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    The issue is this entry in the AfterFX export dialog:



    It basically tells Voukoder: "Yes, this export should have an audio track." But it never actually sends audio data. Voukoder then waits (forever) for the first audio data so that it knows when to send the container header. This got introduced with the "tmix" change. Not sure how to solve this ... I might have to kick out the "Change FPS" filter, which makes more or less also the "tmix" filter useless ...


    If you set it to "Audio Output Off" it is working fine.

    As there are some issues with this release I have removed it for now to find the reason for the instabilities.

    Release Notes

    Make sure you are using the latest connector for your application(s). For using NVENC (SDK 9.1) encoders driver version 436.15 or later is required.

    Fixes / Changes

    • Revived the SVT AV1 encoder (still - but a bit less - experimental)
    • Added "temporal mix" + "change fps" video filters
    • Updated libx264 encoder to the latest version
    • Added "prores_aw" encoder
    • Added YUV 4:4:4 (8 bit and 10 bit) support for nvenc_h264 and nvenc_hevc (If the GPU supports it)
    • Added support for timecode tracks (the connector has to provide a timecode)

    Credits

    Thanks to my all supporters by either PayPal, Patreon or BTC. Also thanks alot to the translators.


    Top Patrons

    Gronkh, Schauerland, Terry Mundy, Andreas Martin Aanerud, Michael wooldridge and Chris Woods

    Currently Voukoder only supports Mono, Stereo and 5.1. These are basically hardcoded options in there. In the Voukoder successor I plan to also allow completely custom channel configurations.


    Yes, thats nasty. I already asked BM how to request floating point audio data always and then Voukoder creates the requried sampleformat by itself. No reply so far.

    This is how i tested it:




    3600/3600 = 1 hour

    0/60 = 0 min
    6/1 = 6 s

    (0.4 * 60) / 1 = 24 // timebase is 1/60 ~ 60 fps


    results in 01:00:06:24 (So this is the timeline timecode, i guess)


    How can I reproduce the issues you have found?


    P.S.: I have sent this issue to BM. (Along with the other questions I have). Let's see what their reply is.

    Voukoder 9 - RC2

    RELEASE CANDIDATE - NOT FOR PRODUCTION USE!


    Make sure you are using the latest connector for your application(s). For using NVENC (SDK 9.1) encoders driver version 436.15 or later is required.

    Fixes / Changes

    • Revived the SVT AV1 encoder (still - but a bit less - experimental)
    • Added "temporal mix" + "change fps" video filters
    • Updated libx264 encoder to the latest version
    • Added "prores_aw" encoder
    • Added YUV 4:4:4 (8 bit and 10 bit) support for nvenc_h264 and nvenc_hevc (If the GPU supports it)
    • Added support for timecode tracks (the connector has to provide a timecode)

    Credits

    Thanks to my all supporters by either PayPal, Patreon or BTC. Also thanks alot to the translators.

    Top Patrons

    Gronkh, Schauerland, Terry Mundy, Andreas Martin Aanerud, Michael wooldridge and Chris Woods

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