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Old 26th September 2008, 04:06   #1  |  Link
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AVIdemux is GUI of choice for x264?

hey all i need a GUI to frameserver x264 from Vegas

can u name drop a few?
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Avidemux is a very good choice if you need a VDub-like GUI editor with built-in and up-to-date x264 encoder.
It also accepts Avisynth input. But not from Vegas! I never heard of a tool that is able frameserve from Vegas.
You can also export from Vegas to a lossless format and then import in Avidemux (or nother GUI).

Not sure what you want to do actually....
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I've never used it personally, but I heard about it in another thread. It looks promising

http://www.debugmode.com/frameserver/
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I've never used it personally, but I heard about it in another thread. It looks promising

http://www.debugmode.com/frameserver/
Does this work between VfW-based applications only? If so, x264 won't be able to accept input from it.
But maybe AVISource() in Avisynth. So this would be the chain to use then:

Vegas -> DebugMode Frameserver -> AVISource/Avisynth -> x264 GUI
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Vegas -> DebugMode Frameserver -> AVISource/Avisynth -> AVSProxy -> Avidemux
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Avidemux is a very good choice if you need a VDub-like GUI editor with built-in and up-to-date x264 encoder.
It also accepts Avisynth input. But not from Vegas! I never heard of a tool that is able frameserve from Vegas.
You can also export from Vegas to a lossless format and then import in Avidemux (or nother GUI).

Not sure what you want to do actually....
AVISYNTH is too daunting for me !! debugmode i have used previously,

i do editing in vegas but need an x264 encoder..whats my options?
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Try my directshow x264 build and you will completely kick away AVISYNTH.
http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=141441

Vegas -> Debugmode Frameserver -> x264 CLI

Unfortunately I did not write a GUI yet, hope there will be one
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