Last post by Anakunda -
Oops, I was really missing libopusenc library. You're right it's more annoying to build as I see there even references to speex and speexdsp libs. Are so exhaustive linkage necessary? I think speex is now getting deprecated.
Last post by Porcus -
ffprobe found no bitdepth info in what I tried before the original posting, and no bitdepth info in what I tried right now. So whatever ffmpeg writes is not anything ffprobe knows about, and that smells like a bug?
So after the replies from Case and Rollin, I followed up with this test: * MKVToolNix-remuxed the offending .mka into a new .mka. fb2k finds no bit-depth of that. f* fmpeg-remuxed the latter new .mka into .mka. fb2k reports bit-depth. * Tried to use MP3Tag to remove the tags from the new mka. fb2k still reports bit-depth. * Tried to use fb2k to remove tags. fb2k still reports bit-depth.
Tried ffprobe on the result. There are still Matroska chapters with chapter names (= track titles), and - even though it has been through ffmpeg - there is still metadata added by MKVToolnix (like: _STATISTICS_WRITING_APP-eng: mkvmerge v26.0.0 ('In The Game') 64-bit _STATISTICS_WRITING_DATE_UTC-eng: 2018-09-20 15:13:16 and so on).
Thanks for new version. I'm having trubl compiling opus tools. opusenc.c referes headers and symbols like OggOpusEnc which are defined nowhere. Are there missing headers? (opusenc.h)
opus-tools now depends on both the libopusenc library (for encoding) and the opusfile library (for decoding). It's more annoying to build, but it means that it's now easy to get Ogg Opus encoding support without having to call an executable.
Hi. Just registered to answer this 10-year-old question. In short, if anybody still need to get rid of AlbumArtSmall, then one should go to C:\Users\xxx\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Media Player, find "Art Cache" folder and replace it with a file with the same name. That's it, You won't see any trash anymore. Don't tell Microsoft.
Last post by Rollin -
I created mkv with aac audio in ffmpeg 4.0.2 and foobar reported bitdepth as 32. But no bitdepth is reported for mkv created with MKVToolNix. So, yes, it seems that ffmpeg is writing misleading information to the container.