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Old 10th September 2019, 19:09   #1  |  Link
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SeekTester - Simple tool to check if video source plugin is frame accurate



Download -> https://www.mediafire.com/file/hdpef...Tester.7z/file

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One thing that could make it more usable for actual testing and debugging would be if the "error" frames also had a listing of which nearby (+-20 frames window maybe) linear access frame(s) have the same hash as the non-linear one.
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Thanks Atak, me give it a try, Nice addition.

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One thing that could make it more usable for actual testing and debugging would be if the "error" frames also had a listing of which nearby (+-20 frames window maybe) linear access frame(s) have the same hash as the non-linear one.
I thought about that before publishing but i wasn't sure if you guys maintaining plugins would really need it. Do you need info about first repeated frame ? For example in my screenshot frame 1 is being injected multiple times

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I thought about that before publishing but i wasn't sure if you guys maintaining plugins would really need it. Do you need info about first repeated frame ? For example in my screenshot frame 1 is being injected multiple times
Having an offset relative to the linear access makes it so much faster to spot if it's only one frame off/b-frame reordering issues/something else.

Even if I won't use it every day at least the screenshots posted by other people will be informative...
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Having an offset relative to the linear access makes it so much faster to spot if it's only one frame off/b-frame reordering issues/something else.

Even if I won't use it every day at least the screenshots posted by other people will be informative...
Something like this ?
Error - frame 1 repeated (offset -10)
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Something like this ?
Error - frame 1 repeated (offset -10)
Looks reasonable
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Looks reasonable


Looks correct or offset should be reversed (positive numbers)?
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Looks correct or offset should be reversed (positive numbers)?[/QUOTE]

Flip the sign and it's perfect
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Looks correct or offset should be reversed (positive numbers)?
Flip the sign and it's perfect[/QUOTE]

Ok. Updated version in first post.
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