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  1. ProWo i have a new request.
    FFmpeg have amazing features, like for exmple the ability to show audio spectrograms and with different styles.
    It is very important working with media to do a fast checking about the audio streams quality, something that spectrogram help a lot.
    I just want to request in your gui the ability to show just that. --> https://ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg-filters.html#showspectrumpic | https://www.cloudacm.com/?p=3105
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  2. Originally Posted by ingsoc View Post
    ProWo i have a new request.
    FFmpeg have amazing features, like for exmple the ability to show audio spectrograms and with different styles.
    It is very important working with media to do a fast checking about the audio streams quality, something that spectrogram help a lot.
    I just want to request in your gui the ability to show just that. --> https://ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg-filters.html#showspectrumpic | https://www.cloudacm.com/?p=3105
    Will be implemented in the next beta.
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    Hi ProWo

    I'm on latest beta v3.2.3.02.
    When extracting AC3 or TrueHD the results are *.ac3 and *.thd. Is there a particular reason why the GUI extracts EAC3 as *.mka and not elementary?
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  4. Originally Posted by Ennio View Post
    Hi ProWo

    I'm on latest beta v3.2.3.02.
    When extracting AC3 or TrueHD the results are *.ac3 and *.thd. Is there a particular reason why the GUI extracts EAC3 as *.mka and not elementary?
    No special reason, will be corrected in the next beta.
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    Thank you
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  6. Newest beta (v3.2.3.03), online now.

    Added:
    Deletion of eia 608/708 captions from h264, hevc, mpeg2 videostreams.
    Audio spectrogram (request by ingsoc).
    av1 muxing to asf, avi, mov, mp4, wmv.

    Fixed:
    eac3 audiostream extraction as eac3 (request by Ennio).
    Bug in HDR10/HLG metadata parsing.
    Bug in source stream audio delay parsing.

    Improved:
    HDR10/HLG videos handling.
    Invalid filenames handling.
    Batch tasks handling.
    FFmpeg errors handling.
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  7. ProWo nice the spectrogram new feature if you can speed it up by some way, it will be even better.

    New question, i wanted to change DAR in old videos i have here. They are avi container, and i have found that DAR feature is not visible, maybe because that container hasn't that feature capability... but i have found that i can do it via multiplex and changing container to mkv. In that case and if affirmative, you should take care because we can set DAR to AVI container and won't work, at least not with media players i am trying... Codec for these videos is Mpeg4.
    But i wonder why batch feature is not available for multiplex, that will help again for these repetitive actions.

    Also i want to suggest to keep 'last default container type used' between actions and features until the user won't change it again, this will help to to don't need to change container type on each multiplex action... And why not the same with DAR ?

    And also in multiplex section, i want to suggest some kind of fast help with language codes to add to the grid... 'eng, bla, bla'... just valid codes... some visual table or something.. I think that an emergent little window with the codes or some nice way, it doesn't need to be all time visible...

    Also i want to suggest to have the same Yellow color in the access 'batch feature' button. Just now it is grey, like all the others...

    Batch feature and fast grid handling in this program... is the power !

    Go Go with this amazing program !!
    Last edited by ingsoc; 12th Feb 2024 at 10:52.
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  8. Just wanted to say thank you to ProWo for this fabulous program. I just converted an unencrypted PAL DVD to a 23.976 FPS MP4 and it looks fantastic. You are a hero!
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    Originally Posted by ProWo View Post
    Newest beta (v3.2.3.03), online now.
    Fixed:
    eac3 audiostream extraction as eac3 (request by Ennio).
    Thanks, ProWo
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  10. Originally Posted by ingsoc View Post
    ProWo nice the spectrogram new feature if you can speed it up by some way, it will be even better.
    Not possible, ffmpeg must analyze the entire file.

    Originally Posted by ingsoc View Post
    New question, i wanted to change DAR in old videos i have here. They are avi container, and i have found that DAR feature is not visible, maybe because that container hasn't that feature capability... but i have found that i can do it via multiplex and changing container to mkv. In that case and if affirmative, you should take care because we can set DAR to AVI container and won't work, at least not with media players i am trying... Codec for these videos is Mpeg4.
    I will implement a check in the multiplex grid that checks whether the DAR can be changed in the container.

