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  1. Hi you guys,
    I've got a problem with JMkvpropedit 1.3.3.1
    I've got a *mkv files with dimensions 720x576

    Code:
    Width                       : 720 pixels
    Height                      : 576 pixels
    Display aspect ratio        : 5:4
    Frame rate mode             : Constant
    Frame rate                  : 25.000 FPS
    And original ratio is 16/9 but is still showing in 5:4
    I wanna add a extra parameters do JMkvpropedit for bach convert all
    *mkv's

    But what command seems to look??

    mkvpropedit.exe --edit track:v1 --set display-width=16 --set display-height=9 --set display-unit=3 doesn't work
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  2. Originally Posted by euphonic View Post
    mkvpropedit.exe --edit track:v1 --set display-width=16 --set display-height=9 --set display-unit=3
    Are you trying to use the command-line or are you using JMkvpropedit? Because your command won't work either way.

    If you are working on the command prompt you need to add a filename:
    mkvpropedit.exe "FILE.MKV" --edit track:v1 --set display-width=16 --set display-height=9 --set display-unit=3

    If you work in JMkvpropedit you need to add the parameters like this:
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  3. Thanks dude
    You're the best
    I need one more thing

    Need a command to Jmkpropedit for make chapters for each 5 minutes
    It is possible to make with second line (first display ratio) chapters?

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  4. Mkvpropedit does not have any feature to auto-generate chapters on intervals. You can create such a chapter file with a different program and add it in JMkvproedit, though (as chapter file). Or you use mkvmerge. But Mkvtoolnix GUI doesn't have any batch feature, you'd have to write one yourself, e.g.:
    Code:
    for %%a in (*.mkv) do mkvmerge --generate-chapters interval:00:05:00 -o "output\%%a" --aspect-ratio 0:16/9 "%%a"
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  5. Originally Posted by sneaker View Post
    Code:
    for %%a in (*.mkv) do mkvmerge --generate-chapters interval:00:05:00 -o "output\%%a" --aspect-ratio 0:16/9 "%%a"
    Thanx again
    Can I make a *bat from this command for all files in 1 folder??


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  6. Yes, that's already what it does. It runs the command for all files that end in ".mkv".
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  7. sorry for noob question, but what does mean??

    Code:
    for %%a in (*.mkv) 
    "output\%%a"
    "%%a"
    and should I change it in bat file
    when I take every single the same wor as from

    Code:
    for %%a in (*.mkv) do mkvmerge --generate-chapters interval:00:05:00 -o "output\%%a" --aspect-ratio 0:16/9 "%%a"
    doesn't work :/
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  8. Originally Posted by euphonic View Post
    doesn't work :/
    You need to be more detailed as to what you have tried and what error messages you have encountered.
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  9. Do I need to use "%%a" or my file path?

    I've got d:\1

    in "1" I have 5 mkv files to whom want to add chapters every 5 minutes
    what should by the bat command?? (for me copy+paste)
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  10. There are several options. Two of them:
    A.) Simply copy the .bat file to the directory you want to work in
    B.) Add a new line:
    Code:
    cd /d d:\1
    for %%a in (*.mkv) do mkvmerge --generate-chapters interval:00:05:00 -o "output\%%a" --aspect-ratio 0:16/9 "%%a"
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  11. Its almost midnight here, I'm after work now, I need a rest. Tomorrow will check ok

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  12. Ok, one more thing....
    how should be command for JMKvpropedit for:
    Code:
    --display-dimensions TID:widthxheight
    if this one doesn't work
    Code:
    --set display=1:720x400
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  13. Why are you trying to invent new parameters? You can list all possible parameters using mkvpropedit -l

    --set display-width=720 --set display-height=400 --set display-unit=0
    (Commonly, you would always upscale instead of downscaling when choosing display pixel dimensions.)
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  14. It's pure curiosity, I just exploring this software, how powerfull is it

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