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1. Some sort of calibration measure (numbers, marks on the slider, etc.) for MPlayer eq2.

Done: [1], [2], please try a future nightly.
Sorry, I don't quite understand.  I have the version from a couple of days ago (https://www.avidemux.org/nightly/win64/avidemux_2.7.5%20r200116_win64.exe) and it does not have this feature.
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2. Ability to change FPS on a selection (part of clip only, "make partial").
What sort of problem should this solve?
Would allow for a slow-motion (or fast-motion) segment in a video.  A very common technique in video.

3. Ability to set duration of imported still images.  One can manipulate this by changing frame rate, but of course this action alters the frame rate of any video that is also in the project.
If you mean a way to customize the currently hardcoded 25 fps frame rate the "picture" demuxer sets, then yes, this would be indeed nice to have.
I was thinking of an adjustable duration setting for still images.  But of course an adjustable frame rate setting would work, too.
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Main version 2.6 / Re: Audio tracks and video length
« Last post by BG Davis on Today at 04:45:12 AM »
Thanks!  :'(
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1. Some sort of calibration measure (numbers, marks on the slider, etc.) for MPlayer eq2.

Done: [1], [2], please try a future nightly.

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2. Ability to change FPS on a selection (part of clip only, "make partial").

What sort of problem should this solve?

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3. Ability to set duration of imported still images.  One can manipulate this by changing frame rate, but of course this action alters the frame rate of any video that is also in the project.

If you mean a way to customize the currently hardcoded 25 fps frame rate the "picture" demuxer sets, then yes, this would be indeed nice to have.
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Main version 2.6 / Re: Audio tracks and video length
« Last post by eumagga0x2a on January 18, 2020, 12:15:10 AM »
I added music to two tracks (1 and 2).  Track 2 is longer than track one.
The objective was to have track 1 play to its end point, then have track 2 become audible at that point (part way through) and play to its end point.
Is there a way to make this happen?

Not with Avidemux. Prepare audio used as track 1 e.g. with Audacity, then use the resulting file as external audio track in Avidemux.

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If the audio track is longer than the video, is there a way to save the file so that the audio plays to its end point?

Not with Avidemux, Avidemux will always use the duration of the video track as maximum duration of the video.

The Wiki is outdated, to achieve the goal with Avidemux, first use the "Still Image" video filter to extend the video track by replicating the last picture for the required period of time, save the video, then load the result in Avidemux and add the audio as an external audio track.
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Main version 2.6 / Audio tracks and video length
« Last post by BG Davis on January 17, 2020, 08:04:55 PM »
I'm trying to figure out how to use the audio tracks.
Issue #1
I added music to two tracks (1 and 2).  Track 2 is longer than track one.
The objective was to have track 1 play to its end point, then have track 2 become audible at that point (part way through) and play to its end point.
Is there a way to make this happen?

Issue #2
If the audio track is longer than the video, is there a way to save the file so that the audio plays to its end point?
The Avidemux tutorial* implies that this is possible: "some video players will only play video for the duration of video track, so if you want the whole audio to be played [the video needs to be at least as long as the audio]"
Notice this says "some" video players.  But I can't even get Avidemux to continue after the end of the video, even though the audio has not played all the way to its end point.

*http://www.avidemux.org/admWiki/doku.php?id=tutorial:create_video_from_still_image_and_from_audio_file
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Would love to see three features:
1. Some sort of calibration measure (numbers, marks on the slider, etc.) for MPlayer eq2.  I believe they were present on older versions of Avidemux and they made post a lot easier.  Why?  Because instead of guesstimating how much adjustment was being made, one could easily remember the numbers (or count marks on a scale).  Yes, once you've made changes you can see how much you've added or subtracted from default values.  But you have no way to judge how far to move the slider in the meantime (while previewing) and no way to even guess what you did previously if you reset to default.  (i.e., give up and start over).  The "Contrast" filter has marks and also shows a numerical value as you make your adjustments.  It would be wonderful if MPlayer eq2 had something similar.
2. Ability to change FPS on a selection (part of clip only, "make partial").
3. Ability to set duration of imported still images.  One can manipulate this by changing frame rate, but of course this action alters the frame rate of any video that is also in the project.
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Windows / Re: Can I save this edited file some way in v2.7.5?
« Last post by eumagga0x2a on January 17, 2020, 12:10:00 AM »
The strange thing is the edit you describe,  '00:00:50.713 to 00:00:59.313 without previous cuts', completes without a problem for me

Same here, I just pointed out the source video frame numbers and timestamps of the last cut.

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I tried playing the sample file in Media Composer and it crashes at around 28-29 seconds. So the file is far from perfect

The frame 737, marked as an IDR in the stream, contains an invalid bit sequence where idr_pic_id value should be encoded. This might be the issue which the decoder in Media Composer fails to handle.
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Windows / Re: Shutdown when complete option
« Last post by eumagga0x2a on January 16, 2020, 04:25:43 PM »
What I believed about the shutdown function turned out to be false. The shutdown option in the encoding dialog has been verified working on Windows 10 and Windows 7 and is now enabled on Windows in general. Testing of latest nightlies on other Windows versions welcome.
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Windows / Re: Can I save this edited file some way in v2.7.5?
« Last post by fish on January 15, 2020, 10:47:28 PM »
The strange thing is the edit you describe,  '00:00:50.713 to 00:00:59.313 without previous cuts', completes without a problem for me, although I can't tell whether you are referring to a saved file or something in the internals of ADM.
I tried playing the sample file in Media Composer and it crashes at around 28-29 seconds. So the file is far from perfect, even though it is a typical DVB-T HD file and the problems don’t show up in media players or when playing in ADM. Media Composer’s playback engine is often criticised but it does seem discriminating enough to know a good video file from a bad one even though it's not really designed for inter frame codec editing)
I'm pretty sure I have seen this incomplete save with progressive DVB-T HD files as well as the MBAFF type, (movies are all broadcast in progressive), so I will try to get a suitable example.
 
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