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Old 16th December 2013, 12:40   #101  |  Link
Masutin
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Is there a tool that can shift the times of all or selected chapters (in TXT for MKV or other) by a specified value?
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Old 3rd January 2014, 11:18   #102  |  Link
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Hi

I have Celltimes.txt input file and I need time based output.
Source:
0
9300
20750
33925
56351
59993
104350
120150
124094
Result:
00:00:00.000
00:06:27.887
00:14:25.448
00:23:34.955
00:39:10.306
00:41:42.208
01:12:32.265
01:23:31.256
01:26:15.754
02:02:29.425
02:22:31.626

But if you check, the calculation is not correct.
This is the correct one:
0:0:0.0
0:6:12.0
0:13:50.0
0:22:37.0
0:37:34.1
0:39:59.18
1:9:34.0
1:20:6.0
1:22:43.19
1:57:28.10
2:16:41.9
2:23:35.6

Of course framerate not changed.
What is the reason for deviation?

EDIT: Now it is ok.
Order of settings was the solution.

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Old 12th January 2014, 23:02   #103  |  Link
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Perhaps you can help and point where else to ask. What entry can be used in the CHAPTERxxNAME field to represent an empty title? If you leave it empty or use a space or a tab, the time code will be the title. However I've seen chapters without titles.
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Old 15th January 2014, 02:27   #104  |  Link
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Hello. Is there way to extract chapter position timestamps along with the names of the chapters that you see in a root menu? Currently when I repack the blu-rays into MKV container to stream them using DLNA I have to manually name the chapters. Is there a way to automate?
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Old 17th January 2014, 04:07   #105  |  Link
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nfm, I never used the BD structure, but if you can copy the times and titles in any form, e.g. using MediaInfo, I can write a regular expression to automate conversion into chapters suitable for MKV.
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Old 3rd August 2014, 00:24   #106  |  Link
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shon3i - Any change you can release the project to google code so some of us can contribute to it.
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Old 13th August 2014, 18:45   #107  |  Link
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Quote:
Originally Posted by shon3i View Post
Yes it's possible, it will happen in near future, just be patient.
Has the offset feature been implemented yet?
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Old 1st December 2015, 21:39   #108  |  Link
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Hi,

I've just updated to Windows 10 and now I cannot longer drag & drop playlists to ChapterGen, it's only me or anybody else is having the same issue?
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Old 20th December 2015, 12:04   #109  |  Link
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If i convert a txt muxman file to an OGG file using the program windows interface, the first line/chapter is "CHAPTER00".
If i do the same thing but using the CLI (in a bat file), the first line/chapter is "CHAPTER01".
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Old 21st September 2016, 22:50   #110  |  Link
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Aside from ChapterGen. As with CUE files for some audio files, is a similar approach possible for other media files, i.e. providing timestamps and optional titles in a separate file?
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