There is no need for these connectors! Universal Solution: Please develop a VFW version of Voukoder.

  • Hello Vouk!


    Can you develop a VfW version of Voukoder? Most of the professonal NLE editors and all video capture related softwares use VFW codecs. So if you develop a vfw Voucoder, you don't need to create and develop and maintain the lot of "connetors" for various products. It would be a revolutionalry (UNIVERSAL SOLUTION) step forward!


    Thank you for your reply!

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    Changed the title of the thread from “There is no need for most of these connectors. Please develop a VFW version of Voukoder.” to “There is no need for these connectors! Universal Solution: Please develop a VFW version of Voukoder.”.
  • I think i looked into this in the beginning but I can't remember anymore why I didn't want to go this way.


    IIRC VfW works that you provide a "Codec" that can be be used in an AVI container while Voukoder writes any other but AVI output.


    I'll look into this again.

  • I think i looked into this in the beginning but I can't remember anymore why I didn't want to go this way.


    IIRC VfW works that you provide a "Codec" that can be be used in an AVI container while Voukoder writes any other but AVI output.


    I'll look into this again.

    VFW and Directshow codecs can be use in all output container formats, not just in avi. Most NLE softwares proves that. For example: VFW versions x264 and x265 can be used in mp4 mkv flv , MTS M2TS output containers.

  • VFW and Directshow codecs can be use in all output container formats, not just in avi. Most NLE softwares proves that. For example: VFW versions x264 and x265 can be used in mp4 mkv flv , MTS M2TS output containers.

    Connectors are much betters, LAV Filters supports all FFmpeg decoders & splitters (they are DirectShow filters)

  • It should be possible to use Voukoder as a VfW codec. But video and audio will be exported separately to two files. You can't have video and audio muxed to one file.


    So i guess we'll still need connectors.