    Originally Posted by ingsoc View Post
    But i wonder why batch feature is not available for multiplex, that will help again for these repetitive actions.
    Because muxing is fast and therefore does not require a batch. But it could be added.

    Originally Posted by ingsoc View Post
    Also i want to suggest to keep 'last default container type used' between actions and features until the user won't change it again, this will help to to don't need to change container type on each multiplex action... And why not the same with DAR ?
    In earlier versions, the last container type was always used, but this has the disadvantage that interruptions can occur during muxing because, for example, a codec is not compatible with the container. If, on the other hand, the source container is suggested as it is now, fast muxing is possible.
    However, I could use mkv, as this container accepts almost all codecs.
    With DAR it makes no sense, as in most cases the source DAR is used.

    Originally Posted by ingsoc View Post
    And also in multiplex section, i want to suggest some kind of fast help with language codes to add to the grid... 'eng, bla, bla'... just valid codes... some visual table or something.. I think that an emergent little window with the codes or some nice way, it doesn't need to be all time visible...
    I will check that.

    Originally Posted by ingsoc View Post
    Also i want to suggest to have the same Yellow color in the access 'batch feature' button.
    That will be done.
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  11. Newest beta (v3.2.3.04), online now.

    Added: Re-admitted HLG handling (keep HLG, HLG to SDR, HLG to HDR10).
    ISO 639 language codes info in multiplex and audio encode grid (request by ingsoc).

    Fixed:
    Bug in profile handling with HDR10/HLG.

    Improved: Change/set DAR (depending on codec and container).

    Changed:
    mkv as standard container in mux grid.
    Removed av1 mux in mov, admitted mux mpeg1, mpeg2 in mxf .
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  12. yes, i think that multiplex part of the program will get benefits if can access batch feature, adding more videos.. Repetitive actions are very common even with multiplex.. TV series, etc...
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  13. @ ingsoc
    just out of curiosity:
    A value for money 6/10 rating for a free program?

    Review by ingsoc on Jan 18, 2024 Version: v3.2.0.04 OS: Windows 8 64-bit Ease of use: 10/10 Functionality: 10/10 Value for money: 6/10 Overall: 8/10
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  14. HI Pro Wo

    Is it possible to edit the HEVC encoding script to addd things like --no-sao?

    Thanks
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  15. Originally Posted by avinewbie View Post
    HI Pro Wo
    Is it possible to edit the HEVC encoding script to addd things like --no-sao?
    Thanks
    Which options are really important to you?
    (Please note that I only support Constant Rate Factor (CRF) encoding, without hardware accelleration).
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  16. btw, v3.2.3.04 is being detected by Windows Security as a "virus" (Program:Win32/Wacapew.C!ml)
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  17. Originally Posted by mannequin80 View Post
    btw, v3.2.3.04 is being detected by Windows Security as a "virus" (Program:Win32/Wacapew.C!ml)
    Check if the MD5 hash of your file matches
    1B4F706CD19AA903F638E944F2930A7E
    If so, it is the original file and certainly does not contain a virus/malware/adware.
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  18. Originally Posted by ProWo View Post
    Originally Posted by avinewbie View Post
    HI Pro Wo
    Is it possible to edit the HEVC encoding script to addd things like --no-sao?
    Thanks
    Which options are really important to you?
    (Please note that I only support Constant Rate Factor (CRF) encoding, without hardware accelleration).
    HI ProWo

    I tend to use --no-sao and deblock -1:-1. I belive they help with extra detail retension acording to forum posts and I think I can see that in my use.
    I have not tested other parameters myself(newbie) and yes I stick with CRF.
    Thank you for your hard work on Clever Ffmpeg
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  19. Originally Posted by avinewbie View Post
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    I tend to use --no-sao and deblock -1:-1. I belive they help with extra detail retension acording to forum posts and I think I can see that in my use.
    I will see what can be done.
    Last edited by ProWo; 17th Feb 2024 at 09:21.
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  20. Originally Posted by ProWo View Post
    If so, it is the original file and certainly does not contain a virus/malware/adware.
    yes, it's straight from your archive. i know it's not a virus, just weird windows suddenly decided it is.
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  21. Newest beta (v3.2.3.05), online now.

