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Old 28th January 2016, 21:52   #1501  |  Link
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The MSVC2015 MediaInfoLib.sln references the MSVC2013 ZenLib project. Maybe that causes your problem.

Also don't forget to adjust the platform toolset option if you want XP compatibility.
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Old 28th January 2016, 23:13   #1502  |  Link
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The MSVC2015 MediaInfoLib.sln references the MSVC2013 ZenLib project. Maybe that causes your problem.
I cloned from the Git "All Inclusive" repo, which currently doesn't include MSVC2015 solution/project files. The problem showed up using the MSVC2013 solution.

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Also don't forget to adjust the platform toolset option if you want XP compatibility.
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Old 29th January 2016, 01:16   #1503  |  Link
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Argh, the script uses an old version of zlib package.
I'll update it soon.
New zlib package with VS2015 project (in /contrib/vstudio/vc14) is at https://github.com/MediaArea/zlib
New "All Inclusive" Git repo is at https://github.com/MediaArea/MediaInfo-AllInOne
You're on github now! Awesome! I still had the old SVN base, and keeping a local copy of all those branches was pretty ugly. Getting the new repo now!
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Old 29th January 2016, 19:11   #1504  |  Link
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Thanks, I have now cloned the "All Inclusive" Git repo. VS2013 solution now contains "zlibstat" project, but VS2012 still contains the missing "zlib". VS2015 solution doesn't seem to exist in Git at all.

However I now stumbled upon a new strange issue, with the "ZenLib" project:

If I change any properties of the "ZenLib" project, then those changes do not apply to the .cpp files contained in the "ZenLib" project! For example, if I change "Enable Enhanced Instruction Set" from "Streaming SIMD Extension" to "No Enhanced Instructions" in the project properties, then the "Enable Enhanced Instruction Set" for the individual .cpp files still remains at "Streaming SIMD Extension". Very dangerous, because that is easy to miss! The strange thing is, that the "Enable Enhanced Instruction Set" property for the .cpp files are not showing in bold, so Visual Studio seems to believe it is inheriting these settings from the project properties. But it is very wrong! How is that even possible? Any clue what's up?

There appears to be no such problem with the "MediaInfoCLI" and "MeidaInfoLib" projects, as far as I can tell. But I'll have to do some more checks...

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Side note: The pre-processor definitions for MediaInfoLib's "Release/Win32" and "Release/x64" configurations differ as follows, is that intentional?

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Win32: WIN32;NDEBUG;MEDIAINFO_DVDIF_ANALYZE_NO;MEDIAINFO_MPEGTS_DUPLICATE_NO;MEDIAINFO_TRACE_NOx;MEDIAINFO_LIBMMS_NO;MEDIAINFO_LIBCURL_DLL_RUNTIME;%(PreprocessorDefinitions)
x64:   WIN32;NDEBUG;MEDIAINFO_ADVANCED2;%(PreprocessorDefinitions)
Okay, my bad. If forgot to update all sub-modules after cloning the "All Inclusive" repo - which apparently is required.

Now I have the MSVC2015 solutions/projects. Also the problem with "ZenLib" seems to be fixed for whatever reason. But now "zlibstat" has the problem that "ZenLib" had previously (project settings don't effect the .cpp files in that project)

Something really is not kosher with those solution/project files...
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Old 30th January 2016, 10:57   #1505  |  Link
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Code:
General
Complete name                            : G:\XTC.mp4
Format                                   : MPEG-4
Format profile                           : Base Media
Codec ID                                 : isom (isom)
File size                                : 7.78 MiB
Duration                                 : 4mn 13s
Overall bit rate mode                    : Variable

Audio
ID                                       : 2
Format                                   : AAC
Format/Info                              : Advanced Audio Codec
Format profile                           : LC
Codec ID                                 : 40
Duration                                 : 4mn 13s
Bit rate mode                            : Variable
Bit rate                                 : 254 Kbps
Nominal bit rate                         : 96 bps
Maximum bit rate                         : 265 Kbps
Channel(s)                               : 2 channels
Channel positions                        : Front: L R
Sampling rate                            : 44.1 KHz
Frame rate                               : 43.066 fps (1024 spf)
Erm, 43 FPS for an audio only file ? WTH ?
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Old 30th January 2016, 18:31   #1506  |  Link
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Thanks, I have now cloned the "All Inclusive" Git repo. VS2013 solution now contains "zlibstat" project, but VS2012 still contains the missing "zlib". VS2015 solution doesn't seem to exist in Git at all.
OK, bugs...
VS2012 will be abandonned soon but I'll try to give it a try with a merge of old zlib package with the new one.
for VS2015 it should be OK, at lest with a git submodule update --remote

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However I now stumbled upon a new strange issue, with the "ZenLib" project:

If I change any properties of the "ZenLib" project, then those changes do not apply to the .cpp files contained in the "ZenLib" project!
Weird and not expected because I set "no instruction" in my release on purpose.
the project file is very light, I don't expect that.
Anyway, I see a lot of discrependencies in the projects so I may do another pass soon in order to have something more homogeneous.

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Side note: The pre-processor definitions for MediaInfoLib's "Release/Win32" and "Release/x64" configurations differ as follows, is that intentional?
Not intended. definitely need to sleep more
I'll review that too when I am back at home (I am currently at FOSDEM ;-) )
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Old 31st January 2016, 16:45   #1507  |  Link
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Weird and not expected because I set "no instruction" in my release on purpose.
the project file is very light, I don't expect that.
Anyway, I see a lot of discrependencies in the projects so I may do another pass soon in order to have something more homogeneous.

Not intended. definitely need to sleep more
I'll review that too when I am back at home (I am currently at FOSDEM ;-) )
Thanks for looking into this!

