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Old 1st August 2014, 11:57   #241  |  Link
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Erm, cough, does anyone know where to find up to date binaries of L-Smash (not Works but muxer, remuxer, etc) which will run on XP ? Preferably GCC compiled.
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Old 1st August 2014, 12:33   #242  |  Link
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Unfortunately without up to date and properly compiled binaries (ones that aren't slow), L-SMASH Works could end up 'dying' like so many other great projects. Why you may ask? Well, quite simply if people can't download it they can't use it! Also, many are turned away if there is a significant time between builds. Realistically it needs a 'daily' build, like MPC-HC gets. Sure, there may be a week or two between commits, but that doesn't matter, the nightly build only needs updating when new commits are made. The same probably can be said for FFMpegSource, since they, in many ways, compliment each other.
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Erm, cough, does anyone know where to find up to date binaries of L-Smash (not Works but muxer, remuxer, etc) which will run on XP ? Preferably GCC compiled.
- l-smash x86
- l-smash x64
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Thanks a lot!
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Any possibilities of being the new L-SMASH Works build guy? lol, thanks .
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I can provide l-smash builds as requested from time to time but not l-smash-work because it's a pain to compile (at least for me)...
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Ah ok . I would compile it myself but have had issues compiling in the past as well. Thought it was just me .
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The usual guy from where I was downloading "l-smash works" (yet other binaries like custom x264 builds) stopped, it's a shame.
Hope that more people get interest in sharing their own compiled versions, which is something that I don't master
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The usual guy from where I was downloading "l-smash works" (yet other binaries like custom x264 builds) stopped, it's a shame.
Hope that more people get interest in sharing their own compiled versions, which is something that I don't master
Yeah, quickest way for a project to die is the unavailability of binaries. If people can't get binaries they can't use it!
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You can get my L-SMASH-Works builds here. Require Visual C++ Redist 2013 (32-bit, 64-bit) and Windows Vista or later.

Also my L-SMASH builds can be found here.
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for maintaining their availability.
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, "weirdo"-san.
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Is there a way to mux in a subtitle track using the L-Smash muxer? What about setting one of two audio tracks as the default track? Thanks
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Here are my builds:
L-SMASH Works r729 32-bit
L-SMASH Works r729 64-bit
Require Visual C++ Redist 2013 (32-bit, 64-bit)
Thanks, very much appreciated!
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Old 27th August 2014, 06:03   #255  |  Link
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Any chance for FFinfo() in FFMS2.avsi can work with LWLibavVideoSource()?
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Probably only if L-SMASH Works would expose similar internal variables as FFMS2. The support has to start in the plugin DLL.
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Can you please update the links in the first post with the link here. And also make it clickable
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Looks like WebM/VP9 decoding is completely broken in the latest builds. Oh well, I have a copy from 2013 that seems to work right, I can use that just for webm.
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Not a single problem here at my linux box with my own compiles. Linked against ffmpeg and using vapoursynth filter.

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Looks like WebM/VP9 decoding is completely broken in the latest builds. Oh well, I have a copy from 2013 that seems to work right, I can use that just for webm.
Do you know which version from 2013?
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