    Added:
    x256 loop filter (request by avinewbie).
    Chunk analysis for compatibility in join section.

    Fixed:
    Cover art (image) handling in video.

    Improved:
    Stream analysis.
    x265-params handling.
    Join function (can now merge videos with different resolutions and frame rates (but with the same codecs).
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  22. Hi ProWo, love your program and saw your reply in my recent post about editing MKVs and keeping subs and call me stupid but I didn't realize you're the author of this amazing program!

    Question, how hard would this be to implement.

    Instead of retaining the cut part.... can that be inverted? (As in, the parts I mark for cutting, I want those deleted and everything else kept.)

    Something like this:

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    And for the life of me, I can't get the batch cutting to work. I took a test file and selected to cut 00:05:00.000 to 00:10:00.000 then I click on 'Check Times' then, 'To Batch'.

    Next, I enter 00:20:00.000 to 00:25:00.000 then click on 'Check Times' then, 'To Batch'.

    Lastly, 00:30:00.000 to 00:35:00.000....'Check Times' then 'To Batch'.

    From the main menu, I select 'Batch Tasks' and see the 3 jobs I batched up and click 'execute'.

    After it's done, I get a 5 minute video with 'cutted' in the name but it's only the first, 5 minute chunk I cut and the other two, 5 minute chunks I batched for cutting are nowhere to be found.

    Probably user error on my part, what am I doing wrong?
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  23. Originally Posted by roadhazard View Post
    Hi ProWo, love your program and saw your reply in my recent post about editing MKVs and keeping subs and call me stupid but I didn't realize you're the author of this amazing program!
    Question, how hard would this be to implement.
    Instead of retaining the cut part.... can that be inverted?
    I've been rewriting the cutting code for some time now, but that will take even longer.

    Originally Posted by roadhazard View Post
    And for the life of me, I can't get the batch cutting to work.
    This is a bug and will be fixed in the next beta.
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  24. Originally Posted by ProWo View Post
    @ ingsoc
    just out of curiosity:
    A value for money 6/10 rating for a free program?

    Review by ingsoc on Jan 18, 2024 Version: v3.2.0.04 OS: Windows 8 64-bit Ease of use: 10/10 Functionality: 10/10 Value for money: 6/10 Overall: 8/10
    well, remember the colors problems. In fact that was main reason to register in this forum just to say you the problem with the colors...
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  25. Newest beta (v3.2.3.06), online now.

    Fixed:
    Bug in multiple batch cuts from same source.
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  26. Thank you so much for this incredible tool, ProWo. I have a question that I'm hoping you can answer. In fact, I have a feeling you might be the only person in the world who can! I record my shows via HDHomerun and watch them on Plex. I like closed captions and have grown to depend on them. But sometime last year, something happened to the feed from Comcast and the CC started looking like this for a particular show, CBS News Sunday Morning:

    Name CBS CBSH@ CBSH@ CBSH@

    But here's the thing -- it only looks like that if I watch it on a computer. If I watch it on my TV, the TV's CC takes over and everything is fine.

    But I want to watch this anywhere, with subtitles. So I figured I'd just extract them, and your amazing tool does exactly that. But because I want to automate the subtitle extraction, I want to use ffmpeg via CLI. Here's the ffprobe output:

    C:\temp\ffmpeg\bin>ffprobe -hide_banner -f lavfi -i movie="CBS News Sunday Morning (1979) - S2024E01 - CBS News Sunday Morning.ts"[out+subcc]
    [h264 @ 0000018493c59b80] Increasing reorder buffer to 2
    [h264 @ 0000018493c59b80] Increasing reorder buffer to 3
    Input #0, lavfi, from 'movie=CBS News Sunday Morning (1979) - S2024E01 - CBS News Sunday Morning.ts[out+subcc]':
    Duration: N/A, start: 4.668433, bitrate: N/A
    Stream #0:0: Video: wrapped_avframe, yuv420p, 1280x720 [SAR 1:1 DAR 16:9], 59.94 fps, 59.94 tbr, 90k tbn
    Stream #0:1: Subtitle: eia_608 (cc_dec)
    So then I thought this is easy -- I'll just run the command:

    ffmpeg -f lavfi -i movie="CBS News Sunday Morning (1979) - S2024E01 - CBS News Sunday Morning.ts"[out+subcc] -map 0:1 output.srt
    But then when I look at the output...

