Autorip + Watch folder update

Posted: February 16, 2011 in HandBrake, MakeMKV, Windows

Watchfolder 2.1.0

Fixed issue with Video_TS folders not being encoded.

Improved MKV encoding

 

Autorip 2.1.5

Fixed issue where HB was not encoding correctly.

Comments
  1. Fred says:

    Hey man,
    thanks for the update. I tried it, but now I’m getting:

    Error: The following variable name contains an illegal character:
    X:\dirname\title00.mkv

    Line #
    921: Splitpath,%A_loopfilefullpath%,,,,mkvname

    Obviously I change the path name and drive letter in the line above.

    Thanks again.

    • videoscripts says:

      2 steps forward and 1 step back…. i have fixed that now and uploaded, redownload the zip and try.

      Note – this should only be kicking in if you are ripping TV discs – for a main movie type of rip, this shouldn;t be the case – is that what you are ripping?

  2. Fred says:

    No It’s not a TV disc, it’s a main title. Will give it a whirl and let you know how I make out.

  3. Fred says:

    Had a chance to play with it a bit and it seems to work great!! THANKS! I sent you a cup of coffee. Thanks again!!

  4. Alex says:

    Hi,
    I love your Scripts, but i have one issue left:

    AutoRip seems to write it’s settings successfully, but can’t read them correctly.
    e.g. the Format is always mkv, no matter what I set.

    Also the “Delete temp. MKV file” is always unset.

    Tested on Win 7 X86 AND Win 7 X64

    Thanks in advance

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