(BTW: I know about the sleep problem at this kind of events. Didn't really sleep for ~4 days at recent 32C3 )
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Hi,
I'm searching how to list chapters timecode and name with MediaInfo.dll (and displays it like MediaInfo GUI) from MKV file ? I'm using Delphi XE2, the DLL is working fine but I can't find how to list it.
Thank you !

Edit : It's OK, I've found the solution :
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FirstChap:=StrToInt(MediaInfo_Get(Handle, Stream_Menu, 0, 'Chapters_Pos_Begin', Info_Text, Info_Name));
LastChap:=StrToInt(MediaInfo_Get(Handle, Stream_Menu, 0, 'Chapters_Pos_End', Info_Text, Info_Name));

for i:=FirstChap to LastChap-1 do
begin
Chapter:=MediaInfo_GetI(Handle, Stream_Menu, 0, i, Info_Name)+' '+MediaInfo_GetI(Handle, Stream_Menu, 0, i, Info_Text);
Memo1.Lines.Add(Chapter);
end;

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Old 2nd March 2016, 08:24   #1509  |  Link
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Explorer tooltip is not showing up in windows 10 pro (64 bit). I already enabled Explorer Tooltip in mediainfo's preferences window. Whenever I mouse over a media file (.avi,.mp4,.mp3,etc.) , only the default explorer information is displayed (size,length, and availability). This is is a new computer with windows 10 already installed, which I bought last month, and I'm using the latest 64 bit mediainfo 0.7.83.

Strangely, the explorer tooltip shows up normally in my old computer which runs windows 7 ultimate (64 bit).

Anyone else have problems with mediainfo's explorer tooltip not showing up in windows 10?
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Old 7th March 2016, 05:28   #1510  |  Link
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Reporting a regression after version 0.7.81

With the Explorer tool tips turned on MediaInfo crashes Explorer when I mouse over an MP3 which has a cover included.

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Vollständiger Name : H:\Patrice Rushen - Best Of\22 Watch Out.mp3
Format : MPEG Audio
Dateigröße : 7,47 MiB
Dauer : 5min 25s
Modus der Gesamtbitrate : konstant
Gesamte Bitrate : 192 Kbps
Album : Haven't You Heard: Best of
Album/Künstler : Patrice Rushen
Track-Name : Watch Out
Track-Name/Position : 14
Künstler : Patrice Rushen
Genre : Soul
Cover : Yes
Cover-Typ : Cover (front)
Cover-MIME : image/jpeg

File type : audio/mp3

After removing the cover information with a tag editor the crashes are gone. This issue started with version 0.7.82



My setup:

WinXP SP3 32bit
MediaInfo GUI version 0.7.70 (the last one with working tool tips)
MediaInfo.dll taken from later versions and renamed accordingly.



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Old 31st March 2016, 16:23   #1511  |  Link
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The latest version 0.7.84 does crash under WinXP (non-SSE2 CPU) again...

It seems to be the DLL, not the GUI


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The latest version 0.7.84 does crash under WinXP (non-SSE2 CPU) again...
Argh.
Please test again (same link or this link for avoiding potential file caching issue)
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Old 31st March 2016, 21:27   #1513  |  Link
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Sorry, no luck. Still getting this:



I did use the NoSSE.exe from your link. After testing and uninstalling it I also found that the tool tips from my previous installation were gone. Had to fix it by removing all MediaInfo Shell Extension entries from the Registry...


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Old 1st April 2016, 16:36   #1514  |  Link
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Probably a dependency issue.

The project files should use RuntimeLibrary = MultiThreaded instead of MultiThreadedDLL to get a proper static build.
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A dependency issue wouldn't give you STATUS_ILLEGAL_INSTRUCTION (0xC000001D) error code though.

Looks more like something didn't get re-compiled with /arch:SSE, but still used SSE2 (default) or even higher. I had some strange issued with MediaInfo project/solution files before!

(Sometimes settings you set for the project simply won't apply properly to individual files in that project, for whatever reason!)
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Looks more like something didn't get re-compiled with /arch:SSE, but still used SSE2 (default) or even higher. I had some strange issued with MediaInfo project/solution files before!
I'll apply again the settings tomorrow and we check again.
This time, it will be in the Git repository so we don't hear of this issue anymore.
(/MT will be not because default config used by other developers is /MD so I have /MD by default now, but I apply a patch for having /MT before I build, and as LoRd_MuldeR said this is not the source of the issue here).
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There is a tool in StaxRip to show MediaInfo for all files in a folder including sub folders, it was a little bit improved in the last test build.

http://oi67.tinypic.com/10hlpc6.jpg

https://github.com/stax76/staxrip/wiki/Test-Build
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After testing and uninstalling it I also found that the tool tips from my previous installation were gone. Had to fix it by removing all MediaInfo Shell Extension entries from the Registry...
Allways lot of delay...
I run automatic scripts now, instead of manual (and always buggy) processing of the release in order to distribute a version compatible with WinXP (I don't want to put it by default in the repo), please test again, both non-SSE and tooltip.
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WinXP SP3 32bit
MediaInfo GUI version 0.7.70 (the last one with working tool tips)
MediaInfo.dll taken from later versions and renamed accordingly
I tested MediaInfo 0.7.85 on a clean install of WinXP SP3 32-bit (in a VM, but should be same), and I have the tooltip. So I can not reproduce this issue.
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Explorer tooltip is not showing up in windows 10 pro (64 bit).
I got the same issue during testing after installation of 0.7.85, I uncheck the box, OK, reopen the preference windows, check the option, OK, Win+E (this part is not my fault, the explorer is not dynamicly updated), and it was working.
I don't know yet the reason it is failing the first time, but doing this methd is the current work around.
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