSynthesizer_Mod, MeGUI, MeGUI_AutoEncode_Batcher, etc).
I also have folder, "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\NON-INSTALL",
which I set up to contain shortcuts (some with assigned HOT-KEYS, eg CTRL/ALT/G for
MeGUI Development, and CTRL/ALT/SHIFT/G for MeGUI stable).
When propely set up and happy, I then copy the shortcut folder to
"C:\NON-INSTALL\__NON-INSTALL SHORTCUTS\NON-INSTALL".
After having done so, I then 7Zip the whole lot, and archive it somewhere, just checked,
currently 684MB, ~2GB when decompressed.
If I do a new machine setup, just a matter of copying the 7z to install location (C:\), and de-zip,
then copy folder "NON-INSTALL\__NON-INSTALL SHORTCUTS\NON-INSTALL" to original location, do a reboot
to get all of the shortcuts working, and Bobs your aunt Fanny, 200+ utilities all set up at once.
You do have to remember to update your archive every now and then, but after that it easy.
After MEGUI update is good time to update, or after adding utils or shortcuts, just needs 5 mins to 7zip it,
then copy to archive location.
I also have two additional worker machines (P4's), which I can easily set up the same 200+ utils
in a couple of minutes each, complete with updates of eg MeGUI devs + standard (both are offline
machines).
I know W7 is a little more restrictive than XP, but I'm sure that you could figure out a way to
get similar to above working.

Dont know what I would do without it.

EDIT: The double underscore "__" of "__NON-INSTALL SHORTCUTS" sorts that directory at top of the dir list,
easier to find amongst 200 directories.

EDIT: Here a site with a whole bundle of good utilities to start you off, NirSoft:- http://www.nirsoft.net/
WARNING, you are likely to get AntiVirus warnings about Pups (Potentially Unwanted Programs), or some other
warnings, for a number of utils on this site, If you download programs to show your various Passwords etc, then dont be
surprised about the warnings, you should only be surprised if they got onto your machine via some other means.
This site is the source of the brilliant USBDeView util, used and recommended by many including M$.

System Internals (M$):- https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/
Source for DeBugview + many other M$ utils. [EDIT: I think M$ bought out SysInternals so they could make
some of the NTFS read/write utilities disappear].

Some good stuff on this site too, (but cant offhand remember what I use from it, MiTec):- http://www.mitec.cz/
EDIT: Amongst others, I use the DirList and System Info programs.

TestDisk (Probably the most accomplished drive recovery software, but needs patience and care, also you DO NEED to read
docs [DOS box style interface with menu, no GUI]):- http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TestDisk
EDIT: Cant remember offhand how, but TestDisk allows you to make an image of a drive/partition onto another bigger drive, and you
can do as forensic type software does to fix the IMAGE partition/recover data without chance of causing further damage. Then, if you do screw up,
you will always get another chance to screw up again, after reading the docs

PhotoRec, same people as TestDisk, but easier to use (GUI, no longer limited to recovery of just photos).
http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/PhotoRec
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PhotoRec

With many programs, you can make non-install version by making a copy of folder and uninstalling.
Then delete uninstall type stuff from copy, test it out. Best to do original install to store config settings in current directory
if given the option.

Those described as Portable Apps, are likely to run well from NON-INSTALL setup.
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Quote:
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Is there a reason to force 24-bit?
I say "for instance" because I don't know the input.avs.
Inside AviSynth you can have 8,16,24,32 bit int and 32 bit float.
Select the proper one (if admited by the encoder).

If your source is lossless the decoders suply 16 or 24 bit int normally.
(use 16-bit if you know the source is 16)
If your source is lossy decoders suply 32 bits float samples, you can use float or convert to 24 bit int with the same precission and less size.

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Would it be better to remove --ignorelength and pass the full WAV headers (if possible)?
The WAV header can be wrong if data to send is greater than 4 GB (2 fields in header with only 32 bits can't put the correct size if > 4GB), only if you know than data is < 4 GB you can remove the --ignorelength parameter.

BTW if size is < 4GB and exist --ignorelength parameter all work fine also, then use --ignorelength always when you use pipe.

Here, AviSynth, know the full size of data to transfer and can put the correct value (if < 4GB) in wav header.
But other soft, for instance a decoder, don't know the full size until finish, and can't put the correct value in header in the beginning, then always need the --ignorelength even with data < 4 GB using pipe.
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Hello StainlessS
Incredible post!...thank you so much for the feedback, I've got a lot of reading to do.
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Audio muxing with MegUI

Hello All

I have A question regarding MegUI.

Basicly My normal encoding prodess is...

index m2ts file
Re encode audio
open dgi with avisynth creator, apply filters, save
open bitrate calculator, input audio, select filesize, bitrate ect, save and queue.
start ancoding...
MegUI will then encode the video to hevc / .x256 and then mux the video into an mkv file.
Once completed I the remux the mkv file with the audio file to complete the encode.

Is it possible for MegUi to mux the audio at the same time as the hevc file after encoding and save me having to manually mux the audio / video at the end of the encoding?

This would save a lot of time when i run batches of 20+ encodes.

Thanks
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