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    TVSuite V6 works on Linux with WineHQ (personally rated 'Silver')

    I looked into changing the keyboard repeat rate a while ago but at the time it caused more problems than it fixed. WINE seemed to signal repeating keys not by doing a repeated keydown event like Windows did. It did it with keyup / keydown messages and programs react differently to that. I...
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    TVSuite V6 works on Linux with WineHQ (personally rated 'Silver')

    Has anyone come across a solution for keyboard repeat buffering? I skate around files using the arrow keys and their modifiers such as CTRL. In Windows the behaviour is as soon as they key is released VRD stops seeking, in a VM or bare metal, even if the key repeat rate is grossly faster than...
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    beta 804 WINE file / pathname verification

    Good suggestion. I was running it in Win 7 mode, setup a custom config for it with XP and the problem is solved.
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    beta 804 WINE file / pathname verification

    This really applies to the whole V6 line not just 804 but it is repeatable in v 804. In the save video dialogue setting the output file to a non-existent file, ie writing to a new destination file, always results in Output file is invalid! appearing under the text input box. If the file does...
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    Released version of 6, still showing Beta

    The expiry warning doesn't appear with the latest download, so all good in that regard.
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    Released version of 6, still showing Beta

    Just grabbed 803a and it appears to be the same as the prior version. :~/Downloads$ diff VRDTVS-6-60-2-803a.exe VRDTVS-6-60-1-802a.exe :~/Downloads$ No differences in the file -rw-rw-r-- 1 37685136 Sep 17 11:46 VRDTVS-6-60-2-803a.exe -rw-rw-r-- 1 37685136 Sep 15 08:33 VRDTVS-6-60-1-802a.exe...
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    Released version of 6, still showing Beta

    I'll one up that, 802a on my PC pops up a beta expired window when I drag a file onto it, under WINE. Under Windows 7 in a VM the warning doesn't appear. Closing the warning allows VRD to continue as per normal. Uninstalling VRD from WINE, removing the VideoRedo6 directory and reinstalling...
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    crash on output of H264 under WINE

    Yes, using beta 800 now. Output to ts has the same problem. The VRD dialogue box shows that state changes to Decoding Frames just before the failure. The on screen info shows the frames are I frames, not IDR.
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    crash on output of H264 under WINE

    This problem existed with previous betas I hadn't gotten around to posting about it. For test purposes I am attempting to output a transport stream recorded from SBS World Movies (Australia, 1080i, h264) to .mp4. If I simply select from the beginning of the file through to the end of the file...
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    VRD 6 vs WINE (linux)

    With 6.4.86.793 setting the Deinterlacing option on the Playback devices page to Smart causes VRD to crash when a file that is internally flagged as interlaced is opened. - YUV Acceleration unticked - Displayed Aspect Ratio set to 16:9 - Video Driver set to GDI
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    VRD 6 vs WINE (linux)

    Another problem, but likely not VRD's. I use OLE a fair bit but can't create an instance of VRD under WINE with a script. The WINE debug log says class not registered. Is there a manual way to re-register the com server with regsvr32.exe ? That will let me re-register it and see if there is...
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    VRD 6 vs WINE (linux)

    6.4.86.792 has solved the crash on open of H.264 files. Sayonara Windows.
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    VRD 6 vs WINE (linux)

    Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2600 CPU @ 3.40GHz, so no AVX2. Would that also cause H.264 problems? A minor point but, probably because of missing libraries in WINE, the message of the day doesn't render the HTML, instead I see the raw text. Its not a problem at all really, can't expect everything to...
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    h264 causes crash with mp4, mkv and avi container

    OOO, I wonder if this also solves my WINE crash with H.264.
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    VRD 6 vs WINE (linux)

    I've been eagerly awaiting the v6 beta to see how it goes with WINE. Iniitial feedback is that it works setting the video mode to GDI but only with MPEG2. AVC (H.264) causes a crash. Part of the WINE crash log below, not that it means a lot to me. but it may be failing in the '264 decoder...
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