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Old 21st May 2014, 09:29   #1  |  Link
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dmMediaConverter v2.3.1

dmMediaConverter is a crossplatform FFmpeg frontend (GUI) exposing some of its features. It is intended to be simple and easy to use but also to be able to achieve complex tasks. I have inspired myself from a lot of media converters like Handbrake, WinFF and MkvMergeGui. One feature was lacking from most of them, video stream copy (pass through), that made me build this.

For download and more details, here: http://dmsimpleapps.blogspot.ro/2014...converter.html

If i have posted in the wrong subforum, please move the thread.
Also i will appreciate any kind of feedback.
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Old 21st May 2014, 17:21   #2  |  Link
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Thanks Marius!.. I will test .. (both, Linux and Windows)
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Old 27th May 2014, 11:01   #3  |  Link
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Version 0.9.5 is up!
http://dmsimpleapps.blogspot.ro/2014...converter.html

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v0.9.7

Added support for VP8, VP9, Vorbis and Opus. So, now you can save in webp format.
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v0.9.8

Version 0.9.8 is up. With this release i will provide DEB files for easy instalation on Debian and flavors (Ubuntu, Mint , etc).
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Is there a problem with the app, because i can not see the thread anymore? Is the app in the same situation as potplayer?
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Old 2nd July 2014, 17:39   #7  |  Link
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The forum defaults to only display one month of threads, I don't think anyone has accused you of violating any licences.

It looks like a nice GUI, I would give it a try but I am a CLI user.
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Version 0.9.9. is up!
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Old 22nd August 2014, 06:09   #9  |  Link
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Major release!

dmMediaConverter v1.0.0
New Features!

- Stream Profiles!
- Bulk Convert mode! Convert multiple files at once.
- 2 pass encoding for video codecs
- DeShake filter (not so good ...)
- Creation_time tag
- HiDPI support
- Added all ISO 639-2 language codes
- Added color coded stream types for easy identification.

I hope you like it and please, provide feedback.
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How interesting.

Though, it's a bit tricky to download with the Google thing.
View defaults to tiles instead of list/details.
Plus I had to refresh page a couple times before downloaded started for me.

Thanks for the update. I'll give it a whirl sometime. Get something going for my Sony media player.
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How interesting.

Though, it's a bit tricky to download with the Google thing.
View defaults to tiles instead of list/details.
Plus I had to refresh page a couple times before downloaded started for me.

Thanks for the update. I'll give it a whirl sometime. Get something going for my Sony media player.
I think you are right ... default view mode in GDrive is a little annoying, but for me it is very reliable, i never had an issue with it and that was the main reason to host the files there.
I will thing for an alternate location.
Thank you for your feedback.
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GDrive is a bit finicky, since it uses a lot of Javascript, and the default view (grid) doesn't work for your names, since all files look like "dmmediaconverter...". You should add "#list" to your download link.

Dropbox is a great alternate location, it's easy to share whole folders once and copy whatever you want into them later.
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GDrive is a bit finicky, since it uses a lot of Javascript, and the default view (grid) doesn't work for your names, since all files look like "dmmediaconverter...". You should add "#list" to your download link.

Dropbox is a great alternate location, it's easy to share whole folders once and copy whatever you want into them later.
Great tip, i will modify the link.
Regardind Dropbox, GDrive can do the same, you don't have to specify explicit permisions for uploaded files on a shared folder. In my country i can upload to GDrive with ~9 MB/s and on Dropbox with only 800 KB/s.
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Awesome app! Just had a play with the windows version and it's coming along nicely

The only thing I miss is the extra ~ 15% speed of a 64bit x264!

How difficult are 64bit versions of this sort of thing (I assume FFMPEG have a native 64 bit version)?!?

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Awesome app! Just had a play with the windows version and it's coming along nicely

The only thing I miss is the extra ~ 15% speed of a 64bit x264!

How difficult are 64bit versions of this sort of thing (I assume FFMPEG have a native 64 bit version)?!?

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They are not but i didn't think anyone would need such a version. Is the speed benefit real or placebo?
If it is real then i would take this into consideration since on linux i already provide a 64bit version.
Thanks for suggesting this.
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ANOTHER BIG RELEASE! v1.1.0
- Added Preferences in main menu. Please learn how to use Latest option because in the feature i will not ship FFmpeg anymore.
- Added Test Run.
- Now you can rearrange and remove source files.
- Metadata edit for stream and container.
- Show complete stream and container info.
- x264 and x265 extra settings field (ex. put there bluraycompat, etc)
- More output container options.
- On failure does not clear settings.

Have fun and, please, provide feedback!
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http://dmsimpleapps.blogspot.ro/2014...converter.html
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Version v1.2.0 is up, mainly bug fixing.
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Not working 2 pass mode in x265. He's working in ABR.

Other than that, the program is perfect. Good job!
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Not working 2 pass mode in x265. He's working in ABR.

Other than that, the program is perfect. Good job!
Hi, i have just tested to be sure and for me it is working ... Can you detail the problem a little bit?
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Hi, i have just tested to be sure and for me it is working ... Can you detail the problem a little bit?
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In Mediainfo tool appears rc: abr and no rc: 2 pass.

I'm enabling 2 pass mode. But after I finish work, I'll check with Mediainfo, is displayed information --rc as abr and not as 2 pass.

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