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Old 10 Dec 2005, 10:45 AM   #1
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Default StaxRip builds (x264, AAC, XviD, DivX, AC3, MP3, AVI, MKV, DIVX container)

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StaxRip Introduction

With StaxRip you can easily convert your DVD's, DVB or DV captures or almost any other source format. As a open source application StaxRip is completely free.

Supported Formats

Video formats: DivX, XviD, x264, MPEG-2, MPEG-4
Audio formats: MP3, AC3, MP2/MPA, AAC, DTS, WAV
Container formats: AVI, MP4, MPG, MKV (Matroska), DIVX (DMF (DivX Media Format))

Features
  • No spyware, adware or any other form of malware.
  • Open Source, Freeware.
  • No registry bloat, settings are saved in files within the application's directory or within the user directory. No lost settings after a fresh windows installation.
  • No awkward setup/installer, no system changes, system bloat and trash.
  • Easy to use and highly customizable.
  • Reasonable default values for filters, codecs etc.
  • Rich help system including, online help (assistant), context sensitive help and forum support.
  • Rich and convenient cutting facilities e.g. to remove ads.
  • Batch processing (jobs).
  • Rich feature set to manage, integrate and download required third party application transparently instead of awkward or dangerous codec packs or application packs.
  • AviSynth powered to achieve excelent video quality and support of almost any source format.
  • Rapid development using the latest and greatest technology .NET Framework 2.0
  • Reportet bugs get fixed quickly, often a new version is available on the same day!
  • Many feature requests get incorporated very quickly.

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Old 14 Dec 2005, 08:31 AM   #2
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new build:

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0.9.1.4 (2005-12-13)
  • new: Configuration dialog for muxing audio profiles (language and delay).
  • new: Delay handling for MKV, DIVX and MP4 muxing.
  • new: Chapters for MKV and MP4 muxing.
  • new: Aspect Ratio parameter for mkvmerge.
  • fix: language parameter wasn't applied properly using AAC with mkvmerge.
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Old 17 Dec 2005, 03:20 AM   #3
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0.9.1.5 (2005-12-16)

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  • new: Editor for command lines and scripts with support for preview and execute.
  • new: More than just one command line can be executed.
  • fix: A couple of bugs fixes were fixed.
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Old 17 Dec 2005, 06:20 AM   #4
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thanx for keeping us up2date, stax!
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Old 21 Dec 2005, 10:53 AM   #5
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0.9.1.6 (2005-12-21)

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  • new: Null Encoder to remux a already encoded project.
  • new: Auto Compressibility Check option.
  • new: Auto Mode: Normally StaxRip performs various tasks directly after a source file is opened like demuxing, auto crop, auto resize etc. In Auto Mode all this tasks are performed when the encoding is started (either manually or by the joblist).
  • new: Profiles can be edited from within the profiles dialog, even encoder and AviSynth profiles!
  • change: Simplified AviSynth menu.
Since nobody but UncasMS and me posted I would like to stress that I'm using this thread to support StaxRip so if anybody has a problem, suggestion, request or so I'd be happy to hear from you.
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Old 26 Dec 2005, 06:03 AM   #7
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0.9.1.7 (2005-12-25)

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  • change: streamlined profile and quality mode features.
  • new: Easy way to add forced subtitles.
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Old 26 Dec 2005, 11:50 PM   #8
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Hi Stax,
whats about PVAStrumento and the way to correct video and audio before merging them again in VirtuallDubMod ? I need this future because of recording from TV-Card and i am loosing some Frames ( Video and/or Audio )
while doing this.

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P.S: fantastic tool !!!
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Old 27 Dec 2005, 12:01 AM   #9
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Hi Tommi,
it's a little bit problematic as it don't has has a command line interface. Doesn't ProjectX work for you? Works great here.
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Old 27 Dec 2005, 12:40 AM   #10
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Hi Stax,
thanks for quick reply.

I have changed the Order in View ->project options -> preparation:
1)ProjectX
2)DGIndex
3)AVI2WAV

ProjectX is running for a 1 msec ( cmd-box open and close itselfs ).

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Old 27 Dec 2005, 01:58 AM   #11
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Hi Stax,
find something interisting for you.

Seems that ProjectX has changed his CommandLine-Propertys.

StaxRip -> ProjectX -> Status
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0.9.1.7 -> 0.81.7 -> OK
0.9.1.7 -> 0.90.1 -> FAILED

While Using PX 0.81.7 and confirming to use "wrong" Version of PX,
StaxRip will use PX. I am testing now converting mpg to DivX with cutting etc.

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0.90.1 is the supported version and thus works here. I'm using it for mpg's capture with DVBViewer but other DVB captures should work as well. It's possible that 0.90.1 failes on your stream because of some bug.
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i have used 0917 recently and converted starwars3 using xvid, divx6 and h264

being a long-time user and supporter of stax former tool DVX i must say this new tool has become even simpler and extremely easy to use

missing components were downloaded and installed more or less automatically, target size was absolutely fine and user defined settings came very handy

nice new project, stax!

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Great to hear it works, still many novice users have lot's of problems but I'm working on making it much more easy.
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you know i had severe problems with earlier builds - we talked about it

but this release worked fine for me

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