Comskip build 91: Major speed increase

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    Finally I found some time to speed up Comskip
    Here are the results

    Changes in 0.79.91
    - MAJOR SPEED INCREASE! 20% to 45% faster (depending on your CPU) then the previous builds


     
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    Fantastic news!:)
    Sounds great! Will try tomorrow.

    Thanks
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    Thanks Erik, That sounds fantastic. I'll be trying it soon too.

    Cheers,
     
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    Thanks for that hint! Will try too...
     
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    Any one else facing problems with recognition of commercials with this version? I am having the problem now that it often (about one time on a recording of 2 hours) recognize the movie as commercial and skips about 30 minutes (until the next commercial ends), e.g. Com1 at 0.15-0.20, Movie Part2 at 0.20-0.40, Com2 at 0.40-045 and Comskip sets next point at 0.40, not at 0.20.
     
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    Could you set
    output_framearray=1
    in comskip.ini and drag and drop the recording on comskip.exe for reprocessing and mail me the generated .csv file?
    If possible include in the mail the start and stop frame numbers of the commercials as you would like them to be recorgnized.
     
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    Hey erik,

    thanks for your help here. Unfortunately I have deleted the recording already. Will test now further with that .csv creation and report back if its still a problem for me. What sounds strange to me is, that I have set max_commercialbreak=600, so comskip shouldnt allow a com-break longer as 10 minutes, correct?
     
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    Indeed, so I need to have a look.
    Do keep in mind that some of the global heuristics like remove_show_before or after... can delete larger parts.
    I do this because some people record with considerable pre and post padding.
    Specially on a 2 hour recording this could be up to 15 minutes. Maybe I need to change this.
    So do test a 2 hour recording!
     
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    Since I am using the MP-plugin it is still possible that there any MP-related issues. Maybe after an SVN-Update my remote-mapping isn't working as it should. So please dont do too much work until I have really confirmed an issue. I just saw it on last few recordings and that was after the comskip-update. Maybe its related to something else...
     
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