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Old 5th August 2017, 03:16   #14341  |  Link
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i just want to "normalize" to 0db.
that means, it scans all channels, takes the highest overall gain found and then amplifies all channels by this value.
for example L=-5db, R=-6db, C=-2db, SL=-12db, SR=-13db, then the center channel has the highest gain with -2db and finally all channels get an amplification by +2db.
no drc, compressor, loudness maximizer, limiter, etc.
and that all in the most efficient, resource saving way.
I hate to say this, but this a a bad example, because I dare you, in a blind test, that you will not be able to notice that 2dB difference.
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Old 13th August 2017, 17:58   #14342  |  Link
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Feature request

it would be nice if eac3to ignores -downXX switch when source is lower than the specified bitrate.
for example decoding a 64bit ac3 with -down32 then it "downbits" to 32bit.
when decoding a 24bit dts it ignores the switch and decodes to 24bit instead of "upbitting" to 32bit.

or add -downXXXX (for example -down6432)
then it only downs 64bit to 32bit and leaves all other input bitrates untouched.

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It already works like this, I believe. Can you provide any example (sample file + log) where it doesn't?
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Old 13th August 2017, 19:31   #14344  |  Link
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it would be nice if eac3to ignores -downXX switch when source is lower than the specified bitrate.
Maybe you mistake "bitrate" with "bitdepth"?

-downXX fix the bitdepth of decoded PCM data.

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for example decoding a 64bit ac3 with -down32 then it "downbits" to 32bit.
Is possible to have a 64 Kb/s AC3 (I never see), but AC3 don't have any bitdepth then 64bit AC3 don't have sense.

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when decoding a 24bit dts it ignores the switch and decodes to 24bit instead of "upbitting" to 32bit.
- If you are talking about a DTS-MA 24 bits, for what you want 32 bits with the last 8 bits all to "0"?

eac3to try to be smart and ignore usseless parametres, even check if last 8 significant bits are all to "0" to output only 16 bits.

- If you are talking about a standard DTS, like AC3, don't have bitdepth. Does not exist a standard DTS 24 bits.

When eac3to decode a lossy format (AC3, DTS, MP3, ...) internally work with 64 bits float samples and, at output by default, downsample to 24 bits int because is enough precission.

If you want preserve the 64 bit float you can add the parameter:

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Old 12th September 2017, 08:31   #14345  |  Link
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@madshi

I would like to request 0.1 intervals for the percentage status display/output.

Some years ago I suggested to use an alternative or additional mkv muxer because many people don't like to install directshow filters, configuring DirectShow and in general configuring and repairing Windows requires expertise many people don't have.

This summer I received a email with following content:

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Shit don’t work and it sucks.
I was mostly amused about it, two days ago I received something more concrete from the same kind person:

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So explain to me why is it you made 100 versions crappy with the haali filter, then I am telling everyone not to use it because of that stupid haali filter and now I see version 101 does not have it? You made me look like a fool, you are a pile of shit and I will love you track and hunt you down for literally being the shittiest developer on planet earth.
I don't know who this person is and these two mails is the only thing I ever heard from him, I do not reply such mails.

In staxrip Haali is optional even for eac3to usage and I didn't remove or change anything. For VC1 I think eac3to users need Haali because I don't think there is a avs/vs source filter that can handle raw VC1.

While staxrip supports many different tools and workflows eac3to is still popular and I always ensured it has the best possible support.
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Is there a way to select the output folder when using the -demux function ?
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Old 12th September 2017, 20:49   #14347  |  Link
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You can try:

eac3to "input" "D:\tmp\output.*"
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Thanks, good trick !
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