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Old 25th July 2018, 09:04   #1741  |  Link
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In my XP - SP3 install, any version following the 2.84 doesn't works;
It says: "process exited with error code: -1073741511" without further explanation(s).
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-1073741511 is hex 0x3ffffec7,

Only found a few mentions of that error code via google,
here is one concerning problem with a Qt4 dll:- http://www.qtcentre.org/threads/2621...ode-1073741511
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In my XP - SP3 install, any version following the 2.84 doesn't works;
It says: "process exited with error code: -1073741511" without further explanation(s).
Any hints?
Thank you
-1073741511 == 0xC0000139 == STATUS_ENTRYPOINT_NOT_FOUND
The procedure entry point %hs could not be located in the dynamic link library %hs.


I suppose you see that in that log inside of Simple x264 Launcher?

It would indicate that whatever encoder (x264? x265?) you are trying to use is missing a required function from one of its required DLLs.

Probably means that Windows XP is no longer supported by the effected encoder.

(Which wouldn't be much of a surprise, considering that Windows XP has reached "end of life" more than four years ago)

[UPDATE]

Indeed, current "x264.exe" imports various functions from KERNEL32.DLL that have not been available on Windows XP yet:
https://i.imgur.com/LtNswSW.png

(Also imports some functions from BCRYPT.DLL, which is missing entirely on Windows XP)
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-1073741511 is hex 0x3ffffec7
It actually is 0xC0000139, equal to STATUS_ENTRYPOINT_NOT_FOUND, if you interpret it as 32-Bit unsigned integer, which I think is the right thing to do here.

NT_STATUS codes are defined as DWORDs, which are 32-Bit unsigned integer values, but will be typecasted to 32-Bit signed integer values when returned as a process' exit code.

(Hence, if the original unsigned value had its most significant bit set, the signed value will have negative sign)

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#include <stdint.h>

int main()
{
    const uint32_t code = (uint32_t)(-1073741511);
    printf("0x%X\n", code);
    return 0;
}
Output:
Code:
0xC0000139
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Simple x264 Launcher v2.88
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Version 2.88 [2018-08-11]
* Updated x264 to revision 2932 (API v157)
* Updated x265 to version 2.8+57
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