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Old 11th March 2008, 19:30   #501  |  Link
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we want that ts/m2ts container support too by haali splitter, any chance?
You're asking this question in the wrong thread and to the wrong people. I don't think Haali is subscribed to this thread.
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Old 12th March 2008, 00:47   #502  |  Link
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Confirmed... Haali spits out all dts-hd info from a mkv.
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Old 12th March 2008, 17:34   #503  |  Link
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little request:

Would be nice if one could specify the 'assume framerate' for a video track via command line without the need to create a timecode file first.

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Old 12th March 2008, 18:02   #504  |  Link
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use this
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Old 13th March 2008, 13:25   #505  |  Link
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Old 13th March 2008, 23:41   #506  |  Link
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Suggested features for new builds:

1. Auto-set added tracks to selected language, if they have no language to begin with.

2. When warnings popup, please oh please make the dialogue have focus so I can just hit Enter rather than having to click to select the window first.

3. When adding both a video and audio track in one drag-and-drop operation, the app sets output type to MKS; why?

4. Option: set default framerate to user-defined value on tracks that would otherwise require it, rather than it always being auto-set to 25.

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Old 14th March 2008, 13:40   #507  |  Link
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this might be a stupid question considering that I have been using this tool for a long while now.

does it save to .mp4?
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Old 15th March 2008, 09:11   #508  |  Link
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does it save to .mp4?
no... it's MKVtoolnix

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Old 15th March 2008, 12:46   #509  |  Link
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^ thanks. i thought so. its just someone was telling me otherwise.
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you can use YAMB, not full featured as mkvtoolnix but quite friendly

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Old 16th March 2008, 22:34   #511  |  Link
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The docs use unicode minus (&minus == 0x2212) and the cmdl parser don't understand it. You can't copy/paste a switch from browser to shell and the browser search fails.

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Old 17th March 2008, 15:49   #512  |  Link
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The docs use unicode minus (&minus == 0x2212) and the cmdl parser don't understand it. You can't copy/paste a switch from browser to shell and the browser search fails.
True. Wasn't my decision, though... groff does it by itself (for those who don't know what groff is: it's a program for turning Unix manual pages into other data, e.g. HTML).

I've fixed the HTML docs by replacing − with a normal "-" instead:

http://www.bunkus.org/videotools/mkv...20080317-1.rar

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Old 17th March 2008, 16:14   #513  |  Link
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Thanks for fixing it mosu, I'll update StaxRip to use this build (I host all apps myself now).
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Old 22nd March 2008, 06:29   #514  |  Link
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it would be handy if mkvextract would demux everything in case the only argument is a mkv file.
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Old 3rd April 2008, 00:27   #515  |  Link
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mkv noob here...

I was experimenting with mkvmerge and mkvextract gui's and have a couple questions.

1) When I mux Xvid (from avi file) into mkv, I can optionally choose a "FourCC". It seems as though whether I leave the option alone (blank) or explicitly choose 'XVID', mkvextractgui reports the resulting stream in the mkv file as "(V_MS/VFW/FOURCC,XVID)".

The little bit of reading I've done about mkv 'codec ids' would lead me to believe that this is what is referred to as 'avi compatibility mode'. I am ALSO under the impression that there is a NON-'avi compatible' way / format / id / ??? to include 'MPEG4-ASP' video (such as, for example, Xvid) into the file.

How?

2) When I originally muxed my audio and video into the mkv, I specified the audio delay. When I extract the streams back out to files, I can't seem to find the original delay value anywhere (which I would need for a later re-mux).

Is it lost in the process?

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2) When I originally muxed my audio and video into the mkv, I specified the audio delay. When I extract the streams back out to files, I can't seem to find the original delay value anywhere (which I would need for a later re-mux).

Is it lost in the process?
No, it's zeropadded or cutted when you mux it. So, when you demux it it's still in sync ...
Try it with a small sample ...
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In case anybody is interested, StaxRip demuxes now all streams from mkv using mkvextract: http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...19#post1121319
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I am ALSO under the impression that there is a NON-'avi compatible' way / format / id / ??? to include 'MPEG4-ASP' video (such as, for example, Xvid) into the file.
Use Xvid_Encraw and don't output to AVI. This will produce a "native" MPEG-4 stream with a codec ID of iirc MPEG4/ISO/ASP.
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The little bit of reading I've done about mkv 'codec ids' would lead me to believe that this is what is referred to as 'avi compatibility mode'. I am ALSO under the impression that there is a NON-'avi compatible' way / format / id / ??? to include 'MPEG4-ASP' video (such as, for example, Xvid) into the file.

How?
There is the --engage native_mpeg4 switch but I wouldn't recommend to use it. Last time I tested it the resulting files weren't playing correctly.
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Old 5th April 2008, 06:14   #520  |  Link
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Thanks for the answers.
encraw isn't an option at the moment.
Is there a way to, uh, invoke the --engage via mmg?

fyi - I sort of found a way; avidemux will read avi and write mkv, with the xvid tagged as mpeg4/iso/asp. Unfortunately, I ran into a 'large file' issue with that approach.

For now I'm just leaving it as vfw/fourcc, as both xbox/xbmc and AppleTV/Perrian seem willing to accept the file this way.
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