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Old 23rd November 2008, 13:27   #21  |  Link
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I guess because all of the broadcast related stuff like PID, PAT and all the other things you need careful worked out parser logic for that (what do you parse?,when do you parse?,in which situations do you override bitstream values with container level values?)
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in which situations do you override bitstream values with container level values?)
There is no container for transport streams, there is only the bitstream.
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Of course you right, for transport stream every Video related decision is left @ the bitstream level and it's flags, it would only count for the other most used formats
Maybe in bob0r example the problem of not being able to parse those files is caused by missing PAT/PMT or not able to find the correct PID ?
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Maybe in bob0r example the problem of not being able to parse those files is caused by missing PAT/PMT or not able to find the correct PID ?
Could be. If he would post one, I could determine that.
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@neuron2: Is there any possibility of a merge of DGVC1DevNV and DGAVCDecNV into one program, possibly when both are more mature?
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@neuron2: Is there any possibility of a merge of DGVC1DevNV and DGAVCDecNV into one program, possibly when both are more mature?
It's possible but I'll decide that later.
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Might be a stupid question, but will I be able to use this tool w/o a nVidia card?
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Might be a stupid question, but will I be able to use this tool w/o a nVidia card?

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For those not acquainted with my tools, the NV on the end denotes a version that runs on an Nvidia graphics card GPU.
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Soooo.... well, another question: assuming I've an nVidia card, any chance to get this tool on linux?
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Avisynth does not run under Linux.
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Well in some ways... it does. Using avs2yuv and wine, I'm able to make encodes, if the source is something that does not depend from DirectShow (which obviously doesn't exist on linux).
For example, DGAVCDec and DGMPGDec are great for this, but with VC1 there's not a reliable source filter yet, since FFMpegSource is still young and DirectShowSource can't work on linux...
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That's not really Linux.. Wine is a Windows Emulator so it's basically Windows. And add to that the added complexity of low level hardware drivers that you need to wrap around to - apparently some have done it but I have my doubts that you'll get any kind of support for such a hack from either nVidia or neuron2. There's a reason why nVidia just recently released VDPAU..

And I think it's time to get back on topic.
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CUDA video decoding is currently tied to D3D so porting to Linux is not an option.

DGVC1IndexNV is finished. I hope to have the source filter done by Monday. Then I'll make a release. BTW, existing licenses will work for this and any future closed tools I may make.

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Here's a pre-alpha of DGVC1IndexNV. Your existing DGAVCDecNV license file can be used.

I'd appreciate any test results. I'm starting the DGVC1DecodeNV component now.

http://neuron2.net/misc/DGVC1IndexNV.zip

It supports Advanced profile ES, TS, and M2TS. Please update nvcuvid.dll with the included one.
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Working fine here with the few streams I have.

I've got some more VC1 blu-ray on their way.
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Should 'Honor Pulldown Flags' work?
It does not here...
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Not yet implemented. May I please have your stream for testing?
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with the 00006.m2ts file i linked earlier too, i get a error 700 message with it. not with the other 2 tho...






and here another clip for you..

http://tinyurl.com/6bsdt4
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Here are real interlaced samples, PAL and NTSC

Pulldowned stream is only a selfmade bars sample
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