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  1. Member
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    Either that ... or you learn to be more patient and wait for more founded replies than mine. A forum is not a live chat. The best answer may arrive a week later...
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    Finally got it to work, by switching to handbrake 1.07 instead of the latest nightly. Thanks again for the assist.
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  3. As mentioned, the NASM assembler is now required to compile the x264 and x265 video encoders as they now support AVX-512 optimizations, they also require a very recent version to work (2.13.02 or later), I've noticed Ubuntu 16.04 LTS does not detect the latest stable release and picks up version 2.11.08 instead, I therefore recommend using Ubuntu 17.10 (or later), Fedora or WSL for this process instead!

    However, you can compile the latest version of NASM with the following command in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS as mentioned here:

    Which is: curl -O
    tar -xf nasm-2.13.02.tar.bz2
    cd nasm-2.13.02
    ./configure --prefix=/usr/local --enable-sections --enable-lto
    make -j$(nproc)
    sudo make install
    source ~/.bashrc
    cd ..
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    vmware workstation player with ubuntu 16.04.3

    got an error while compiling handbrake, forgot to take a screenshot.

    after that I saw AntW93 tips, then I use ubuntu 17.10.1 instead, everything went smoothly and compiled successfully.

    no problem using the compiled hb.dll on my windows 10 with handbrake 1.0.7

    million thanks to author and everyone for the guide
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