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DVRMSToolbox 1.2.1.7 - Public Release

Version 1.2.1.7

- FW logs to a single file per process
- ConvertVideoFile uses system clock
- ConvertVideoFile can skip commercials (experimental)
- ConvertVideoFile supports MPEG if AVIVO is installed
- added MetadataWait action to create metadata (i.e. start/end time) based waits, can be used with ticks and string based time values. UTC is assumed
- fixed time based localization bugs when converting sage xml metadata
- Add media type (codec, frame size, audio channels, etc) information from non-sbe files to metadata
- added setting for video file filters in open/save file dialogs (registry only)
- added setting to have FW watch recursively
- FW cleanup supports ext appends (file.mpg.ext)
- if UseSage = true, RecordedTV path will no longer return the MC recorded tv path
- if UseSage = true, WatchedTV path will no longer return the MC watched tv path
- ConvertVideoFile should work on files that are currently recording
- Fixed a bug in media type retrieval for recording files
- ConvertVideoFile attempts to connect preferred filters directly instead of relying on IC
- Add .wtv to default video types used by the FW
- Add .wtv to the default watched types used by the FW
- Compile downloadfile.exe for x86
- Installer fixes
- Moved addins to separate installers
- Added MetaDataTest action

x86 | x64 | Source  | 7MC addin | VMC addin 

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May 22, 2009 6:28 PM
 

pointlisse said:

Andy -- does ConvertVideoFile depricate all other conversion processes? Very impressed with all the configuration choices... wondering if I need to rethink all my conversion profiles?

May 22, 2009 8:48 PM
 

babgvant said:

I've been using it w/ a lot of success with the h.264 / xvid conversions -> mkv so it's worth a look, but nothing is deprecated yet.

May 22, 2009 9:06 PM
 

Coyote said:

Can ConvertVideoFile take a .WTV file as input? If so, and it can handle files that are currently recording, it might be possible to make it dump to DVR-MS or MPEG streams and kick off comskip-live on them.

May 27, 2009 11:27 AM
 

babgvant said:

i haven't tested it with wtv (dvr-ms only got a once over); doubt that it will work.

SAV1 supports wtv scanning, why bother with a container swap?

May 27, 2009 11:41 AM
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