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Old 23rd June 2010, 19:04   #1  |  Link
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Blaze - x264 GUI

Blaze is a new GUI for x264, specifically designed to provide end users and video converters a platform to encode video efficiently and easily. Blaze is full featured x264 encoder with about 90% commands coverage, the rest 10% is achieved from a custom option in the application(just for now). Blaze has got over with Betas and Testing and is out now.

Blaze maintains a rich user interface without eating any system resources that can slow down x264 video encoding.

UPDATE v1.0.3: 1. Added Jobs.
2. DragDrop for VideoFiles added in Query Window.
3. Pause/Resume functionality added in Encoding Window.
4. Taskbar ToolbarButtons added in Encoding Window.
5. Minor Bug Fixes.


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Video Input: mp4, raw AVC, mkv, flv, and anything that x264 understands.

Blaze is just made for Windows Vista and 7. Has never been tried on Windows XP so no results can be predicted for Windows XP.

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v1.0.3 x64

v1.0.3 x86

v1.0.3 Itanium 64bit


Required Tools:
Microsoft .NET Runtime 4.0 Client Profile
(no need to download if you are on Windows 7)

x264 Command Line:
Download EXE

Please put x264 in "Program Files\Blaze\Blaze [version]\tools\"

Alternatively you can the visit Blaze's Website: Homepage

Or checkout our blog for Recent Updates: Blog (All Comments, Feature Requests, Bug Reports are Welcome here)

Last edited by Blazeinme; 29th July 2010 at 09:22. Reason: Updated with New Version.
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Old 24th June 2010, 01:59   #2  |  Link
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Hi!

Looks interesting.

I just want to make certain I understand correctly - This GUI processes ONLY Video, no audio or subs?

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Old 24th June 2010, 02:20   #3  |  Link
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it looks like... bencos and realanime...

i will only add, talking about the video, a resize slider and preview window...
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Old 24th June 2010, 03:25   #4  |  Link
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In windows xp it can not installed how we test?
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^ Try unpacking the installer with 7-zip

OR

with UniExtract.
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Old 24th June 2010, 04:41   #6  |  Link
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Hi!

Looks interesting.

I just want to make certain I understand correctly - This GUI processes ONLY Video, no audio or subs?
Yup, currently, only Video, but I'm planning to add a Nero AAC Encoder in it, and a good MP4/MKV Muxer, "Soon" is the word for it , till then you can suggest me cool video muxers, with their Positives and Negatives, I don't like ffmpeg, because it corrupted my couple of videos, still I like it, because its something worth to have.

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it looks like... bencos and realanime...

i will only add, talking about the video, a resize slider and preview window...
bencos and realanime, guess will have to google for it, never heard about them before, by "resize slider" wat do you mean exactly, didn't gotcha, sorry , yeah preview window would be cool.

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In windows xp it can not installed how we test?
Pardon me, but I've just created this for Windows Seven and Vista, maybe I can release a Windows XP only version, but that's too far.
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www dot wix dot com/noflashhtml says:

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In my book, any web site which depends on SWF files for navigation cannot be taken seriously. Yes, I do have Flash on my computer, but I (and many other punters as well) do keep it disabled by default.

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Old 24th June 2010, 07:22   #8  |  Link
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for muxing just use mkvmerge and mp4box, nothing else
you can found usage of this in mpeg4 gui forum

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bencos and realanime, guess will have to google for it, never heard about them before, by "resize slider" wat do you mean exactly, didn't gotcha, sorry , yeah preview window would be cool.
Bencos and Realanime, are pretty good GUI like yours, but whitout the settings you have, just as simple as the dev needed it.

"resize slider" (i guess it's misspell), i wanted to say that you put a slider to change the video resolution like StaxRip or maybe spinners like MeGUI, it's just an opinion.

but the GUI is pretty cool! good job.

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@fantasmanegro, I guess I'll have to try StaxRip to see what you mean.

Thanx for the "Thanx", you're welcome!
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Bencos and Realanime, are pretty good GUI like yours, but whitout the settings you have, just as simple as the dev needed it.

"resize slider" (i guess it's misspell), i wanted to say that you put a slider to change the video resolution like StaxRip or maybe spinners like MeGUI, it's just an opinion.

but the GUI is pretty cool! good job.
I second that.

Keep up the good work.

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Please also include or make a user manual or instruction of this software.
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do not works for me, don't start. I've got x264 the following message: x264 [error]: invalid argument: crf = 20,0.
I've found other bugs too: if quality based VRB is selected, cannot switch to "size in MB" and enter my values, duration or final size. Cannot switch in n-pass mode. They are grey not selectable.
Choosing profile from list, VBR change to grey and again (and other settings), cannot start encoding the queues.
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If you are are planning to add AAC support, is there a chance for AC3 as well?
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can it encode sound by AAC ?
which build of x264 contains your gui ?

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