An important bugfix was made to AMVtool today, May 4, 2017, around 6:30 pm EDT.
AMVtool was updated to Beta 11, and consequently, AMVpack was also updated. If you previously downloaded AMVpack or AMVtool (separately), please download the updated version so that you can avoid issues.
-Added option for audio when recontainering from Configure All
-Bugfix for Configure All
Linux users will need to have FFMPEG 3.2 or greater, check your version by opening terminal and typing “ffmpeg -version”.
Windows version requires Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 Redistributable Package to be installed. It can be found on Microsoft’s site or http://vcredistx86.l33tmeatwad.com | http://vcredistx64.l33tmeatwad.com
-When using AudioDub in AviSynth, if the output audio codec is AAC it may fail unless the audio is padded (add trim(0,0,pad=true) after AudioDub).
It has been a while since we last updated the website, and this was a major one. The AMV Basics section was updated with the Video Basics and Audio Basics sections finally being added, and you can look forward to the AMV Concept Theory section being added sometime this summer. The tutorials also received a major up date with new information and tweaks to the existing guides.
It has been a while since the content on the website received a full update. There are new pages for the members that joined PixelBlended Studios this summer and the pages for the other members have been updated as well. There were also updates to the guides and walkthroughs section as well as an overall update to the organization of that section. We added a link in the editing tutorials section to the AMVlog’s YouTube channel which has advanced video tutorials for editors to learn new techniques and we are looking into making video tutorials for AMV beginners.