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Old 17th June 2005, 13:11   #821  |  Link
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@Maximus_G: still waiting for an answer...
Naturally, the next version will support all new developments made in x264 (it already does, I'm creating clips with RDO like crazy), and it'll be much more userfriendly than before.
Canīt wait to test RDO
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Old 18th June 2005, 07:39   #822  |  Link
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Canīt wait to test RDO
Testet it with cli version for 2 clips - I think itīs very useful

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Please tell me when the gui is optikal ready. Than I can begin with the manual. MeGui really is the best freeware solution of mp4 and in the moment it kicks ass to every payware
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Please tell me when the gui is optikal ready.
I'm working really hard on it. Right now I'm testing auto-mode, then I have to make sure that adding additional streams and assigning languages in auto mode works (it works when muxing separately). After that it should be ready.

BTW, you can already use the lossless mode (always could), since MeGUI doesn't restrict the number range you can put into the quantizer field.
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Alright, the next version is out. I've opened a new thread because this one is way too long.

Go here for any further discussion: http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...495#post674495
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