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Old 1st September 2019, 14:45   #1  |  Link
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Hi! Where can I find x264 Patches like Film Grain Optimization, TriAQ, Device, profile force, level force?
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I suppose the OP was /is expecting standalone .diff files, not an already-patched repository...

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You can create the diff from the repository.
After, it's not realy possible with some patches to have "untouched code version" diff from each patch, because they can overlap.
So, you'll always result with "diff for patch Y is to apply after diff for patch X, because they both modify the same part of the code".
And if you have a patch for X and for Y, both to be applied on an untouched code, you'll have trouble to apply both of them.
For now, if he wants, he can create the diff files from the repository.
I don't know where standalone patches can be found, i made my repository using the t_mod repository.
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