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Old 27th March 2008, 14:34   #961  |  Link
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i have other video which still crashes (in virtualdub or megui), i made a sample, but in sample it no longer crashes in virtualdub, but still crashes in megui then analyzing video (load avs in megui>tools>avisynth script creator and in filters tab Analyse). but if i add in avs deblock=false it no longer crashes
this is sample http://rapidshare.com/files/73281324/222.264.html maybe you can look at it
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Apparently the libavcodec.dll deblocking fix is not complete, as I duplicated your second crash. My problem is that I can't make it fail for my debug DLL. I'll try to find it with code reading, but it might be a while.
any news on this?

also with this sample DGAVCDec crashes then it finish indexing, or if i start indexing and stop it

p.s. i reuploaded this sample http://www.mediafire.com/?n0qxdmmyyy3
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DGAVCDec crashes when it finish indexing.
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Old 27th March 2008, 15:11   #963  |  Link
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DGAVCDec crashes when it finish indexing.
here NO

so, post a sample where is replicable, and also specify all options/switch used

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I've noticed something weird in a21. DGAVCDec demuxes audio steams which do not exist. (mp3 and ac3)



http://www.64k.it/andres/data/a/SuperbadBD_100.m2ts
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Old 28th March 2008, 04:56   #965  |  Link
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I have the crashing bugs fixed and will release a new version in an hour. It happens only with elementary streams.
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Old 28th March 2008, 05:31   #966  |  Link
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Version 1.0.0 alpha 22

* Fixed crashes for elementary streams.

http://neuron2.net/dgavcdec/dgavcdec100a22.zip
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http://neuron2.net/dgavcdec/dgavcdec100a22.zip
when i upgrade to A22,the crash bug has fixed.
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@neuron2,

I'm having trouble with this m2ts, it was originally a seamless branching movie, which I've concatenated with copy /b and then remuxed with TSRemux, after which I got a normal synced copy. After I ran it through dgAVCDec, though, I got a slightly longer audio, which after it gets encoded and remuxed with the video by AutoMKV causes significant audio delay in the final mux. I'm not sure if the problem actually comes from dgAVCDec, but I did notice the difference in length between the original m2ts and the demuxed audio ac3, and so I thought this could be causing the delay. You may wanna look into it. Here's a 60MB sample of it:

http://www.mediafire.com/?ygeyxxlddg9

It's really hard to notice the difference in length here, because the file is only 15 seconds long, but when I demux the whole movie, it adds up to 3 additional seconds... You may wanna run some tests Please, let me know what you found

ALSO - all of the above happens when I use the AC3 version of the audio, but the movie also comes with TrueHD audio, which after I demux with dgAVCDec isn't playable and eac3to crashes when I try to convert it to wav, which was another reason for me to think the problem comes from the demuxing...

So, I also tried it with xport and got the same bad results:

xport -h part60.m2ts 1 1 2 (which is the AC3) - This time I actually got a shorter mpa file (by 1 second) than the original m2ts is...... very weird. I muxed it with TSMuxer and I still got a huge delay

xport -h part60.m2ts 1 1 1 (which is the TrueHD) - here the .mpa file isn't playable by itself, when muxed with TSMuxer I get the same huge delay...

I hope you can help me. Thank you an keep up the good work!

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The stream you posted has 19 frames before the first IDR, so DGAVCIndex must lose them. That is ~0.8 seconds. When I serve the video I get 16.05 seconds. When I demux the audio I get 16.79. So the difference is accounted for by the leading non-decodable frames. As I have written before, I have not yet decided on what I want to do for AV sync yet, so manual adjustment of the offset is necessary for now.

Regarding TrueHD, I get a binary identical demux compared to xport. So I don't know what to tell you about how to process TrueHD, as I know nothing about it.
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I've noticed something weird in a21. DGAVCDec demuxes audio steams which do not exist. (mp3 and ac3)



http://www.64k.it/andres/data/a/SuperbadBD_100.m2ts
They all have audio. One is misidentified as MPA. I am working on improving audio stream type detection.
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Is there anyway of moving frame-by-frame in this program?
I'm trying to use to for taking screenshots of specific frames with no luck. In the non playback mode it moves quite a few frames at a time (i-frame to i-frame?) and when you do play at frame step speed once you stop in order to save a BMP it shoots forward a few frames.

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Is there anyway of moving frame-by-frame in this program?
Go to: Options -> Playback Speed -> Single Step
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Go to: Options -> Playback Speed -> Single Step
Read the rest of my post, I know about that. It only does frame stepping when it's playing and in that 'mode' you can't save images unfortunately. :/
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Read the rest of my post, I know about that. It only does frame stepping when it's playing and in that 'mode' you can't save images unfortunately. :/
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I'll try to fix it to have the Save BMP command enabled during play/preview.
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OK, it turned out to be easy. Re-download alpha 22. I updated it.

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OK, it turned out to be easy. Re-download alpha 22. I updated it.

We aim to please.
You know what that means now Donald...

You'll have to add this feature to DGMPGIndex as well
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OK, it turned out to be easy. Re-download alpha 22. I updated it.

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Thank you, very much appreciated!

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Seperate issue. Probably known but I couldn't find anything on it.





On a m2ts containing AVC from a BD I get the first two about 6-7 times when I hit Play (F6) and move forward a frame. After that no more errors unless I stop and play again.

On an AVC file demuxed from an HD-DVD EVO I get all three quite a few times when seeking anywhere. And when playing and moving forward a step the first 2 twice, and then the first 2 twice again when going to the next frame. After that nothing unless I stop and play again.

There doesn't actually appear to be any problem though; no frames missing and all appear to be decoded correctly.
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I can't help you without a stream sample to duplicate your issue.
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Good point. I'll do it.
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