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Old 5th November 2020, 13:23   #21  |  Link
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the souce file can be too big a resolution which will crash avidemux and staxrip when you open the avs file.


i find 1080p files work and look nice, but 720p videos look nice too. and larger a source video and it will probably not even open the avs file.
Luckily I don't use the first, nor the latter.
I Indexed 4K UHD files many times in Avisynth without any problem, so the programs you're using are probably doing something in 32bit instead of 64bit which makes them crash. Luckily, I'm not gonna have this problem

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you need movavi video editor, if you follow my guide. if you find some other way for free then please do share. its impossible otherwise to split and have the same files length for the three videos which causes lip sync errors.
Nah, I'm gonna encode the whole video, it's not gonna crash as long as I'm gonna be on x64, as I said, I don't really need to trim anything, so I'm not gonna use any of that.

I was only curious about VR videos, whether there's a particular flag to be passed to x264/x265 or to the container at muxing time to make it recognized as VR. That's all I wanted to know.
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