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  1. I finally found a version of X265 that I could use, so I'm very new to it. I can't understand why I'm getting the message that it encodes 0 number of frames:


    --input "SO.avs" --input-res 640x480 --fps 29.97 --profile main --pools 1 -o "SO.mp4"

    What other command am I missing here?
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  2. Originally Posted by smike View Post
    I finally found a version of X265 that I could use, so I'm very new to it. I can't understand why I'm getting the message that it encodes 0 number of frames:


    --input "SO.avs" --input-res 640x480 --fps 29.97 --profile main --pools 1 -o "SO.mp4"

    What other command am I missing here?

    It probably wasn't compiled with avs support . Actually I've never seen any that are. You can pipe to x265.exe with ffmpeg, or avs2yuv, or avs2pipemod, or avs4x26x
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  3. Oh okay. I did it with the actual video file this time, an MKV:


    The encode just comes out looking like complete television static.
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  4. Originally Posted by smike View Post
    Oh okay. I did it with the actual video file this time, an MKV:


    The encode just comes out looking like complete television static.
    It only accepts Y4M or raw YUV . Hence the reason for the pipe suggestions above

    Or you can use ffmpeg libx265 directly with video input, or direct avs input (since most ffmpeg builds have avs support)

    Or some GUI's like staxrip, hybrid
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