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  1. Member loa909's Avatar
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    I was made this script for blurring hard coded subtitles. But I have now used a movie clip to blur HC subs it has now been running nearly 3 hours on a 1.02GB clip as .avi the preview window has reached end of movie, but the dos windows is still running. how can I tell how much longer it will blur subs


    Code:
     @setlocal
    @set ffply= "C:\ffmpeg-3.4-win64-static\bin\ffplay.exe"
    
    @set filename=%1
    
    @rem video width
    @set vwidth=1280
    
    @rem subtitle area width
    @set subw=1105
    
    @rem subtitle area height
    @set subh=86
    
    @rem delogo filter is centered on video
    @set xv=(%vwidth%-%subw%)/2
    
    @rem vertical position for delogo filter window
    @set yv=2
    
    @echo "delogo=x=%xv%:y=%yv%:w=%subw%:h=%subh%"
    @echo copy above line to ffmpeg
    @echo .........................................................................
    
    @%ffply% -report -hide_banner -v 32 -stats -i %filename% -an -vf "delogo=x=%xv%:y=%yv%:w=%subw%:h=%subh%:show=1"
    
    @endlocal
    @pause

    This is what dos window is still doing. even though preview of clip has finised how much longer is it going to take as seems a long while to do a 1.01GB clip

    I do hope someone here can help.


    Code:
      [Parsed_delogo_0 @ 00000266099288a0] Note: default band value was changed from 4 to 1.
    10258.29 M-V: -0.034 fd= 184 aq=    0KB vq=    0KB sq=    0B f=0/0
    Last edited by loa909; 2nd Nov 2018 at 11:15.
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  2. Originally Posted by loa909 View Post
    I was made this script for blurring hard coded subtitles. But I have now used a movie clip to blur HC subs it has now been running nearly 3 hours on a 1.02GB clip as .avi the preview window has reached end of movie, but the dos windows is still running. how can I tell how much longer it will blur subs


    Code:
     @setlocal
    @set ffply= "C:\ffmpeg-3.4-win64-static\bin\ffplay.exe"
    
    @set filename=%1
    
    @rem video width
    @set vwidth=1280
    
    @rem subtitle area width
    @set subw=1105
    
    @rem subtitle area height
    @set subh=86
    
    @rem delogo filter is centered on video
    @set xv=(%vwidth%-%subw%)/2
    
    @rem vertical position for delogo filter window
    @set yv=2
    
    @echo "delogo=x=%xv%:y=%yv%:w=%subw%:h=%subh%"
    @echo copy above line to ffmpeg
    @echo .........................................................................
    
    @%ffply% -report -hide_banner -v 32 -stats -i %filename% -an -vf "delogo=x=%xv%:y=%yv%:w=%subw%:h=%subh%:show=1"
    
    @endlocal
    @pause

    This is what dos window is still doing. even though preview of clip has finised how much longer is it going to take as seems a long while to do a 1.01GB clip

    I do hope someone here can help.


    Code:
      [Parsed_delogo_0 @ 00000266099288a0] Note: default band value was changed from 4 to 1.
    10258.29 M-V: -0.034 fd= 184 aq=    0KB vq=    0KB sq=    0B f=0/0
    To automatically close ffplay after input reach end you must add '-autoexit' before input.

    Code:
    @%ffply% -report -hide_banner -v 32 -stats -autoexit -i %filename% -an -vf "delogo=x=%xv%:y=%yv%:w=%subw%:h=%subh%:show=1"
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    pandy check your pms
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