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Wireless keyboard and mouse, this way I can recline back and work.
I am 5 to 6 feet away from the screen
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Fixed font size issue in settings


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>Change high DPI settings
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I don't know what those options do exactly, but they shouldn't be necessary. AFAIK, they are intended for non-DPI-aware applications. What's it doing to the video sizing?
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Video sizing is fine and zoom works properly
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Don't know if it makes a difference but I have HDR setting on in Windows
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OK, thank you, I'll look into it. HDR on is fine.
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Those settings seems to affect the GUI appearance but not the functionality
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No, it's messing up the video size. For example, open a 1920x1080 video on a UHD monitor and set zoom 1/2. The video width will take up more than 1/2 the screen. If you wanted to go this route I needn't have bothered to implement DPI awareness. But then you would not have accurate video sizes. I do not recommend the use of these options, and warn that unexpected/undefined behavior will result, including possible crashes.
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I have reset it and its now running as intended.
Overall I have no problem with the font size, its only when I want to change the default save path that I have an issue.
I have to get closer to the tv to see what I am editing, and I have different save folders for 4K, BD, DVD
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Looks fine to me but I suppose it is subjective. Not planning to change anything.
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Variable frame rate

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Would you put some effort in making DGIndexNV to support variable frame rate video (usually mp4 but mkv too), creating a timestamps.txt file to be used in Matroska while indexing?

Example: https://send.cm/d/78Yq (valid 7 days)
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OK. Please provide a timestamps.txt file as needed for the sample you gave.

How are you currently creating this file?
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Rocky wrote:
Tue Dec 28, 2021 10:56 am
OK. Please provide a timestamps.txt file as needed for the sample you gave. How are you currently creating this file?
Well, I am not, at least not from MP4.

On MKV, you simply extract the existing one with

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mkvextract "movie.mkv" timestamps_v2 1:timestamps_track1.txt
My request was exactly to create a timestamps file, according to MKV specifications, from a variable frame rate video while indexing it and evaluating every frame time stamp, so that we can create a VFR MKV after encoding it.
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Link me to a sample timestamps.txt file, or the MKV spec for it. Without that, can't do anything.
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Rocky wrote:
Tue Dec 28, 2021 1:30 pm
Link me to a sample timestamps.txt file, or the MKV spec for it. I'm not going on wild goose chases.
Ok, let me create one for you.

In the mean time, you can use ffprobe to display the presentation time stamp (PTS) of every 'packet' in a MP4.

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ffprobe -show_entries packet=pts_time,duration_time,stream_index file.mp4
Here the specifications of external timestamps. AFAIK, v2 are the most used ones:

https://mkvtoolnix.download/doc/mkvmerg ... tamp_files
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Rocky wrote:
Tue Dec 28, 2021 1:34 pm
Why would I want to do that?
As first iteration to have an idea of "timestamps" for mp4.

Specifications have been added to previous message.
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OK, thank you.
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Rocky wrote:
Tue Dec 28, 2021 1:51 pm
OK, thank you.
As per gentle help on MKVToolnix thread, I have found this repo https://github.com/nu774/mp4fpsmod with sources to extract timestamps from mp4 files.
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Great, then I needn't do anything. ;)
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Episode indexing and demuxing

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Could you please introduce the same episode demuxing capability of DGDemux to DGIndexNV?

With multiple DGI and AVS too of course.

Thanks ;)
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OK, seems reasonable.
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Rocky wrote:
Fri Mar 25, 2022 12:10 pm
OK, seems reasonable.
I would add: there are some other episodic series where there is a m2ts only and the episodes are marked by chapters only.

It just happened to me, as I have bought the original japanese Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood BD box and there are multiple episodes per m2ts, with each episode composed by some chapters.

If DGindex could read chapters, when fed with mpls, show them as lines on the time bar and allow us to precisely move the time cursor to those lines (by two more additional buttors - back and forth), we could very easily select the episode span we need and export che correctly cut DGI, AVS, audio and sub tracks.

In DGDemux it would be impossibile, as there is no visual feedback, but in DGindex it would be really useful.
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Prid quo pro. Qrid. You know. Anyway, you give up your granny's radios and we do the episodes thing.
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For tracking: implement DG version of BM3DCUDA.
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Bullwinkle wrote:
Wed Mar 30, 2022 7:14 pm
Prid quo pro. Qrid. You know. Anyway, you give up your granny's radios and we do the episodes thing.
Remember you would have to mod them to accept the lame US 110V 60Hz instead of the uber EU 240V 50Hz. :D
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Rocky wrote:
Fri Apr 01, 2022 8:00 am
For tracking: implement DG version of BM3DCUDA.
:agree:
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