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Free h.264 VfW codec by Dicas
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post Jun 16 2004, 18:45
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According to heise.de (German), Dicas is offering a free h.264 VwF codec. Baseline profile only.

Direct download: http://www.mpegable.biz/download/AVC/mpegableAVC-Setup.msi

I haven't tried it myself so no assertions about quality/speed.

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post Jun 18 2004, 16:38
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I'm going to try this


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post Jun 18 2004, 16:45
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I did a short unscientific test with this.

Video: 640x256, 25 fps, 400 kbps

Looks pretty good for a beta (alpha?) with cbr encoding only and is much faster than I expected.
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post May 17 2005, 12:04
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seems that im to late, its locked now sad.gif
does anyone have free h.264 VwF codec, Baseline profile only??

thnks in advance
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yong
post May 17 2005, 12:34
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X264VfW.
According to Doom9 forum MPEG-4 sticky:
"- Baseline Profile offers I/P-Frames, supports progressive and CAVLC only"
thats mean you need to turn off CABAC and use 0 b frames.

EDIT: btw, the Dicas h264 vfw is too old, and the quality is worst than old version of x264(before core 50).

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