    1
    00:00:35,018 --> 00:00:50,700
    <font face="Monospace">{\an7}Name CBS CBSH@ CBSH@ CBSH@ </font>

    2
    00:00:50,701 --> 00:01:06,650
    <font face="Monospace">{\an7}Name CBS CBSH@ CBSH@ CBSH@ </font>

    3
    00:01:06,650 --> 00:01:22,599
    <font face="Monospace">{\an7}Name CBS CBSH@ CBSH@ CBSH@ </font>
    It's the wrong CC, just as it shows on Plex. But when I use your program, it works perfectly:

    6
    00:01:12,589 --> 00:01:14,791
    <font face="Monospace">{\an7}>>> GOOD MORNING.
    IíM JANE PAULEY AND THIS IS </font>

    7
    00:01:14,791 --> 00:01:15,258
    <font face="Monospace">{\an7}IíM JANE PAULEY AND THIS IS
    "SUNDAY MORNING."</font>
    Can you please share what brilliant trickery you are performing to get the true CC? Incidentally, if I watch the .ts file via VLC, I can see the CC fine and in fact, there are 4 CC streams:

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    Thank you!

    - Sung
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  27. @ sungjwoo

    You have PM.
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  28. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    February 22 2024 release version 3.2.4.
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Added:
    Deletion of eia 608/708 captions from h264, hevc, mpeg2 videostreams.
    Audio spectrogram (request by ingsoc).
    av1 muxing to asf, avi, mov, mp4, wmv.
    Re-admitted HLG handling (keep HLG, HLG to SDR, HLG to HDR10).
    ISO 639 language codes info in multiplex and audio encode grid (request by ingsoc).
    x256 loop filter (request by avinewbie).
    Chunk analysis for compatibility in join section.
    Automatic transfer of cutted chunks from direct cur or batch cut (if more then one) to join grid.
    Cut marks list for multiple cuts from the source file, so all cuts can be made in one go.

    Fixed:
    Missing source chapters muxing.
    Bug in subtitle selection for burn in subtitles.
    Bug in audio volume detection.
    eac3 audiostream extraction as eac3 (request by Ennio).
    Bug in HDR10/HLG metadata parsing.
    Bug in source stream audio delay parsing.
    Bug in profile handling with HDR10/HLG.
    Cover art (image) handling in video.
    Bug in multiple batch cuts from same source.

    Improved:
    HDR10/HLG videos handling.
    Invalid filenames handling.
    Batch tasks handling.
    FFmpeg errors handling.
    Change/set DAR (depending on codec and container).
    Stream analysis.
    x265-params handling.
    Join function (can now merge videos with different resolutions and frame rates (but with the same codecs).

    Changed:
    Scan for errors (now errors only, not messages).
    Help screen loaded automatically with chapters screen.
    Other system colors to RGB.
    mkv as standard container in mux grid.
    Removed av1 mux in mov, admitted mux mpeg1, mpeg2 in mxf.
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  29. Hello ProWo,

    Thank you for creating such a great app. It's all-in-one and easy to use. I have a request: could you make it fully portable? I mean, store settings in a Clever FFmpeg GUI.config file within the main app folder instead of LocalAppData. Also, if I open the app from a different working directory (for example, I have a symbolic link to the same folder), the app creates a different config. Storing settings within the app could resolve this problem too.

    Thank you in advance.
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  30. Originally Posted by amymor View Post
    Hello ProWo,
    Thank you for creating such a great app. It's all-in-one and easy to use. I have a request: could you make it fully portable? I mean, store settings in a Clever FFmpeg GUI.config file within the main app folder instead of LocalAppData.
    But that has disadvantages.
    If, for example, another user uses the same clever FFmpeg-GUI and changes the color, then the next time you access it you will have his color and not yours.
    In addition, the config file is only created once at the first start.
    For this reason I will not change this.
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