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Old 9th February 2009, 14:53   #21  |  Link
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is there any reason why dgmpgdec doesnt have .mpg in the allowed extensions to open by default?
Because I haven't implemented program stream support yet.
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Old 9th February 2009, 15:06   #22  |  Link
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Hi,

Thanks for this. I've had no issues with dgmpgdecnv and you're right, the deinterlacer looks really good.

Initially though, I had problems with audio desynch. Turns out when demuxing with DGIndex I kept losing the first 10 frames of the vob. When using a different demuxer everything was fine. I'm using latest 1.5.3 so maybe there's still an issue with demuxing - I saw there was a recent entry in the changelog regarding this.

Here is a sample that illustrates the problem:

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=T3JSIH9Q

This probably belongs in the dgmpgdec thread but I figured that since people need to demux to use dgmpgdecnv... well it might be allright.

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I figured that since people need to demux to use dgmpgdecnv
That's needed only if you have a program stream for the moment. I'll add PS support.

I'll look at your stream. Thanks for pointing this out.

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Because I haven't implemented program stream support yet.
ahh ok.

if i was to use purevideo to de-interlace would this mean that when i encode in gordian knot i wont have to choose "field de-interlace (blend)" and instead would choose not to de-interlace at all?

many thanks neuron.
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if i was to use purevideo to de-interlace would this mean that when i encode in gordian knot i wont have to choose "field de-interlace (blend)" and instead would choose not to de-interlace at all?
That is correct.
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Er, can anyone please help ... I don't know what purevideo is, and I only download and install the driver for the 8800GT.

What else would I need installed to run this ? I'm in PAL territory.

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You've not been reading the threads about this.

Did you compare PureVideo to yadif?
Sorry ... anyone got a link ?

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purevideo isnt free, you can buy it from nvidia, it allows your videocard to do some of the processing when playing dvds/blurays so less of your cpu will be used. players like cyberlink powerdvd allow purevideo support.
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Thankyou. Do I need to buy it to use this new DGMPGDecNV 1.0.0 ?
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Er, can anyone please help ... I don't know what purevideo is, and I only download and install the driver for the 8800GT.
If you are talking about in the context of DGMPGDecNV, then it is already supported. All you need to do is enable it, either in the menu of DGMPGIndexNV, or using deinterlace=1 for DGMPGDecodeNV. I don't know what hajj_3 is talking about. If you are talking about some other context, then it's OT for this thread.

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i was on about purevideo, it isnt included in nvidia drivers is it? it didnt used to be atleast. NVIDIA PureVideo Decoder 1.02.233 is an installer i have which allows video players like powerdvd to use the gpu to playback videos so that it uses less of your cpu. Isnt this what DGMPGDec uses?

what are the differences between the 2 different options "single rate" and "double rate", which should we choose?

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i was on about purevideo, it isnt included in nvidia drivers is it?
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it didnt used to be atleast. NVIDIA PureVideo Decoder 1.02.233 is an installer i have which allows video players like powerdvd to use the gpu to playback videos so that it uses less of your cpu. Isnt this what DGMPGDec uses?
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Single rate is deinterlacing. Double rate is bobbing.
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A small thing: When I open DGMPGIndexNV.exe and select 'Disable Display', then open a vid, and then deselect 'Disable Display', I get a crash. Only seems to happen when I do things in that order, though.

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Turns out when demuxing with DGIndex I kept losing the first 10 frames of the vob.
OK, I have this fixed and will release it this evening.

And thanks for your "disable display" bug report too. I will fix it.
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neuron,
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I keep running into an error trying to run the included DGIndex- Missing License File... I'm attempting to use a .m2v I demuxed utilizing my regular DGIndex for testing purposes... am I just doing something wrong?

:edit:

Apparently I need to donate oops- I guess I'll be back this again once I find work and pay off the utilities

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Yet another excuse for me to get an NVIDIA card. Won't happen for a while yet (poor student, money has different priorities). Nice work Donald.
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I noticed today that you include CUVID Server 1.04 with DGMPGDecNV, but still have zipped the older 1.03 with AVC and VC1 versions. Is this an oversight, or should I NOT be using 1.04 for all 3 of your apps (I currently have 1.04 in its own directory and launch it for any of the three)?
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Always use the latest version of the CUVID server and nvcuvid.dll.

I'll have to think about packaging some more.
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How important is updating that "win\system32\nvcuvid.dll" file? I forgot to update it with every new DGxxxNV versions... :/
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