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Main version 2.6 / Re: strong-intra-smoothing in x265
« Last post by jamesp26 on October 19, 2017, 09:49:00 PM »
Many thanks. Away on hols for a few days and will try out when i am back
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You've lost me here. Did this nightly fix the crash for you?
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Windows / Re: Is it possible to customize the navigation panel?
« Last post by eumagga0x2a on October 19, 2017, 06:57:46 PM »
In my case, avidemux 2.7 ctrl + page up or down is to set A and B, instead of going forward 1 minute.

Oops, my error. "Ctrl+Up/Down" seeks 1 minute forwards or backwards, depending on the setting "Reverse UP and DOWN arrow keys for navigation" in "Edit" --> "Preferences" --> "User Interface".

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How can I configure it? Maybe I will chose like 5 frames and I will have a very complete range of buttons.

The actions performed by buttons are hardcoded. You would need to modify the source code and rebuild Avidemux to have it to your liking.
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Das sollte im Prinzip gehen – die erste Datei kompatibel zur zweiten neu zu kodieren. Als Codec "Mpeg4 AVC (x264)") wählen, Einstellungen:

Profil: high
IDC Level: 4
Größe des Referenzbildpuffers (DPD) (auf der Registerkarte "Bild"): 4

Audio-Codec: AAC (lav)
Audio-Filter: Abtastrate (Hz): 48000

Wenn es auch danach nicht gelingt, beide Dateien ohne Neukodierung auch der zweiten Datei zu verbinden, kann ich nicht weiter helfen.
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Windows / Re: Is it possible to customize the navigation panel?
« Last post by arnoldpredator on October 19, 2017, 06:27:56 PM »
Shift+Right: seek 1 second forwards

Ctrl+Right: seek 2 seconds forwards

Ctrl+Shift+Right: seek 4 seconds forwards

The same with Left for seeking backwards.

Ctrl+PageUp/PageDown: seek 1 minute forwards or backwards (configurable)

Strg+T allows to enter the time you would like to seek to directly.

That is so useful, thanks.

I have some questions:

In my case, avidemux 2.7 ctrl + page up or down is to set A and B, instead of going forward 1 minute.

And another question, How can I configure it? Maybe I will chose like 5 frames and I will have a very complete range of buttons.
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Windows / Re: Is it possible to customize the navigation panel?
« Last post by eumagga0x2a on October 19, 2017, 06:21:02 PM »
Shift+Right: seek 1 second forwards

Ctrl+Right: seek 2 seconds forwards

Ctrl+Shift+Right: seek 4 seconds forwards

The same with Left for seeking backwards.

Ctrl+PageUp/PageDown: seek 1 minute forwards or backwards (configurable)

Strg+T allows to enter the time you would like to seek to directly.
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Windows / Is it possible to customize the navigation panel?
« Last post by arnoldpredator on October 19, 2017, 06:03:53 PM »
Hi folks,

In my personal case going forward just 1 frame, going forward to the next keyframe and to the next black frame is not very useful. I find it a bit difficult to navigate, I would like to change that maybe to fixed temporal times like 1 second, 5 seconds or 20 seconds.


Is there any possibility of doing that?

Maybe if when I click continuously on the "forward next frame" would be faster, that would be great too. Now it is too  slow.

Thanks!
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Main version 2.6 / Re: strong-intra-smoothing in x265
« Last post by eumagga0x2a on October 19, 2017, 03:24:26 PM »
Done, a checkbox added to the "Analysis" tab below noise reduction spinboxes.

To use it, pull the latest Avidemux code from git and build it. You must remove all other installed Avidemux versions beforehand.
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Main version 2.6 / Re: AviDemux cannot handle MP4 files with LPCM audio
« Last post by xtro on October 19, 2017, 01:27:02 PM »
Perhaps it is due to how the audio is resampled or decoded. A common problem using cam as source,  and perhaps a frames per second issue due to whatever speed the video plays at causing decoding issues in avidemux eg 29.9 NTSC fps? I would extract the raw audio and convert to your preferred audio output using any free audio converter out there, then remux it back into your source mp4 video. Have a look at the synch, but don't worry if it is out of synch too much.

 Later run it through avi demux(keeping the same video speed!) but just copying the 'fixed' audio to edit your video or whatever you intended to get good synch as it recodes anew.  If not recode both the video and this new audio(not copy) together at your preferred bitrates and with a view to recoding the video and its audio to 23.96fps if it isn't already and doing a 3:2 pulldown if necessary?
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Main version 2.6 / strong-intra-smoothing in x265
« Last post by jamesp26 on October 18, 2017, 09:32:31 PM »
Hi,

I've started experimenting with x265. Using ffmpeg i can set strong-intra-smoothing=0 as an additional parameter which helps quality quite a lot. I can't see anywhere to set this in avidemux 2.7. However, would rather use avidemux as its lovely to cut the video before encoding (especially when encoding is running a 5fps!)

I'm using Ubuntu 17.10.  Any ideas.
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