Overall I think it's going to be included soon, which means that Handbrake can also add support for it rather quickly - especially if they switch over to ffmpeg and drop the far too outdated libav forever.
Changes in ffmpeg+AMF
So today I'm going to provide you all with updated binaries to test out. These contain a few changes to before:
- The code is now based on ffmpeg 3.4.
- x264 has been updated to the latest version, which includes AVX-512 support.
- H264 and HEVC AMF now have experimental d3d11va support, however it requires that the input is NV12.
- HEVC should now output correct files.
- PNG should now also be supported, so the tests can actually now work properly.
Until next time