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Old 7th April 2007, 01:02   #81  |  Link
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I spent three hours struggling with DGindex doind the d2v file just to get errors like "unable to read stream" in virtual dub (not mod).

What is the advantage of it over using a version of VirtualDubMod which is already working?
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Old 7th April 2007, 03:15   #82  |  Link
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I know getting into new software can be frustrating, but hours? All you need to generate a proper d2v is the latest dgdecode package on neuron2.net and the latest avisynth package. The dgdecode.dll has to be in avisynth plugins folder.

Load the vob/m2v into deindex, save project, and you have a valid d2v, there's nothing more to it. (Although you should read about the force film vs honor flags option.) Virtualdubmod cannot natively read these files. What it can do, if you go to file->open, is create an avisynth template with the same name for the d2v, at the bottom of the dialog.

As for why to switch, well, VDM's not working now, is it? Support for it is hard to come by since almost everyone uses either avisynth directly or software built on top of avisynth to do the dvd decoding.

If you adamantly don't want to work with avisynth, you can also try virtualdub-mpeg2.
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Old 7th April 2007, 23:01   #83  |  Link
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, foxy, for your explanations.

I'll stick with the fool-freindly method in the old version because I have no time now to do more. But maybe in the future.
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, foxy, for your explanations.

I'll stick with the fool-freindly method in the old version because I have no time now to do more. But maybe in the future.
Try reading the guides on doom9. I don't think they are that difficult to follow, or are they?
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Hi, I didn't read the entire thread but... is the VDM project over?
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Hi, I didn't read the entire thread but... is the VDM project over?
Well not really as anyone could continue it...
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You do realize that VirtualDub with MPEG2 support has a more updated version available, which is still not included in VDM?

http://fcchandler.home.comcast.net/stable/

I use this one for DVD (VOB) to H264 avi quite successfully for almost a year now.
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I think it is dead for now being as the developer has yet to make any small inprovments to it in over 2 years...

Great Thing about OSS as long as someone can and is willing to take over a project its never gone for good...
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I am getting an import filter error when i try to load any avs file on VDM 1.5.10.2.

avi import filter error: (unknown) (800401f0)

I tried uninstalling and reinstalling, updating my codecs, still doesn't work. Any solutions guys?
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I am getting an import filter error when i try to load any avs file on VDM 1.5.10.2.

avi import filter error: (unknown) (800401f0)
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Have installed Avisynth?
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^ yes. v2.5.8
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Fixed it. Working fine now. Thanks.
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Fixed it. Working fine now. Thanks.
Just reinstalled Avisynth, or something other?
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took out v2.5.8 and installed v2.5.7.
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Hmm... i don't have problems with Avisynth 2.5.8.
However, i have VirtualDubMod 1.5.10.3.
Also, usually i prefer latest VirtualDub 1.8.8.
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^ Thanks a lot for the link.
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anybody working on an update to this software ?
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anybody working on an update to this software ?
Not that I'm aware of.
I use it rarely now. Mostly I use Virtualdub. I still hope somebody revamps Virtualdubmod one day.
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The project is dead. Accept that. It's based on a totally outdated version of VirtualDub anyway. And that won't change, even if somebody would hack a few new fixes into VirtualDubMod nowadays. There are so many differences between VirtualDubMod and the original VirtualDub it was based on, that it's simply impossible to update VirtualDubMod to the current VirtualDub codebase, unless you want to re-write everything from the scratch. Also the MKV support in VirtualDubMod is so much outdated, that even the Matroska web-site tells you to not use VirtualDubMod nowadays to handle MKV files...
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