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Old Yesterday, 19:59   #18681  |  Link
GZZ
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Hey guys, is there a way to set up the encoded file's custom title within the program?

By default, it sets the title to the output file's name, and since I often make notes with my filenames (I use my own, but the idea is: XXX_NO_SUBTITLES, or XXX_TEST_BEFORE_DELETING_SOURCE, etc.), the file's title often looks ugly/undesirable within some media players like MPC-BE. You can easily fix it by remuxing with something like MKVToolNix, but adds extra work to each encode. Is there a quick way to do it within RipBot?
This is not a fix... But you do know that you can use the Header Editor in MkvToolnix and change the title afterwards, then you dont have to remux the file - much faster.
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Old Yesterday, 20:09   #18682  |  Link
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This is not a fix... But you do know that you can use the Header Editor in MkvToolnix and change the title afterwards, then you dont have to remux the file - much faster.
Thanks, very helpful tip. I used to use it myself but forgot about how easy it was to batch edit stuff with it. Now I went through an entire batch of files and fixed their headers in a few minutes. Hopefully, RipBot will someday have a field to set the title prior to the encode.

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