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x264 t_mod_New version r2970.
Build made the 11/04/2019.
Build fprofiled with :

  • Winthread : dwarf/seh GCC 8.1.0 Rev0 and nasm 2.14.02.
  • posix : MSYS2 GCC 7.4.0 Rev1 (x86) / MSYS2 GCC 8.3.0 Rev2 (x64) and nasm 2.14.02.

For the posix versions, x264 and all the libpacks are compiled using the posix threading libraries, and also using a posix gcc threading version.
For the winthread versions, x264 and all the libpacks are compiled using the Win32threads threading libraries, and also using a win32 gcc threading version

Use --fullhelp with the version you want to use to see exactly what features (input/ouput) are supported.

Broadwell : Build fprofiled targeting Broadwell cpu arch and compiled with avx2 instructions. All libpacks are also compiled targeting Broadwell cpu arch and with avx2 instructions.

Libpacks version :
ffmpeg : Stable release v4.1.3
ffms : git commit 1e68972 of 19/03/2019.
lsmash : git commit 88208b5 of 25/02/2019.

Assets 4

!!!!!!WARNING!!!!!!!
Finaly the day came. The 8/10 bits unification commit breaks too much things, and some other commits, use of new ffmpeg API breaks compatibility with some patches, for which i'm obliged to stay with ffmpeg 2.8.x. So, now, even if the 7z files and the version is tagged with the actual master release version, it's not realy it.
I've created a branch from the master version just before the big 8/10 bits unificiation commit, and manualy integrated the commits i thought usefull and didn't break any patches of the t_mod version.
This new custom master branch is : https://github.com/jpsdr/x264/tree/x264_Custom

x264 t_mod version custom r2969.
Build made the 23/03/2019.
Build fprofiled with :

  • Winthread : dwarf/seh GCC 8.1.0 Rev0 and nasm 2.14.02.
  • posix : MSYS2 GCC 7.4.0 Rev1 (x86) / MSYS2 GCC 8.3.0 Rev2 (x64) and nasm 2.14.02.

For the posix versions, x264 and all the libpacks are compiled using the posix threading libraries, and also using a posix gcc threading version.
For the winthread versions, x264 and all the libpacks are compiled using the Win32threads threading libraries, and also using a win32 gcc threading version

Use --fullhelp with the version you want to use to see exactly what features (input/ouput) are supported.

Broadwell : Build fprofiled targeting Broadwell cpu arch and compiled with avx2 instructions. All libpacks are also compiled targeting Broadwell cpu arch and with avx2 instructions.

Libpacks version :
ffmpeg : Stable release v2.8.15
ffms : git commit e1094d2 of 06/03/2017.
lsmash : git commit 88208b5 of 25/02/2019.

Assets 4

@jpsdr jpsdr released this Aug 16, 2018 · 109 commits to t_mod_Custom_2 since this release

!!!!!!WARNING!!!!!!!
Finaly the day came. The 8/10 bits unification commit breaks too much things, and some other commits, use of new ffmpeg API breaks compatibility with some patches, for which i'm obliged to stay with ffmpeg 2.8.x. So, now, even if the 7z files and the version is tagged with the actual master release version, it's not realy it.
I've created a branch from the master version just before the big 8/10 bits unificiation commit, and manualy integrated the commits i thought usefull and didn't break any patches of the t_mod version.
This new custom master branch is : https://github.com/jpsdr/x264/tree/x264_Custom

x264 t_mod version custom r2932.
Build made the 15/08/2018.
Build fprofiled with :

  • Winthread : dwarf/seh GCC 8.1.0 Rev0 and nasm 2.13.03.
  • posix : MSYS2 GCC 7.3.0 Rev2 (x86) / MSYS2 GCC 8.2.0 Rev1 (x64) and nasm 2.13.03.

For the posix versions, x264 and all the libpacks are compiled using the posix threading libraries, and also using a posix gcc threading version.
For the winthread versions, x264 and all the libpacks are compiled using the Win32threads threading libraries, and also using a win32 gcc threading version

Use --fullhelp with the version you want to use to see exactly what features (input/ouput) are supported.

