Summary of the problem or suggestion:
It would be valuable to allow multiple passes – if not a 2nd pass – of ComSkip. This is for scenarios where, for whatever reason, a 2nd pass seems to remove more commercials than the 1st.
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We’re running into an issue where a particular channel (MeTV) is not having all of its commercials removed on the first pass via ComSkip. Running it through ComSkip again seems to do the trick, however.
Is there a way to ensure that MCEBuddy runs Comskip twice based on the channel?
Thank you for any assistance you can provide!
Thank you for any consideration!
Try daisy chaining your conversion tasks so each file will be processed 2 times that you way you can run the same file through comskip twice. Here’s an example of how to setup daisy chaining of tasks
Features are prioritized based on votes. Here a neat way to do what you want in the mean time. It’s called “Daisy Chaining” conversions.
Basically you setup one monitor task which feeds into the first conversion task (MKV Unprocessed), then you setup a second monitor task which monitors the output of the first conversion task, but with a delay, which then feeds into a second conversion task (MP4).
Here are some screenshots for a step by step working tutorial on setting up a daisy chain (using …