ffmpeg -i input.avs -f yuv4mpegpipe - | x265 --crf 18 --preset ultrafast -o output.265 - --y4m
Qyot27 wrote:That ffmpeg is 64-bit. Unless you're using AviSynth64 or a 64-bit build of AviSynth+ (the 64-bit support in which is still in an early development phase) with 64-bit plugins, that will fail. You have to use 32-bit ffmpeg with 32-bit AviSynth(+) and 32-bit plugins. A 32-bit ffmpeg can pipe to a 64-bit x265, though.
avs4x265 --crf 18 --preset ultrafast -o output.265 input.avs
What brings you to that conclusion? I would assume the user would be complaining about software such as zarxgui not working if that were the case. I have heard that ffmpeg only works well with AviSynth 2.6, but I don't know exactly how that would error out.Qyot27 wrote:The problem seems to be that something about the Command Prompt is broken. It's not expanding the %1 and %~n1 placeholders correctly (insert obligatory 'this is why I prefer bash' comment). That might also serve to explain why running this stuff plain wasn't working either - if the Prompt is borked, then who knows what's actually wrong.
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