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Zeranoe Sep 17
All links for the 4.3.1 win64 builds are functional. Can you provide steps to reproduce?
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Zeranoe Sep 3
Replying to @OttVerse @FFmpeg
Email works best, zeranoe@gmail.com
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Zeranoe Sep 3
Replying to @OttVerse @FFmpeg
Excellent, let me know if you need any help with any of the packages!
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Zeranoe Sep 3
Those scripts can be found here:
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Zeranoe Sep 2
Replying to @christopherw @FFmpeg
If someone else takes over, they should be able to grab all the builds before the 18th.
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Zeranoe Sep 2
The builds were not based on that build script. The quality of the build scripts for FFmpeg and the external libraries is poor, so a public release of those is unlikely.
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Zeranoe Sep 2
My MinGW-w64 build script () is posted, but not the FFmpeg or external library build scripts.
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Zeranoe Aug 31
will close on Sep 18, 2020, and all builds will be removed. If you're using Zeranoe Builds in your product, please ensure that you have a hosting strategy in place by the 18th. Thank you to everyone who supported the project along the way!
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Zeranoe Aug 13
SVT-AV1 from has been added to the Zeranoe builds with 20200812-bb59bdb.
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Zeranoe Jul 31
rav1e is now available in the Zeranoe builds for win64 and macos64. Due to complications with integrating a Rust library with C, win32 is not available at this time.
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Zeranoe Mar 28
VMAF from has been added to the Zeranoe builds. Threading needed to be switched from w32threads to pthreads, so please report any issues related to that.
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Zeranoe Mar 22
SRT () has been added to the Zeranoe builds. It will be included with Monday's build.
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Zeranoe Feb 23
CUDA LLVM has been added to the builds. This enables the scale_cuda, thumbnail_cuda, and yadif_cuda filters. Kudos to rcombs for making this possible.
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Zeranoe Nov 24
SHA-256 hashes are now available for builds. They can be found here:
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Zeranoe 20 Sep 19
Starting with 4.2.1, LGPL 3.0 builds are now provided with each point release of . They can be found in the architecture folders with the suffix "-lgpl".
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Zeranoe 28 Jan 19
's dav1d decoder has been added to the builds with 20190128-1db30d6. dav1d is intended to be a faster AV1 decoder than the one provided by AOM. An example to use the decoder: ffmpeg -c:v libdav1d -i i.mkv o.mkv
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Zeranoe 24 Apr 18
Replying to @bodyongames @FFmpeg
Yes, until I can get around to sending in a patch for this.
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Zeranoe 24 Apr 18
Replying to @bodyongames @FFmpeg
No, needs to be patched to use LoadLibrary for OpenCL. This is out of necessity due to the lack of a OpenCL dll on servers.
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Zeranoe 22 Apr 18
Replying to @noelle__leigh
Release builds will still be provided, but you shouldn't be using them.
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Zeranoe 22 Apr 18
Replying to @noelle__leigh
Please use the git builds, as they're going to be more stable and more up to date.
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