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As I understand it Vidcoder is an alternate GUI for Handbrake's encoding engine. Handbrake's encoding engine uses libav. libav uses libx264, libx265, and many other open source codecs.
Also note that libav forked off of ffmpeg in 2011. I believe Handbrake used ffmpeg before that date (and probably for a while afterward, until libav matured).
Last edited by jagabo; 1st Oct 2019 at 09:02.
To use a single program for this whole process,
-Index a video (DVD , Bluray , Etc)
-create a script in Avisynth, with Filters , etc
-Encode in x265 and x264 ,etc
-Mux Video & audio in .mkv or mp4, etc,
All in one process without having to use several other programs in the process.
The idea is to be able to do everything in one program.
From my personal experience I found these programs:
1 - Megui (NVenc, CUDA not supported)
2 - StaxRip (it's very good but has a lot of bugs)
3 - Hybrid ( The interface is not friendly and has bugs)
Then there are many other programs that work integrally in the process but do not have many configuration options, very limited.
The program that is more complete is Staxrip, the bad thing that has many bugs, things that can be tolerated.
Does anyone else know any other option ?
Last edited by Hippie_forever; 1st Oct 2019 at 17:24.
A Batch File! Never fails unless you write a mistake, never needs maintenance unless you write a mistake in the command line or want to update a new option. I usually hate CLI apps but I can copy and paste very well and it works great! I even have an addon to notepad++ that enables me to right click within the batch file and run it, without going to my file manager and double clicking the .bat file. I was thinking about writing my own GUI encoder again but why when I have batch? All these encoders are all command line driven anyway.
Steps 3, 4, and 5 can be done at one time after feeding your AviSynth script into RipBot264. I give it AviSynth scripts and WAV audio to create MP4 (or MKV). AAC audio and x264 (or x265 if you prefer) video. No bugs of which I'm aware.
I don't trust any of them to Index or create my scripts for me. And surely you can create your own, right? Just create a few 'template' scripts for your own use by studying what MeGUI or StaxRip show you.