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Old 14th January 2007, 00:43   #501  |  Link
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1.4.4 released. Fixes problem where DivX subtitles were broken after being run through MPEG4 Modifier, added *.divx extension to the file dialogs, and provides a default filename when saving (same as the source filename).
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1.4.4 released.
Encountered INVALID VOL on an encode of mine with this (Xvid_cvs_head_2006_11_02, virtualdub 1.7.0 (build 25854), ac3 6ch audio, muxed with Virtualdubmod 1.5.10.2 (build 2542).

I see INVALID VOL was supposed to be fixed in one of the previous releases.

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Old 14th January 2007, 03:23   #503  |  Link
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@GrofLuigi: I think it was a compiler problem with XviD, I just came across a discussion about it. If you feel like uploading a sample that demonstrates this problem I will take a look at it anyway.
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Old 14th January 2007, 14:23   #504  |  Link
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1.4.4 released. Fixes problem where DivX subtitles were broken after being run through MPEG4 Modifier, added *.divx extension to the file dialogs, and provides a default filename when saving (same as the source filename).
Hi Moitah,

Any thoughts about starting a brand new thread about MPEG4 Modifier v1.4.4 within the "New and alternative video codecs" section of the forum?


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Old 14th January 2007, 20:12   #505  |  Link
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I'm fine with this thread, but if a moderator wants to move it that's fine too.
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Old 14th January 2007, 23:06   #506  |  Link
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but it would be good to change topic to be more acurate like: "MPEG4 Modifier v1.4.4 Released (Updated 2007-Jan-14)"
anyway thx for great tool
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Old 15th January 2007, 03:15   #507  |  Link
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Hello Moitah, thanks very much for your work...

Sory for my english...

Its posible add a "Unpack Dir" option to MPEG4 Modifier like a mod version of your software?



Thanks for your time!
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Old 15th January 2007, 07:15   #508  |  Link
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Why not use one of the GUIs plus the CLI Version? That should do the job.
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Old 15th January 2007, 12:09   #509  |  Link
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@GrofLuigi: I think it was a compiler problem with XviD, I just came across a discussion about it. If you feel like uploading a sample that demonstrates this problem I will take a look at it anyway.
It's not a big deal for me (and I don't understand much in that thread ) , but if you want to check, here it is: sample.avi

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Why not use one of the GUIs plus the CLI Version? That should do the job.
Are there other GUIs besides the one from here http://www.burrrn.net/?page_id=6 ?
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Old 16th January 2007, 12:57   #511  |  Link
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Moitah, could you add an option for inplace patching of an avi, without the need to create a new file?

Thanks for the tool. :)
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Moitah, could you add an option for inplace patching of an avi, without the need to create a new file?
Interesting....

Are you (or anybody else) having issues with MPEG4 Modifier re-muxing files to AVI 2.0 compliance?


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Interesting....

Are you (or anybody else) having issues with MPEG4 Modifier re-muxing files to AVI 2.0 compliance?


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i guess it would be a lot quicker and no need for extra space?!
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Old 17th January 2007, 07:47   #514  |  Link
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@GrofLuigi: Thanks for uploading the sample. Yeah, something was messed up with that XviD build I think, there's an extra byte tagged onto the end of the VOL, same thing with the user data. If you need to use this file in MPEG4 Modifier I can make a build that ignores this problem.

@shae: It's only possible to work in-place for a few situations, such as changing between one of the preset PARs (but not changing from custom PAR to one of the preset PARs, for example) or changing the interlaced field order. Usually, and this includes removing/adding packed bitstream, it's necessary to rewrite the file.

@cainxxx: It would be nice, I guess I haven't done it yet because I'd rather not do something at all than to do it sloppy. If you look in the thread for the command line version, theres a .bat file for batch unpacking.
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[QUOTE=Moitah;938227]@GrofLuigi: Thanks for uploading the sample. Yeah, something was messed up with that XviD build I think, there's an extra byte tagged onto the end of the VOL, same thing with the user data. If you need to use this file in MPEG4 Modifier I can make a build that ignores this problem.

It' not necessary, this was all testing (both the encode and your program).

I already changed the XviD build.

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Can someone tell me does this remove QPEL and GMC from a file without reencoding?
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@Freakazoidalmaniac: No, it does not.
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Are you (or anybody else) having issues with MPEG4 Modifier re-muxing files to AVI 2.0 compliance?
If an AVI works fine, and I only want to tweak options like preset PARs, I'd rather have the least amount of changes to the file. It's faster, requires less space, and has less potential for destructive behavior (i.e., bugs in rebuilding). (Aren't all AVIs nowadays OpenDML?)

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Can someone tell me does this remove QPEL and GMC from a file without reencoding?
This is probably impossible as these options alter the encoding process.
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Old 22nd January 2007, 00:39   #519  |  Link
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does anyone have a version like this that would allow us to change the User Data / Metadata of MPG2 files?
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Therer are several tools for this, what exactly do you need to change? AR or Average Bitrate, Res, etc is possible afaik. Try "restream"
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