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x264 rev2431 tMod

24th April 2014, Thursday Leave a comment Go to comments

Sources on GitHub: https://github.com/astrataro/x264_tMod,
and on BitBucket: https://bitbucket.org/astrataro/x264_tmod.

Ad: new binary host is http://tmod.nmm-hd.org.

Downloadx264_rev2431_tMod.7z

Updates:
Only regular updates as always. Find more details on official x264-devel mail-list.
Nothing changed in tMod

Categories: encode, x264, x264-bin
  1. 24th April 2014, Thursday at 10,52am UTC

    if use http://tmod.nmm-hd.org/x264/x264_tMod-clone.sh, gets version

    x264 0.142.2409+42 04be48a tMod [10-bit@all X86_64]

    instead of

    x264 0.142.2431+42 c69a006 tMod [10-bit@all X86_64]

    greetings

    • 25th April 2014, Friday at 05,25am UTC

      Sorry, forgot to commit the local changes.

  2. jpsdr
    24th April 2014, Thursday at 04,06pm UTC

    When i “pull” from your github, it still says it’s up to date, and my github is cloned from your 2409 version…

  3. cnbeining
    25th April 2014, Friday at 10,50pm UTC

    Thank you fro your extraordinary work. Will update OSX binary in few hours, as soon as I finished the damned final…

  4. 3rd May 2014, Saturday at 09,24am UTC

    Thanks🙂

  5. 12th May 2014, Monday at 01,06am UTC

    taro what is up with your download links mate ? i been trying to download r2431 for weeks. just keeps taking me to a page with a bunch of letters/numbers, no link to the binaries at all mate, please help

    screenshot: http://img.acianetmedia.com/i/xKAON.png

  6. tritech
    15th May 2014, Thursday at 11,56pm UTC

    Is it possible to get another download link? for some reason when I download from the above link it always corrupts after downloading 1MB. It doesn’t even show me max file size.
    Never happened to me before, tried multiple browsers and download managers, not working.

  7. 22nd May 2014, Thursday at 12,09pm UTC

    amazing! thanks a lot Taro.

  8. Reel.Deal
    3rd June 2014, Tuesday at 03,15pm UTC

    @Ace ET

    Right click – save link as… works for me.

  9. 23rd June 2014, Monday at 07,43pm UTC

    the commit c69a006 in github/bitbucket has been deleted?

    i want rebuild from git with the commit like a tmod official release

    • 15th July 2014, Tuesday at 01,22am UTC

      To keep the official version number xxxx+xxx, I usually rebase the current tMod on top of official plain codes, so the old commits might be deleted. c69a006 has been just re-pushed for a minor update on unicode file name support. If not for testing reason, just use the latest codes. Nothing else changed, and I was just too lazy to build newer binaries for this update.

  10. well@whocares.com
    27th June 2014, Friday at 11,58pm UTC

    @Tritech you have to save the file on your hdd instead of opening the archive in the brower’s window

  11. 11th July 2014, Friday at 02,13pm UTC

    while using –sub option if i add –fps then the encoder crashes. is there any problem with it?? Same was for ver 2409 as well.

    • 15th July 2014, Tuesday at 01,15am UTC

      Yes, a known bug. To be fixed somewhile later.

  12. jpsdr
    23rd July 2014, Wednesday at 07,44am UTC

    There has been an update of x264. Any idea of when you intend (at least) to update git repository ?
    Otherwise, thanks for the work already done.

  13. jpsdr
    23rd July 2014, Wednesday at 08,11pm UTC

    If with turtoise git, i create a patch from commit “audio support”, resulting in 149 patch files. Do i have all the necessary patches to re-create the t_mod version from original x264 branch ? If not, how can i do it ? Thanks.

  14. jpsdr
    25th July 2014, Friday at 08,25am UTC

    I think i’ve been able to find out the right things. Creating a patch from “plain/official” seems to be the solution, resulting in 42 patch files.

  15. anonx
    29th July 2014, Tuesday at 05,42pm UTC

    jpsdr, it would be great if you could post your patched versions.

  16. jpsdr
    14th August 2014, Thursday at 12,37pm UTC

    https://github.com/jpsdr/x264
    t_mod_Custom branch.
    Or… do you want compiled versions ? (I’ve not finished doing them).

  17. jpsdr
    14th August 2014, Thursday at 12,40pm UTC

    PS :
    anonx : Your post is from 29th, but i’ve not seen it until now. Strange ! I’ve looked here each days….

