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Since the https://github.com/Selur/hybrid-vapoursynth-addon is clearly broken (building Vapoursynth seems to work, building plugins seems to work, but vscript and vspipe fails) and I lack the time/knowledge/motivation to spend tons of time to look into fixing this I'm thinking about dropping Linux support as a whole and turn Hybrid into a Windows only tool.

Spending most of my free time trying to get shell scripts working is way to frustrating to keep this going.

Cu Selur
(07.08.2020, 21:12)Selur Wrote: [ -> ]Since the https://github.com/Selur/hybrid-vapoursynth-addon is clearly broken (building Vapoursynth seems to work, building plugins seems to work, but vscript and vspipe fails) and I lack the time/knowledge/motivation to spend tons of time to look into fixing this I'm thinking about dropping Linux support as a whole and turn Hybrid into a Windows only tool.

Spending most of my free time trying to get shell scripts working is way to frustrating to keep this going.

Cu Selur
Hi I been Using Hybrid on windows for a long time now and i am really thankful for this software cuz it helped alot.

but now i moved to linux and i really love linux but the problem here is that i need hybrid, i got myself a video editor on linux but i cant seem to understand how to install hybrid on linux its not showing as a installer or a package to install it or something...

pls if your reading i would love you to explain to me how to install hybrid on linux

because no one is talking about it and its important that people understand how to install hybrid on linux


(thanks for making hybrid its amazing)
What Linux Distribution are you using?
(12.09.2020, 07:38)Selur Wrote: [ -> ]What Linux Distribution are you using?
Linux Mint
iirc Linux Mint is debian based and uses apt.
So downloading Hybrid Linux64bit (with base tools and most dependencies) Qt 5.9.5 (tools) from the download page should work.
If you want to use Vapoursynth in Hybrid you should follow the instructions over at https://github.com/Selur/hybrid-vapoursynth-addon

Cu Selur
(12.09.2020, 14:41)Selur Wrote: [ -> ]iirc Linux Mint is debian based and uses apt.
So downloading Hybrid Linux64bit (with base tools and most dependencies) Qt 5.9.5 (tools) from the download page should work.
If you want to use Vapoursynth in Hybrid you should follow the instructions over at https://github.com/Selur/hybrid-vapoursynth-addon

Cu Selur
what do you mean by base tools and dependencies? (im a new linux user) Big Grin
"Hybrid Linux64bit (with base tools and most dependencies) Qt 5.9.5 (tools) "
That's the name of the download,... over at http://selur.de

Cu Selur
(12.09.2020, 14:53)Selur Wrote: [ -> ]"Hybrid Linux64bit (with base tools and most dependencies) Qt 5.9.5 (tools) "
That's the name of the download,... over at http://selur.de

Cu Selur
Oh ye, so i gotta drop the file to my desktop and then open it and install or something like that?

or its basically the full program

because idk how to run it (there is like 3 programs) for example DivX265
The download includes Hybrid and most of the programs it uses.
To start Hybrid, you need to start the Hybrid binary. inside the hybrid folder.

let's say you extracted the Hybrid download to: '/home/username/'.
Then you should now have a /home/username/hybrid' folder inside it.
Since there is no shortcut let's start Hybrid through a terminal. Smile
So open a terminal. (see: https://www.howtogeek.com/howto/22283/fo...-in-linux/)
Then change the current directory (cd) to the hybrid folder by calling:
Code:
cd "/home/username/hybrid"
now try to start Hybrid by calling:
Code:
./Hybrid
in case that doesn't work you need to make sure Hybrid is executable, so call:
Code:
sudo chmod +x Hybrid
after this
starting Hybrid by calling:
Code:
./Hybrid
should work.

Quote:because idk how to run it (there is like 3 programs) for example DivX265
there should be like tons of programs Wink
  • aac-enc
  • aften
  • aomenc
  • bdsup2sub++
  • d2vwitch
  • delacut
  • DivX265
  • faac
  • ffdcaenc
  • ffmbc
  • ffmpeg
  • ffmsindex
  • flac
  • FLVExtractCL
  • FrameCounter
  • Hybrid
  • IxdSubCutter
  • kvazaar
  • lame
  • lsdvd
  • mediainfo
  • mencoder
  • mkvextract
  • mkvinfo
  • mkvmerge
  • MP4Box
  • mp4fpsmod
  • mplayer
  • neroAacEnc
  • nvhsp
  • oggenc
  • opusenc
  • rav1e
  • sox
  • SvtAv1EncApp
  • SvtHevcEncApp
  • telxcc
  • tsMuxeR
  • vpxenc
  • vsViewer
  • x264
  • x265

Cu Selur
(12.09.2020, 16:00)Selur Wrote: [ -> ]The download includes Hybrid and most of the programs it uses.
To start Hybrid, you need to start the Hybrid binary. inside the hybrid folder.

let's say you extracted the Hybrid download to: '/home/username/'.
Then you should now have a /home/username/hybrid' folder inside it.
Since there is no shortcut let's start Hybrid through a terminal. Smile
So open a terminal. (see: https://www.howtogeek.com/howto/22283/fo...-in-linux/)
Then change the current directory (cd) to the hybrid folder by calling:
Code:
cd "/home/username/hybrid"
now try to start Hybrid by calling:
Code:
./Hybrid
in case that doesn't work you need to make sure Hybrid is executable, so call:
Code:
sudo chmod +x Hybrid
after this
starting Hybrid by calling:
Code:
./Hybrid
should work.

Quote:because idk how to run it (there is like 3 programs) for example DivX265
there should be like tons of programs Wink
  • aac-enc
  • aften
  • aomenc
  • bdsup2sub++
  • d2vwitch
  • delacut
  • DivX265
  • faac
  • ffdcaenc
  • ffmbc
  • ffmpeg
  • ffmsindex
  • flac
  • FLVExtractCL
  • FrameCounter
  • Hybrid
  • IxdSubCutter
  • kvazaar
  • lame
  • lsdvd
  • mediainfo
  • mencoder
  • mkvextract
  • mkvinfo
  • mkvmerge
  • MP4Box
  • mp4fpsmod
  • mplayer
  • neroAacEnc
  • nvhsp
  • oggenc
  • opusenc
  • rav1e
  • sox
  • SvtAv1EncApp
  • SvtHevcEncApp
  • telxcc
  • tsMuxeR
  • vpxenc
  • vsViewer
  • x264
  • x265

Cu Selur
Thanks For Replying, THis Makes Total Sense. I will do it right no i was editing a video <3 (THANK YOUUU IT WORKED) i think i learned something important about linux xD

Thanks Agian i Will donate 1 day
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