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Old 1st December 2007, 09:40   #201  |  Link
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I'd load it into soundforge, or any NLE that's handly and shows audio graphically, but that doesn't help if you don't have one. Audacity might be able to help, though.
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Old 28th December 2007, 16:54   #202  |  Link
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@Myrsloik,

What happens if you open a file (which is DV with color format 4:1:1)?

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...32#post1080432

Is this a bug in ffmpegsource (for example it doesn't check the color format which is outputted by the decoder, or it doesn't request the appropriate color format from the decoder), or is ffmpeg not decoding it correctly?
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Not much because I don't seem to have any DV files at all. Do I get a free sample?
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Old 28th December 2007, 20:23   #204  |  Link
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http://www1.mplayerhq.hu/MPlayer/samples/DV-raw/ Here's one of the same format.
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My results:
FFmpegSource: same odd stuff as in the screenshot
FFmpeg.exe: Unable to find a suitable output format for 'c:/FFmpegSource/voxnews.dv'
Mplayer: dies instantly unless two instances are launched at the same time and then one seems to work

I don't think it's my fault this time...
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Try using QTSource?

Incase you don't have the plugin (Just too lazy to search for the thread with it =p)
http://www.mediafire.com/?ahw5eznzazp
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Version 1.14 released. The main new thing is that it's statically linked (only one dll) and is linked with a much newer ffmpeg.
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with 1.14 i got stuck with "LoadPlugin: unable to load c:\xx\ffmpegsource.dll"

even if i keep all other dlls ( like avcodec-51.dll, avformat-51.dll ... from previus package ) in windows\system32

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Ver. 1.13 works fine but 1.14 give me errors with or without the old dlls.
"Script open failed"
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The file is updated now. For some reason I can't understand the release compile didn't link properly.
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yes! now working!!

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Thanks, now working fine!!!
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Version 1.14 released. The main new thing is that it's statically linked (only one dll) and is linked with a much newer ffmpeg.
Thanks for the new release. Did you have include some patches with it (E-AC3 decoder, TrueHD/MLP...) or not ?
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No, it remains patchless. I'm too lazy to bother with adding those things as I don't need it myself and at least one day they'll hopefully be integrated. Feel free to make your own compiles of it..
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DV (Pal) scrambled

Thanks for the good work.

But unfortunately DV stil gives a sort of scrambled outcome.

Screencapture is here: http://www.nkbv.nl/blobs/wedstrijden/test/palintlt.bmp
Script is here: http://www.nkbv.nl/blobs/wedstrijden/test/palintlt.avs
AVI (Pal DV) is here: http://www.nkbv.nl/blobs/wedstrijden/test/palintlt.avi

1.13 had the same error. Avi does play in ffplay SVN-r8891.
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The file decodes in a just as messed up way with a recent ffplay. Not my fault and I have no idea what causes it.
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Could you tell me which version of ffplay that is? Rev11143 still works fine.
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I think c/c++ compilers hate me in general. One recompile of ffmpeg+ffmpegsource and it works. Behold the newer version which will be known as 1.15.
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ive got a problem with an quicktime file, which has a res of 582x319.
when i try to transcode it using ffmpegsource, i get an "YV12 images for output must have a width divisible by 4 (use crop)!" error.

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