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CZ,
28.05.2014, 03:08
 

FFMPEG 2.1.4 & x264 0.142 DJGPP port (Announce)

Hi,
I made new build of my FFMPEG & x264 package:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/ffmpeg-x264-dos/files/
Also updated:
* WavPack 4.70.0
* LibVorvis 1.3.4
* LibVPX 1.3.0 (includes VP8 and VP9 encoders but VP9 encoder crashes, VP8 seems to work)
* compiled by GCC 4.8.3, djdev 2.04 CVS

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Zyzzle(R)

29.05.2014, 00:05

@ RayeR

FFMPEG 2.1.4 & x264 0.142 DJGPP port

> Hi,
> I made new build of my FFMPEG & x264 package:
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/ffmpeg-x264-dos/files/
> Also updated:
> * WavPack 4.70.0
> * LibVorvis 1.3.4
> * LibVPX 1.3.0 (includes VP8 and VP9 encoders but VP9 encoder crashes, VP8
> seems to work)
> * compiled by GCC 4.8.3, djdev 2.04 CVS

As usual, thanks very much for your useful ports. Much appreciated. Will test.

DOS386(R)

19.06.2014, 10:08

@ RayeR

FFMPEG 2.1.4 & x264 0.142 DJGPP port

> I made new build of my FFMPEG & x264 package

Thanks :-)

> LibVPX 1.3.0 (includes VP8 and VP9 encoders but VP9 encoder crashes,
> VP8 seems to work)

Actually VP9 would be the killer reason to update ... "new" WeBM: VP9+OPUS encoding ...

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Oso2k(R)

19.06.2014, 21:58

@ RayeR

FFMPEG 2.1.4 & x264 0.142 DJGPP port

> Hi,
> I made new build of my FFMPEG & x264 package:
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/ffmpeg-x264-dos/files/
> Also updated:
> * WavPack 4.70.0
> * LibVorvis 1.3.4
> * LibVPX 1.3.0 (includes VP8 and VP9 encoders but VP9 encoder crashes, VP8
> seems to work)
> * compiled by GCC 4.8.3, djdev 2.04 CVS

Did you build in FreeDOS or another FAT32 DOS? Have directions on how to setup a djgpp 2.04/gcc 4.8.3 dos environment?

RayeR(R)

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CZ,
20.06.2014, 22:43
(edited by RayeR, 21.06.2014, 02:08)

@ Oso2k

FFMPEG 2.1.4 & x264 0.142 DJGPP port

> Did you build in FreeDOS or another FAT32 DOS? Have directions on how to
> setup a djgpp 2.04/gcc 4.8.3 dos environment?

As stated in readme I compile under WXP dos box, because no LFN/dir depth limitation and much faster than messing with lfndos...

To setup djgpp simply download necessary packages from ftp (djdev, binutils, gcc, make, etc...) unpack them with unzip to same directory e.g. c:\djgpp (you can unpack without LFN support, filenames gets truncated but DJGPP can work this way too). Finally add directory c:\djgpp\bin to your system path and add env. variable - SET DJGPP=C:/DJGPP/djgpp.env

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