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Main version 2.6 / Re: get_folder_content bug in file name
« Last post by grmmx on Today at 02:32:23 AM »
Avidemux v2.7.5 Release, Windows 10

Source code "":
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ui = Gui();
adm = Avidemux();
inputFolder = "z:/Folder[äÜö]";
fileList = get_folder_content(inputFolder, "mp4");
if (fileList is None):
for file in fileList:
ui.displayInfo("Info", "file: " + file);
if (0 == adm.loadVideo(file)):

The folder "Folder[äÜö]" contains a file "fileName[äÜö].mp4"

displayInfo displays a message:
"file: z:/Folder[äÜö]/fileName[���].mp4"

After that, "adm.loadVideo" throws a TinyPy:Exception.
Enhancing the FFmpeg VAAPI video encoder plugin is definitely on my wish list, but not a priority.

I would volunteer to play the testbench

Thanks, I have a testbench sitting on the desk 30 cm away from the keyboard I'm typing on, so this is not a problem.

but I´m afraid I cannot change the code...

This was exactly how I thought about Avidemux three years ago, starting with zero coding knowledge.
Avidemux-French / Re: Ajout Textes
« Last post by eumagga0x2a on Today at 12:32:48 AM »
Le dernier. Veuillez utiliser Aegisub à cet effet svp.
Avidemux-French / Ajout Textes
« Last post by joe.satriani on December 11, 2019, 12:44:50 PM »
est-il possible d'ajouter "simplement" des Textes (en début de séquence, ou pendant la lecture de la vidéo) avec AVIDEMUX ?
Ou faut-il nécessairement utiliser les filtres ASS/SSA ?
Main version 2.6 / Re: get_folder_content bug in file name
« Last post by eumagga0x2a on December 11, 2019, 10:02:07 AM »
With the latest VC++ nightly, I get umlauts in the folder name mangled while the filename is displayed correctly. VC++-only, MinGW builds are not affected.

All that with a .py file as input, the shell in Avidemux seems to be completely unable to pass non-ASCII characters to the script engine.
Main version 2.6 / get_folder_content bug in file name
« Last post by grmmx on December 11, 2019, 04:55:34 AM »
Avidemux v2.7.5 Release

The get_folder_content function has a character encoding bug when working with file names.

For example:

The folder "Folder[äÜö]" contains a file "fileName[äÜö].avi"

inputFolder = "z:/Folder[äÜö]";
fileList = get_folder_content(inputFolder, "avi");

In fileList:

All non-ASCII characters in a file names are replaced with "?". A path name remains normal.
I´m running version 2.7.4 Linux 64bit, and I have a Haswell platform running. When using the intel H264 encoder (which is the ffmpeg vaapi HW encoder) I can open a config dialog, however, very limited options only.
No rate control, lookahead, etc. that one can select here. Disappointing, as my platform is compatible to use the Intel HW encoding (and yes I know it´s not of the same quality as SW encoding, but very fast and CPU friendly).
Are there any plans to add the options that are available just as you would encode at the terminal ?

I would volunteer to play the testbench, but I´m afraid I cannot change the code...
Main version 2.6 / Re: Help: .ts file converted to .mp4 is too big
« Last post by eumagga0x2a on December 10, 2019, 07:17:05 AM »
For starters, please load the source .ts file into Avidemux, hit Alt+Enter --> press the "copy to clipboard" button and paste the info into your reply.
Main version 2.6 / Re: Help: .ts file converted to .mp4 is too big
« Last post by 191209 on December 10, 2019, 04:10:14 AM »
What codec was used for video in the source MPEG Transport Stream (.ts) file? Why did you choose to re-encode using an obsolete xvid codec?
Sorry but I’m unfortunately not familiar with any of those  terms. I only downloaded avidemux because there was no .mp4 version of the file I wanted to download and it was the only free program that worked for me. How do I figure out the specifications that you want to know? I just want the converted file to be less large.
Was "Öffnen mit"-Eintrag für Avidemux angeht, hat der User "Urik" einige cmd.exe-Skripte geschrieben, sieh,18954.0.html
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