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Old 15th May 2019, 22:28   #781  |  Link
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935 from the link above might have a memory leak problem.
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If you want to use L-SMASH Works in AviSynth also for audio processing, you may want to prefer LwLibavAudioSource over LSMASHAudioSource even for ISO base media containers. I had an MP4 as source which contains AVC video and AAC audio (surprisingly in 44.1 kHz, possibly accidently resampled). Using LSMASHAudioSource, the audio contained annoying crackles; using LwLibavAudioSource, the sound was clean.
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Old 16th May 2019, 10:46   #783  |  Link
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If you want to use L-SMASH Works in AviSynth also for audio processing
Audio processing with avs is not something staxrip does by default.

Which build are you using? Maybe have a look in task manager regarding memory consumption.
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My report was not directed specifically to you, stax76, rather to the general audience.

I have a file date 2018-05-30. Probably LSMASHSource r941 MSVC hydra3333.
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Old 17th May 2019, 14:02   #785  |  Link
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@LigH

staxrip was using 929, I've checked 941 memory usage and it's fine.

L-SMASH Source 941:

http://www.mediafire.com/file/id4dp2zqha08wvx/
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I don't think the crackling sound of my issue is related to a memory leak, rather to the L-SMASH demultiplexer handling audio streams incorrectly (the libav demultiplexer instead works correctly).
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Old 21st May 2019, 10:08   #787  |  Link
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I don't get it, which L-SMASH should I use? Should I use L-SMASH-Works-r935+3-win64-20190401 or L-SMASH Source 941, or l33tmeatwad's "SWResample Test"-version that was released 2018-Jun-20?
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Removed parameter stacked. Now supports native high bit depth format.
Sounds awesome, thank you.
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What I don't understand is, when I close the avifile API the memory is not instantly reclaimed entirely.
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Old 12th July 2019, 00:44   #790  |  Link
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I also have a copy at https://github.com/HomeOfAviSynthPlu.../L-SMASH-Works basically I integrated patches from multiple forks.

Binaries compiled by myself can be found at https://down.7086.in/AviSynthPlus%20..._r935%2B26.zip .
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Thanks for this update!

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basically I integrated patches from multiple forks.
Can you tell us a little more about these patches?
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The same patch set HolyWu used, which was copied from enccc, and one more patch to use swresample instead of avresample, which was copied from l33tmeatwad.
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Feature request:
Add option cachefile to LWLibavVideoSource so user can specify where index file will be created.
Example
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LWLibavVideoSource("..\video.mkv",cachefile="C:\temp\MyIndex.lwi")
Currently LWLibavVideoSource is creating index file in the same folder as source video and thus creating an annoying mess.

BTW. Standalone indexer similar to ffmsindex.exe would be also useful.

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Old 25th July 2019, 23:30   #795  |  Link
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I recalled I found one on GitHub before, but it was not maintained for a few years.
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To maybe avoid possible misunderstanding and unnecessary work,

Code:
        ffms2_ORDERED_Function_List 


There follows a list of all function names together with CPP style argument specifiers that inform
Avisynth the argument types and optional names. Optional arguments have square brackets surrounding
their name as in [name] and are followed by a type specifier character that gives the type.
Unnamed arguments are not optional. eg "cc[arg1]b[arg2]i" would be two compulsory unnamed clip args,
followed by optional 'arg1' of type bool and optional 'arg2' of type int.

# Argument type specifier strings.
 c - Video Clip
 i - Integer number
 f - Float number
 s - String
 b - boolean
 . - Any type (dot)
# Array Specifiers
 i* - Integer Array, zero or more
 i+ - Integer Array, one or more
 .* - Any type Array, zero or more
 .+ - Any type Array, one or more
#    Etc
###################################


FFAudioSource "[source]s[track]i[cache]b[cachefile]s[adjustdelay]i[utf8]b[varprefix]s"
FFGetLogLevel ""
FFGetVersion  ""
FFIndex       "[source]s[cachefile]s[indexmask]i[dumpmask]i[audiofile]s[errorhandling]i[overwrite]b[utf8]b"
FFSetLogLevel "i"
FFVideoSource "[source]s[track]i[cache]b[cachefile]s[fpsnum]i[fpsden]i[threads]i[timecodes]s[seekmode]i[rffmode]i[width]i[height]i[resizer]s[colorspace]s[utf8]b[varprefix]s"
Perhaps it is not the standalone, but plugin function that is required. [Ffindex.Exe is not required to call ffindex() in script].

and just for good luck.
Code:
        LSMASHSource_ORDERED_Function_List 

LSMASHAudioSource  "[source]s[track]i[skip_priming]b[layout]s[rate]i[decoder]s"
LSMASHVideoSource  "[source]s[track]i[threads]i[seek_mode]i[seek_threshold]i[dr]b[fpsnum]i[fpsden]i[stacked]b[format]s[decoder]s"
LWLibavAudioSource "[source]s[stream_index]i[cache]b[av_sync]b[layout]s[rate]i[decoder]s"
LWLibavVideoSource "[source]s[stream_index]i[threads]i[cache]b[seek_mode]i[seek_threshold]i[dr]b[fpsnum]i[fpsden]i[repeat]b[dominance]i[stacked]b[format]s[decoder]s"
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I meant I found a standalone version of lsmash indexing tool on GitHub -- if that was causing misunderstanding.

Although I'm just using symbolic links to link the source into encoding directory, so no pollution to the sources.
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Was intended just incase Atak_Snajpera thought ffmsindex.exe was required for indexing in script via ffmsindex(clip).
[I at one time thought that the executable was necessary for indexing].
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cachefile feature would be very helpful and it would be awesome if the filter would write progress like 'Progress: 1%' to stdout.

Please note that any code can write to stdout, console tools can but GUIs and libraries like LSMASHSource.dll can do that as well.

An indexing app would be nice but using ffmpeg or vspipe will work as well:

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                Using proc As New Proc
                    proc.Header = "Index LWLibav"
                    proc.Encoding = Encoding.UTF8

                    If p.Script.Engine = ScriptEngine.AviSynth Then
                        proc.File = Package.ffmpeg.Path
                        proc.Arguments = "-i " + p.Script.Path.Escape + " -hide_banner"
                    Else
                        proc.File = Package.vspipe.Path
                        proc.Arguments = p.Script.Path.Escape + " NUL -i"
                    End If

                    proc.AllowedExitCodes = {0, 1}
                    proc.Start()
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Another question about the different LSMASH versions...

A while ago Ligh recommended to use the LSMASH versions which come with the current MeGUI distribution. Maybe not the latest and greatest, but proven and well tested. I did that (pleasantly surprised about the included latest XP-compatible version), and the non-XP version from the MeGui download is r929.

I used this version without any problems, but now I see that there are some newer builds which also incorporate a couple of patches, and I am curious again...

There is r941 by hydra3333, and also interesting is r935 by MeteorRain. I only need the 32-bit versions, and they should work under classic AVS 2.60 as well as under the latest AVS+ version. And stability is my major concern.

I did some test conversions with r935 by MeteorRain under classic AVS 2.61 Alpha without any problems. What confused me is that the readme says that this is a plugin for AVS+ and VapourSynth, no mention of classic AVS. Can I safely ignore this for the 32-bit version, or am I playing with fire?

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