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Old 8th April 2012, 09:37   #1  |  Link
Verminaard
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File Indexer Problem (FFMSIndex and DGIndex)

Hello all,

I am having a strange problem with a friend's computer. I did search the forum but couldn't find the answer.

We have some MPG files that we want to convert to AVI. MPG files have MP2 audio, 352x288 resolution and 25 FPS.

I use one click encode on my computer and have no issues at all. But his computer does not encode the files, it fails at the beginning of the indexing process because it tries to use FFMSIndex instead of DGIndex. If we try to use the file indexer tool manually (CTRL+F2) it only allows the use of FFMSIndex and the other options are all grayed out. If we run the DGIndex manually from within the MeGUI folders and load the D2V file manually into MeGUI, it encodes fine.

Same MPG files work correctly on my computer. I have made a simple One Click profile. I am pasting it below. Just wondering if there is a way to add a line that will force the use of DGIndex in this profile or to another config file:

Code:
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<GenericProfileOfOneClickSettings xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema">
  <Name>MPG Conversion</Name>
  <Settings>
    <VideoProfileName>XviD: *scratchpad*</VideoProfileName>
    <AudioProfileName>LAME MP3: *scratchpad*</AudioProfileName>
    <AvsProfileName>AviSynth: *scratchpad*</AvsProfileName>
    <PrerenderVideo>false</PrerenderVideo>
    <DontEncodeAudio>migrated</DontEncodeAudio>
    <AudioEncodingModeString>Never</AudioEncodingModeString>
    <DontEncodeVideo>false</DontEncodeVideo>
    <SignalAR>false</SignalAR>
    <AutomaticDeinterlacing>false</AutomaticDeinterlacing>
    <AutoCrop>true</AutoCrop>
    <KeepInputResolution>true</KeepInputResolution>
    <OutputResolution>720</OutputResolution>
    <Filesize xsi:nil="true" />
    <SplitSize xsi:nil="true" />
    <ContainerCandidates>
      <string>AVI</string>
      <string>MKV</string>
    </ContainerCandidates>
    <UseChaptersMarks>false</UseChaptersMarks>
  </Settings>
</GenericProfileOfOneClickSettings>
I am sorry if this question has answered before but I couldn't find the answer in the forums.

Thanks to all in advance.

Regards
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