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Old 12th September 2002, 17:35   #1  |  Link
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DirectShowSource and MPEGSource(,-2) fails

DirectShowSource and MPEGSource(,-2) don't work on my System, I get a AviSynth exception. I use XP without any Updates and Elecard Codec, any ideas?
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Old 12th September 2002, 22:56   #2  |  Link
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can't tell you why your having problems with avisynth but (OT)I'm glad you learned that .gif and .png are much better formats for screenshots than the .jpg you were using before.
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Old 13th September 2002, 00:49   #3  |  Link
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@Dolemite:

Hi, have you tried the new version from today (1.31)? that may help (as I was called CoUninitalise twice, which shouldn't cause a problem, but is now corrected)...

Otherwise it should bring up an error of sorts if the DShow doesn't work...Could you also try running DebugView (you can find it at www.sysinternals.com ) while running the filter, debugview should pickup some of the load messages...

The DirectShow source gets its info from the MPEG-2 Splitter, so it shouldn't need a decoder, & if this fails it should pop-up a messagebox with an error (the error is the actual function it errors on)

So I dont know what causes the crash...let me know how you get on & ill try & think of something that might help

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