Comskip for Linux released

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Asharad Offline
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(2014-11-10 18:48)menno Wrote:  Can we rebuild a linux version off the latest windows?

I started to do this last week, but it is a tremendous amount of code.
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You're the best! Keep us posted!
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I have comskip up and running and post processing my recordings, creating EDL and TXT files, located in the same directory as the recording with the same name.

Whats the current state of support in XBMC for skipping are .txt file required or will it use the EDL files?

the wiki is unclear as it states that .txt files are required for comskip.

http://kodi.wiki/view/Edit_decision_list#Comskip

Also my ini file is the default file and is not flagging commercials as i would have hoped. TV is New Zealand if anyone has a updated comskip.ini file that i could try?
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(2014-11-10 15:59)menno Wrote:  I wanted to use a logo file earlier generated from a show called Grand Desgins. Because
if i looked to that logo.txt it's much better than the one generated from Speed with Guy Martin.
I renamed Grand Designs.logo.txt to Channel_4.logo.txt
and ran
comskip --logo Channel_4.logo txt "Speed with Guy Martin.mkv"
I use the linux version.

I get this error;

Using Speed with Guy Martin.logo.txt for logo data.
terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::out_of_range'
what(): x exceeds max width
Aborted


What is wrong?
Also I am very new to this, and I wonder why no logo files and ini's per channel are widely available..
are we all trying to re-invent our own wheels?

0.93i has been released. 0.93i tries to avoid aborts due to faulty input.

Keep in mind that those std::out_of_range errors are caused by input files that are damaged.

logo files are dynamic....they will not match closely enough between episodes to be reusable. Using custom ini's per program/channel on the other hand may be useful.

I'm just starting work on 0.94 to fix issues that i know exist in 0.93.
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(2014-11-13 11:55)cbxbiker61 Wrote:  
(2014-11-10 15:59)menno Wrote:  I wanted to use a logo file earlier generated from a show called Grand Desgins. Because
if i looked to that logo.txt it's much better than the one generated from Speed with Guy Martin.
I renamed Grand Designs.logo.txt to Channel_4.logo.txt
and ran
comskip --logo Channel_4.logo txt "Speed with Guy Martin.mkv"
I use the linux version.

I get this error;

Using Speed with Guy Martin.logo.txt for logo data.
terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::out_of_range'
what(): x exceeds max width
Aborted


What is wrong?
Also I am very new to this, and I wonder why no logo files and ini's per channel are widely available..
are we all trying to re-invent our own wheels?

0.93i has been released. 0.93i tries to avoid aborts due to faulty input.

Keep in mind that those std::out_of_range errors are caused by input files that are damaged.

logo files are dynamic....they will not match closely enough between episodes to be reusable. Using custom ini's per program/channel on the other hand may be useful.

I'm just starting work on 0.94 to fix issues that i know exist in 0.93.

Ok thanks, are you working together with Asharad?
I would suggest you do a regression test against the latest windows version to see if you guys are up to par!

Any place to donate?
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Asharad Offline
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(2014-11-13 23:34)menno Wrote:  Ok thanks, are you working together with Asharad?

Eh, no. I'm not doing anything. I said I started to look at it, and then quickly ran the other direction in fear. Sorry if I misled you.
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