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Old 18th June 2024, 18:31   #921  |  Link
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Hi there
little bug repport
the scrpits fails if the filename contains the letter &
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Old 22nd June 2024, 06:24   #922  |  Link
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Hi, has this been abandoned? no new release for 5 months. seems like it is..
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Old 25th June 2024, 16:22   #923  |  Link
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Nothing to change (no bugs kwown).

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the scrpits fails if the filename contains the letter &
the letter "&" is a command in batch. you must rename this file.
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Old 30th June 2024, 05:33   #924  |  Link
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Nothing to change (no bugs kwown).



the letter "&" is a command in batch. you must rename this file.
How exactly can I set it to mux into an mkv stream? I usually take the Dolby Vision rpu from the web release and combine it with the video from the 4k Blu-ray, but now everything has changed. do I still use demuxer to get the rpu? do I still use the injector to make my mkv? or do I use hybrid? and where the hell is the mux into mkv option?

wow! Nobody can answer this??

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Old 10th July 2024, 19:00   #925  |  Link
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How exactly can I set it to mux into an mkv stream? I usually take the Dolby Vision rpu from the web release and combine it with the video from the 4k Blu-ray, but now everything has changed. do I still use demuxer to get the rpu? do I still use the injector to make my mkv? or do I use hybrid? and where the hell is the mux into mkv option?

wow! Nobody can answer this??
Most of us now use the hybrid script with its drag'n'drop method. You can still do it manually via the demuxer. For the mux into mkv option, you need to edit the injector script and set the variable MUXINMKV to YES.

Explained here: https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.p...44#post1997844
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Old 11th July 2024, 00:26   #926  |  Link
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Most of us now use the hybrid script with its drag'n'drop method. You can still do it manually via the demuxer. For the mux into mkv option, you need to edit the injector script and set the variable MUXINMKV to YES.

Explained here: https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.p...44#post1997844
I still don't know where or how to edit the injector script. What is the script file called exactly? I looked and I don't see anything named injector.

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Old 12th July 2024, 18:40   #927  |  Link
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I still don't know where or how to edit the injector script. What is the script file called exactly? I looked and I don't see anything named injector.
The file you need to edit is called DDVT_INJECTOR.cmd which will reside wherever you extracted the DDVT rar file to. You can edit it in Notepad on Windows.
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