Best GUI encoder for UHD Blu-rays

Discussion in 'Third Party Products' started by CCaptain00, Jan 20, 2018.

  1. Glarioo

    Glarioo Well-Known Member

    I installed VapourSynth R43 64bit and Python 3.6.4 64 bit, and I also had to install C ++. Staxrip 1.7.0.6, with ffms2, gives real 10bit output without changing the source code. Thank you.
     
  2. Ryushin

    Ryushin Member

    Just wanted to let everyone know that the next version of RipBot264 will support hard coded subtitles for 10bit content. I've been testing the solution that is being implemented and it works quite well.
     
  3. Skopin

    Skopin New Member

    Hey everyone,

    I realize this thread is a few months old, but I am having trouble with VapourSynth in the latest build (both stable and nightly). I'm trying to get the 10bit pipe using v1.7.0.6, and after demuxing, I get an error and the video can't be loaded. This only happens if I choose VapourSynth for my source filter. The log seems to indicate that the plugin folder is missing, but the path it mentions definitely exists, and I've also set the paths in the App settings. Various errors and log attached. I will say that errors 1 and 2 do not happen every time. Error 3 does.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
     

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  4. gereral1

    gereral1 Well-Known Member

    Are you using imhh1 nightly build? I post a download link. Here's a video to help you out as well.

     
  5. Skopin

    Skopin New Member

    I had seen that others were able to get a 10-bit pipe with the latest nightly build though, using VS. I did end up using your build, and it worked. I definitely appreciate you posting that!
     
  6. gereral1

    gereral1 Well-Known Member

    My source is testing the latest update with additional mods and if it checks out I'll add it to my server for everyone to use for HDR 10bit. I've used vapour synth too for 10bit as well with success. I'm messing with straxrip ffmpg prores 422 10bit for my YouTube channel and it's working great with my blackmagic 4k captures in lossless.