Forum: Windows 7: Media Center & OS
Last Reply: markc3012 (May 24 2013 05:27 PM)
Forum: Windows Media Center Plugins & Addons
Last Reply: makryger (May 24 2013 06:19 AM)
Disk Boot Error No Hard Drives Showing Advice Needed
markc3012 - May 24 2013 03:37 PM
Simple process for retuning?
antman68 - May 22 2013 08:46 PM
My Channel Logos XL!
makryger - May 22 2013 03:58 PM
Credit Card Fraud
logifuse - May 22 2013 01:06 AM
Live TV on the Xbox One
ipguy - May 21 2013 10:33 PM
Automatically Offset Comskip begin-end
Posted 04 July 2012 - 06:06 PM
Posted 04 July 2012 - 06:13 PM
Padding=2 will buffer each end with 2 seconds. That would take care of your 2 second cutting into the show at the end, but then you would have 4 seconds extra at the beginning thus the remove_before=4
Posted 05 July 2012 - 05:42 AM
Try settings ForceEDLP=true in your profiles.conf and see if that helps (refer to doc).
Posted 05 July 2012 - 05:48 AM
With v2.2.3 it is converting a better quality and compensating for irregularities in the video better. The one item I have not been able to fix is Comskip consistently starts the edit 2 seconds after the commercials start and ends 2 seconds into the returning show. Is there a way in the INI to tell Comskip to always begin edit 2 seconds sooner than it thinks it should and end edit 2 seconds sooner than it presently is... or some other recommended way to get it to start stop 2 seconds sooner?
Yes there is a way to offset the Comskip timings. Insert edl_offset=xx into your comskip.ini; where xx=the number of frames subtracted from the videoredo cut time output, use negative numbers to shift to later.
For example, if your video is at 30 fps, edl_offset=-120 will shift the editing of the commercial by 4 seconds. In this example Comskip will start cutting the commercial 4 seconds later and end the commercial cut 4 seconds later.
In your case, edl_offset=60 will tell Comskip to begin the edit 2 seconds earlier and end 2 seconds earlier; assuming your video is at 30 fps.