Handbrake Erorr Handling Help

Asked by Jakob findlay on 2018-12-03

I've been using handbrake recently to convert my entire media library to h.265 and I've been running into some issues, when I leave my computer for then night and I leave handbrake running I usually wake up to see it froze shortly after I went to bed luckily it doesn't freeze the entire system so I figured I should be able to make some kind of error handler with sikuli to reset handbrake the problem is Im not that well versed with sikuli and don't know how I'd actually implement it. the best way I can see the program has froze is to see the progress,avg fps,current fps and time remaining haven't changed. handbrake is a GUI for a command line based software so I'm sure there's also a way to directly monitor the command line to see it isn't doing anything or is stuck on something.i could really use some help on this

thank you to any one in advanced for anything helpful

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RaiMan (raimund-hocke) said : #1

already had a look at SikuliX's observer feature, that allows to observe the screen content? see docs

Version 1.1.4 als has a findChanges feature for a one time compare.

Jakob findlay (derpmcgeee) said : #2

Thanks RaiMan, that solved my question.

Jakob findlay (derpmcgeee) said : #3

updated to 1.1.4 .....missing my sidebar and cant find any info on the find changes feature

RaiMan (raimund-hocke) said : #4

--- .....missing my sidebar
switched off - see the news section

--- cant find any info on the find changes feature
yep, sorry.
Added it to the docs now (class Finder)

IMHO for your situation the observer/onChange might be the more efficient way.

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