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  1. Re: Howto: Compile the development version of vlc under the latest Ubuntu release

    It actually didn't start out complex; it originally only had the main components and some useful optional dependencies. But then I decided to challenge myself with getting all those disparate...
  2. Re: Howto: Compile the development version of vlc under the latest Ubuntu release

    This is precisely the scenario I meant by 'spillage'. Not closing the Terminal session between building each project is common enough (or even the typical approach; restarting the Terminal or...
  3. Re: Howto: Compile the development version of vlc under the latest Ubuntu release

    Based on what it sounds like you're saying, the reason 'export' is needed is because setting environment variables as separate steps before ever running configure is not supported; configure will...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Questions about desktop environments

    1) Yes there are. GNOME (referring to the GNOME 3 desktop here, not the deeper system stuff that Unity also depends on), KDE, Xfce, and LXDE are generally the big players. MATE and Trinity also...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Updating mingw gcc compiler

    If you were using 14.04 instead of 13.10, this would be a moot point: the MinGW-w64 GCC in Trusty's repos is 4.8.2.

    3.5.8 is not the MinGW-w64 version, it's the version number of Zeranoe's build...
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    [SOLVED] Re: libavformat54

    That's what the PKG_CONFIG_PATH and/or PKG_CONFIG_LIBDIR environment variables are for.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Mass File Extension Change

    With a for-loop:

    for n in *.ogg ; do
    mv "$n" "${n%.*}.oga"
    done

    ${n%.*}.oga accomplishes this, by trimming off the .ogg extension (controlled by the for n in *.ogg line, exposed through "$n")...
  8. Re: Howto: Compile the development version of vlc under the latest Ubuntu release

    FFmpeg's problem with static libs for x265 was something I ran into when doing an extremely minimal build with only a few external libraries. I never ran into it when linking in all the rest of the...
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    Re: HOWTO: Install and use the latest FFmpeg and x264

    FFmpeg 2.2 shouldn't be too far off, judging from the mailing list. If it needs to be newer than 2.1.3 (2.1.4 now) due to API changes, then 2.2 would be sufficient whenever it's released.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Editing .mkv files and VLC

    Kinda sorta.

    In actuality, there's several different types of frames. Intra-frames (I frames), Predictive frames (P frames), Bidirectionally-predicted frames (B frames, introduced - or at least...
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    Re: HOWTO: Install and use the latest FFmpeg and x264

    ...And now FFmpeg officially has the ability to use libx265. Use the --enable-libx265 option to tell FFmpeg to link it in.

    hg clone https://bitbucket.org/multicoreware/x265
    cd x265/source
    cmake...
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    Re: HOWTO: Install and use the latest FFmpeg and x264

    I'm guessing it was this commit. There's also multiple threads that bring up the subject on Doom9, like this one.

    Although, maybe I'm remembering the exact details (RE: negative crf) incorrectly...
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    Re: HOWTO: Install and use the latest FFmpeg and x264

    If memory serves, I never got an actual answer. But that was also before 10bit encoding was actually added to the HIGH_BIT_DEPTH build. Now that it has the ability to output in 10bit, the question...
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    Re: HOWTO: Install and use the latest FFmpeg and x264

    Yeah, the HEVC support in L-SMASH got disabled a couple weeks after that post in October, since the official specs for putting it in MP4 hadn't come out (I still don't know if they've been...
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    Re: HOWTO: Install and use the latest FFmpeg and x264

    Truth be told, I initially found out about the --count parameter from seeing it used in either some of your PKGBUILD files or from divVerent's PKGBUILD for mpv-git. One of these days I'll have to...
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    Re: HOWTO: Install and use the latest FFmpeg and x264

    IMO, it's preferable to stop using the the wc -l method and just use git itself:

    git rev-list --count HEAD
    returns the revision number, and

    git rev-parse --short HEAD
    returns the 7-character...
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    Re: HOWTO: Install and use the latest FFmpeg and x264

    Did you run 'sudo ldconfig' after installing AvxSynth? Did you build FFMS2 as static (it has to be built as shared)? And there's no reason to use ./ before the name of the script - AviSynth scripts...
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    Re: HOWTO: Install and use the latest FFmpeg and x264

    Only thing I'd suggest is to use --enable-avisynth. There's really not much of a reason not to include it, IMO.



    In other news, x264 mainlined support for L-SMASH with the big commit push back...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Improve transcode quality of avchd to mpeg?

    Now that I've looked a bit closer, there is actually a fairly significant regression that exists in Libav but not in FFmpeg, and there's also another regression they both share (that earlier versions...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Improve transcode quality of avchd to mpeg?

    Well, one part of the issue is just going to be that the fine details of the trees and motion of the snow is going to make compression difficult, no matter what format or encoder you happen to use. ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Improve transcode quality of avchd to mpeg?

    Can you take some screenshots of places where the quality isn't satisfactory? That'll provide a lot more information as to how to deal with the situation.

    I'm not sure if ffmpeg can use custom...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Improve transcode quality of avchd to mpeg?

    As a note, since I'll be referring to them so much:

    AviSynth 2.5: the so-called 'stable' version of classic AviSynth, latest version 2.5.8. Windows only.
    AviSynth 2.6: currently at 'alpha 5',...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Improve transcode quality of avchd to mpeg?

    It'll be nicer when AviSynth+ makes the leap to cross-platform. Then we'll have a singular codebase on all platforms, rather than having a Linux version based on an old AviSynth version (at this...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Improve transcode quality of avchd to mpeg?

    The first thing that sticks out there is that the build of FFmpeg is horribly outdated. There could very well have been improvements in libavcodec's MPEG-2 encoder over the past two years. There's...
  25. Re: Correct format for burning DVD with subtitle

    You can't do it all from the command-line, because there's too many things that can go wrong; only select parts of the DVD authoring process can be easily automated. The conversion from [what I...
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