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Prodater64 12-05-2005 02:16 PM

Linux: Avisynth, Codecs, Virualdubmod under Linux
 
For Linux lovers:

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...618#post745618

kwag 12-05-2005 03:34 PM

I tried this myself over a year ago, and trust me, WINE is VERY unstable ;)
This is not ready for prime time yet.

-kwag

rds_correia 12-05-2005 07:50 PM

Hmmm, you said you tried that 1 year ago Karl.
In 12 months many things can change and even improve.
On the other hand I tend to share the same oppinion with you.
This time WINE won't be the way.
We'll just have to wait for a proper port of Avisynth to Linux.
Cheers

kwag 12-05-2005 09:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rds_correia
Hmmm, you said you tried that 1 year ago Karl.
In 12 months many things can change and even improve.

Yep, but not WINE :!:
It has been getting better in the last ~7 years, but still "experimental" :)
Quote:

On the other hand I tend to share the same oppinion with you.
This time WINE won't be the way.
We'll just have to wait for a proper port of Avisynth to Linux.
Cheers
Yes. AviSynth will be painfully slow on WINE, and not to mention that it will be an achievement if anyone can go through encoding without a crash :!:
I'm almost sure that at least one out of every 5 encodes, one will surely be a crash :lol:
Imagine: "AviSynth + filters + Encoder" chain emulated on a layer (WINE) that emulates another layer (Win32) that emulates another layer (U*IX->Windows lower level calls) 8O :lol:
Might as well encode in Windows :mrgreen:

-kwag

incredible 12-06-2005 03:49 AM

Linux users should wait for AVS3.0 as it seems that it will support Linux directly. Means also OSx (imho) could enjoy the power of avisynth.

Dialhot 12-06-2005 04:32 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by incredible
Linux users should wait for AVS3.0

When is it planed ?

incredible 12-06-2005 05:26 AM

3.0 Development:
http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=75409

2.6 Development:
http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=98585

GFR 12-06-2005 05:28 AM

If it's going to support Linux I hope this means it (and its plugins) won't need to be compiled in MS Visual C anymore... That would be good news even if you stick to Windows.

Dialhot 12-06-2005 06:14 AM

(after one year, all these santas still make me laugh :))

rds_correia 12-06-2005 10:25 AM

@Phil,
OT
You bet!
I love having all these Santas in the forum in this time of the year :D.
Too bad my Avatar doesn't look that good with a red Santa hat :(.
I wish the portal and the forum theme could also be tweaked with Xmas stuff...
/OT
Cheers

fabrice 12-19-2005 03:34 PM

Hi,

Quote:

Originally Posted by kwag
Yes. AviSynth will be painfully slow on WINE, and not to mention that it will be an achievement if anyone can go through encoding without a crash :!:
I'm almost sure that at least one out of every 5 encodes, one will surely be a crash :lol:
Imagine: "AviSynth + filters + Encoder" chain emulated on a layer (WINE) that emulates another layer (Win32) that emulates another layer (U*IX->Windows lower level calls) 8O :lol:
Might as well encode in Windows :mrgreen:

-kwag

I was using linux with avisynth and HC until few month ago (when my wife decide to thow all that pinguin stuff to the dustbin... :cry: ), and it was working perfectly! 8O I don't know how it work with freebsd ;-)
That's true that I was only able to use 2 version of Wine (and I was also using IE within Wine!), because all the others one was buggy.

Dont you remeber my post about hc and Linux?

CU,
Fabrice

Hydeus 12-24-2005 07:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kwag
Imagine: "AviSynth + filters + Encoder" chain emulated on a layer (WINE) that emulates another layer (Win32) that emulates another layer (U*IX->Windows lower level calls) 8O :lol:
Might as well encode in Windows :mrgreen:

-kwag

Hmm.
I use avisynth+filters+hcenc on wine on desktopbsd on 1,5celeron 370M on my laptop (low end one) and I get ~19fps for full DVD res, while the same combination on win2k on p4 3,2 ht gets ~30fps, so aint so bad for this painful chain :lol:
And none of them are crashed so far :finger crossed:


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