  18. S4me
    14th August 2014, Thursday at 04,23pm UTC

    Hi
    Just to say, not the same revision on the git and on the bucket.

    cheers

  19. jpsdr
    14th August 2014, Thursday at 06,14pm UTC

    Just add a build on my github : https://github.com/jpsdr/x264/releases

  20. Dion
    15th August 2014, Friday at 08,44pm UTC

    Are you sure that’s r2453? It’s reporting a much older copy in MediaInfo.

  21. Jona
    16th August 2014, Saturday at 09,01pm UTC

    Thank you for this great build of x264. I was wondering if you can add a patch to prevent the computer from going to sleep while in the middle of encoding. More information can be found here https://www.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=169713

    Thank you!

    Note: I accidentally posted this comment to an old build, when I meant to originally post it here all along.

  22. jpsdr
    17th August 2014, Sunday at 12,10am UTC

    No, sorry, i don’t have the skills and i’m not interested by it.

  23. dion250
    15th December 2014, Monday at 01,31am UTC

    Any chance for 2491 update?

  24. reshid
    18th December 2014, Thursday at 02,02pm UTC

    hi
    there are problem with hard-subbing

    Problem signature:
    Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
    Application Name: x264_32_tMod-8bit-all.exe
    Application Timestamp: 50532c61
    Fault Module Name: VSFilter.dll
    Fault Module Version: 1.6.6.6525
    Fault Module Timestamp: 50ee5e3e
    Exception Code: c0000005
    Exception Offset: 0004c3b1
    OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.18.10
    Locale ID: 1033
    Additional Information 1: 0a9e
    Additional Information 2: 0a9e372d3b4ad19135b953a78882e789
    Additional Information 3: 0a9e
    Additional Information 4: 0a9e372d3b4ad19135b953a78882e789

    here the ass file http://www.solidfiles.com/d/4b14869cb3/Sword_Art_Online_II_-_05.ass

    to direct download link click Direct download link

    thanks

  25. jpsdr
    24th December 2014, Wednesday at 09,06am UTC

    I’ve put a build of t_mod r2525 : https://github.com/jpsdr/x264/releases for those interested.

  26. 24th December 2014, Wednesday at 12,44pm UTC

    @ jpsdr thanks for taking the time to compile your builds mate, they encode flawlessly, taro seems to be to busy with his marriage these days to have time for virtual world lol i checked on your build of r2491 last month, but i didn’t see it. do you have a link to your old builds as well mate ? or do you remove them permanently when you release a new build ? i have your build of r2453 and r2479 and now r2525 but i missed r2491. would it be possible to get r2491 as well mate ? thanks again🙂

  27. jpsdr
    25th December 2014, Thursday at 01,37pm UTC

    No, i remove permanently and don’t keep them. I’ve never made the r2491 because of several issue, and will not, sorry. But, if i remember correctly, the r2479 i’ve made allready included the VBV fixes released in the r2491.

  28. not important
    26th December 2014, Friday at 01,15pm UTC

    Hello! I cannot download any binary (*.7z) file from your website. Your server seems to treat them as ascii ones ? Please check this out. Thanks.

  29. Ren
    7th January 2015, Wednesday at 01,43pm UTC

    hello, its look like i have to patch and etc to use it but i didn’t really understand about programming, can anyone theach me how to?. thanks before

  30. tyottodake
    4th March 2015, Wednesday at 05,07pm UTC

    With option –aq-mode 0, ( i_aq_mode, f_aq_strength) are set to (1,0).
    then in function x264_adaptive_quant_frame (ratecontrol.c), OreAQ double count quant_offsets[mb_xy] in tMod 2431.
    Is this a bug?
    If not, should i use OreAQ with aq1?

    And if you can, please teach me which version of l-smash i should use.
    ttp://code.google.com/p/l-smash/source/list

  31. jpsdr
    8th March 2015, Sunday at 01,13pm UTC

    No great changes, but you can find r2538 at the usual place : https://github.com/jpsdr/x264/releases

    • Jacktheripper
      27th September 2015, Sunday at 07,21pm UTC

      Awesome! Keep it up mate.

  32. Ken
    3rd February 2016, Wednesday at 05,37pm UTC

    Where can i get a list of patches used on tmod? I wish to patch the latest x264 build with these tmod patches.

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