Broadwell : Build fprofiled targeting Broadwell cpu arch and compiled with avx2 instructions. All libpacks are also compiled targeting Broadwell cpu arch and with avx2 instructions.

Libpacks version :
ffmpeg : Stable release v2.8.15
ffms : git commit e1094d2 of 06/03/2017.
lsmash : git commit f963b5a of 06/07/2018.

Assets 4

@jpsdr jpsdr released this Mar 31, 2018 · 130 commits to t_mod_Custom_2 since this release

!!!!!!WARNING!!!!!!!
Finaly the day came. The 8/10 bits unification commit breaks too much things, and some other commits, use of new ffmpeg API breaks compatibility with some patches, for which i'm obliged to stay with ffmpeg 2.8.x. So, now, even if the 7z files and the version is tagged with the actual master release version, it's not realy it.
I've created a branch from the master version just before the big 8/10 bits unificiation commit, and manualy integrated the commits i thought usefull and didn't break any patches of the t_mod version.
This new custom master branch is : https://github.com/jpsdr/x264/tree/x264_Custom

x264 t_mod version custom r2901.
Build made the 30/03/2018.
Build fprofiled with :

  • Winthread : dwarf/seh GCC 7.3.0 Rev0 and nasm 2.13.03.
  • posix : MSYS2 GCC 7.3.0 Rev1 and nasm 2.13.03.

For the posix versions, x264 and all the libpacks are compiled using the posix threading libraries, and also using a posix gcc threading version.
For the winthread versions, x264 and all the libpacks are compiled using the Win32threads threading libraries, and also using a win32 gcc threading version

Use --fullhelp with the version you want to use to see exactly what features (input/ouput) are supported.

Broadwell : Build fprofiled targeting Broadwell cpu arch and compiled with avx2 instructions. All libpacks are also compiled targeting Broadwell cpu arch and with avx2 instructions.

Libpacks version :
ffmpeg : Stable release v2.8.14
ffms : git commit e1094d2 of 06/03/2017.
lsmash : git commit 50ee6cb of 27/03/2018.

Assets 4

@jpsdr jpsdr released this Jan 4, 2018 · 137 commits to t_mod_Custom_2 since this release

!!!!!!WARNING!!!!!!!
Finaly the day came. The 8/10 bits unification commit breaks too much things, and some other commits, use of new ffmpeg API breaks compatibility with some patches, for which i'm obliged to stay with ffmpeg 2.8.x. So, now, even if the 7z files and the version is tagged with the actual master release version, it's not realy it.
I've created a branch from the master version just before the big 8/10 bits unificiation commit, and manualy integrated the commits i thought usefull and didn't break any patches of the t_mod version.
This new custom master branch is : https://github.com/jpsdr/x264/tree/x264_Custom

x264 t_mod version custom r2893.
Build made the 31/12/2017.
Build fprofiled with :

  • Winthread : dwarf/seh GCC 7.2.0 Rev1 and nasm 2.13.02.
  • posix : MSYS2 GCC 7.2.0 Rev1 and nasm 2.13.02.

For the posix versions, x264 and all the libpacks are compiled using the posix threading libraries, and also using a posix gcc threading version.
For the winthread versions, x264 and all the libpacks are compiled using the Win32threads threading libraries, and also using a win32 gcc threading version

Use --fullhelp with the version you want to use to see exactly what features (input/ouput) are supported.

Broadwell : Build fprofiled targeting Broadwell cpu arch and compiled with avx2 instructions. All libpacks are also compiled targeting Broadwell cpu arch and with avx2 instructions.

Libpacks version :
ffmpeg : Stable release v2.8.13
ffms : git commit e1094d2 of 06/03/2017.
lsmash : git commit ef813b2 of 15/10/2017.

Assets 4

@jpsdr jpsdr released this Jul 1, 2017 · 119 commits to master since this release

x264 t_mod version from official r2851.
Build made the 30/06/2017.
Build fprofiled with :

  • Winthread : dwarf/seh GCC 7.1.0 Rev0 and nasm 2.13.
  • posix : MSYS2 GCC 6.3.0 Rev3 and nasm 2.13.

