I believe this error may mean that the plugin KNLMeansCL.dll tried to load a subsidiary system driver OpenCL.dll which does not exist on a system which does not support hardware acceleration for OpenCL.
You can certainly use QTGMC; just not with KNLMeansCL as denoiser. You will need to use a different plugin for this feature.
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solution which works (copy ffms2.dll file to KNLMeansCL folder and rename it to KNLMeansCL.dll). Of course it takes 134 hours instead of 12 hours in HandBrake (Decomb fith EEDI2 BOB), but quality of final picture/video is much more better (crystal clear image).
Only what still not works is VOBSUB extraction on VPS or on dedicated server, too.
"C:\StaxRip-v18.104.22.168-Beta-x64\Apps\Subtitles\BDSup2Sub++\bdsup2sub++.exe --forced-only -o "C:\FTP\Boris911\title_t00_temp\ID1 Czech_default_forced.idx" "C:\FTP\Boris911\title_t00_temp\ID1 Czech_default.idx"
OPTION: Exporting only forced subtitles.
Loading C:/FTP/Boris911/title_t00_temp/ID1 Czech_default.idx
WARNING: Invalid end sequence offset -> no end time
But it's O.K. My priority is encode deinterlaced 50FPS PAL x265 video from Interlaced MPEG-2 25FPS PAL video. Subtitles I can remux on another local PC after download final x265 video file.
Last edited by Boris911; 23rd Mar 2021 at 09:18.
Hi everyone!! I've started using "StaxRip" recently. I have some doubts I hope you can help me.
For instance, when I open my script with AvsPMod, this message pops up: There is no function named "AddAutoloadDir"
I don't know how to fix this error to visualize my script.
However I don't have any problem when I encode the script.
Moreover, what script can I use to compare my result with original?
Thank you very much.
StaxRip uses portable AviSynth+ by default while AvsPmod assumes that AviSynth+ is installed in your system.
Do one of the following.
In AvsPmod, go to Options > Program settings... and change AviSynth location settings to make use of the portable AviSynth libraries shipped with StaxRip.
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Register the AviSynth libraries shipped with StaxRip to the system by running
I have a problem with command --zones.
--zones "--zones 1000,2000,crf=18/300,400,crf=19"
x265 [FLAW]: invalid argument: zones = --zones 1000,2000,crf=18/300,400,crf=19
I've tried different options, but I don't know how to fix this error
Last edited by David77; 18th Apr 2021 at 09:07.
Thank you again JKyle.
I've been trying different options, my idea was to reduce the bitrate in different areas.
In the end, the best way I've found is something like this:
I have run into an error when using Staxrip 2.5.0 (also present in 2.4.0). I am getting the following error when using mClean on 4K video. I am using Avisynth+ and am not resizing the video, only cropping it. The cropped dimensions are all divisible by 2. Any ideas on this?
If I apply mClean before cropping I do not get this error. If I crop first then apply mClean I get it.
Using Vapoursynth I do not get this error.
Resize: Planar destination height must be a multiple of 2.
(C:\StaxRip-v2.5.0-x64\Apps\Plugins\AVS\mClean\mClean.avsi, line 100)
Hi, I'm a new member here. I have a question about staxripe. Why when I render x264 to x265 using Qsync acceleration. Render speed gradually decreases, from 200fps from begin to 90fps at the end.
When begin render, i notice in taskmanger use 100% gpu and then only 15% left and its nearly done.
I have qsync installed already.
I love this Staxrip. I can drop filters in and out, and use script syntax, but with the convenience of a GUI.
Noob question, when I open a raw AVI file in Staxrip, it defaults to opening it with FFVideoSource.
Is the above best practice? Should I use it or something else?
And do I need the Convert to YUV420 or should it be removed as I also am doing a Convert to YV12 afterwards?
And FYI, it is highly recommended to refer to the wiki documents on the StaxRip GitHub repo for other tips and info.
There is another setting to add filter to auto correct frame rate, turn that off as well or leave it?
Bug Report : when adding KNLMeansCL Medium or Strong, both are the same settings. I think strong should be H=6 ? Light is 2, and Medium is 4.
Last edited by agisthos; 31st May 2021 at 13:02.
For more info about basic concepts and other stuff, refer to the AviSynth wiki documents.
in future releases there will be ways to use GPUs to help the enconding process?. For example by selecting a gpu, among the available ones to help the encoding process. CPUs are better in encoding but very slow. The opencl technology with Windows 10 is not always supported by the operating system and often offers problems with the GPUs and there are malfunctions. Linux in this case, is the best solution. opencl support is much better under Linux and you can use hardware acceleration in a simple way.
first of all I want to thank everyone who worked on that great GUI.
I'm mostly unsing Staxrip to restore wrong encoded videos and I'm an absolute noob in using AviSynth scripts, so Staxrip is very helpful to me.
Now I would like to ask if you could add plugins to deblend and anti-alias progressive videos.
I've already tried to add ExBlend but fail everytime
Would be cool if you could add ExBlend, RestoreFPS and Ghostbuster in the next version or explain how I can add it myself.
Thanks in advance
Hello there, I am currently trying to re-code or encode 1561 original DVD rips (TS folder structure) to MKVs so I can use them with Plex internally. I have built an Excel sheet to parse the command line needed so I can run 10-15 a night and check logs. I am currently using Handbrake but have read that Staxrip handles h.265 better and makes better use of the available CPUs.
On the assumption that I do not want to change anything, so original resolution and passthrough AC3, and I do not care about file size (they are only 4GB to start with) what would be the best way to tackle those as a pure command line.
Fully automatic processing of DVD Video is not certainly possible, every DVD may have a different logical structure; the longest Program Chain may be your desired main movie, but it does not need to. You would be lucky if there was no exception among the thousands of discs (except all of them had been stripped from extras already, e.g. with DVD Shrink).
A better starting point may be a "PGC VOB", one continuous large VOB file which certainly contains only the Program Chain which is the main movie as you would watch it in one go, with only one video stream (no Multi Angle parts) and only one audio stream in your preferred language (that one may even be demultiplexed already).
This recommendation is more or less independent of the used converter. I hardly ever used StaxRip, so it might be smarter than I expect. But I only ever used it interactively. To process many movies in a batch, there may be more suitable tools, e.g. RipBot264 (it can encode with x265 as well), its main purpose is network distributed encoding but it can also run parallel encoding processes on the same PC, if I'm not wrong.
Anyway, don't melt your CPU. Your project is expensive, will devour a lot of energy. It may be faster and energy-saving to use only makeMKV to convert from DVD to MKV without recoding, keeping the original MPEG2 video streams.
A couple questions:
1. Regarding this commit: How can I change these default values (after Staxrip is compiled)? Previously (version 2.5.0 and earlier) I would just modify the complied scripts themselves.
2. I have been using Staxrip to benchmark my CPU settings (I am playing around with PBO for my R9 5950X) and I noticed that for the same file my encodes decrease by 0.25-0.30 fps when my computer has been running for several hours vs if I start the encode shortly after a reboot. I have tried setting the Staxrip priority to High, but this has no affect. Any ideas?
2. CPU temperature throttling?