Started by EFuggerth, April 10, 2018, 06:06:48 PM
QuoteThough small bugs must still be hiding, they cause manageable inconvenience for the resolved.
Quote from: EFuggerth on August 26, 2018, 07:37:22 PMThe promised check for remaining blemishes:On working up today the newly gathered material (approx. 30 items) but now with your very latest nightly (2.7.1._180807), there appeared only one little fault, which is about this:In the filled-in appended file (of several GB in size) [MPEG2 as recorded, to be saved in your MPEG TS(ff) format], while on search for a definite point in play-mode, the stop-button makes the actual-position jump back to the very beginning of the file (though the last active frame remains momentarily seen). This rather hampers A/B markers to insert. The phenomena happens rather random: at least 5 items responded so, several of them more than once.
QuoteSince you are strongly bent to make improvements, let me repeat another small point that would be easy to incorporate and is sure to offer comfort for the user. The practice in my processing always starts with appending quite a number of files (that are "sequential files" of the same film, broken into 1GB parts by the inherent workings of the recording device), which is a prerequisite for a proper job, but rather tedious on a large scale. A conditional branching incorporated in your program to offer an option for circumventing this and done automatically would probably not disturb anything already in place.
Quote from: EFuggerth on September 22, 2018, 05:09:40 PMOn a search for the declared end of the film in a manually appended file in play mode a press on the stop button has brought the time-marker back to the very beginning – instead of remaining (practically) were it previously was.
QuoteThe recording device is said to break longer items into 1GB portions + the remaining
Quote(optional) automatic appending was a problem-free part of your older versions
QuoteI can hardly imagine anything to hamper you from reinstalling this optional feature anew.