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Old 25th August 2009, 03:27   #241  |  Link
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The only filter that gets close to importing them into Avisynth right is DSS2() ...
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I'll check em out.
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Old 25th August 2009, 03:38   #242  |  Link
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So ffmpegsource doesn't work with them either?
FFMS (the original one does), but it produces blocking and aweful chroma artifacts when seeking ... FFMS2 reports 25fps and display 25fps, it just drops the duplicate fames ...

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On top of that, can you actually play these videos with libavcodec based decoders?
Not sure, I use The KMPlayer (with Haali spliter/internal splitter) pointed at CoreAVC for the decoder, it reports 50fps with normal playback (and I can see the difference in The KMPlayer between a DSS2() encoded MKV at 50fps with duplicates and a FFMS2 encoded MKV at 25fps without duplicates .. the 50fps versions have the motion appear less jerky) ...

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Can you play them with MPC-HD with dxva decoding?
Not sure, never tried it as I have never had a playback problem with the MTS files themselves ...

Files linked and posted if ya wanna experiment

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Old 25th August 2009, 03:48   #243  |  Link
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That's really weird. I'll investigate. I can't even imagine what might cause that.
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Old 25th August 2009, 03:52   #244  |  Link
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^Found a fix.

Load the file in gdsmux (comes with the Haali media splitter, look in c:\program files\haali). Convert to mkv. Load mkv in DGAVCIndexNV. Create an index file. Load in avisynth.
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Old 25th August 2009, 03:54   #245  |  Link
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That's a workaround, not a fix.

This should be fixable if I can find out the syntax element used to signal the duplicates.
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Old 25th August 2009, 05:30   #246  |  Link
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Here's another workaround until I find out the syntax trick.

# if you want the duplicates
vid=DGSource("E:\tmp\00000.dga")
interleave(vid,vid)
assumefps(50)

# or if you don't
DGSource("E:\tmp\00000.dga")
assumefps(25)

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Old 25th August 2009, 06:31   #247  |  Link
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Are you saying that upscaling is not working?
Exactly.

On Largo Winch DVD, index using mgppgindecnv,

DGSource("VTS_12_1.dgm",resize_w=1280,resize_h=720)

Only give me green frames. Removing resize attributes and it's ok.
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Old 25th August 2009, 06:42   #248  |  Link
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Works fine for me in my local beta 8. Let's see what happens after I release that.
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Old 25th August 2009, 07:21   #249  |  Link
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Convert to mkv. Load mkv in DGAVCIndexNV. Create an index file. Load in avisynth.
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Here's another workaround until I find out the syntax trick.
Thanks

I am actually using H264TSto to convert a whole directory of MTS's to MKV, then indexing and using that way from MKV ...

It would just be nice not to have to bother with the MKV step if there turns out to be a simple way to get around it in DGAVCIndex (any version!) ...

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It would just be nice not to have to bother with the MKV step if there turns out to be a simple way to get around it in DGAVCIndex (any version!)
Isn't my suggestion simple enough? It's a lot simpler than your approach.
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Old 25th August 2009, 14:04   #251  |  Link
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NV beta 8

Here is NV beta 8. It has full D3D-less operation, revision of the cropping functionality as discussed, and a few minor bug fixes.

I'd appreciate hearing whether screensaver/standby activation still cause problems.

http://neuron2.net/dgavcdecnv/NVbeta8.zip
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Old 25th August 2009, 18:01   #252  |  Link
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It looks good, it works just fine. Is it still posible to make it work with multiple instance (I know it dosnt work in beta 8 - readme.txt says so), but in next version maybe ?
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Old 25th August 2009, 18:16   #253  |  Link
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Just got a new GFX its a Geforce GTX 260 (GDDR3, 896 mb), before I had a Geforece 9500 GT (DDR2, 1 GB) and my decoding speed is almost the same on both cards when I test it in DGAVCIndex. I get around 56-58 fps on my new GFX card and it was around 45 fps on my 'old' 9500 GT. It seems slow as the new GFX has almost 21x more power (nvidia chart says so) then my old GFX card (216 stream processor vs 32 in my old card). Is this normal speed, I was expecting it could do 100 fps+ on this card ?
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Here is NV beta 8. It has full D3D-less operation, revision of the cropping functionality as discussed, and a few minor bug fixes.

I'd appreciate hearing whether screensaver/standby activation still cause problems.

http://neuron2.net/dgavcdecnv/NVbeta8.zip
I can confirm that where before CUVIDServer crashed when attempting to use it following Windows' Standby mode, it no longer does so, at least on my XP Pro x64 setup--it now works fine even after coming-out of Standby.

I'm liking the new Cropping features including the INI addition also. Nice thorough docs too. Thank you very much for this new release!
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@GZZ

Multiple instance is in the works.

What's important for the card is the specs of the VP engine, and not all the rest of the shaders and stuff. I don't think the VP engine is evolving as fast as the rest.

@laserfan

Good news, thanks for the test results.
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Old 25th August 2009, 20:14   #256  |  Link
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Good News

The Island Trailer fix works for me.

Bad News.

DGMPGIndexNV is not properly indexing the VOB files from my Dance Fools Dance dvd. DGIndex is doing it correctly. The video is 144793 frames, but virtualdub only loads 144389 frames from the .dgm file.

The workaround I came up with was to open the VOB files in DGIndex, demux the video to .m2v and loaded the .m2v file into DGMPGIndexNV. It properly indexed the frames with the .m2v file.

I'm not sure exactly what frames are being lost.

I've included the working .d2v file, the problem .dgm file, and workaround .dgm file in the zip archive.
http://www.sendspace.com/file/88o0yl
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Upscale works great in beta8, no more green frames.
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Old 25th August 2009, 20:37   #258  |  Link
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DGMPGIndexNV is not properly indexing the VOB files from my Dance Fools Dance dvd.
I'm going to have to get the DVD. Can you post a link to where I can buy it and be sure it is the SAME one you have?
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I'm going to have to get the DVD. Can you post a link to where I can buy it and be sure it is the SAME one you have?
It's made by the Warner Archive store. Takes a while for them to make it and ship it.

http://www.wbshop.com/Dance%2c-Fools...CHIVEDECADE30S
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