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Video Splitter / Re: Time step size
« on: May 11, 2022, 12:29:13 PM »
Perhaps you missed this real question, in amongst all the spam. For the creator of this software, it should be an easy enough question to answer for a paying customer.

Video Splitter / Time step size
« on: May 07, 2022, 01:35:59 PM »
The Jump Forward To and Jump Backward To hotkeys are documented as having an adjustable time, with a default of 2 minutes. How do you change this? I don't care if it involves manually editing XML or editing the registry, 2 minutes is not useful to me.

Video Splitter / Too few K frames in .mp4 output from 6.1?
« on: December 14, 2016, 03:39:27 AM »
I just upgraded from 6.0.1608.10 to 6.1.1611.25. On .mp4 files, I'm having some significant problems:

1) The output file now seems to have far fewer K frames (I'm guessing) than 6.0 produced. When I open the output file in Media Player Classic Home Cinema or VLC, and try to position somewhere in the middle of the file, it often sits there for 10 seconds with the timer counting up, before it finally begins to show the video. In the older version, I could position around at will, and the proper video would appear within a fraction of a second. I've gone back to the 6.0 version (which unfortunately resurrects some other bugs), and redid the same videos, and the results are fine now.

2) When moving around in the timeline, in 6.1 I often see a gray "ghost" image, as if there was no K frame available, so it tried to apply the relative frame on top of a solid gray frame. This never seems to appear in the resulting output file, though, but I suspect it's related to problem 1.

3) When I open a file in the timeline, it takes a loooooong time for the thumbnails to appear. Sometimes, it takes ten or twenty seconds between thumbnails, during which time the CPU usage is zero. In 6.0, they appear at a rate of about one per second (on a fast machine).

It looks like something major has changed in the algorithm for generating the output file, at least for .mp4 files, and it's buggy. In the meantime, I'm sticking to 6.0.

Video Splitter / Bug report
« on: October 31, 2016, 02:18:45 PM »
Removing a file from the input list doesn't close the file. You can't delete the file in another program until you close Video Splitter.

Video Splitter / Bug report
« on: October 31, 2016, 02:02:26 PM »
The "Save Media File As" function isn't obeying the "Output folder settings" preference. It's always popping up the last output folder.

Video Splitter / Re: Version 6 bugs and functionality issues
« on: July 31, 2016, 06:50:53 AM »

Space bar starts playback, but doesn't pause it--you have to click the pause button. How could you miss that?

When configured to save the media file in the same folder that the original file came from, it saves in the folder of the previous file worked on.

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