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Postby dr-flay » 03 Aug 2013 01:06

I have only recently noticed that most Video files in the library, show the CoDec of "NV12" (which is not a CoDec)
All MPEG1 and 2, MP4 and most FLV files are just showing the first Colour-space available.

Correct info such as AVC1/H.264 would obviously be more desirable.
Also there is no metadata for any Flac or MP4/M4A files.

Also I regularly have to manually change the metadata on EXE files.
If Shareaza does not find any standard data (common with DOS, 16bit, and SFX-archives), it will chose the "Presentation" metadata template, instead of "Application".

Is this a fault with my setup, or something yet to be sorted ?

Oh, and does the version of unrar.dll shipped with Shareaza support the new RAR5 format ?
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Re: CoDec/filetype detection

Postby raspopov » 09 Sep 2013 15:16

dr-flay wrote:I have only recently noticed that most Video files in the library, show the CoDec of "NV12" (which is not a CoDec)
All MPEG1 and 2, MP4 and most FLV files are just showing the first Colour-space available.

Correct info such as AVC1/H.264 would obviously be more desirable.
Also there is no metadata for any Flac or MP4/M4A files.


Fixed in r9299.

dr-flay wrote:Also I regularly have to manually change the metadata on EXE files.
If Shareaza does not find any standard data (common with DOS, 16bit, and SFX-archives), it will chose the "Presentation" metadata template, instead of "Application".

Is this a fault with my setup, or something yet to be sorted ?


Fixed in r9300.

dr-flay wrote:Oh, and does the version of unrar.dll shipped with Shareaza support the new RAR5 format ?


Not yet.
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Re: CoDec/filetype detection

Postby dr-flay » 04 Sep 2014 06:18

(v2.7.6.0)
Hmm. Currently it is "different" but not what I call "better" ;)
I seem to be getting no info (or very limited) for many video files it used to recognise.
I do understand half of this will be the CoDecs I have installed, and so I am going to try removing Haali renderer, and cleaning the remnants of an old Nero install.
I have made Shareaza re-scan the videos and now have most of the dimension and time info, but very few show a CoDec.

My main CoDecs are; FFDShow 32 and 64 bit,
Media Player Classic - Black Edition standalone filters 32 and 64 bit.
Quicktime and Realmedia alternative.

Some of my EXEs that have no info are still showing as a "Presentation" by default. Can someone else look in their library and see if this is common, or just me ;)
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