[CinCV TNG] 10-Bit Cinelerra-GG version - CINX
randrianasulu at gmail.com
Thu Jun 7 05:58:34 CEST 2018
В сообщении от Thursday 07 June 2018 05:37:37 Phyllis Smith написал(а):
> Our new motto "we freely admit that we don't know what we are doing" !
> A couple of months ago we noticed that the latest version of libx265 had
> the 10-bit option incorporated into the code. But either we misunderstood
> (although we both thought we tested it) or it was changed. So the end
> result is that cinelerra has to be compiled with hidepth in order to
> produce 10-bit instead of 8-bit and that version does not produce 8-bit.
Hm, may be some configures for x264/x265 still not quite right?
I see in
+if test "x$WANT_X264_HIDEPTH" = "xyes" ; then
but then shouldn't it be default, "all" ?
--bit-depth=BIT_DEPTH set output bit depth (8, 10, all) [all]
As for x265, they apparently require two rebuilds of library?
Multilib build instructions
Applications like ffmpeg and the x265 CLI which use our bit-depth introspection
API (x265_api_get) instead of the globally exported C interface can select
between 8 and 10bit libx265 libraries at runtime. To support this both
libraries must be available either as shared libraries or as a pair of static
For shared libraries, just rename your 10bit libx265 as libx265_main10.[so|dll|
dylib] and place it into your library load path.
For static libraries, you must disable the exported C APIs, since they would
conflict with each other. For linux/Mac, you can use or adapt the
build/linux/multilib.sh script. For Windows, there are similar
vc*-x86_64/multilib.bat files that demonstrate how combined static libraries
can be built.
See also multilib docs.
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> We looked into this as a result of KhazAkar mentioning:
> KhazAkar quote "And...where's a 10bit version of Cinelerra on OpenSUSE?
> Before that change It was available.
> We made an OpenSuse42 and Leap15 version which are at:
> We will go back to creating the Leap 10-bit version again. Sorry for our
> confusion. GG/Phyllis
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