Apr 192016

H.265/HEVC logoLike I said, I’ll keep doing these. Following version [1.9+108], here comes another build of the x265 encoder for Windows XP+ and Windows XP x64/Server 2003 x64+, this time it’s version 1.9+141. I’m not sure for how long the developers at Multicoreware are going to keep up support for NT 5.1/5.2 based operating systems, but for as long as they do, I’ll keep releasing builds for the old MS operating systems. Just keep in mind that I’m not running automated build & test systems, so I’m going to release selected binaries every 1-2 months or so. If you need a specific version, please just request it (or try and build it yourself, see previous posts).

Whenever Multicoreware does drop support I’ll still continue as long as it’s easily patchable. We can’t be sure of anything though, they’ve dropped deep color support (10-bit/12-bit per color channel) on 32-bit x86 platforms before, so…

Well, here is 1.9+141:

Once more, this has been built with Microsofts’ VisualStudio 2010 SP1 + yasm 1.3.0, and tested doing a 2-pass encode & quick output video verification for all color depths. Requires the MS VC++ 2010 runtime, you can get it here: [32-bit version], [64-bit version].

CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 Another new x265 WinXP build, v1.9+141 by The GAT at XIN.at is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

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