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Old 25th November 2007, 00:10   #221  |  Link
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Works now, thanks!

How about a cq mode for wmv?
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Old 25th November 2007, 11:25   #222  |  Link
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for wmv8 it is supported ..but i was able to play it only with mplayer

please tell me if you are able to play this file http://www.64k.it/andres/data/w/_aaa_automen.wmv (1.41mb, encoded at CQ 3)

thanks!

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Old 26th November 2007, 16:18   #223  |  Link
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Hi buzzqw!
Thanks for this nice app. I'm using it for re-encodes for the PS3 and it works great with AutoMen.

But the PS3 doesn't play subtitles until now, so only hardcoded subs would work.

A PS3-Profile with hardcoded (burnt in) subs would be great for AutoMen!

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MEncoder by default hardcodes subs. You have to select the sub you want with the -sid option where this option is a number. You can also alternatively choose the anti-aliasing method with the -spuaa option
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Old 26th November 2007, 17:36   #224  |  Link
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added in todo list

(cannot give any date for release!)

best regards

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Old 27th November 2007, 17:47   #225  |  Link
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added in todo list

(cannot give any date for release!)

best regards

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Grazie mille
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Old 27th November 2007, 20:04   #226  |  Link
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update 3.7 http://www.64k.it/andres/data/automen/AutoMen37.exe

FIXED: Deblock (with D capitalized). only happen on 1 specific profile ) thanks to weaver4
ADDED: Support for List of file.
Drag and drop a file.txt with your file to encode (do this by dir /S/B *.vob > list.txt for example) and the same settings will be applied to all files (suggestion by bowo)

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Hooooooo

Thank you very very much buzzqw for this quick and wonderful work

That's really great

THANK'S

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Old 5th December 2007, 00:07   #227  |  Link
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Hi... I am new to the Forum and very interested in the Subject making AVC Mp4 from MKV

- Howcome when I select PS3 or MP4 he makes me an AVI and not a MP4 Container?
I tried it a couple times and I never get an MP4 file or anything. Playstation 3 dosnt take AVI or?
Is there a way to choose mp4 container?

- When I play the PS3 or MP4 files with Media Player Classic (K-Lite Codec Pack) or Windows Media Player I dont get any sound or Picture.
What codecs are needed to play the PS3 files on Windows PC?

- Is there a way to set picture quality to stick with the source quality? That option would be nice.

- Is there Dolby Digital or AC3 sound support for PS3 or MP4 files?

- When I want to make a wmv the file is invalid.


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Old 5th December 2007, 08:27   #228  |  Link
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first of all i suggest to read the manual

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Howcome when I select PS3 or MP4 he makes me an AVI and not a MP4 Container?
the final file is named xxx_automen.mp4

(remember that for passthroug is needed the mkvtoolnix.. again.. read the manual)

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What codecs are needed to play the PS3 files on Windows PC?
media player classic , ffdshow tryout, haali media splitter

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Is there a way to set picture quality to stick with the source quality? That option would be nice.
just use the preset quality GREAT

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Is there Dolby Digital or AC3 sound support for PS3 or MP4 files?
NO

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When I want to make a wmv the file is invalid.
need more info (like what preset and what player used)

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Old 5th December 2007, 11:35   #229  |  Link
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first of all i suggest to read the manual



the final file is named xxx_automen.mp4

(remember that for passthroug is needed the mkvtoolnix.. again.. read the manual)


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I never get that final mp4 file. I always get a file named testaudio.avi or something like that. Is he not finishing the job correctly?

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Old 5th December 2007, 13:26   #230  |  Link
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more info ?

like input file
output settings
error on screen

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Old 5th December 2007, 16:11   #231  |  Link
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It is an HDDVD rip to MKV x264
And my setting are so that I have no quality loss.
I get no errors. But I dont get my finished file either.
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Old 5th December 2007, 17:16   #232  |  Link
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hddvd rip ? mean vc1 codec ?

don't know if mencoder is fully able to decode

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Old 5th December 2007, 17:21   #233  |  Link
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No it is a hddvd rip with avc x264 codec.
But thats not the problem.
Its a MKV x264. He should be able to hanlde that or?
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Old 5th December 2007, 17:34   #234  |  Link
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yes , should be able

try selecting xvid as output

and report back

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Old 5th December 2007, 21:10   #235  |  Link
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Well he asks me if i want to remux without reencoding beacause the file already is x264.
I say yes and the I get a testaudio.avi whiich dosnt work.

When I reencode I get a working file.

Oh ... And yes xvid works great.

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Old 5th December 2007, 22:24   #236  |  Link
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be SURE to set the mkvmerge path in "program path" panel, also where is located mkvmerge must be present also the mkvextract.exe (usually c:\program files\mkvtoolnix)

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Old 6th December 2007, 00:29   #237  |  Link
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Ok Thx. I didnt have MKVtoolnix installed. Sorry for me not reading the manual.

Thx allot for the help bro.

Now it works and i have a functional mp4 file.

But I still got some errors during the process. Heres a screen.
Is this normal?

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Old 6th December 2007, 00:58   #238  |  Link
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If a mkv has more than one Audio Track. How do I tell him which one to use. And how do I tell him to leave away subtitles and so on.
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But I still got some errors during the process. Heres a screen.
Is this normal?
well.. no, but mencoder is trying it's best
crc error it's related to audio a52 (mean ac3 dolby audio), so. could be some problem in your audio file

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If a mkv has more than one Audio Track. How do I tell him which one to use. And how do I tell him to leave away subtitles and so on.
the selection of audio track is now aviable only if re-encoding.
If you use the "passthrough" features will be take the first audio track only
The subtitle track is actually ignored, and so not extracted or remuxed

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Old 6th December 2007, 02:24   #240  |  Link
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Thx buzzqw
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