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Bugfix no update of Time in destination Filename

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If you change some encoding parameters and start encoding again, the time in the filename is not updated and the older file will be owerwritten.
In those case its not possible to compare the files.
Time will change, if you reload the file for encoding, and then change the parameters.

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RandomEngy wrote Sep 2, 2011 at 9:04 PM

Interesting. Currently it just refreshes the file name when certain things change. This would mean refreshing for everything. Or delaying the refresh until the actual item is queued. That would be kind of weird since you'd see a certain value as the file name but it would have something different as soon as you hit the "go" button. Unless you updated the time continuously, hah. Anyway I'll look into this.

Timo_T wrote Sep 4, 2011 at 12:57 AM

I found out, when you have the quality displayed in the filename, and you change the quality, it will immediately update quality and time, but when you change other parameters like psychovisual trellis, it don't update the name at all. I did this for test purpose and did not store the file to the queue, just let it run coding it. And when I checked the file ups, where is the old file? Its overwritten.

RandomEngy wrote Sep 14, 2011 at 3:41 PM

Decided not to fix this right now... I did add the capability to automatically rename conflicting files, so that may help you with your problems of overwriting files.