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Should be fixed by [x264] Try to enforce IDC level conformance, code stolen from Handbrake. Please verify with a future nightly.
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Windows / Re: windows v2.7.5 tinypy - muxer cannot open
« Last post by eumagga0x2a on October 17, 2019, 11:14:20 AM »
You should browse posts by the user "dosdan" here.

A brief internet search points to https://superuser.com/questions/1120795/how-to-batch-remove-a-duplicate-file-extension-in-os as a possible solution.
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Windows / Re: windows v2.7.5 tinypy - muxer cannot open
« Last post by leedog99 on October 17, 2019, 10:34:21 AM »
I have searched for hours, no luck. Any suggestion on how to remove the .MKV from the file name so the saved name is clean?
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Main version 2.6 / Re: Number of x264 reference frames beyond H.264 level setting
« Last post by eumagga0x2a on October 17, 2019, 12:34:14 AM »
No estimate possible. Generally, if you need a feature, the best way to make it happen is writing it yourself. On my part, I'm curious about how Handbrake handles this, might be something well suited to help procrastinate important stuff.
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Windows / Re: windows v2.7.5 tinypy - muxer cannot open
« Last post by eumagga0x2a on October 17, 2019, 12:25:07 AM »
adm.save(filename) would have been wrong too as the basename of $filein needs a directory for save() to succeed, a directory different from $dir (I denote variables here with "$" like in bash scripts for legibility).

It should work with

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#PY  <- Needed to identify #

ext = "mkv"
gui = Gui()
adm = Avidemux()

def convert(filein):
    if (0 == adm.loadVideo(filein)):
        gui.displayerror("oops, cannot load " + filein)
        raise
    adm.videoCodec("Copy")
    adm.audioClearTracks()
    adm.setSourceTrackLanguage(0,"eng")
    adm.audioAddTrack(0)
    adm.audioCodec(0, "copy");
    adm.audioSetDrc(0, 0)
    adm.audioSetShift(0, 0, 0)
    adm.setContainer("MP4", "muxerType=0", "optimize=1", "forceAspectRatio=False", "aspectRatio=1", "rotation=0")
    adm.save(filein + ".mp4")
    print("Done")

# Main
InputFolder = gui.dirSelect("Select the Source Folder")
list = get_folder_content(InputFolder,ext)
if(list is None):
    raise
for i in list:
    convert(i)
print("Done")

but, of course, the double extension "mkv.mp4" is not pretty and should be treated as well.
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Windows / Re: windows v2.7.5 tinypy - muxer cannot open
« Last post by leedog99 on October 16, 2019, 08:44:24 PM »
I had this before for the save line:
adm.save(filename)
same MUXER CANNOT OPEN error.
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Windows / Re: windows v2.7.5 tinypy - muxer cannot open
« Last post by eumagga0x2a on October 16, 2019, 08:25:08 PM »
Im guessing something to do with the error, "...Video has extradata and muxer requires globalHeader, assuming it is done so."

This is not an error but a general purely informational message, completely unrelated to the problem.

Your script tries to save output to the source file, which obviously can't work. On a non-Windows platform, this would destroy the source file, but file locking on Windows prevents dataloss and the fatal flaw in the script results just in a failure due to inability to write to the specified output (which is here identical with the input).
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I can't access the photo or screenshot from my current location (WeTransfer would work), but I see now that RTL support is broken in Avidemux at least on macOS. I agree that this is worth fixing.

Meanwhile, as you seem to understand English, why don't you set the language to English in the Avidemux preferences instead of missing out on all the improvements and bugfixes since 2.6.8?
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I still use version 2.6.8 (x64), because it's the last version that Does support Right to Left Windows system Languages like Hebrew.

The problem is the inability of the newer versions to show marked video cuts (A point to B point) correctly.
There is no match between the actual cut points and the visualization of them on the timeline ruler.

Please fix.

Watch Attached Photo >>
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NDESfIH0g867USgWh3WHlEEeTESIr4yd/view?usp=sharing
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Windows / Avidemux 2.7.x (x64) G.U.I does NOT Support Right to Left Languages (Hebrew)
« Last post by P--L on October 16, 2019, 04:55:58 PM »
I still use version 2.6.8 (x64), because it's the last version that Does support Right to Left Windows system Languages like Hebrew.

The problem is the inability of the newer versions to show marked video cuts (A point to B point) correctly.
There is no match between the actual cut points and the visualization of them on the timeline ruler.

Please fix.

Watch Attached Photo >>
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NDESfIH0g867USgWh3WHlEEeTESIr4yd/view?usp=sharing
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