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Offline Maxim.Sakhankov

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Re: AVI frame accuracy trimming. Testing
« Reply #13 on: July 15, 2010, 06:58:38 AM »
pallab,
ok, we will check that.

Thanks for your assistance.

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Re: AVI frame accuracy trimming. Testing
« Reply #12 on: July 15, 2010, 01:14:58 AM »
Thanks for the update.

However, I am noticing some stability issues with trimming .wmv files with each of these beta versions (i.e. after 2.2.1005.4). Both Trim & Save All Fragments operations can freeze unexpectedly, sometimes even for the first .wmv that is opened, and I have to terminate the instance.

When I revert back to the stable version (2.2.1005.4) I do not see these issues.

It is possible that the changes that have been submitted since this version need some regression testing to ensure the existing functionality is not affected. :-)

Essentially for each of the beta updates (3 so far, including the latest version 2.3.1007.13) I have had to uninstall and revert back to the stable version 2.2.1005.4 as I am primarily working with .wmv files.

Please investigate this if possible. I am using Vista Ultimate SP2 x64 on an Intel Quad Q9650 @ 3 GHz, 8 GB RAM if that helps.

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Re: AVI frame accuracy trimming. Testing
« Reply #11 on: July 13, 2010, 10:46:37 AM »
An update has been posted.

I think the clip size (reported in the bottom left-hand corner) is not updated after the first clip.

E.g. Open clip A with length 20 mins. Clip length of 20 mins is reported.
      Open clip B with length 25 mins. Clip length of 20 mins is reported.
      Open clip C with length 15 mins. Clip length of 20 mins is reported.
 
I am using version 2.2.1006.29 from the link above.
I have noticed an issue if I open a file of type A, trim it, then open a file of type B (different from File A) and try to trim it.

For example:

  1. Open File A (.wmv for example)
  2. Perform a Trim operation (successful)
  3. Open File B (different type from File A - e.g. xvid or .avi)
  4. Select parts to split (ok)
  5. Attempt to perform a Trim operation - unsuccessful with following error:

       Can't start trim process ( HRESULT:0xc00d0026 ).

If I close the Splitter instance, open a new instance and perform the splitting operation on File B it is successful.

Please see if this issue can be reproduced?

These problems should be solved in an updated version.

escobar,
First of all please download the new version(link is the same, posted in a topic start). If it doesnt solve the problem, please do the following:
1. Enable logging. Download the logging.zip from here: http://solveigmm.com/files/logging.zip and extract it. Inside you'll find 2 files that would enable and disable log-writing accordingly.
2. Right-click the Enable.reg and choose Merge to add an information to registry. Now the log-file would be written and placed in the same directory where the SMMVSplitter.exe is(it is called SMMVSplitter.exeinstance.log).
3. Reproduce the error and send the resulting log file to our support(support address can be found here http://solveigmm.com/?Support&id=Feedback ) or to me directly. In your letter do not forget to point the installation version you use.

When you no longer need logging disable it (repeat steps 1-2 using file Disable.reg instead)
« Last Edit: July 13, 2010, 10:52:37 AM by Maxim.Sakhankov »

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Re: AVI frame accuracy trimming. Testing
« Reply #10 on: July 10, 2010, 09:20:36 AM »
Hello,

I found your forum when searching for a frame-accurate way of splitting AVI's, retaining as much lossless as possible.
Then I found this topic, & downloaded your software.
I've installed it, and noticed a possible bug.

There might be a possible conflict with the K-Lite Mega Codec pack:
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http://www.codecguide.com/download_k-lite_codec_pack_mega.htm
Problem: While opening any video (wmv, asf, or avi) in SolveigMM, the program will crash.
In detail, I will explain:
- Open SolveigMM
- Choose "Open Media File"
- Select video and press "Open"
- SolveigMM will attempt to open the video, fail, then exit without warning.

Possible Cause: When K-Lite Mega Codec Pack is not present, SolveigMM loads videos perfectly.
In detail, I will explain:
- Before K-Lite, I have "MainConcept Reference", "QuickTime Pro", & "Divx Plus" installed.
- With this environment, SolveigMM beta works perfectly.
- But then I install K-Lite Mega, & SolveigMM experiences the problem.
- Here are the K-Lite Mega settings used during installation:




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Re: AVI frame accuracy trimming. Testing
« Reply #9 on: July 07, 2010, 03:24:14 PM »
I have noticed an issue if I open a file of type A, trim it, then open a file of type B (different from File A) and try to trim it.

