|ADD VIDEOSOURCE||Concatenates all selected video source files to one video source||1.12|
|CLEAR||Removes all loaded files from the list boxes||1.12|
|DESELECT [ FILE | AUDIO ] n||Mark the n-th source file / audio stream as not selected. Use n = 0 to refer to all||1.13|
|LANGUAGE s||Set the language of the GUI to s. A corresponding language file is of course required. s has to be the name of the language, indicated in the NAME section of the corresponding language file.||1.15|
|LOAD filename||Loads the specified file. The file name must be absolute till 1.15.2, and can be relative from 1.15.3 on.
Thisname must be absolute till 1.15.2, and can be relative from 1.15.3 on.
This can also be another script file.
This command can cause an infinite recursive call, crashing the program, when used improperly or with foul intention (file a loads file b, file b loads file a)!
|1.12 / 1.15.3|
|SELECT [ FILE | AUDIO ] n||Mark the n-th source file / audio stream as selected. Use n = 0 to refer to all||1.12|
|START name||Starts a muxing process using the output file name name||1.14.1|
|Within that block, expr is added to the beginning of each line. You can nest these blocks.||1.15|
|SET INPUT OPTIONS||Following SET OPTION instructions refer to input options.||1.12|
|SET OPTION USE CACHE n||When n = 1, a cache will be used to improve reading performance of source files.
This option is applied to any files loaded afterwards.
|SET OPTION AVI FORCE MP3VBR n||MP3 streams in AVI files will always be considered VBR when adding a video source when n = 1||1.12|
|SET OPTION AVI FIXDX50 n||biCompression - values of DX50 will be fixed to divx if n = 1||1.12|
|SET OPTION AVI IGNLCHUNKS [ ON | OFF | n ]||Select whether or not large chunks shall be ignored (using ON / OFF), or select the size beginning from which a chunk is considered large, measured in kBytes||1.15|
|SET OPTION AVI TRY2FIXLCHUNKS n||Select whether or not large chunks shall be fixed if only the index is broken, but not the chunk header itself.||1.15|
|SET OPTION CHAPTERS IMPORT n||Select whether or not chapters from source files shall be imported||1.15|
|SET OPTION CHAPTERS FROMFILENAM||SET OPTION CHAPTERS FROMFILENAMES n||Select whether or not chapters shall be created from source file names. If chapters
are imported as well, they will be added as subchapters.
This option is only applied if a video source is added which consists of more than one Matroska source file.
|SET OPTION M2F2 CRC n||n = 1 activates CRC-check for Mode 2 Form 2 - Sources loaded afterwards||1.12|
|SET OPTION MP3 VERIFY CBR [ NEVER | ASK | ALWAYS ]||Select the behaviour of AVI-Mux GUI when loading MP3 files of which the beginning looks like CBR||1.12|
|SET OPTION MP3 VERIFY RESDLG [ 1 | 0 ]||Selects whether the result of checking an MP3 file which looks like CBR is to be displayed in a window||1.12|
|SET OUTPUT OPTIONS||Following SET OPTION instructions refer to output options.||1.12|
|SET OPTION ALL AUDIO n||Use n = 1 to use all audio streams, regardless of the selection||1.12|
|SET OPTION ALL SUBTITLES n||Use n = 1 to use all subtitle streams, regardless of the selection||1.13|
|SET OPTION AUDIO INTERLEAVE n [ KB | FR ]||Set the audio interleave to n kBytes or frames||1.12|
|SET OPTION [ AUDIO | VIDEO | SUBTITLE ] NAME s n||Set the name of the s-th audio stream to n.||1.14|
|SET OPTION [ AUDIO | VIDEO | SUBTITLE ] LNGCODE s n||Set the language code of the s-th audio stream to n.||1.14|
|SET OPTION [ AUDIO | VIDEO | SUBTITLE ] NAMEEX n lngcode title||This option refers to the n-th stream of the indicated type (audio, video, subtitle). When lngcode equals "*", all applied stream titles are erased. Otherwise, the title equals "*", all applied stream titles are erased. Otherwise, the title in language lngcode is set to title. Note that the NAME option is equal to use this option with lngcode=und. The title with language code 'und' is also the one that is used for AVI output.||1.17.8|
|SET OPTION AUDIO SBR n f||Select whether or not the n-th audio stream is SBR (f = 1 -> SBR). This setting only affects AAC streams inside AAC- and AVI files, but not inside MKV files.||1.15.4|
|SET OPTION AVI
|SET OPTION CHAPTERS
|SET OPTION CLOSEAPP n||If set to 1, the application will be closed as soon as the muxing process is finished.||1.15|
|SET OPTION DELAY s n||Set the delay of the s-th audio stream to n milliseconds||1.12|
|SET OPTION DEFAULT [ AUDIO | VIDEO | SUBTITLE ] n [ 0 | 1]||Use (or not) the n-th stream of the indicated type as default stream.||1.13|
|SET OPTION DONEDLG n||Set n = 0 if you do not want a message to be displayed when the operation is finished.
