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    butteraugli

    good evening!
    Please, compile butteraugli under Windows. Thanks!

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    I have found this threads
    https://github.com/google/butteraugl...ment-291049353 — first mingw reference
    https://encode.su/threads/2626-New-b...ll=1#post50614 — some more info
    https://toster.ru/q/318633 — yours (?) attempt

    Have lost some time trying build it with mingw.
    Got some useless exes, that just silently exits without any output.

    At last I build BA in windows 10 linux subsystem.
    https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/commandline/wsl/about

    Now I can use it like this

    bash -c "butteraugli source.jpg guetzli-q95.jpg map.pnm"
    https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/com...dows-and-bash/

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    see below.
    Last edited by load; 31st August 2017 at 15:42.

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    do you have x86 build version ?
    thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by arminvb View Post
    do you have x86 build version ?
    thank you
    butteraugli 36c5581

    both x64 and x86 for windows attached. x86 might crash on big images, for obvious reason (butteraugli needs RAM).
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    thank you

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    hm, If enlarge an image simply upscaling - PointResize x2

    https://yadi.sk/d/uoXB8dsO3MhJ8b

    source.png 264.png - 7.191232
    source.png 265.png - 6.815086
    source-x2.png 264-x2.png - 10.116722
    source-x2.png 265-x2.png - 13.422771

    The results not only others, but show the opposite.
    And in my opinion, the 264 has a better resemblance than 265, that is confirmed by a second test using "PointResize x2"
    Last edited by zubzer0; 7th September 2017 at 23:13.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zubzer0 View Post
    hm, If enlarge an image simply upscaling - PointResize x2

    https://yadi.sk/d/uoXB8dsO3MhJ8b

    source.png 264.png - 7.191232
    source.png 265.png - 6.815086
    source-x2.png 264-x2.png - 10.116722
    source-x2.png 265-x2.png - 13.422771

    The results not only others, but show the opposite.
    And in my opinion, the 264 has a better resemblance than 265, that is confirmed by a second test using "PointResize x2"
    Butteraugli isn't robust when far from 1.0.

    Usable area is between 0 and 1.6, perhaps up to 2.0

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    Is there any build version available for Linux/Ubuntu

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    Quote Originally Posted by shailender_jain View Post
    Is there any build version available for Linux/Ubuntu
    Compiling from source is relatively easy on Linux. IIRC, you only need to install libpng-dev as a prerequisite.

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