Can you add some FFMPEG-based codecs to the virtualdub2 Capture mode? Like NVENC QSVENC HEVC and H264...


  • Hello VOUK!


    Can you add Vouk to the virtualdub2 Capture mode?




    As you can see there are even some FFMPEG-based encoders (Huffuv) in the compression list of VD2.

    Can you make such a version, where something like FFMPEG-based NVENC HEVC and H264 and QSVENC H264 or HEVC will appear in the list of compressors in capture mode?


    You know, nowadays very few people use Virtualdub for editing, it is used mostly for video capture!


    Thank you for your reply!

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  • The plan is the new voukoder is autodetecting this kind of settings from the GPUs driver software.

    I'm glad to hear that!


    The importance of the task: You know VirtualDub still remained the most advanced capture software, even better than OBS(regarding to video capture, recording)


    The most important thing for Nvidia cards to support all type of encoding settings what present-day VouKoder provides, including the lossless modes, and for the INTEL, the high bitrate (at least 200Mbit/sec) must be supported in AVC or HEVC.


    Are you really sure that driver softwares represent the real capabilities and full potential of their own HW encoders?

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  • I'm actually currently working on this one. But this might still take some months.

    Hello Vouk!

    The virtualdub2 is an open source software, so everybody can develop and modify freely.

    There is a problem with video capture in virtualdub2. It has problems with NV12 sources. It can not display the live picture and record the video at the same time. You can choose that no-preview than you can record the source. Or you can choose "overlay" to view the source picture, but you can not record.

    The developer of VD2 said, that he has heard about this bug, however, he said sadly, that he has not such HW device which can provide NV12 source videos, so he can not test it.

    Can you fix this problem in VD2?

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