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Old 11th November 2007, 11:08   #161  |  Link
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If the PAT/PMT says it is there I use it. But your stream turned up a bug that makes it work for your stream. When finding initial PIDs with PAT/PMT, the last audio channel was being used instead of the first. When I fixed that it now finds the first MPA stream, which is fine in this stream. It will be in the next beta.
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Version 1.5.0 beta 13

* Fixed problem whereby the automatic PID setting for transport streams used the last audio stream encountered instead of the first.

* Added an MRU list to the File menu.

http://neuron2.net/dgmpgdec/dgmpgdec150b13.zip

This version also contains a new feature. The first person to find it gets a brownie point. Then I will add it to the change list. Just for some fun!

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This version also contains a new feature. The first person to find it gets a brownie point. Then I will add it to the change list. Just for some fun!
Thanks for the update. I should find it in no time (or so i hope ).

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The ability to quickly navigate to a previously opened file (i.e., bookmarking) with Recent file list?

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That is correct. Your brownie point:

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Hands off! That belongs to Terranigma.
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Hands off! That belongs to Terranigma.
Haha, thanks for the treat (and this wonderful update).
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Just a bit curious, do you make any changes to dgdecode.dll for the betas? I replace them each time I check out a new build just in case, but if I don't have to, that'll save me a good 2 seconds of time .
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They are always changed at a minimum to have the right beta version number. I recommend that you always upgrade all components.

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Question for Donald, or anybody who could help. I'm having trouble with noticable interlacing lines on the picture, and I have no idea how to deal with them. Encoding it progressive, it'll look horrible, encoding it interlaced I'm not willing to do unless absolutely necessarily. Sample: http://rapidshare.com/files/70550171/FieldSample.zip. Please assist!
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DGIndex doesn't seem to recognize the end of your file; the navigation controls remain disabled, when the timeline end is reached and nothing happens. I have to hit escape to return to the initial state.
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I had to cut some orphaned data at the end to keep DGIndex from doing that. Bad cut.

Um, this is pure interlaced video (not film). You either have to encode it as interlaced, or deinterlace it.
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Don,

could you please check what is causing the problems when using SetMTMode(2) with tsp's Avisynth build that has multithreading support?

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...01#post1065701
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Sadly the detail in many NTSC TV shows often get completely destroyed when converted to PAL. Especially if the original NTSC source was interlaced to begin with
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Analyze Sync

I'm not sure if this is specific to the beta or not. I noticed a "new to me" feature, not sure when it showed up, Tools->Analyze Sync. I just decoded a vobset with multiple audio streams, all of which show delays of 0 in their output filenames, but when I ran track 1 through the Analyze Sync tool, the output log file showed delay on every entry, except the first. I'm not sure what to make of that, so I'm wondering a couple things.

1: Does the analyze sync tool do what I think it does or am I misunderstanding? It seems to do a frame-by-frame check of audio sync to video. Is that accurate?

2: If that's what it's doing and it's finding delay, should I/how would I use this info to get proper sync with my video and audio after encoding to a different format? Average all the reported delays perhaps?
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could you please check what is causing the problems when using SetMTMode(2) with tsp's Avisynth build that has multithreading support?[/url]
I don't have a multi-core machine.
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I'm not sure if this is specific to the beta or not. I noticed a "new to me" feature, not sure when it showed up, Tools->Analyze Sync. I just decoded a vobset with multiple audio streams, all of which show delays of 0 in their output filenames, but when I ran track 1 through the Analyze Sync tool, the output log file showed delay on every entry, except the first. I'm not sure what to make of that, so I'm wondering a couple things.
When you see a new feature, the first thing to do is to read the users manual:

"This tool allows the user to create a log of the audio delay values that would be generated if the project were to be started at all the I frames of the stream. ... Note that for a displayed delay value to be usable and correct, you must start your project at the corresponding I frame."

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1: Does the analyze sync tool do what I think it does or am I misunderstanding? It seems to do a frame-by-frame check of audio sync to video. Is that accurate?
See above.

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Many apologies. RTFM indeed. Thanks anyway!
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Number 13 is fatal without doubt-that!

I riping 3 DVDs for 6min!!!
Log file say: no find audio!
HoHoHooo...
I install 1.45 Stable... and all OK (successful RIPs OK)
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