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Old 26th July 2019, 11:55   #401  |  Link
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If you mean the sub tracks, is it possible the tracks are burned in?
???? I dont know, I have to install inviska mkv extract, but its the slowest I've seen in my life and only to extract subtitles!!!! I dont know if it would a movie, I thought that gMKVExtractGUI would be faster....but I can't open the mkv with that....
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Old 26th July 2019, 11:58   #402  |  Link
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???? I dont know, I have to install inviska mkv extract, but its the slowest I've seen in my life and only to extract subtitles!!!! I dont know if it would a movie, I thought that gMKVExtractGUI would be faster....but I can't open the mkv with that....
Perhaps would MKVcleaver faster?
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Old 26th July 2019, 22:47   #403  |  Link
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If you can't open the actual MKV, try first remuxing with MKVToolNix and then using gMKVExtract
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Old 27th July 2019, 22:12   #404  |  Link
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If you can't open the actual MKV, try first remuxing with MKVToolNix and then using gMKVExtract
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Attempting to get this to work on Kubuntu 19.04 without any success. Are there any instructions? I have extracted the zip file successfully, right clicked the exe file and selected open with Mono and the nothing happens.
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Old 24th August 2019, 15:37   #406  |  Link
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My doubt is similar as shag00's: I'd like to use gMKVExtractGUI under Linux but I don't know how.

When I used Windows, I just copyed the three files to the same directory of MKVToolNix and created both, a link for the .EXE in the desktop and associated .MKV files to be opened by gMKVExtractGUI. Can you help me, please?

My Linux configuration is Linux Mint 19.1 Tessa 64 - Base Ubuntu 18.4 bionic - Cinnamon 4.0.10 - Kernel 4.15.0-55-generic - Intel Core i3-2328M CPU @ - 2.20GHz x 2 - Mem 3.7GiB - Monitor 1366x768
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Hi guys, sorry for the late reply!
Unfortunately is not my area of expertise, I just made the code platform-aware in order to support Linux and theoretically OSX.
However my personal experienc was only with an Ubuntu Virtual Machine that simply worked out of the box. I actually executed the exe with mono and it simply worked!

Perhaps some other linux user could enlighten us on the subject?
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Thanks for all your work. I've been using your GUI for a couple of years.
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I have this .mkv here that is crashing gMKVExtract. It seems to be related to this audio track which has a delay value of 10000 ms (10 sec). I can extract that same .mkv with MeGUI and tsMuxer. If I remuxe it with MKVToolNix with no delay it works. Is there any audio delay limit value? Otherwise, thanks for the GUI!!
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I have this .mkv here that is crashing gMKVExtract. It seems to be related to this audio track which has a delay value of 10000 ms (10 sec). I can extract that same .mkv with MeGUI and tsMuxer. If I remuxe it with MKVToolNix with no delay it works. Is there any audio delay limit value? Otherwise, thanks for the GUI!!
Hey there! Could you provide with the Log text when you experience this behaviour? Or could you send me a pm with a sample video to reproduce the error?
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Well, just mux any audio track with a 5 digit delay value and voilą, it will crash gMKVExtractGUI as soon as you drag & drop the resulting file in the gui.

I found out some other interesting weird stuff looking at this. Not related to gMKVExtractGUI but interesting.

See how MPC-HC starts messing up with how it displays the ac3 specs with a delay value higher than 7487.

No delay:
A: French [fre] (ac3, 48000 Hz, stereo, 192 kb/s)[default]




Delay value of 7487:
A: French [fre] (ac3, 48000 Hz, stereo, 192 kb/s)[default]




Delay value of 7488:
A: French [fre] (ac3, 48000 Hz, 2 channels)[default]


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Well, just mux any audio track with a 5 digit delay value and voilą, it will crash gMKVExtractGUI as soon as you drag & drop the resulting file in the gui.
Might be related to mkvmerge -J only outputting the minimum_timestamp if it's less than 10 seconds?
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I found out some other interesting weird stuff looking at this. Not related to gMKVExtractGUI but interesting.

See how MPC-HC starts messing up how it displays the ac3 specs with a delay value higher than 7487.
I guess there is a maximum probe size. It only analyzes the beginning of the file and if the first AC3 packet is not within the first N Bytes then it is not scanned.
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OK, that was a nasty one!

Indeed, like @sneaker_ger noticed, mkvmerge searches for delays of up to 10sec. However, gMKVExtractGUI being more tenacious, fires up mkvinfo and tries to search the delay the hard way. Then 2 bugs emerged:
1. The mkvinfo output string was changed and I never noticed it till now!
2. That part of the code tried to find delays for all tracks, while some of them could already be found from mkvmerge (<10sec delays).

Those bugs were fixed and pushed in trunk, new version will follow sometime soon.

Thanks @2-perf and @sneaker_ger for your valuable feedback!
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