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    Reorder output scene order

    Hi DanR, I've already had occasion to exercise your solution to this matter, as found in this week's build 797a. Looks like you've sorted this out elegantly, it works well for me. Once again, many thanks!
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    Feature to set encoder parameters to produce stream that matches other one

    Ah, indeed it does, when I test it correctly :-)
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    Feature to set encoder parameters to produce stream that matches other one

    Just noting that maybe the Feature needs to also match the audio encoding, rather than passing it through. Otherwise the joiner might insist on doing it, for example if it finds AAC stereo in the first recording and MPEG Joint Stereo in the new snippet. Ideally also the audio level should be...
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    Feature to set encoder parameters to produce stream that matches other one

    Interesting idea. I've been dealing with this manually up until now. Also sometimes the audio is incompatible, plus the audio levels might be a few dB different.
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    Reorder output scene order

    Sorry, I've always regarded the Description field as an oversized unexplained copy of the filename which I don't mess with. If not, blank would have been better! That said, if "Add the entire scene list" could populate the Description field with "Scene 1", "Scene 2", "Scene 3" etc., each entry...
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    Reorder output scene order

    I was referring to post #14 above, where August12 suggested:- "Or perhaps add a column after 'Duration" in the cut scene list where we can simply enter a number for each scene to represent the numeric order of scene output for each scene? (eg 1, 2, 3 , 4 is as cut, but 1, 4, 2, 3 moves the...
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    Reorder output scene order

    Yes, that sounds useful, especially if August12's extra column was added for scene-ordering. I could see it helping me when I'm taking extracts from one file and splicing them into positions in another file. That happens when I have a new recording but it's missing some scenes, and I elect to...
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    Importing Ad Detective profiles from V5 to V6

    ...Is there a way to do this please?
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    Using Capture Frame for comparison

    cp2, If you are interested, you might like to check out jirim100's interesting post #26 in the following thread:- http://www.videoredo.net/msgBoard/showthread.php?36199-Encoding-to-h-265/page3 jirim100 illustrates how to generate an output video file representing the difference between two...
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    Interlace affecting HEVC aspect ratio

    Here they are, attached.
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    Interlace affecting HEVC aspect ratio

    Hi Dan, thanks for your suggestions. H.264 in VRD6 works just fine. Display is full size on TV, regardless of interlace or not, and regardless of resizing from 720x576 to 1440x1080 or to 1920x1080. My test file had black side bars, so I've re-run all the tests with a different source file...
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    Interlace affecting HEVC aspect ratio

    Same 720x576i input file as before, in VideoRedo V6/791c, encoding to HEVC:- 1. Encoded as 1920x1080, interlaced (no change): Width is 35% (as before), PLUS a superimposed flickering ghost image, wider but shorter and wrapped around 2. Encoded as 1920x1080, deinterlaced auto ...
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    Interlace affecting HEVC aspect ratio

    Using VRD6 beta 791c, I've taken a 720x576 interlaced MPEG-2 off-air movie clip, and I've encoded it in different ways. All at CRF23. All encodes produced the same (correct) aspect ratio when played back in VRD or VLC, however my Samsung UHD telly displayed correct height but different...
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    Audio level compression

    Thanks Dan. Yes that would be great, and I would be more than happy to test and explore it. Regards, TobyW
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    Audio level compression

    Hi DanR, we've been round this one before, so I am disappointed to find that VRD6's audio level compression behaves like VRD5's. In VRD5, I found that audio level compression probably suited recordings of meetings, but I couldn't get it to work for movies. I attach a screenshot comparing VRD6...
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    Output profile editor: Rate-factor controls hiding bit-rate controls

    "CRF should be supported as an option for QS now as well. " OK, thanks.
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    Can users please test the full screen display?

    Hi Dan, The Video driver is Direct3D11. The behaviour is unaffected by settings of Video Driver, Deinterlace, and YUV acceleration. This is repeatable every time for me, provided I precisely follow the steps I described. That is: - Launch VRD6, beta 791c - Load a video (e.g. an SD or HD .mpg...
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    Output profile editor: Rate-factor controls hiding bit-rate controls

    Just a little thing in build 791. Mostly, as one would expect, the CRF Rate-factor controls are visible only when one has selected CRF encoding. However sometimes the Rate factor controls remain visible, after one has abandoned CRF mode such as on switching to QuickSync. In that case, the...
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    Can users please test the full screen display?

    Here is one way to break 791 at full screen, in Windows 7 Premium, 64-bit. Run VRD Version 6.4.85.791 - Apr 5 2019. Load an input video file. Start ad scan in non-interactive mode. Abort ad scan. Now if you stretch the main window (e.g drag a corner), the window contents do not get re-scaled...
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    Saving without teletext subtitle stream

    Thank you Dan.
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