Archive for ‘ February, 2013

x264Gui 0.9.6 beta1 – update

Now you can use a 8 bit input video with the “high444_8b” AVC setting. This will produce a 10bit video using high444pp. The other AVC setting “high444″ will produce the same video but with a 10bit input video.

I also added the support for “high422″ and “high444″ into the profile system: now when you create a profile with “–high444″ or “–high422″ the GUI select the 10bit x264 binary; so you can do what you want with the “–output-csp”, “–input-csp”, “–input-depth” and not only the two things provided with the “high444″ and “high444_8b” setting.

As always you can download this beta build from: download x264Gui 0.9.6 beta
Take in mind that this only the executable: so replace your local x264Gui.exe with this.

x264Gui 0.9.6 beta1

Hello,

Just a small update regarding x264Gui. Due to some requests I added the option “high444″. Take in mind that this very first implementation is very simple and so you must know what you are doing.

To use “high444″ you *must* use e 4:4:4 10bit input! If you don’t have a input with these characteristics the only way to use “high444″ is by passing to x264 an avisynth script (with the needed filters…).

The “high444″ implementation is done by adding this command:
“–profile high444 –input-csp i444 –output-csp i444 –input-depth 10″
As you can see you *must* use a 4:4:4 10bit input file.

I also added the “chroma-qp-offset” option, useful when you are using the “high444″ profile.

You can download this beta build from: download x264Gui 0.9.6 beta
Take in mind that this only the executable: so replace your local x264Gui.exe with this.

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