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- Sat Mar 17, 2018 6:38 am
- Forum: DGDecNV
- Topic: [SOLVED] DGDenoise needs YV12 input
- Replies: 16
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I haven't encountered any need for DGTelecide, DGDecimate or the bobbers in UHD disks, but I don't do caps so I will politely step back and allow others, Hydra3333 and tormento, voice their yay or nay :scratch: I have really tiny experience with UHD, as I don't own a 4k TV and my trials are just ex...
10/12/16-bit support for my utility filters This, at least 16 bit, as AviSynth+ 16 bit chain is almost complete. 10 bit as a necessary evil as h265 uses it in Main10 profile. CUDA solution for HDR->SDR. I would probably implement Reinhard tone mapping. CUDA solution for HDR->SDR and possibly differ...
gMKVExtractGUI or MKVToolnix GUI @ track 3 there is a F I put to remember it is a forced sub. You can set it on Track Name in right panel of MKVToolnixGUI. More complex Animes have "signs" "speech only" "songs" etc
Please tell your mkvtoolix version and give the exact commandline. No need to use complex command line. It works with CLI too. When you open the correctly named file in mkvmerge GUI and highlight the subtitle track do you see the Delay value in mkvtoolix GUI? No, you can't. As I wrote before you ca...
I might be wrong or there could be a bug in MKVToolNix GUI My money would be that delays in subtitles must be explicitly stated I tried to insert delay on subtitles both as CLI and GUI and both worked, Unfortunately the delay gets lost as subtitles are sparse stream and there is no way to get it ba...
- Wed Mar 07, 2018 11:11 am
- Forum: DGDecNV
- Topic: [RESOLVED] MKV demux support
- Replies: 177
- Views: 940