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Old 27th March 2017, 21:05   #1  |  Link
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FFMS2000 - The experimental future of FFMS2

Here's the second test build of FFMS2000, an experimental future version of FFMS2. Test it for regressions relative the previous FFMS2 release.

FFMS2000 test7



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- 2.2000 test7
  - Fixed a H.264 PAFF regression (Daemon404)
  - Improved seeking in mpeg and mpegts streams (Myrsloik)
  - Added rgb(a)p8 output to Avisynth+ (Myrsloik)
  - Added VP9 support (Daemon404)
  - Fixed incorrectly reporting the output as limited range when it's in fact unknown and likely to be full range (Myrsloik)
  - Added mastering display metadata output (Myrsloik)
  - VapourSynth source now defaults to not outputting alpha (Myrsloik)
  - Removed the now unused demuxer, dumpmask, audiofile and utf8 arguments from the source filters (Myrsloik)
  - Removed ability to dump audio tracks (Myrsloik)
  - Fixed incorrect colorimetry metadata reported when converting the output to another colorspace (Myrsloik)
  - Sources now simply reference the index instead of copying large parts of it (Myrsloik)
  - Use new FFmpeg decoding API (Myrsloik)
  - Fixed several bugs in output format selection (Myrsloik)
  - FFMSIndex will now properly error out with invalid arguments (Myrsloik)
  - Add rotation metadata export (Myrsloik)
  - Add stereoscopic metadata export (Myrsloik)
  - Created new Visual Studio 2017 projects (Myrsloik)
  - Removed old mingw version support (Myrsloik)
  - Removed support for old FFmpeg versions (Myrsloik)
  - Removed libav support (Myrsloik)
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It of course supports XP, yes

(thought not)
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i would like to thank you for your great work i will run some tests and give you feedback

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It of course supports XP, yes

(thought not)
I don't hope so
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Thank you everybody, except amayra.

EDIT: Checked it, and it does work on XP, lovely Thank you M.
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Myrsloik is most of the time a sorta reasonable person, unlike me who would have actively chosen to make it incompatible with XP just out of pure spite
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It's XP, not Windows 7 or 8.1. If they want to stick with such an old OS why do they want the latest in everything else? If the computer really is that old, I douby encoding 1080P would be that productive. Not saying 1080P or 720P encoding with x264/x265 is impossible, just not practical. If it manages the speed it's likely the quality settings are so low that encoding at 480P would give much better picture.

What wrong with using older, compatible versions? If the old versions are so bad, why still run XP?!
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It's XP, not Windows 7 or 8.1. If they want to stick with such an old OS why do they want the latest in everything else? If the computer really is that old, I douby encoding 1080P would be that productive. Not saying 1080P or 720P encoding with x264/x265 is impossible, just not practical. If it manages the speed it's likely the quality settings are so low that encoding at 480P would give much better picture.

What wrong with using older, compatible versions? If the old versions are so bad, why still run XP?!
I think using old OS is another story than using newer filter update

anyway, I was using xp too until I bought new laptop with win 7 included, many people don't like change their os but they update it as possible

and if you can keep support for old things in new update, why you will not do it? for example I did some update to SMDegrain but I kept the 2.5 avs support, the only script that I remove the 2.5 support from it was QTGMC cuz there are chroma bug in Bob() with 420 subsampling and to solve it in avs 2.5 we will make the script more slow
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Myrsloik is most of the time a sorta reasonable person
Yes, so much nicer and more worthwhile person than Fluffy.

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unlike me who would have actively chosen to make it incompatible with XP just out of pure spite
You dont need to state the obvious

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If the old versions are so bad, why still run XP?!
I suppose that means that you update because you think older versions are 'so bad'.
I refuse point blank to go M$ after XP, Vista left such a bad taste in my mouth that anything remotely resembling it makes me shudder.

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Not saying 1080P or 720P encoding with x264/x265 is impossible, just not practical.
I'm personally not too bothered about HD (I got lo rez almost kaput eyes).
As far as speed is concerned, I'm not too bothered either, I farm encodes off to one of several P4's running XP, and they can take as much time as they like, I dont care.
Even if I did run W7 on No 1 m/c I would not use anything that does not run on XP.
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I don't hope so
There's really just nothing you can do to change the mind of an old and stubborn person, most people tend to get more and more stubborn and refuse to advance as they get older anyways
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There's really just nothing you can do to change the mind of an old and stubborn person, most people tend to get more and more stubborn and refuse to advance as they get older anyways
i crack this as joke so you dont need to be so mean... so please stay in the topic OS discussion is off topic here
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Ok I understand people who hate latest M$ experiment called Win10 aka Service10 aka Ads10 aka ShutUPAndGiveMeYourData10 but Win7 (NT6.1) is really great replacement for WinXP (NT5.1).
Mature, stable and works excellent with RyZen/KabyLake.
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Ok I understand people who hate latest M$ experiment called Win10 aka Service10 aka Ads10 aka ShutUPAndGiveMeYourData10 but Win7 (NT6.1) is really great replacement for WinXP (NT5.1).
Mature, stable and works excellent with RyZen/KabyLake.
I have been playing around with W7 in a VM for quite some time and I have to agree. After removing junk with NTLite and some registry tweaks I can live with it. Nice to know that contemporary CPUs work.
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I probably have made a reputation here to be a diehard XP fan. In fact I do have a Win7 notebook (Core i5) running in parallel to my old desktop which runs XP simply because its hardware does not even allow to install Win7. So I do have a direct comparison...

XP is still so much easier to use than Win7 for me. For Win7 I have to apply countless tweaks (DS filters, UAC, ZIP handling, VirtualStore, Permissions to name a few) until it does things the way I need them. And it still uses much more resources than XP. I have an XP installation imaged for my Core i5 notebook, and after installing this image the notebook feels much more responsive.

And what I have read recently about Win7 support for newer CPUs, I applaud AMD for continuing support for RyZen under Win7, but for Intel it looks like M$ bribed them to discontinue support for Win7 even if there is no technical reason. For KabyLake I read that you have to apply some obscure patches to get it to work under Win7.

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Can I interest y'all in a Linux distribution? It's definitely not made by Microsoft.
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I would appreciate a Linux distribution of ffms2000, (guess we have to wait a few years for ffms2017).
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ffms2 has been cross platform from the start, it just doesn't have an avisynth plugin on linux

works fine in vapoursynth, tho

e: looks like compilation might be a bit broken at the moment though

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I would appreciate a Linux distribution of ffms2000, (guess we have to wait a few years for ffms2017).
Only on doom9 you'll hear of 2000 as being the future
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All I know is, I tried to install ffms on Linux and it failed because of some un-resovlable dependance, and at that point I gave up.
(Much like I have on previous attempts at linux trials).

EDIT: Linux dont work flawlessly, till it does I'm somewhat tempted to use the less than desirable XP.

EDIT: Sorry, OT again, lets get back on it.
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I posted test2 NOW WITH 100% MORE XP HATE!

See the first post. It now has FFmpeg compiled with zlib so it should support more formats again (compared to 2.23). And some bug fixes too.
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fail build in linux

Code:
make: *** No rule to make target 'src/core/lavfaudio.cpp', needed by 'src/core/lavfaudio.lo'.  Stop.
make: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs....
fms2000 branch on ffms2 github
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