For example:

  1. Open File A (.wmv for example)
  2. Perform a Trim operation (successful)
  3. Open File B (different type from File A - e.g. xvid or .avi)
  4. Select parts to split (ok)
  5. Attempt to perform a Trim operation - unsuccessful with following error:

       Can't start trim process ( HRESULT:0xc00d0026 ).

If I close the Splitter instance, open a new instance and perform the splitting operation on File B it is successful.

Please see if this issue can be reproduced?

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Re: AVI frame accuracy trimming. Testing
« Reply #8 on: July 06, 2010, 11:50:38 PM »
A small feature request.

Is it possible to include a volume level slider in the preview window?

I sometimes have multiple media applications running on my PC (e.g. vlc & video splitter) and it would be useful to be able to adjust the volume level for video splitter application to balance against the other apps.

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Re: AVI frame accuracy trimming. Testing
« Reply #7 on: July 06, 2010, 10:50:05 PM »
I think the clip size (reported in the bottom left-hand corner) is not updated after the first clip.

E.g. Open clip A with length 20 mins. Clip length of 20 mins is reported.
      Open clip B with length 25 mins. Clip length of 20 mins is reported.
      Open clip C with length 15 mins. Clip length of 20 mins is reported.
 
I am using version 2.2.1006.29 from the link above.

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Re: AVI frame accuracy trimming. Testing
« Reply #6 on: June 29, 2010, 08:30:54 AM »
Thank you all for the feedback. We've found the reason of error with KeyFrameManager.
An update has been posted. Please download the new version.

(use the link from the first post)
« Last Edit: June 29, 2010, 09:25:18 AM by Maxim.Sakhankov »

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Re: AVI frame accuracy trimming. Testing
« Reply #5 on: June 27, 2010, 08:49:20 PM »
This is what I get after loading a WMV file. What am I missing?


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Re: AVI frame accuracy trimming. Testing
« Reply #4 on: June 25, 2010, 03:13:25 AM »
Update to my previous post - it seems to take the duration of the first wmv file correctly, and then retains this for subsequent wmv files.

E.g. File A is 20 mins, file B is 15 mins, file C is 25 mins.
1. Open file A, length is reported correctly
2. Open file B, length is reported as 20 mins even though it is only 15 mins
3. Open file C, length is reported as 20 mins even though it is 25 mins

I am opening the files in the same session (after I finish trimming the previous one, but without closing it explicitly).

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Re: AVI frame accuracy trimming. Testing
« Reply #3 on: June 25, 2010, 02:46:18 AM »
One more thing I noticed is the file length for wmv files seems to be reported as bigger than it is - 1hr06min18secs is reported when actual wmv file is 12min38sec.

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Re: AVI frame accuracy trimming. Testing
« Reply #2 on: June 25, 2010, 02:16:23 AM »
Hi Dmitry,

  I updated to this beta version. I haven't used an avi file yet, but when I open a wmv file i get the following error message.

    Can't init KeyFrame Manager
    Class not registered
    HRESULT:0x80040154

  However, if I click OK and continue I can play the file and trimming operations are successful. Maybe this is a false alarm?

  This message repeats if I open another wmv file.


 

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AVI frame accuracy trimming. Testing
« Reply #1 on: June 24, 2010, 05:08:35 PM »
Hi all,

Preliminary alpha version with the feature of AVI files trimming with frame accuracy (only some frames are re-encoded, other 99% is kept originaly)

http://solveigmm.com/files/SolveigMM_Video_Splitter_2_3_beta.zip

How to use it.

Load your AVI file.

To switch the frame accuracy mode, locate Frame Accuracy menu item:



If appropreate encoder/decoder is installed on the PC, the item should be switched with no errors.
Otherwise it has to deliver a message what is missed.

Available Decoders/Encoders can ve viewed through Preferences:



We appretiate any feedback and/or bug reports.

Russian topic is here: http://www.solveigmm.com/forum/index.php?topic=3007.0
« Last Edit: October 26, 2010, 04:49:19 PM by Dmitry Vergeles »
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Dmitry Vergeles
Solveig Multimedia