ConvertXtoVideo - latest beta version 2.0.0.86

Free video converter, convert from any format to any format, mkv to avi, m2ts to avi, mp4, h264, mts, wmv, mov, DVD, etc.

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Re: ConvertXtoVideo - latest beta version 2.0.0.85

Postby artichoke » Wed Jan 17, 2018 12:21 pm

I think .84 again broke loading the file with the correct parameters. Still broken in .85. When you load a file by dropping it into the GUI you get some random bitrate (maybe the existing bitrate of the file?) and conversions go by that rate instead of what is selected on the GUI. You have to select another profile, then go back to the profile you want to get it to affect the file you've just dropped on the GUI. Happens on every file.
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Re: ConvertXtoVideo - latest beta version 2.0.0.85

Postby deathsatans » Tue Jan 23, 2018 2:27 am

Why i can't lauch version 2 anymore?
"Exception EConvertError in module vsoVideoConverter.exe at 00027926.
'_' is not a valid integer value.

I am using Windows 8.
Previous version of ConvertX is OK, which is 1.6.0.47
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bitrate 2.0.0.85

Postby wtin » Tue Jan 30, 2018 10:03 pm

Bitrate with 2.0085 still wrong.

Load a large MP4 file.
Choose blu ray 1080p profile.
It shows (for me anyway), 2.98 Mb/s.
Change profile to blu ray 480p.
Now it's 29.36 Mb/s.
Change back to blu ray 1080p
Now it's 30.00 Mb/s.

(My bitrate is set to maximum of 30 Mb/s)

I went ahead and tried to complete a project (without burning an actual BR disk). The resulted files take up only 1/2 of the disk. Once the bitrate shows correct (larger) value, it almost fills up the disk.

I honestly can't tell the difference when I played the file with VLC player on my desktop computer. The smaller one doesn't have more noises (etc) than the larger one. Although I can't say that about playing it on an actual blu ray player because I have not tried.
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Re: ConvertXtoVideo - latest beta version 2.0.0.85

Postby deathsatans » Wed Feb 14, 2018 4:13 am

No respons and no activity of this VSO?
Is it stopped???
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Re: ConvertXtoVideo - latest beta version 2.0.0.85

Postby Coral » Wed Feb 14, 2018 1:19 pm

deathsatans wrote:No respons and no activity of this VSO?
Is it stopped???


Let's hope not.
From what I have gathered it appears that activity is not completely to a holt. It is a question of organisation due to shortness of staff.
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Re: ConvertXtoVideo - latest beta version 2.0.0.85

Postby richardfj » Fri Feb 16, 2018 1:08 am

thank you for sharing
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2.0.0.85

Postby wtin » Thu Feb 22, 2018 9:34 pm

[attachment=0]Convert x to video.jpg[/attachment]This error popped up when I was going through the episode list using the right mouse click (I never knew the features were there). I think when this happened, I changed the video setting to "increased contrast / sharpness" (the first one).

Wasn't able to reproduce it again.

Same computer. New Windows 10 64 bit install last night. Previous Windows just won't boot and tried to repair itself unsuccessfully.

i7 with 32 G of RAM and GTX 780.
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2.0088 Nvidia CUDA

Postby wtin » Sat Apr 21, 2018 2:49 am

Convert X to Video 2.0086 crashes with Nvidia CUDA hardware acceleration on.

Load a few MP4 files.
Under "conversion" - "Maximum simultaneous conversion" set to 2.
Under "Hardware Optimizations" - "Maximum of hardware decoder instances" set to 2.
Move Nvidia CUDA to the top. Set max bitrate to 30,000,000. Under Nb, set to 2.
Output set to Blu-ray 1080p.
Click on START.
Program crashes.

Moved Nvidia NVENC on top (move CUDA down).
Program runs at 80 frame per second on two files at the same time.

I tried other variations. Lower bitrate, etc. CUDA simply doesn't work. Other files format crashes, too (different file type, and different output type, like M2TS, or MP4.

I have tried three different video cards. Nvidia GTX 780, Nvidia GTX 1050ti and today, Nvidia GTX 1080.

Motherboard has Intel i7-4790 with 32 G of RAM. Windows 10 64 bit latest updates.
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