Author Topic: Avidemux 2.6.0 flaws (Windows)  (Read 4454 times)

ScreeGee

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Avidemux 2.6.0 flaws (Windows)
« on: September 10, 2012, 09:34:53 PM »
- Explorer window or desktop blocked when drop a file on Avidemux window (regression from fix in 2.5!)

- Error box when seek to end of file with the button to do so

- Avidemux crashes itself when File->Close or Exit if OpenGL used in video settings (Win7x64 + nvidia here)

- Still doesn't set the filename in the save dialog nor remember last save folder

- Would be nice to remember the Avidemux window position too

- The buttons really should have tooltips for usage clarity

- The bitrate as displayed by Explorer is incorrect in avi files saved by Avidemux. For example, an avi that is originally 1511kbps that is simply re-saved from Avidemux becomes shown as 63872kbps (but video players does detect correct rate).


Jan Gruuthuse

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Re: Avidemux 2.6.0 flaws (Windows)
« Reply #1 on: September 11, 2012, 05:39:03 AM »
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- Avidemux crashes itself when File->Close or Exit if OpenGL used in video settings (Win7x64 + nvidia here)
If you have the choice in Preferences: [Video]: Video display. Select a non OpenGL (best) option.

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Re: Avidemux 2.6.0 flaws (Windows)
« Reply #2 on: September 11, 2012, 05:55:36 AM »
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- Avidemux crashes itself when File->Close or Exit if OpenGL used in video settings (Win7x64 + nvidia here)
If you have the choice in Preferences: [Video]: Video display. Select a non OpenGL (best) option.

I think setting the video display to use "OpenGL (best)" is ok; it's the "Enable OpenGL support" option that causes issues.

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Re: Avidemux 2.6.0 flaws (Windows)
« Reply #3 on: September 11, 2012, 06:58:31 AM »
You could be right on this? Not having windows, how could I be sure. On linux it is the reverse: allowing "Enable OpenGL support" and disallowing the Video display: OpenGl (best) option, works and allows you to use OpenGl filters, not causing issues on video card.
However I would check the nvidia driver to its recent stable release for that used video card.