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Old 4th August 2006, 05:28   #421  |  Link
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1.4.0 released, see my site or the first post of this thread. Needs .NET Framework 2.0 instead of 1.1 like the older versions, if you don't have it get it here: x86 or x64.

EDIT: The feature to add packed bitstream hasn't been tested much, use it with care. The checkbox is enabled even if the video doesn't have B-VOPs, I think I'll release another version sometime to fix that.
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A big big thank You Moitah !!!

I modified the new Version a bit (and it's really only a little bit):
After successfull saving a file the user is asked to delete the source-file. (I don't want to keep the original one after modifying).
The initial directory to open files is the one given in the icon as the working dir. (or the path where MPEG4Modifier is, when starting it by doubleclick on the .exe), the initial directory to save files is the same dir then the source-file-path.

If it's OK for You (Moitah) and somebody wants to have it, post here.

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Hi Moitah,

It's only a small request but is there any chance of creating an "icon" for MPEG4 Modifier?
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Old 4th August 2006, 19:58   #424  |  Link
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Looks like there's a bug when packing files that contain N-VOPs, don't pack files with N-VOPs until I get it fixed.
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Old 5th August 2006, 03:40   #425  |  Link
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1.4.1 released.
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Old 5th August 2006, 12:34   #426  |  Link
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moitah, i have heard that latest divx doesnt use fake n-vops anymore with packed bitstream. is this true? and if yes, do you use fake n-vops?
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moitah, i have heard that latest divx doesnt use fake n-vops anymore with packed bitstream. is this true?
I don't think so. I just tested by making an encode with DivX 6.2.5 and there were fake N-VOPs in it.
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Any thoughts on the topic of removing real n-vops, now that you've got nice avi rewriting code?
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I'll look into it.
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Moitah

for this new version!

Any chance you will also update the command line version?
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thanks, I just need to hope the modified version appear updated now. I often want to do a whole directory at a time, which the mod version ads. Yes I realise that the CL version can do this but it adds the risk that files are deleted if anything is wrong (has happened) where as the mod version saves as a new file (with _U appended to know which is which)
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Old 13th August 2006, 12:20   #432  |  Link
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nix0 Mpeg4Toolkit is updated with Moitah's Mpeg4 Modifier 1.41. You can use it to process directories and more.

Downloads and more info at:
http://dark-g.sourceforge.net/

P.D. The program is described here:
http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=113637
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thanks god2003, thats excellent - just what I wanted.
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Unfortunately,I testd this program with 4 file AVI but DAR till remains . I don't know why reason is
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Unfortunately,I testd this program with 4 file AVI but DAR till remains . I don't know why reason is
We'll need more information than this!

Are you playing your MPEG-4 files in a software or hardware player. If so which one(s)?

What's the resolution of your MPEG-4 files?

Do your MPEG-4 files contain any black mattes/bars?

....will do for starters!
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Sorry if i am totally wrong in this thread but i am totally noob in such questions :X. I was just looking for a tool for changing the aspect ratio of a video file (no illegal it was recorded from a tv card by me) which is 544x576 (really ugly) to a nice 16:9 which it would be normally. So i didn't use virtual dub for this because it wouldn't be possible without recompressing the video file which would also mean a loss in quality and the video quality is even now bad enough. So I searched the whole web and finally found this thread combined with this tool. (again sorry if i am wrong and the tool has nothing to do with this). I have net.framework 2.0 and the latest version of this program but i tried every option pixel aspect ratio - display aspect ratio different options enabled/disabled but nothing will change the aspect ratio. What am i doing wrong ?
The video file is xvid encoded.
If this tool won't be able to help me it would be really great if you could tell me a way how i could resize my video without any quality loss (=reencoding).
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The 5 days are there to keep out human spammers, folks who don't read rules, and so on, there are lots and lots of posts about it.

Anyway, it sounds like it's the playback chain that doesn't support AR in your case. What player are you using, and what directshow filters (splitter and decoder, plus renderer) does it involve?
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I use Media Player Classic with ffdshow, do you think that's the source of the fault ? Should i try another player like vlc or something ? Sorry i don't know anything about splitter, decoder, or renderer where do i find this information ?
If i got you right - this tool adds a line or manipulates some commands which changes the aspect ratio. But this line isn't asked by all media players - and my media player doesn't do this. If I am wrong please tell me :X
Is there any alternative if it also doesn't work with another media player ?
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I use Media Player Classic with ffdshow, do you think that's the source of the fault ? Should i try another player like vlc or something ? Sorry i don't know anything about splitter, decoder, or renderer where do i find this information ?
If i got you right - this tool adds a line or manipulates some commands which changes the aspect ratio. But this line isn't asked by all media players - and my media player doesn't do this. If I am wrong please tell me :X
Is there any alternative if it also doesn't work with another media player ?
yeah great anybody out there able to help me ?
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Problems using MPEG4Modifier with OpenDML-AVI

Hi!

I open the AVI (2.05GB, XviD and AC3), do nothing and save it. The new file isnīt playable with MS Mediaplayer at all. VLC 0.8.4a only shows every second Keyframe. Same with VLC 0.8.5. Video Information is as follows:

Packed bitstream: Yes
QPel: No
GMC: No
Interlaced: No
Aspect ratio: 16:9 NTSC pixel shape
Quant type: H.263

I-VOPs: 1666 (0,75%)
P-VOPs: 81708 (36,81%)
B-VOPs: 138600 (62,44%)
S-VOPs: 0 (0,00%)
N-VOPs: 0 (0,00%)

Max consecutive B-VOPs: 2
1 consec: 25,11%
2 consec: 74,89%

If I change the Aspect Ratio (what I initially wanted to do) it works fine with the shown Keyframes. Unpacking Bitstream doesnīt change behavior. What am I doing wrong/is there a Bug?

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