Profiles Descriptions Incorrect


The descriptions of the profiles don't match the outputs they create.

For example the MKV profiles create a main 4 profile instead of the mentioned high 4.1


rboy1 wrote Mar 11 at 12:57 PM

Please attach your conversion log.

hdmafia wrote Mar 11 at 3:32 PM

Not sure why this is needed as its not an issue specific to my install.

rboy1 wrote Mar 11 at 4:58 PM

The conversion logs shows what happened during the conversion process and the details of the final output file. We can't replicated it so we always ask for the conversion log to debug any issue.

hdmafia wrote Mar 12 at 5:08 AM

I think this is what you wanted,


rboy1 wrote Mar 12 at 2:24 PM

Yes but it's incomplete. Please upload the complete log.

hdmafia wrote Mar 13 at 12:03 PM

rboy1 wrote Mar 13 at 12:59 PM

Conversion log please, not mcebuddy.log

hdmafia wrote Mar 13 at 1:22 PM

Not sure where the other log is meant to be found. There is only one log in that dir.

rboy1 wrote Mar 13 at 7:03 PM

It will be in the same logs directory. Make sure you've enabled logging in the MCEBuddy Settings page and it's set to Debug logs.

hdmafia wrote Mar 14 at 4:30 AM

rboy1 wrote Mar 14 at 12:45 PM

You're using the MKV Normal profile. The description states
"High profile, good quality 1 pass MKV (H.264/AC3). Good for most conversions. Produces good results and is faster than the two pass conversion."

The profile specifies a level of 4.0 which is what the output also delivers:
Where do you see the description stating level 4.1?

hdmafia wrote Mar 15 at 5:23 AM

Regardless of the level, the descriptions states high profile, (which is usually at level 4.1). The output actually ends up being main profile (level 4.0) which is incorrect.

rboy1 wrote Mar 15 at 2:38 PM

Got it. Thanks for pointing it out. Will correct it to say 4.0 level

hdmafia wrote Mar 16 at 5:34 AM

You will also need to take out the part that says high profile and change it to main profile.

I also guess that mp4 is exactly the same and will need to be changed.

hdmafia wrote Mar 17 at 6:12 AM

Just confirmed, MP4 and M4V descriptions also are incorrect with the output they produce. Main and Baseline respectively.