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SVT-AV1 GUI v1.1 released!

SVT-AV1 GUI v1.1 released!

Hi everyone, It’s been a long time since I’ve released a new software update. That’s why today, I finally introduce to you SVT-AV1 GUI v1.1: Starting with this release, files are encoded without the need to create temporary .y4m files. This greatly speeds up the encoding as it no longer needs to create those huge files. Instead, it makes use of Windows Named Pipes to pass the ffmpeg output to SVT-AV1. You can download this release in the SVT-AV1 page…

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rav1e GUI v1.16 released!

rav1e GUI v1.16 released!

Hi everyone, Today, I have released rav1e GUI v1.16: This release brings some new enhancements: You can now run the Linux version of rav1e by using the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). This release fixes tile support for newer versions of rav1e. Tile rows and columns can now go up to 64. The value must be a power of 2 and the Advanced Options window will validate this. As usual, you can download this release on GitHub by clicking here….

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rav1e GUI v1.15 released!

rav1e GUI v1.15 released!

Hi everyone, Today, I have released rav1e GUI v1.15: This release removes the Unspecified option in the Range Advanced Option and now defaults to Limited. This makes the GUI compatible with the latest rav1e versions. You can download this release on GitHub by clicking here. Enjoy!

SVT-AV1 GUI v1.0 released!

SVT-AV1 GUI v1.0 released!

Hi everyone, Today, I’m pleased to release SVT-AV1 GUI: This is a Graphical User Interface for SVT-AV1. It is similar to rav1e GUI, but instead of using rav1e, it uses SVT-AV1. Both software achieves the same purpose of converting videos to the new AV1 format. You can download this new software at GitHub by clicking here. Note that you need to have ffmpeg in your PC in order to use this software. You can follow this guide to download it….

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rav1e GUI v1.14 released!

rav1e GUI v1.14 released!

Hi everyone, Today, I have released rav1e GUI v1.14: This release makes it possible to encode video files with no audio. It also will predefine the output path using the input path, and change the output extension to .webm. What’s more, is that if you manually type the input path, the output path will be dynamically adjusted too! You can download this release on GitHub by clicking here. Enjoy!

rav1e GUI v1.13 released!

rav1e GUI v1.13 released!

Hi everyone, I have released rav1e GUI v1.13 today: This release adds compatibility for the newest rav1e releases. It also makes 2-pass encoding work! You can download this new release on GitHub by clicking here. Enjoy!

Rav1e GUI v1.11 released!

Rav1e GUI v1.11 released!

Hi everyone, Today, I have released rav1e GUI v1.11: This new version adds support for tiles. It allows you to encode a video using rav1e’s multithreading. When Tiles are enabled, rav1e GUI will not split the video files into segments. Rather, it will use a single rav1e instance but it will utilize the amount of threads specified, which is passed as an argument to rav1e. The Advanced Options window was updated to include the tiles row and column options: This…

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Programming Saturday: rav1e GUI

Programming Saturday: rav1e GUI

Hi everyone, Today, I spent the afternoon programming my rav1e GUI software. It’s been about a month since I last released a rav1e GUI update, and rav1e itself has improved by then. While I still haven’t released a new GUI version, I did some programming to it to add some of the new rav1e features. Unfortunately, the tests were not successful and I believe this has to do to some changed in the encoder itself. Don’t worry, I’ve opened an…

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Introducing IPFS Local Explorer

Introducing IPFS Local Explorer

Hi everyone, I present to you today IPFS Local Explorer: I started coding this software yesterday, in order to work with my local IPFS storage node. It allows file upload, creating new folders, removing content, and opening the files and folders on an IPFS Gateway. It’s very simple, actually, and the best part is that it’s open source! You can check out the source code in GitHub here: https://github.com/moisesmcardona/IPFS_Local_Manager Enjoy!