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Old 10th August 2019, 18:47   #421  |  Link
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I don't mean to imply that you do anything intentionally to not make it work.
I hadn't understood you that way, don't worry. I just wanted to make clear that I'm not intentionally trying to piss people off
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Old 11th August 2019, 02:20   #422  |  Link
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I just wanted to make clear that I'm not intentionally trying to piss people off
The only one that I get pissed off at is Adobe. For example, with the latest Premiere, one must run a certain edition of Win10, or later.

I expect software to eventually stop working, so I just use the last one that still works. In the case of Premiere, I just do not use it, instead using another party's software that still works under Win7-64.
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Did I misclick some setting to screw up the automatic file name logic? It used to always increase in level when muxing -- i.e. xxx.mkv would mux to xxx (1).mkv which would then mux to xxx (1) (1).mkv. Now mine is all screwed up. xxx (1).mkv will mux to xxx (2).mkv, but xxx.mkv will also mux to xxx (2) if (1) is present so you can't tell what the source was anymore. I've even seen it go down a level after cleaning up some intermediate files and muxing again.

I can't tell what the latest generation top-level mux is anymore since it can be mixed in with lower level ones. How do I get the other way back?
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There were some changes in the last versions. Which can be quite confusing. Especially since the file name can change the moment you click "Start muxing".

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Oh, that's a nice GIF showing off a bug in the logic. It happens when the number to add, "(3)", is already present at the end of the original base name. In that case too much is removed (from "m (3) (3)" down to "m" instead of "m (3)") before the GUI checks for existing files. I'll see to it that it gets fixed.

And no, I cannot simply remove any trailing number in parenthesis, as that lead to a bug where the GUI was also removing stuff like a year from the file name, e.g. it truncated "Blade (1998).mkv" to just "Blade.mkv", which is obviously not what the user expected.
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