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Old 14th November 2022, 07:49   #1781  |  Link
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Thank you for the new release, as always.
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Old 14th November 2022, 21:28   #1782  |  Link
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Job Output missing "new line" character(s)

Often, I copy & paste the MKVToolNix output (from "Job Output") into a text/log file (on a Windows machine). The output has always maintained the line breaks when pasted in the past, but it is not doing that with v72.0.0. When I paste now, all of the lines are concatenated into a single line. I thought that maybe either the CR or LF was dropped, but I tried saving as text files with UNIX (LF) and MAC (CR) line terminators, as well, and experienced the same (output all in single line).

Was this an intentional change in v72.0.0? I didn't see anything in the release notes, but perhaps I overlooked something.
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I definitely didn't change anything there, and most certainly this isn't intentional. I can reproduce it on my end. My guess is that this is due to Qt which was updated to v6.4.0 with MKVToolNix v72.

I suggest you don't copy-paste, but instead use the "Save output" function from the "More actions" button.

Edit: looks like QTBUG-107004.
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Old 15th November 2022, 02:05   #1784  |  Link
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@ Peter_A

Or you can use an alternative build compiled using Qt5.7 from here:
https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/...e3#post2672418

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I suggest you don't copy-paste, but instead use the "Save output" function from the "More actions" button.

Edit: looks like QTBUG-107004.
Thanks, but that doesn't even totally work as I'd expect. If I mux and then clear the output, it removes the output from the window. If I mux again, the new output shows in the window, but if I then save the output (as you suggest), the file contains the output from both muxes. It seems to keep everything since the program was last closed. Why does it not just save what's currently in the window (what I'd assume would be the desired behavior)?
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OK, this is a bit complicated.

The one "job output" tab that's always visible does indeed collect the logs of all jobs. The output isn't just saved from the "output" text field to a file as there are three text fields: "output", "warnings", "errors". What's saved is the internal representation of the output as it is produced by mkvmerge — meaning warnings & error messages are interleaved with regular output, preserving the order in which the messages arrive.

That being said, clearing the output on the "job output" tab should also clear its internal representation, which it doesn't seem to do — hence you seeing the output of all jobs in the saved file. I'll look into that.

As yet another workaround you can go to the "job queue" tool & right-click on the job whose output you want to save. Select "View output" from the context menu. This will open a separate tab in the "job output" tool, and from there you can save it.
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Thanks for continuous upgrades! I actually had some cases where the GUI Header Editor messed up the header slightly in v70. Nothing that couldn’t be fixed by doing a fresh remux, though. Will check if this is better now with v72.
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Hi! Is it possible to use your program to create a Blu-Ray Remux with the addition of your own audio track? There are folders (BDMV, CERTIFICATE) extracted using the MakeMKV program. What to do next? Could you give a brief instruction? Thanks
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How feasible is this via scripting?

1. Scan all MKVs and remove all audio tracks with the words "audio commentary"
2. Retain file accessed/modified dates

And would this require re-muxing?

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Not that hard at all with proper scripting languages (can even be done with bash, but it's a bit harder).

Removing whole tracks always requires full remuxes.
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Hi! Is it possible to use your program to create a Blu-Ray Remux with the addition of your own audio track? There are folders (BDMV, CERTIFICATE) extracted using the MakeMKV program. What to do next? Could you give a brief instruction? Thanks
Hi Kairys
and welcome to Doom9.

Simple drag&drop the index.bdmv file into a Muxing-Tab in MKVToolNix(MTX).

MTX scans this file and presents a selection form with all the content of this disc (except: Angles of titles).
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