Started by Cormy1, September 19, 2020, 04:56:35 PM
Quote from: Cormy1 on September 19, 2020, 04:56:35 PMWould it be possible to get a similar function in Avidemux so that we can edit audio on "keyframes" just as we do video without needing to re-encode?
Quote from: Cormy1The primary purpose of this is for importing external audio tracks that need to be offset by a greater value than permitted in Avidemux.
ffmpeg -ss <offset in seconds> -t <duration in seconds> -i <input audio file name.extension> -c copy <output audio file name.extension>
Quote from: Cormy1 on September 19, 2020, 04:56:35 PMWhen video is edited in copy mode, what happens to the audio in copy mode? Is it also cut on audio frames and then accordingly offset or does the entire audio track remain intact while being offset to match the cut duration of the video? Especially when shift is applied, I'd assume the entire audio track is still retained while simply being shifted in playback.
Quote from: Cormy1 on September 19, 2020, 04:56:35 PMA visual audio reference track like that in MP3DirectCut would also be tremendously helpful, since audio playback always mismatches video playback that doesn't match AviDemux's playback rate (again this 60fps video problem vs 30fps playback)
Quote from: Cormy1 on October 02, 2020, 04:41:33 PMI just mean playback speed is capped at 30fps
Quote from: Cormy1 on October 11, 2020, 01:05:17 PMnull encoder is only for outputted video though...?
Quote from: Cormy1 on October 11, 2020, 01:05:17 PMOn AVI muxer I see it encoding about 45 frames/second.What does this mean?
[extractSPSInfo_mp4Header] 04:46:45-385 Context created, ticks_per_frame = 2Used bytes 0/40 (+5)Scale : 120000, tick=1001, fps=59940Taking crop into account, left: 0, right: 0, top: 0, bottom: 8[extractSPSInfo_mp4Header] 04:46:45-385 Width2 : 1920[extractSPSInfo_mp4Header] 04:46:45-385 Height2: 1080[extractSPSInfo] 04:46:45-386 width:1920[extractSPSInfo] 04:46:45-386 height:1080[extractSPSInfo] 04:46:45-386 fps1000:59940[extractSPSInfo] 04:46:45-386 hasStructInfo:0[extractSPSInfo] 04:46:45-386 hasPocInfo:1[extractSPSInfo] 04:46:45-386 CpbDpbToSkip:0[extractSPSInfo] 04:46:45-386 log2MaxFrameNum:4[extractSPSInfo] 04:46:45-386 log2MaxPocLsb:5[extractSPSInfo] 04:46:45-386 frameMbsOnlyFlag:1[extractSPSInfo] 04:46:45-386 darNum:1[extractSPSInfo] 04:46:45-386 darDen:1[parseStbl] 04:46:45-386 stts:0[parseStbl] 04:46:45-386 Time stts atom found (1166)[parseStbl] 04:46:45-386 Using myscale 90000[parseStbl] 04:46:45-387 Stss:8[parseStbl] 04:46:45-387 ctts:0[parseStbl] 04:46:45-387 Found 1173 elements[parseStbl] 04:46:45-387 0 frames /1173 nbsz..[parseStbl] 04:46:45-387 nbCo: 843[indexify] 04:46:45-388 Build Track index, track timescale: 90000[indexify] 04:46:45-388 Histogram map has 2 elements.Frame duration 1501 count: 585Frame duration 1502 count: 587[indexify] 04:46:45-388 Video index done.[indexify] 04:46:45-388 Setting video timebase to 1 / 90000
Quote from: Cormy1 on October 21, 2020, 01:54:23 AMWhere do I disable it?There is the HW Accel options "Decode video using DXVA2 (Windows)"
Quote from: eumagga0x2a on October 19, 2020, 12:45:58 PMCould you please retry with DXVA2 decoding disabled?
Quote from: Cormy1 on October 21, 2020, 01:54:23 AMDoes sdl driver matter?
Quote from: Cormy1 on October 22, 2020, 07:06:08 PMThat solved it. Why would I be getting this behaviour?
Quote from: Cormy1 on October 22, 2020, 07:06:08 PMsomeone sent me an interesting WebM whose playback frame size seems to change dynamically?