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Old 15th December 2017, 15:04   #1  |  Link
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XviD 1.3.5 is out

Changes since 1.3.4:

xvidcore library
  • AmigaOS build patch by Fredrik Wikstrom
  • Support for applevel multithreading mode also for AVI output in xvid_encraw
  • Set interlacing flag in decoder correctly

VFW frontend
  • Re-add support to decode raw YV12 input FourCC video
  • Fix: Produce debug output only when debug option is enabled
DShow/MFT frontend
  • Fixed bug in thumbnail creation on Windows 7
  • Fix output buffer stride calculation in MFT
  • Setting interlaced flags on output pins correctly in DirectShow and MFT
  • Corrected pixel aspect ratio support in MFT

https://downloads.xvid.com/downloads...5-20171208.exe

https://labs.xvid.com/source/#Release

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MinGW-Win32/GCC 7.2.0 built CLI tools of Xvid 1.3.5 available in my MediaFire shares (see my signature).
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I tried it opening an avi with VirtualDubMod and it opened perfect! It's good that they put the VFW support back on.
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Old 15th December 2017, 23:56   #4  |  Link
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MinGW-Win32/GCC 7.2.0 built CLI tools of Xvid 1.3.5 available in my MediaFire shares (see my signature).
I can't download it, I'm getting this error message:
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Unfotunately I don't know which terms of usage it might violate.

Fortunately I also uploaded it in the VideoHelp forums.
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FWIW, and to whom it may interest, this archive includes the VfW interface.

https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/...52#post2504552

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Unfotunately I don't know which terms of usage it might violate.

Fortunately I also uploaded it in the VideoHelp forums.
Your version of encraw shows version "xvid-1.4.0-dev" whereas Midzuki's build shows (correctly) "xvid-1.3.5".
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Because I used SVN to retrieve the latest sources? ... OK, once again. Attached archive in VideoHelp post updated (Win32 and Win64 builds from v1.3.5 source archive instead of SVN, incl. some legal files, and with max. 8192 zones).
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Old 16th December 2017, 14:08   #9  |  Link
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Because I used SVN to retrieve the latest sources?
Yes, that was quite obvious. I just thought you may not have been aware that you checked out the latest instead of the release (1.3.5).
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Just for curiosity, I report that the file that Midzuki suggests makes when I try to play an AVI XVID in Windows Media Player in Windows 7 it chrashes, it does not happen that way with the 11 MB file of Koepi.
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Just for curiosity, I report that the file that Midzuki suggests makes when I try to play an AVI XVID in Windows Media Player in Windows 7 it chrashes, it does not happen that way with the 11 MB file of Koepi.
Just do not use Windows Media Player, problem solved =)

Seriously: I cannot determine whether the problem is in WMP itself OR in some stupid automagic update from Microsoft themselves.

Someone please correct me if I am wrong... but WMP 12 does not use VfW at all for playing MPEG-4 ASP videos, right?

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^ Right now I'm playing an Xvid-encoded AVI file in WMP12 and no, there are no problems at all, no crashes, glitches, or whatever.

I too use Windows 7, but differently from many /most people, I never let the operating system update itself.

P.S.: Equally possible, the cause of the problem is another software which your computer has but mine doesn't.
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It installs both DirectShow and Media Foundation decoder. WMP12 uses MF by default, except if DirectVobSub is installed and a subtitle file is present.
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I also have LAV filters 0.71 installed, I do not know if it will have something to do so that only the Koepi file works.
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Well, I solved the problem in the following way:

1) I updated the system, although I did not see any related to WMP
2) I replaced the xvidvfw.dll file (the culprit of the crash, according to the Windows report) with the Koepi file and then ran the .bat file.

For whoever is interested, here is the resulting package:
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So, you mixed Koepi's VfW interface DLL with a newer Xvid core DLL?
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So, you mixed Koepi's VfW interface DLL with a newer Xvid core DLL?
No, both are from version 1.3.5 (I took Koepi's xvidvfw.dll from System32), but maybe the version of the Midzuki link is bad compilated.
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No, both are from version 1.3.5 (I took Koepi's xvidvfw.dll from System32), but maybe the version of the Midzuki link is bad compilated.
Since Xvid 1.3.5 and WMP12 work as they should on my PC which runs Windows 7 x64, the right conclusion is only one: the problem is yours, not mine.

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I said Midzuki link, not Midzuki compilation, it's a videohelp link only
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