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Old 11th April 2011, 14:55   #2001  |  Link
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Can any one help with this...
I've been creating .mp4 files with megui containing 1x264 stream and 1xaac stream using autoencode. For weeks all has been well.
Suddenly I find that when I play the mp4's all players report twice the actual duration. Demuxing and remuxing with YAMB fixes this fine.
I'm a bit baffled as megui and yamb both use mp4box to mux. Does anyone know what is going on? Thanks.
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Old 11th April 2011, 20:03   #2002  |  Link
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2006 [MKV Muxer] added support for wav input files. Feature request #3253221
2005 [x264] added option for interlaced modes --tff and --bff. --interlaced has been removed. Bug #3204337
2004 [Audio Encoder] added option to choose the preferred decoder. Feature request #3053195
                     in case the preferred decoder cannot decode the input file the others will be tried, too
                     default order: NicAudio, FFAudioSource, DirectShow
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Old 14th April 2011, 19:04   #2003  |  Link
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There is a GUI bug with the NeroAAC config dialog.
The default constant bit rate value is always at 16 kbit/s until the user selects the constant bit rate radio button or the variable bit rate radio button.



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Old 15th April 2011, 11:04   #2004  |  Link
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Hi there...

I am using the latest development version of meGUI (2006). It crashes when I'm trying to load a .dgi file (properly indexed with activated & licensed DGAVCDecDI & DiAVC). Same script working fine when I am loading it on AvsP. The source is HD .h264.

There is no any problem with FFMS2 indexed and .dga files. Also it works fine with Directshowsource). Is it problem of newest meGUI? Unfortunately, I don't tried with previous version of meGUI. Can't compare. If no, I'll search at neuron2.net.

Thanx in advance...

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Hi there...

I am using the latest development version of meGUI (2006). It crashes when I'm trying to load a .dgi file (properly indexed with activated & licensed DGAVCDecDI & DiAVC). Same script working fine when I am loading it on AvsP. The source is HD .h264.

There is no any problem with FFMS2 indexed and .dga files. Also it works fine with Directshowsource). Is it problem of newest meGUI? Unfortunately, I don't tried with previous version of meGUI. Can't compare. If no, I'll search at neuron2.net.

Thanx in advance...

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Isn't .dgi strictly for use with DGDecodeNV and Nvidia Cuda cards?
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DGDecodeNV requires NVIDIA Cuda cards. DGAVCDecDI is for all others...


Btw reinstalling of meGUI resolve the problem....
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Megui, Misc tab, under V.U.I. there is a box checked for "Force pic_struct" for all the Blu-ray presets.

Is this the same effect as the command line --pic-struct ?
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Old 17th April 2011, 21:59   #2008  |  Link
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Only two minor fixes:
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2008 [Worker] fixed "shut down worker when finished local queue"
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2007 [Nero AAC Encoder] fixed cosmetic problem with wrong bitrate values in the configuration dialog. Bug #3286672
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Megui, Misc tab, under V.U.I. there is a box checked for "Force pic_struct" for all the Blu-ray presets.

Is this the same effect as the command line --pic-struct ?
I am pretty sure the command line --pic-struct is added when "Force pic_struct" is checked.
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I am pretty sure the command line --pic-struct is added when "Force pic_struct" is checked.
No, it's not visible in the command line, that's what prompted me to ask.
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No, it's not visible in the command line, that's what prompted me to ask.
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As I stated , Blu-ray presets...not divx, not there :
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As I stated , Blu-ray presets...not divx, not there :
It would seems that -tff includes pic-struct in it.
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It would seems that -tff includes pic-struct in it.
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Implied when you use --pulldown or --tff/--bff.
You know, it's funny Lighto, I read that in the MeWiki but didn't interpret that "implied" meant "turned on".

Thanks for the clarification!
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Old 19th April 2011, 08:08   #2015  |  Link
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My problem with DGAVCDecDI still persist.

Sometimes MeGUI opens properly (I don't know why ??? ), but usually going to crash...

I've switched to the stable server and it update to 1939 (svn), but the result was same. Just like the 2008 (svn) update...

Btw, When I am using same script from the x264 commandline, it working properly...

Now I'm sure that it is a MeGUI problem... Or it is MeGUI - DGDAVCDecodeDI incompatibility ???

What's wrong??
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Old 21st April 2011, 09:42   #2016  |  Link
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Opening explorer makes megui freeze

After a couple times (or maybe a certain time frame) of opening explorer to find files, for instance a d2v file in a folder, megui freezes and I have to delete the process and restart it to continue the work. It only recently started happening after I updated from 1998 if I remember correctly. I've seen that it may be due to ffms but that thread I read was like a year ago. Anyone know what might be the issue, had seen the issue, or know if its' one currently being rectified?

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2009 [MediaInfo] adjustment for recent mediainfo builds
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Old 22nd April 2011, 15:27   #2018  |  Link
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Could you please update x264 to 1937 ?
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Old 22nd April 2011, 15:30   #2019  |  Link
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No, not at the moment. I need to prepare the gui first for the --bluray-compat switch.
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Old 23rd April 2011, 13:04   #2020  |  Link
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There is a slight bug in audio encoding using Nero AAC and using FFAudioSource on the profile. I'm encoding .mpa files to .m4a, and when I try to delete the original .mpa afterwards, Windows tells me it's still in use by Megui. I have to completely close Megui to release it. Note: this only seems to affect the X64 version of Megui - as far as I can see the X32 version correctly closes the file (or at least lets me delete it).

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