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Old 11th May 2007, 19:47   #281  |  Link
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hi luca,
i'll provide a little "raw" clip from my pana later.

I solved the problem in this way: i passed the raw avc file to nero vision that it should be able to edit avc directly, but, in the facts, it has some problems. However it permits me to get a passage file: infact i can obtain an hd-mpjpeg file that i
can work in pinnacle 10.7 (waiting for may 15th the 11 version)..-> new edited mjpeg file that finally i can pass to nero recode or megui to obtain the final hd-avc file edited.
i would like to show the litte 'job'...what subforum could be better? avc-forum?

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You can recode a AVCHD stream using Haali Media Splitter, CoreAVC, AVISynth and MeGUI (from what I know CoreAVC is the only solution for PAFF):

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DirectShowSource("D:\Codecs\00003.MTS",fps=29.9700898503294,audio=false)
LanczosResize(1440,784) # Lanczos (Sharp)
ConvertToYV12()

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Old 12th May 2007, 08:19   #282  |  Link
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You'll have to wait for a later version for command line support.
I see. I hope, we don't have to wait too long.

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I talked about the Commandline Interface, not the GUI.
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Old 19th May 2007, 22:50   #283  |  Link
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HI.

When i minimize it and then try to get it back up it crashes.( this happens when i have something loaded)
I am running Microsoft Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600 : Service Pack 2).
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Old 20th May 2007, 04:13   #284  |  Link
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Yeah, I know, it's already been reported and fixed. Alpha 5 is very near.
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Old 22nd May 2007, 04:56   #285  |  Link
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Alpha 5

Here is alpha 5. I regret that I can't remember exactly what I did, because I neglected to keep a copy of the alpha 4 source to diff against. I do know that I fixed a lot of stuff and added some new stuff, such as Save BMP and AVS template creation.

http://neuron2.net/dgavcdec/dgavcdec100a5.zip
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Old 22nd May 2007, 07:30   #286  |  Link
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I'm afraid, you didn't add Commandline? When will it be added?
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how about we let him finish actual decoding features before asking for command line =)

You know.....mbaff paff support hehe.
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Old 22nd May 2007, 08:15   #288  |  Link
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I'm afraid, you didn't add Commandline? When will it be added?
As I said earlier, it will be added in a future version, in the fullness of time.

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MBAFF is already there. It's PAFF that is missing.
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Old 22nd May 2007, 13:22   #289  |  Link
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hello

when I'm trying to open this file:

http://rapidshare.com/files/32723790/test.264.html

I get the following messege and nothing happens no matter what option I make:

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The file is garbage. There are no start code prefixes at all. Search for 00 00 01 and there aren't any! It also doesn't play in VLC.

I see in my binary editor that the file came from an x264 encode. What did you do to mess it up so bad? If you didn't do anything, you better inform akupenguin about this.
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The original file is a MKV file and I dumped the video stream using Mplayer. Now I've dumped the video stream using another MKV demuxer and it works ok. My conclusion is that Mplayer doesn't dump tracks from MKV files correctly.
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The original file is a MKV file and I dumped the video stream using Mplayer. Now I've dumped the video stream using another MKV demuxer and it works ok. My conclusion is that Mplayer doesn't dump tracks from MKV files correctly.
I found that it is best to use the tools that go with the MKV-package (in this case MKVExtract tracks "file.mkv" <options>). It's never made an error as yet.

I'll try the newer DGAVCIndex-version later tonight on a complete 2 hours long 1080p that i'm using to sprucing up my old DVD. See if it works as well as the alpha 4 version.

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Feature request

Can you incorporate VC-1 decoding in the same rush? When decoding is delegated to ffmpeg and ffmpeg has a VC-1 decoder now. I don't know about the efforts - just asking.

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how about we let him finish actual decoding features before asking for command line =)

You know.....mbaff paff support hehe.
Maybe, but it would make my life easier.

Actually I'm just asking.
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I'm not interested in a CLI at all, i'd rather see the implementation of a "information panel" like DGMPGIndex has. Not to see the kind of frame-type/video-info (interlaced/Rec709 or such), but to monitor progress when you save the project (the other info for the panel will come later, i'm shure).

This because it is very hard to guess the progress from the movement of the tiny frame selector, especially on 2 hours plus video-files. Atm i put up my taskmanager to see when exactly the CPU-usage drops, to be shure the indexation has ended (and that is offcourse not my preferred method ).

But i put up with it, just because this tool works so well when doing my transcode-work through AviSynth etc.
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Yeah, I hear ya. I was thinking the same thing the other day. How do I know when it is done? I'll definitely put something in the next alpha to resolve that. Thanks for highlighting it, G_M_C.

I want to just point out to people that I have limited time for all this stuff; it's a hobby for me. That means I have to pick and choose and do the important stuff first. And I have to have fun doing it! So please be patient about functionality. I'm listening and I appreciate your ideas. But they may take a while to rise to the top of the priority list.

Right now, I want to get the DLLs eliminated so that I can trace/debug the decoder directly. That will be essential for implementing PAFF support.

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Oh, that's really important. So don't worry about me.
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Yeah, I hear ya. I was thinking the same thing the other day. How do I know when it is done? I'll definitely put something in the next alpha to resolve that. Thanks for highlighting it, G_M_C.

I want to just point out to people that I have limited time for all this stuff; it's a hobby for me. That means I have to pick and choose and do the important stuff first. And I have to have fun doing it! So please be patient about functionality. I'm listening and I appreciate your ideas. But they may take a while to rise to the top of the priority list.

Right now, I want to get the DLLs eliminated so that I can trace/debug the decoder directly. That will be essential for implementing PAFF support.
I know that you're only doing this for a hobby; That's why i dont ask for miracles, or all knids of features. But I got the feeling you ported some code from DGMPGIndex, so i thought of the info-panel. And the only thing i ask for in that panel is the indicater that stetes the estimated time remaining / elapsed time, and the "FINISHED"

On the subject of the ported code; I noticed the ini's are (allmost) the same, and i have a question about that: Does changing the DCT to 5 (IEEE 1180) and the scale to 0 (TV scale) produce the disired effect (ie ouputting TV scaled IEEE1180) ?

PS: In the original ini they are on 6 (SSEMMX SKAL) and 1 (PC-scale).

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The INI file is currently just an artifact. I haven't addressed that yet.
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Are IDCT's actually used with AVC or not?
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