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Old 20th August 2022, 12:21   #1  |  Link
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What replaces Zeraone ffmpeg 32 builds for AVS?

Been a long time since I needed to change anything and have been using Zeraone 32 bit builds for ffmpeg on Windows. Went to get the latest and found they have closed shop in Sept 2020.

None of the Windows builds on the ffmpeg page have a 32 bit version available. When I used the latest 64bit version of ffmpeg I still get the "Unknown Error" message when using 32bit Avisynth and 64bit ffmpeg.

I found a number of 32 bit builds from other sources but I'm not sure which one to use. This forum should be the best place to get a recommendation on which build to use in order to convert an .avs to .mp4 with ffmpeg.

So, which 32 bit ffmpeg build is recommended for use with Avisynth... or is there something else to consider?
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You can not directly load 32bit AVS dll into 64bit ffmpeg process. May be try to use AVFS via pismo file mount if 64bit sink required for some reason.
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Try this 32 bit build: https://github.com/sudo-nautilus/FFm...Win32/releases
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Zetti... that was one of the builds I found. Thanks for confirming! I'll give that one a go.
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