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Old 24th February 2006, 21:39   #81  |  Link
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0.7.1.1 works fine in some place, but not others, using the same code. It's wierd.
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Old 24th February 2006, 22:13   #82  |  Link
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I'm testing the last version with my Delphi tool and it works fine...pb with the Handle maybe.
Ok... i'll continu to take a look and i'll ask sirber to do some test... maybe it's a p4 problem :P

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Old 24th February 2006, 22:20   #83  |  Link
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We'll use the 0.7.1.0-dev (pre 0.7.1.1, post 0.7.1.0) if we get no news from Zetriman.
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Old 25th February 2006, 11:37   #84  |  Link
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Sorry, I will not have time to work on it this Week-end.
This is not normal, I have not change a lot ot things (maiunly changed of compiler : Boraland to Microsoft)
And I will need more info, let's see you on IM...
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I get a lot of Access Violation uising MediaInfo 0.7.2.0 on MKV. Contact me for more infos.
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Procedure:

1) Get reaanime 4.1.0
2) Drag the MKV I sent you
3) Start encode
4) While Analyzing, right click the file and press Info.
--> Access Violation

Kill RealAnime4.exe or else you'll be stuck in a crash loop.
Now retry with the AVI I sent you. After #4, we see the info as it should be.

Verdict: death errr MKV is borked

I tryed with 0.7.1.0, same problem.
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AVI and MP4 are #1.
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Old 29th March 2006, 01:06   #88  |  Link
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using:

MediaInfo_Close(handle);
MediaInfo_Delete(handle);

Maybe the AV is on my side (the one I talked to you about eariler), since this one tells explicitly it's MediaInfo.
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Old 29th March 2006, 01:09   #89  |  Link
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Here's the screenshot of previous RA AccessViolation:



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I get the popup (MediaInfo.dll) using the MKV I sent ya, but not my AVI test, by just asking "Info" on it.
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Old 29th March 2006, 07:29   #91  |  Link
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I have not the time to work on MediaInfo DLL now, you will have to waite some days/weeks...
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Sirber : could you put online your mkv which fails with this library ? I would like to check something. Thanks..
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At the moment mkvmerge does not support converting from VfW-mode AVC/h.264 tracks to native Matroska-mode AVC/h.264 tracks. You can, however, first import the video track into a MP4 file with e.g. 'MP4Box' (use Google). Then you can use mkvmerge and put the video into a Matroska file.

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Thank you for a great piece of software. I use it all the time!
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I used Belight to convert a wav file to aac
I uses Winamp-encoder . AVIcodec says source file has 44khz samplerate . MediaInfo always says that destination file has 22khz samplerate after I try to convert this file with many samplerate. AVIcodec and Gspot isn't also stable
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MediaInfo always says that destination file has 22khz samplerate after I try to convert this file with many samplerate.
I am interested in all files which have a problem with MediaInfo.
Please send me axample files with different bitrates at zen@mediaarea.net
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matroska people have added a link to Mediainfo on their download page : http://www.matroska.org/downloads/windows.html

Looks like they are happy about the great MKV support in your app, Zenitram
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I am interested in all files which have a problem with MediaInfo.
Please send me axample files with different bitrates at zen@mediaarea.net
Thank for interesting my problem !
My wav file is made by Virtualdub . Perhaps AVIcodec only say right if file isn't AAC, MP4
You can download Belight , AVIcodec and do some transcoding .
Sometimes AVIcodec and Gspot say right but MediaInfo isn't . Media Classic Player seem to say right but I still know it actually . I will post more information at next post
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You can download Belight , AVIcodec and do some transcoding .
I already do a lot of transcoding, but never the one you do.
This is why I am interested in your files, to have not "common" (from my point of view) files.
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You should update first post for 0.7
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