Latest Handbreak SVN Download

Discussion in 'Apple TV and Home Theater' started by Unverrich, Mar 29, 2009.

  1. Unverrich macrumors regular

    Unverrich

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    #1
    Can anyone send me the latest Handbreak compiled? I dont know how to download the newest SVN and do it.

    Or if someone can put me in the right direction of where I can download it. Thanks!
     
  2. northy124 macrumors 68020

    northy124

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    #3
    @Aldaris that is not for the SVN that is for the last "Stable" release.

    @Unverrich try the below in Terminal.
    1. Open Terminal and type svn co svn://svn.handbrake.fr/HandBrake/trunk HandBrake, pressing enter
    2. Type cd handbrake or ./configure (as I think it has changed how to compile), pressing enter
    3. Type sudo Make Check
    4. Sudo Make
    5. Sudo Make install

    You need Yasm installed as well for it to be successful.
     
  3. Unverrich thread starter macrumors regular

    Unverrich

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    #5
    got it, Cave Man.

    Thank you guys so much!

    Now, how often does the SVN update? And when I update it do I just go to the Terminal and do that same process over and over?

    Thanks again!
     
  4. northy124 macrumors 68020

    northy124

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    #6
    IDK but I update once a week, every Saturday.
     
  5. Thomss macrumors member

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  6. realityking macrumors member

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    #8
    Sometimes SVn doesn't change for a couple of days, sometimes it changes a dozen a times on a single day.
    This that are new (form the the top of my head):
    Better decomb (with custom options)
    better blu-ray support
    live preview
    much newer and better x264
     
  7. dynaflash macrumors 68020

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    #9
    Remember, svn rev's are NOT supported in any way shape or form.

    some days there might be a dozen commits, some break things and the next one might fix it. Tough to say.

    The gui might be half done, might be a feature that is sort of implemented and sort of not.

    I would ask that compiled binaries not be distributed. Please, if your interested then learn to use svn and compile yourself. Along with reading the commit notes and following the irc logs might help understand what sort of state things are in at any given time.

    When the svn is deemed stable enough, a developer snapshot will be released which is generally safe for public consumption. Until that time, you get a 50/50 guarantee ... if it breaks you can keep both halves.
     
  8. Cave Man macrumors 604

    Cave Man

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    All right, no more from me. I'll quietly leave the room now... :eek:
     

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