For all those who are looking for a simple x264 encoder for their Qtgmc scripts or want to deinterlace their videos with Qtgmc, I present my Qtgmc-GUI here.
You can load your own Avisynth script or any video file; in this case an AVS script will be created.
You can edit the script with Notepad (I'm using Notepad++) and check it with Virtualdub. Then just click Encode and the video will be encoded.
You can find the requirements in the enclosed How to Text file. An example script is also included.
Have fun with it.
9 November 2021 update to v1.0.8.
Fixed: small bugs
Changed: Cosmetics (Main back color, new icon), new routine for checking the needed paths/executables.
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Last edited by ProWo; 9th Nov 2021 at 08:59. Reason: Version 1.0.8.
You cannot "sell" this as QTGMC - gui, common man.
I'm not selling anything. The program may be useful for one or the other, no more and no less. If you don't like it, you don't have to use it.
There is some sort of QTGMC gui in certain software, that is why Selur responded, you made him click. Then he is just politely bringing up that something needs to be done to justify that title, banner. This will be googled by thousands as well only realizing it is not QTGMC gui. It is not about me, besides making me click as well
If the plugins QTGMC requires will eventually be included, then I think it's potentially a good thing. You can't de-interlace with QTGMC using just a script, and installing plugins and getting QTGMC to work is often an obstacle for non-Avisynth users. I've recommended QTGMC to others in the past, then had to offer a crash course in Avisynth, often using MeGUI. At the moment it appears to be more like a general GUI for loading scripts, but it's got to start somewhere.
If the GUI also came with it's own portable Avisynth, so Avisynth doesn't need to be installed, that'd be even better, but are there any plans for the GUI to be able to open a source file itself? I ask, because I think if someone knows how to open a source in a script they probably already have Avisynth installed and could use QTGMC themselves.
I'm just trying to be constructive but the problem with a GUI for de-interlacing is if that's all it does, it prevents the user from also doing other basic things such as cropping and resizing. Trouble is for those, you really need a preview. Just some thoughts...
Avisynth in 32 bit and 64 bit, with all plugins for both versions. This will be confusing. The program is mainly intended for the user who wants to deinterlace a video quickly and without much effort and who is familiar with Qtgmc.
But as I said, if you post a good basic script here, I will include the script creation.
Avisynth script rather than just a QTGMC specific one. I haven't actually run the program yet as I've been on the XP computer.
I don't know how programs interact with a portable version of Avisynth, but being able to de-interlace with QTGMC without needing to install Avisynth would probably be handy for many people.
Just my opinion, but I think anyone familiar with QTGMC might find using the program a bit limiting, as I assume you still have to create the script yourself, add any other filtering.... I honestly can't think of a single time I've encoded a video while doing nothing but de-interlace it, or remember the last time I encoded a script without previewing it first.
On the other hand, for anyone who doesn't have Avisynth installed, or has never seen an Avisynth script, a program that'll open a file, de-interlace with QTGMC (and maybe crop/resize) and encode with a few clicks might find a large untapped market. Anyway, just some thoughts.....
05 May 2020 update to v1.0.5.
You can now also load a video file, then the program will create a simple script that you can also modify.
05 May 2020 update to v1.0.6.
Some small bugs fixed
you can name it as you want, but I can tell you where it stands, that's all ...
Naming, it depends, how many source plugins are you using, are you checking source file extension and then selecting a source plugin, or only one source plugin?
Because with all of this it starts to be slightly difficult as you can see. You'd need to also provide indexing for some files and source plugins if creating avs script. Not sure how far you are with that. It is a bit different than just load source file into ffmpeg.
Last edited by _Al_; 7th May 2020 at 14:32.