AV2HDR "duration" problem

wiab4355

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Hi, bit of a problem, hope you can help.

Converted an 84 minute MKV to MPG using Freemake - all OK and checked against AV2HDR's help file regarding source video.

Imported into AV2HDR which reckons the video is only 21 minutes.

It may be something I've done but I can't spot it.

Ian
 
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wiab4355

wiab4355

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Hi all

changed from Freemake to Super C, all OK and looked good in VLC; transferred to HDR and the aspect ratio is now 4x3 (supposed to be 16x9 obviously)!

Help please?

Ian
 

Black Hole

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There is probably some kind of export setting in Super C, or it was written when all TV content was 4:3. The display aspect ratio is a property held in flags at various points within the video file, and can be manipulated if necessary with a utility.
 
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wiab4355

wiab4355

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Hi BH, there are settings for the output; I chose 1280x720 and 16x9 (same as the MKV) so I don't know what else I could have done.

Anyway, what's this utility you mentioned?
 

Black Hole

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You would need to do a search for your specific circumstances. I found one when I needed to change the 4:3 flags on an analogue PVR grab of 16:9 video.

However, as you have specifically configured the export I now doubt that is the problem.

I don't know a great deal about this stuff, just offering what little experience I have in the hope it helps.

Is this any use?:

http://forum.doom9.org/archive/index.php/t-150117.html

"DVDpatcher" rings a bell.
 
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wiab4355

wiab4355

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OK, thanks anyway, will Goggle or something...

My concern is that VLC is displaying it properly (widescreen) so I really don't know where to start. Searches have led to questions from people whose videos don't display properly on their PC/Ipod whatever, whereas mine's fine - just not on my Foxbox
 
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wiab4355

wiab4355

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OK, thanks for the link, but I think the poster's problem is different to mine - he has a converted DVD that plays (on his PC, I assume) in 4x3 instead of 16x9, whereas all (both!) of my 16x9 videos play as 4x3 on the Foxbox.
 
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