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Old 13th September 2017, 16:10   #1  |  Link
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VEC: New Video Encoder GUI in the making

Hi, for over a year now i have been working on a video encoder GUI.
The project has become really big and i was thinking about publishing it for others than just myself to use
and i was wondering what the best approach would be.
i would like to have some sort of closed beta first with a few volunteers that want to try out my program,
squash bugs and what not before i release it (hopefully on here?).

Its hard for me to explain the whole scale and feature list of this so i apologize...

About my Program:

- it uses Avisynth as its scripting language
- it uses a bit of its own scripting language to generate scripts (If then else etc)
- it can be used with any and as many command line programs as wanted (the so called "Mainscript" lets you build your own encoding script routine)
- you build your own menus (cropping, resizing, color correcting) with scripts the way you like it
- it has a basic trimmer with fade in/fade out/cross fades etc
- highly customizable
- and a lot more

Main Window:

Avisynth Script Editor:

User Input for a Filter:

Main Script Editor:


This would be my first public project so If anyone thinks this is worth publishing, is interested in helping me with testing or anything at all please contact me.

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Very Interesting! I like the layout and expected level of customization.

I would be interested in testing customization and workflows, but I tend to do very simple encode jobs so wouldn't be testing the full feature set.
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