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Old 7th January 2008, 15:49   #801  |  Link
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AVCSource don't have any cpu argument. It's just what the error message says. Of course, it would not run. Read the instructions.

Deblock is the only argument, which is supported.
...correctly.
Yes I realize that. Did you not read my entire message? My point is that "I copied it from the Quickstart guide" so why is it in the guide if it's not an argument?
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Perfect question for neuron2. I already asked myself too, after I read your post. oO
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It was a mistake when making the guide cloned on the DGMPGDec one. I will fix it. Thank you for pointing it out.
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Old 7th January 2008, 19:52   #804  |  Link
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It was a mistake when making the guide cloned on the DGMPGDec one. I will fix it. Thank you for pointing it out.
No worries, thank you. Did the avs file issues make any sense?
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It's possible to use this amazing tool using command line input ?
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Not yet. Be patient.
I'd really appreciate such a feature as well (dpmpgdec121 had also supported it). Wouldn't require full command line support, just the DGAVCIndex .dga generation.

I have some MPEG4-AVC elementary streams extracted from European Sports DVB-S2. Those are real interlaced streams (not 24p, 25p, 29,97p pull-ups) featuring 50fps. They have all sorts of features like PAFF and these two filters fail terrible:

. CoreAVC 1.5.0.0
. ffdshow beta4a rev1723

Besides - I'd really like to get rid of DirectShowSource() dependency.

Best results I get with dgavcdec100a13, but can't automate it.

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i have the same problem..

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Old 4th February 2008, 05:55   #807  |  Link
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For the PAFF warning, just hit Yes to continue. It may or may not work, depending on libavcodec. If it doesn't play in ffdshow or VLC, it will probably fail in DGAVCDec as well. BTW, I've removed the PAFF warning in alpha 14, which I will post shortly.

For the other warning, hit No to disable further warnings. The streams I have with this warning decode correctly. This is a libavcodec issue.
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Old 4th February 2008, 07:10   #808  |  Link
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Version 1.0.0 alpha 14

* Completes transport stream support for video. You can now do Save Project on transport streams and serve the video with DGAVCDecode.

* Added Save Project and Demux Video option in the File menu.

* Added Loop Playback option in the Options menu.

* Added option to control creation of the info log in the Options menu.

* Corrected some manual problems and linked them in the Help menu.

* Removed the PAFF blow-up warning.

http://neuron2.net/dgavcdec/dgavcdec.html

Next up is audio demuxing and project ranges (cutting).
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Next up is audio demuxing and project ranges (cutting).
Great work!

Given that there are already tools for demuxing (xport, tsremux, ...) and project ranges (H264TS_Cutter), ... I'd really need that command line option.

Nothing fancy. Just stupid Open + Save Project + Exit.

DGAVCIndex -AIF=[video.h264] -Video_PID 1234 -EXIT -OF=video

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Yeah, me too. But good things need time (if this is the correct translation into english).

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OK, I'll do the CLI next.

It's going to have UNIX-style syntax, not the problematic one in DGMPGDec.
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It's going to have UNIX-style syntax, not the problematic one in DGMPGDec.
Best news I've heard all week!
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Now, how about the next step?
Linux support!
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How do you use AVISynth on Linux?
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Currently with Wine. DGAVCDec probably works too already.
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I meant native linux support.

Actually does anyone know what the overhead is like when running Avisynth or DGAVCDec on linux is? How does it compare when running on native windows xp?
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First - must be an AVS for Linux. Thought, AVS3 will be for Linux too, but it will be useable... somewere in the distant future ;P
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Version 1.0.0 alpha 15 -- adds CLI

OK, here's your primitive CLI:

http://neuron2.net/dgavcdec/dgavcdec.html
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- If the avs file already exists, saving the project does not rewrite the file. This would be nice incase a change is made to the template.
It's intentional. If you have made any changes to the automatically generated file, you don't want to lose them. Yes, I know you can argue it both ways, but I think changes to the generated script are more likely than changes to the template.

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- if the avs file already exists, opening the same-named.avc file again in DGAVCIndex locks the existing same-named.avs file. So if I want to delete it, I can't. I have to close DGAVCIndex, delete it, reopen DGAVCIndex, load the .avc file and reprocess it.
That's a bug. I'll fix it at some point.
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It's intentional. If you have made any changes to the automatically generated file, you don't want to lose them. Yes, I know you can argue it both ways, but I think changes to the generated script are more likely than changes to the template.

That's a bug. I'll fix it at some point.
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