Is there a simple way to encode a video, and possible queue up videos to encode into a codec (lagarith)? This is my current steps:
1# Copy the full path to the video
2# Go my AVS folder, open up a avs file, paste the file name in, save it
3# get vdub to open the avs file, remove adio, select codec
4# Save the file, wait till its done, and go back to step 1 for every file.
How can I do this quicker? Id love some sort of program where I can drag/drop files into it, it puts it into the queue and encodes it using the predefined codec in the predefined HDD. Suggestions? Audio is not important, I can add that in later if needed.
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you can try khaver's batch intermediate creator. There are several versions but one of them uses system installed vfw codecs , including lagarith if it's installed . They work by using a batch avs template. It comes with a GUI and pdf instructions and is fairly easy to use
another option is a ffmpeg batch file (but you can't encode to lagarith, but you can use other lossless intermediates like ffv1, huffyuv for example) . You don't need avisynth with this method
x264.exe --crf=0 --keyint=1 --output %1.mkv %1
Of course, that's video only.
poisondeathray: No luck. I cant drag&drop, and each time I try to click 'start' it tells me me 'please enter path to avs template'... I have no clue what its talking about, im trying to avoid AVS.... The pdf contains same info as in the thread.
jagabo: Not sure what you want me to do with that command. I dont know batch.
richter03: Maybe ill check that out later.Tip: If you are going to comment on a reply, make sure he aint a mod.... :/
Yeah I tried that, nothing happaned... Just tried it again, same thing. I get a quick popup of the command prompt but other then that, nothing.Tip: If you are going to comment on a reply, make sure he aint a mod.... :/
Make sure x264.exe is in your search path. Or specify the exact location of x264.exe in the batch file:
"C:\Program files\x264\x264.exe" --crf=0 --keyint=1 --output %1.mkv %1
ok that worked, but what it is doing. Seems to be saving an MKV file right now.Tip: If you are going to comment on a reply, make sure he aint a mod.... :/
It's creating a losslessly encoded video file. What you asked for. All i-frame h.264 in MKV.