General questions or discussion about HandBrake, Video and/or audio transcoding, trends etc.
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This is a snapshot release of SVN revision 3036. It is not stable code.
It is unstable (and undocumented)
development code which will one day lead to a stable release of HandBrake 0.9.5. But in order for that process to happen, it needs a lot more bug testing due to some major back-end changes within HandBrake.
If you find broken things in this snapshot--which you will--post a thorough bug report
in our bugs forum
- New Fifo stack which should reduce memory usage, especially on multi-core machines decoding HD content
- Faster decomb filter
- Updated ffmpeg to r20817
- Updated x264 to r1376-3feaec2 (b-pyramid is compatible with mbtree now)
- Bug fixes (including an audio sync problem and dvdnav issues)
- Folder scanning: You can now select a folder of non-DVD sources and have all of them scanned sequentially, with each source being shown in the interface as a separate title.
- Many bug fixes and UI tweaks.
A full change log
- A very crude, CLI-only rotation filter to flip pixels vertically (mode 1), horizontally (mode 2), or both (mode 3, default). Called with --rotate.
can be found on the Trac.
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I didn't think this was a bug with HandBrake, so I posted it here.
The Ubuntu Debian CLI packages for HandBrake SVN3036 are corrupted and will not install. The GUI debs work fine, but the CLI fails with:
(Reading database ... 193836 files and directories currently installed.)
Preparing to replace handbrake-cli svn2907 (using HandBrake-svn3036-Ubuntu_CLI_x86_64.deb) ...
Unpacking replacement handbrake-cli ...
dpkg-deb: subprocess paste killed by signal (Broken pipe)
dpkg: error processing HandBrake-svn3036-Ubuntu_CLI_x86_64.deb (--install):
short read in buffer_copy (backend dpkg-deb during `./usr/bin/HandBrakeCLI')
Errors were encountered while processing:
I tried this on two different machines running the latest Ubuntu. When I viewed the deb file, bzip2 told me the data.tar.bz2 file was corrupted.
user@server:~$ bunzip2 '/home/user/data.tar.bz2'
bunzip2: Data integrity error when decompressing.
Input file = /home/user/data.tar.bz2, output file = /home/user/data.tar
It is possible that the compressed file(s) have become corrupted.
You can use the -tvv option to test integrity of such files.
I checked the checksum page and my downloads match.