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XviD 1.0.0 RC4 available, Codenamed "Hola", This one isn't a joke, so you can really
AndyMutz
post Apr 5 2004, 00:55
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Changes since 1.0.0 RC3 (Ni Hao):

* xvidcore
o GMC 1 warp point (DivX5)
o GMC 2 warp point fix
o Minor postproc code fixes
o Motion Vector clipping fix for stressing test cases.
o Problems caused by wrong cooperation of bframes and frame dropping code.
o Decoder provides quant information in stats.
* VFW frontend
o Multiple instance memory leak fix.
o Improved bitrate calculator.
o Some other minor changes.
* DShow frontend
o Release packages have all needed files to build from source.

source: http://www.xvid.org/

watch out for new compiles at the usual places:
http://xvid.gamrdev.com/
http://www.roeder.goe.net/~koepi/

-andy-

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Gecko
post Apr 10 2004, 16:14
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QUOTE (raf @ Apr 6 2004, 11:53 AM)
Athlon optimized + thunderbird build (no sse) :

http://allies.freezope.org/#xvid

I tried the Athlon XP (I have a 64) build and it acted up rather strangely.

I tried reencoding one of the WMA9 hdtv democlips ("The Punisher" trailer, 720p) and it just stopped while encoding the first pass, leaving the cpu at 100%. Encoding the same clip, speed was sometimes very erratic and awfully slow (still, CPU at 100%) bursting out a handfull of frames every 10 seconds or so.

Went back to koepi's build and all was fine.
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