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SolveigMM HyperCam / Re: Home vs Business version?
« on: April 07, 2018, 11:29:33 PM »
Thank you, that was the most comprehensive answer it could be.

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SolveigMM HyperCam / Home vs Business version?
« on: April 01, 2018, 11:11:29 PM »
Planning to buy HyperCam and I wonder what's the difference in functionality between Home and Business versions, if there is one? Your website description is not clear about that.

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SolveigMM Video Splitter / Re: Request for AAC support
« on: March 29, 2018, 04:12:35 PM »
Good to hear. Thanks.

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SolveigMM Video Splitter / Re: Opus codec
« on: March 29, 2018, 04:11:32 PM »
Thank you.

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SolveigMM Video Splitter / Re: Cant' add any audio
« on: March 29, 2018, 04:10:11 PM »
Oh, I was sure that Video Splitter does not only demuxing, but multiplexing as well. I would say that now it's a top desired feature than. If users could do remuxing inside Video Splitter, the software would get to a whole another level. It fits a concept so well, that I was sure it's already there.

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SolveigMM Video Splitter / Opus codec
« on: March 26, 2018, 09:34:43 PM »
When I try to add opus file to the timeline I get a pop-up that codec is not found and that I can fix that by installing it to the system. How to install Opus codec into Windows? Can't find any proper information. Found only this: https://github.com/meew0/discordrb/wiki/Installing-libopus. Tried to copy dll file to system32 folder, but it didn't work.

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SolveigMM Video Splitter / Cant' add any audio
« on: March 26, 2018, 08:46:28 PM »
I have an mp4 file without audio stream and trying to add an audio, but regardless of what I feed the software with it says the same: Some files were ignored because of unmatched content with existing in the list. I suppose that at least an mp3 format have to fit, but it doesn't as well. Tried different files and bitrates. What to do?

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SolveigMM Video Splitter / Request for AAC support
« on: March 26, 2018, 08:09:06 PM »
I was surprised when figured out that Video Splitter doesn't support AAC files import (while it does support the output). It's a very common audio format nowadays. Is it proprietary or something, that you can't legally support it? If not, than it's a top desirable feature. Also FLAC support would be helpful.

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I use Tools > Slicing.

Sorry for link being broken. Here it goes again. http://1drv.ms/1RbcLn5
I compressed the footage, so now it's somewhat smaller.

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Olga, thank you for fast response. I understand all your explanations, but you missed one thing in your reply.

Why joining exactly same slices made by your software from my original input video each time produces output files with different size (but equal size on disk)? Also, take a notice that if I cut let's say first 5 minutes of my original input file with your software, than slice this 5 min file into pieces and join them back I will not get same size, while both files are produced by your software with your algorithms and by logic should be equal size.

Any ideas?

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Just to make sure you get me right:

Slicing original video file than joining slices back produce smaller output file than original input.
Joining same slices of original video again and again each time produces output files with different size, but equal size on disk.
After that slicing already rejoined video and joining it back again and again each time produce output files with same size as expected.

I have multiple files I want to slice, and slicing & joining any of them give same improper result.

Here's the link to the smallest one (though it's 5Gb):
https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=501FA25B75FA2E06!75047&authkey=!AE-j8qsLrOVYDsI&ithint=video%2cavi

File properties by MediaInfo:

Format: AVI
Format/Info: Audio Video Interleave
Commercial name: DVCPRO
Format profile: OpenDML
File size: 4.94 GiB
Duration: 23mn 9s
Overall bit rate mode: Constant
Overall bit rate: 30.5 Mbps

Video
ID: 0
Format: DV
Commercial name: DVCPRO
Codec ID: dvsd
Codec ID/Hint: Sony
Duration: 23mn 9s
Bit rate mode: Constant
Bit rate: 24.4 Mbps
Encoded bit rate: 28.8 Mbps
Width: 720 pixels
Height: 576 pixels
Display aspect ratio: 4:3
Frame rate mode: Constant
Frame rate: 25.000 fps
Standard: PAL
Color space: YUV
Chroma subsampling: 4:2:0
Bit depth: 8 bits
Scan type: Interlaced
Scan order: Bottom Field First
Compression mode: Lossy
Bits/(Pixel*Frame): 2.357
Stream size: 4.66 GiB (94%)

Audio
ID: 1
Format: PCM
Format settings, Endianness: Little
Format settings, Sign: Signed
Codec ID: 1
Duration: 23mn 9s
Bit rate mode: Constant
Bit rate: 1 536 Kbps
Channel(s): 2 channels
Sampling rate: 48.0 KHz
Bit depth: 16 bits
Stream size: 254 MiB (5%)
Alignment: Aligned on interleaves
Interleave, duration: 10 ms (0.25 video frame)
Interleave, preload duration: 2990 ms

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Windows 8.1
SolveigMM Video Splitter 5.2.1512.16
Input file: AVI DVXPRO (dvsd)

After slicing my original input file and joining slices back my original file size and rejoined file size don't match. Rejoined file is somewhat smaller than original. I can't notice any visual or audio differences between original and rejoined files when I playback both. Checking both files with MediaInfo showed that rejoined file is missing "Interleave, preload duration: 2990 ms" property. Tried to google it, but couldn't find what this property is about. Can you clarify this for me please? Why sizes differ and what's the function of "interleave preload duration"?

I did some testing and there are a few more things you might want to know: multiple runs of joining same input slices back give me different output "file size" values, while there's really strange thing happening - their "file size on disk" values are exactly the same. Probably it's somehow related to disk write process.

There's even more strange thing: slicing once again already rejoined file and joining it back again always give files of the same size.

Slicing original file with same parameters (for example by duration) always produce slices that are exactly same size in term of slicing instances.

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