Yesterday, I released rav1e_gui v1.1. This build adds 2 new options which are related to my contribution toward the rav1e project I talked in this post. The Pull Request got accepted, so every rav1e builds coming forward will have these 2 new options:
- Keyframe Interval – Allows you to specify a keyframe interval. Before, it was locked to one keyframe per 30 frames, but now the user can choose this interval by using the –keyint or -I flags.
- Low Latency Mode – Enabled by default. Basically, disabling this enables frame reordering during encoding.
The GUI now adds these 2 new options and also provides another option to keep or remove the temporary files produced during encoding.
You can download this new build here, which also features today’s rav1e build:
- rav1e_gui v1.1 with rav1e 0.1.0 27b67a5 and opusenc opus-tools 0.2-6-g1728479-dirty (using libopus 1.3-dirty)
New rav1e build
The latest rav1e_gui comes with today’s build, but you can also download the standalone encoder here: