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    Oh, I forgot...

    Version 2.1.4

    Changelog:
    - Bugfixes on silence detection messages and path saving.
    - Added setting to save more verbose log files.
    - User minor interface redesign.

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    New Version 2.1.4

    Changelog:
    - Bugfixes on silence detection messages and path saving.
    - Added setting to save more verbose log files.
    - User minor interface redesign.
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    Originally Posted by katanka View Post
    I use a TV to view video clips but it is placed vertically.
    So I want to change the orientation of the video and certainly also its aspect ratio
    I guess you need to do some rotate/resize, but not much that I can help with those details.
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  4. original video format 1920*1080. But my tv is placed verticaly. I use the preset " rotate 90 counterclockwise" to have the video in the good orientation but the aspect ratio is bad. I don't know what to do to adapt format to have a good aspect ratio.

    Thanks for your help
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    Originally Posted by katanka View Post
    original video format 1920*1080. But my tv is placed verticaly. I use the preset " rotate 90 counterclockwise" to have the video in the good orientation but the aspect ratio is bad. I don't know what to do to adapt format to have a good aspect ratio.

    Thanks for your help
    I guess you also need to invert video size 1080x1920. This parameters could do the job for you:
    Code:
    -c:v libx264 -crf 23 -vf "scale=1080:1920, transpose=cclock" -c:a copy
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  6. Hi Eibol
    thanks for this useful software
    is there a way to feed files via the command line invocation?


    idea: would like to start it using a launcher on QQTabBar:
    http://qttabbar.wdfiles.com/local--files/documents/applauncher.html#launch

    thanks
    pedro
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    Originally Posted by pmsrve View Post
    Hi Eibol
    thanks for this useful software
    is there a way to feed files via the command line invocation?


    idea: would like to start it using a launcher on QQTabBar:
    http://qttabbar.wdfiles.com/local--files/documents/applauncher.html#launch

    thanks
    pedro
    Hi, you don't have to do anything special, you can run FFBatch.exe on the command line and any argument will considered a file and added to the file list.
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  8. Originally Posted by Eibol View Post
    Originally Posted by katanka View Post
    original video format 1920*1080. But my tv is placed verticaly. I use the preset " rotate 90 counterclockwise" to have the video in the good orientation but the aspect ratio is bad. I don't know what to do to adapt format to have a good aspect ratio.

    Thanks for your help
    I guess you also need to invert video size 1080x1920. This parameters could do the job for you:
    Code:
    -c:v libx264 -crf 23 -vf "scale=1080:1920, transpose=cclock" -c:a copy
    Thank You Eibol it works fine
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  9. Originally Posted by Eibol View Post
    Hi, you don't have to do anything special, you can run FFBatch.exe on the command line and any argument will considered a file and added to the file list.
    thanks for the answer
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