This option is automatically reset to 1 after each muxing process!
|SET OPTION FRAMES n||Use only n frames of the video source. n = 0 => use all frames||1.12|
|SET OPTION LEGACY n||n = 1 activates writing a legacy index to Open-DML files, n = 0 deactivates it||1.12|
|SET OPTION MAXFILES [ ON | OFF | n ]||Set the maximum number of output files to n, or activate / deactivate the usage of this setting.||1.12|
|SET OPTION MAXFILESIZE [ ON | OFF | n ]||Set the maximum filesize to n MBytes, or activate / deactivate splitting of files based on file size||1.12|
|SET OPTION MKV
|SET OPTION MP3 CBR FRAMEMODE n||Activates or deactivates frame mode for MP3 CBR streams.||1.14|
|SET OPTION NO AUDIO n||Use n = 1 to create output files without any audio stream||1.12|
|SET OPTION NO SUBTITLES n||Use n = 1 to create output files without any subtitle stream||1.13|
|SET OPTION NUMBERING [ ON | OFF | s ]||Activate or deactivate numbering or sets the format string to s||1.12|
|SET OPTION OGG PAGESIZE n||When extracting Vorbis streams from OGG, MKV or AVI files, the target OGG file will use pages of not more than n bytes. The largest value making sense is 65025 (an OGG page can contain 255 "segments" of 255 bytes each at most)||1.16.11|
|SET OPTION OPENDML n||n = 1 activates Open-DML - output, n = 0 deactivates Open-DML||1.12|
|SET OPTION OVERWRITEDLG n||If you set n = 0, there will be no warning if files are to be overwritten
during the next muxing process.
Tng if files are to be overwritten during the next muxing process.
This option is automatically reset to 1 after each process!
|SET OPTION PRELOAD n||Sets the preload value to n milliseconds||1.12|
|SET OPTION PRLAC [ BYTE | SCALED ]||Select whether you want the amount of written data to be shown in Bytes, or on a scaled base.||1.15|
|SET OPTION RECLISTS n||n = 1 activates rec list creation, n = 0 deactivates it||1.12|
|SET OPTION RESOLUTION width[ x | X | : ]height||Define output resolution for anamorphically encoded video. This option is only taken into account for MKV output||1.15|
|SET OPTION SPLIT POINTS [ ON | OFF | ADD s ]||Sets positions where to begin a new file, or
activates / deactives the usage of this list.
Warning! Syntax for v1.14 is different and not compatible!!
Use the same syntax as in the split point menu for s.
|SET OPTION STDIDX [ RIFF | AUTO | n FRAMES ]||Select the pattern for standard index creation: One per stream and RIFF list, or one per stream and n frames, or automatic setting||1.13|
|SET OPTION STDOUTPUTFMT [ AVI | MKV ]||Choose either AVI or MKV as standard output format||1.15|
|SET OPTION SUBTITLE NAME s name||Set the name of the s-th subtitle to name||1.13|
|SET OPTION TITLE s||Set s as Segment title (MKV only) or File title (AVI only and ANSI only!)||1.15|