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Old 16th April 2011, 20:28   #1  |  Link
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How to render/generate video files?

I created a AVS video but I can't upload it to youtube.
I would have to generate a video file from that script.
How to do that?
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Old 16th April 2011, 22:05   #2  |  Link
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Best way is to use Mediacoder which accept avs scripts you can encode in x264 with it with your cpu or graphic card (cuda) which i advise.
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It worked! Thanks!
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Best way is to use Mediacoder which accept avs scripts you can encode in x264 with it with your cpu or graphic card (cuda) which i advise.
Thanks to your post I understand at last why majority of Youtube videos look like crap but please refrain from recommending such awful tools next time, thanks.
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Mediacoder has some nasty adware stuff in it, I would not want to install it.
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mediacoder has the best x264 implementation as far as i know, not sure why you are so angry.I have never spotted an adware with this software, really plus that tool can do everything.
In the same vein there is avidemux.
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mediacoder has the best x264 implementation as far as i know,...
Yet you advised to use CUDA encoding in Mediacoder?
I'm curious as to how those two things come together in your mind because they basically contradict each other:
x264 stands for HIGHEST POSSIBLE QUALITY encode there is
CUDA stands for SPEED (though it can be beaten by x264 on most modern multicore CPUs easily as well) but certainly not QUALITY encode
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