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  1. Originally Posted by Eibol View Post
    Hi, for the moment that feature is not available.
    I think the free beta of MakeMKV is what you need.

    Sorry, I mean if it is possible to load an unencrypted Blu-ray or DVD from a folder on a hard drive in FFmpeg Batch ? Thanks.
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    Hi Eibol, nice to be back here!

    Recently I need to transcode lots of footage, and to save some time I wanted to add a 3d lut right while it was converting it in ffmpeg batch, but I'm not able to do so (nor I understand in whitch folder I should put the .cube file), any advice? I think it should be supported right? Following the instruction on the ffmpeg site I'm not getting any error, its just that it doesn't apply it.

    Second question: is ffmpeg batch using a software decoder or hardware? I remember that ffmpeg could use an hardware decoder for h.264 clips (like an nvidia card), but I'm not able to do so within the program.

    Third and last question: Is there a "easy" guide that you know to compile ffmpeg with fdk and nvenc? I'm really tring to do it by myself, but I'm really lost. :S

    UPDATE: I actually got running the decoder and encoder in the nvidia card, and it's working perfectly, it all happened by a mistake that I made ahahahah
    Last edited by Sandros94; 22nd Jun 2018 at 10:43.
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  3. Hi,
    Is it possible to get this to put the same video in the list in a side by side process? I've got the below working in ffmpeg but rather than having to change the file name for the inputs I'd like it if i could use this batch program to, for each file in the list, create a side by side file.

    Code:
    ffmpeg -i file.mp4 -vf "movie=file.mp4 [in1]; [in]pad=iw*2:ih:iw:0[in0]; [in0][in1] overlay=0:0 [out]" sidebyside.mp4
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    Hi, sorry I had not seen the message yet, I have to look into it, my first attempts to include such feature did not go well.

    Originally Posted by vh688 View Post
    Originally Posted by Eibol View Post
    Hi, for the moment that feature is not available.
    I think the free beta of MakeMKV is what you need.

    Sorry, I mean if it is possible to load an unencrypted Blu-ray or DVD from a folder on a hard drive in FFmpeg Batch ? Thanks.
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    Hi, thanks for the input. I see you want to reuse the input file in the -vf filter, sorry it is not possible for the moment. I take note for future versions.

    Originally Posted by Threepwood View Post
    Hi,
    Is it possible to get this to put the same video in the list in a side by side process? I've got the below working in ffmpeg but rather than having to change the file name for the inputs I'd like it if i could use this batch program to, for each file in the list, create a side by side file.

    Code:
    ffmpeg -i file.mp4 -vf "movie=file.mp4 [in1]; [in]pad=iw*2:ih:iw:0[in0]; [in0][in1] overlay=0:0 [out]" sidebyside.mp4
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    New version 1.5.5.

    Fixes:
    - Fixed some issues trying preset before processing that could freeze application.
    - Fixed some errors aborting multiple tasks when using slow devices.
    - Fixed some bugs in stream multiplexing and batch subtitles.

    Features:
    - Redesigned multi-file processing, now it manages automatically simultaneous processes depending on CPU type. It shows Individual tasks progress, and any task aborted individually.

    FFmpeg Batch Converter 1.5.5 (all versions)

    Installer:
    https://files.videohelp.com/u/273695/FFbatch_setup_1.5.5_x86.msi
    https://files.videohelp.com/u/273695/FFbatch_setup_1.5.5_x64.msi
    Portable:
    https://files.videohelp.com/u/273695/FFmpeg_Batch_1.5.5_Portable_x86.exe
    https://files.videohelp.com/u/273695/FFmpeg_Batch_1.5.5_Portable_x64.exe


    License agreement has been slighlty modified to clarify that application can be used personal and commercially, and distributed with the same licensing as ffmpeg, provided it is not sold anyhow.
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    Hi Threepwood, I have been working on this feature, you can try replacing your current version with this executable FFbatch.exe 1.5.6 Beta.

    You just need to replace the part "movie=file.mp4 for "movie=%1 so the main input file is used again inside the filter.
    Code:
    -vf "movie=%1 [in1]; [in]pad=iw*2:ih:iw:0[in0]; [in0][in1] overlay=0:0 [out]"
    Another consideration, please avoid characters "[ ]" in the file name, since for some reason they provoke an error.

    I hope it works for you.
    Cheers

    Originally Posted by Threepwood View Post
    Hi,
    Is it possible to get this to put the same video in the list in a side by side process? I've got the below working in ffmpeg but rather than having to change the file name for the inputs I'd like it if i could use this batch program to, for each file in the list, create a side by side file.

    Code:
    ffmpeg -i file.mp4 -vf "movie=file.mp4 [in1]; [in]pad=iw*2:ih:iw:0[in0]; [in0][in1] overlay=0:0 [out]" sidebyside.mp4
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  8. Originally Posted by Eibol View Post
    Hi Threepwood, I have been working on this feature, you can try replacing your current version with this executable FFbatch.exe 1.5.6 Beta.

    You just need to replace the part "movie=file.mp4 for "movie=%1 so the main input file is used again inside the filter.
    Code:
    -vf "movie=%1 [in1]; [in]pad=iw*2:ih:iw:0[in0]; [in0][in1] overlay=0:0 [out]"
    Another consideration, please avoid characters "[ ]" in the file name, since for some reason they provoke an error.

    I hope it works for you.
    Cheers
    Hi,
    Cheers for that. 1.5.6 is working fine with the sbs filter you suggested. Just to let you know though the post with the 1.5.5 releases has 1.5.4 x86, not 1.5.5.
    Thanks for your quick work. Much appreciated.
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    Great, thanks also for the wrong link info.

    Originally Posted by Threepwood View Post
    Originally Posted by Eibol View Post
    Hi Threepwood, I have been working on this feature, you can try replacing your current version with this executable FFbatch.exe 1.5.6 Beta.

    You just need to replace the part "movie=file.mp4 for "movie=%1 so the main input file is used again inside the filter.
    Code:
    -vf "movie=%1 [in1]; [in]pad=iw*2:ih:iw:0[in0]; [in0][in1] overlay=0:0 [out]"
    Another consideration, please avoid characters "[ ]" in the file name, since for some reason they provoke an error.

    I hope it works for you.
    Cheers
    Hi,
    Cheers for that. 1.5.6 is working fine with the sbs filter you suggested. Just to let you know though the post with the 1.5.5 releases has 1.5.4 x86, not 1.5.5.
    Thanks for your quick work. Much appreciated.
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    New version 1.5.6.

    - You can now reuse input file in parameters field, inside a -vf filter, by writing '%1'.
    - More accurate progress information in multi-file progressing with some remaining time estimation.
    - Minor interface bug fixes.


    FFmpeg Batch Converter 1.5.6 (all versions)

    Installer:
    https://files.videohelp.com/u/273695/FFbatch_setup_1.5.6_x86.msi
    https://files.videohelp.com/u/273695/FFbatch_setup_1.5.6_x64.msi
    Portable:
    https://files.videohelp.com/u/273695/FFmpeg_Batch_1.5.6_Portable_x86.exe
    https://files.videohelp.com/u/273695/FFmpeg_Batch_1.5.65_Portable_x64.exe
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