I’ve mentioned that I hate ImageMagick before. I still hate it but finally took the time to update AND test it for ImageMagick 7. As a result it’s now a mostly usable image source or at least should be. There are only a few remaining quirks which will probably exist for all time. Like being able to figure out if a source file is floating point for any remotely relevant format apart from TIFF. But enough about that, all 8-31 bit images will be assumed to be integer and all 32 bit images will be assumed to be float. Unless it’s in TIFF in which case it will all just magickally work.
The person with the pretentious name created an interesting Avisynth compatibility solution. It allows you to easily pass clips to and from 32 bit Avisynth from 64 bit VapourSynth under Windows. So now there’s no excuse to not switch to VapourSynth, it’s more compatible than 64 bit Avisynth!
The new version can be downloaded from the ivtc.org link to the left. Only for real encoders. See the previous post for the main changes.
Don’t expect regular updates. The existing codebase is so horrible I don’t want to make major changes. Report all bugs you find on IRC.
An ancient evil has returned. The number one IVTC tool for real encoders has been updated to better support modern windows versions. It includes several bug fixes and it’s now system DPI aware so it won’t look so bad. Head to #darkhold on Rizon.net if you’re one of the few who still know how to use it and want to test it.
Still no VapourSynth support though. Too much effort.