For the posix versions, x264 and all the libpacks are compiled using the posix threading libraries, and also using a posix gcc threading version.
For the winthread versions, x264 and all the libpacks are compiled using the Win32threads threading libraries, and also using a win32 gcc threading version

Use --fullhelp with the version you want to use to see exactly what features (input/ouput) are supported.

Broadwell : Build fprofiled targeting Broadwell cpu arch and compiled with avx2 instructions. All libpacks are also compiled targeting Broadwell cpu arch and with avx2 instructions.

Libpacks version :
ffmpeg : Stable release v2.8.6
ffms : git commit e1094d2 of 06/03/2017.
lsmash : git commit a660f91 of 05/03/2017.

Assets 4

@jpsdr jpsdr released this May 25, 2017 · 76 commits to t_mod_Custom since this release

x264 t_mod version from official r2833.
Build made the 26/05/2017.
Build fprofiled with :

  • Winthread : dwarf/seh GCC 7.1.0 Rev0 and nasm 2.13.
  • posix : MSYS2 GCC 6.3.0 Rev3 and nasm 2.13.

For the posix versions, x264 and all the libpacks are compiled using the posix threading libraries, and also using a posix gcc threading version.
For the winthread versions, x264 and all the libpacks are compiled using the Win32threads threading libraries, and also using a win32 gcc threading version

Use --fullhelp with the version you want to use to see exactly what features (input/ouput) are supported.

Broadwell : Build fprofiled targeting Broadwell cpu arch and compiled with avx2 instructions. All libpacks are also compiled targeting Broadwell cpu arch and with avx2 instructions.

Libpacks version :
ffmpeg : Stable release v2.8.6
ffms : git commit e1094d2 of 06/03/2017.
lsmash : git commit a660f91 of 05/03/2017.

Assets 4

@jpsdr jpsdr released this Jan 30, 2017 · 147 commits to t_mod_Custom since this release

x264 t_mod version from official r2762.
Build made the 30/01/2017.
Build fprofiled with :

  • Winthread : dwarf/seh GCC 6.3.0 Rev1 and yasm 1.3.0.
  • posix : MSYS2 GCC 6.3.0 Rev1 and yasm 1.3.0.

For the posix versions, x264 and all the libpacks are compiled using the posix threading libraries, and also using a posix gcc threading version.
For the winthread versions, x264 and all the libpacks are compiled using the Win32threads threading libraries, and also using a win32 gcc threading version

Use --fullhelp with the version you want to use to see exactly what features (input/ouput) are supported.

Broadwell : Build fprofiled targeting Broadwell cpu arch and compiled with avx2 instructions. All libpacks are also compiled targeting Broadwell cpu arch and with avx2 instructions.

Libpacks version :
ffmpeg : Stable release v2.8.6
ffms : git commit 2cf2c4b of 18/10/2016.
lsmash : git commit 3aca85d of 27/01/2017.

Assets 4

@jpsdr jpsdr released this Aug 14, 2014 · 165 commits to t_mod_Custom since this release

x264 t_mod version from official r2744.
Build made the 06/12/2016.
Build fprofiled with :

  • Winthread : dwarf/seh GCC 6.2.0 Rev1 and yasm 1.3.0.
  • posix : MSYS2 GCC 6.2.0 Rev2 and yasm 1.3.0.

For the posix versions, x264 and all the libpacks are compiled using the posix threading libraries, and also using a posix gcc threading version.
For the winthread versions, x264 and all the libpacks are compiled using the Win32threads threading libraries, and also using a win32 gcc threading version. These gcc versions are unable to compile ffms2, so the winthread version doesn't have ffms2.

Use --fullhelp with the version you want to use to see exactly what features (input/ouput) are supported.

Broadwell : Build fprofiled targeting Broadwell cpu arch and compiled with avx2 instructions. All libpacks are also compiled targeting Broadwell cpu arch and with avx2 instructions.

Libpacks version :
ffmpeg : Stable release v2.8.6
ffms : git commit 2cf2c4b of 18/10/2016.
lsmash : git commit bd95444 of 02/11/2016.

Assets 4
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