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it would be nice if it would eat MKV files at all and then if it accepts more than one audio track along with VobSub subtitles, because I have a huge collection of MKV files with more that one audio track and subtitles that I would like to convert with x265 to save space.
Didn't realize these existed when I made this one:
Yet Another X265 GUI (Yax265Gui)
I would appreciate it if people helped me test it out. It requires that you unzip it on your main hard drive, and keep all the program files in the original folder, but it is very simple. Thanks in advance for your help.
In the future, I'm hoping to (very) slowly add support for all the x265 parameters in the following style, please let me know if you would prefer I did it differently, Thanks.:
Last edited by ezcapper; 22nd Oct 2014 at 23:01. Reason: both zip files were packaged wrong, too many sub folders
New alpha version supports Drag and Drop input files, changing audio bitrate, tuning, and manually typing in additional commands. Please let me know of bugs, thank you.
The full version will be finished soon, with the ability to enable and disable 70 additional commands.
Last edited by ezcapper; 27th Oct 2014 at 19:51. Reason: new Alpha version. Haven't checked for bugs though
This is the last new post I'll put up on this topic for atleast a couple months. The full version is ready, it has 50 commands you can add through checkboxes etc under the more button. Supports Drag and Drop.
Let me know if there are any bugs, I'll fix them asap.
The 64 bit version uses x265 v1.3+55-c21ddfe6a6d9e234
Last edited by ezcapper; 30th Oct 2014 at 18:06.
Thank you for your work available for testing.
I will download and put to run.
Great simple encoder...
Can we get batch processing? I have several tv shows I would like to batch convert.
EDIT. Actually looks like you have it set up to generate batch files so it wouldn't be hard to add.
Last edited by adeoetrege; 4th Nov 2014 at 18:34.
cool, really appreciate you guys trying it out and the requests. I will put up a version with batch processing by the end of the month, let me know if there is anything else. If I can't get it to work, I'll post the source code, somebody smarter will be able to do it easily.
Before I found your encoder I tried handbrake, hybrid, several encoders and internet friendly media encoder http://ifme.sourceforge.net/.
Please take a look at the interface its pretty simple and easy to use.
Too bad its buggy and crashes frequently, probably from the audio conversion or the muxing I guess.
How is interlacing handled?
How are subtitles handled?
So the first track of the audio track is being passed through?
Last edited by adeoetrege; 5th Nov 2014 at 09:50.