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Old 29th May 2009, 15:11   #201  |  Link
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Multiple file support

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It was a new version because it had to support program streams.

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Here is 1.0.3 beta 1 that supports multiple input files for MPG (e.g., load multiple VOBs). Do not try to use the DGDecodeNV.dll with AVC or VC1 (yet), because they need new versions of the respective indexers. Please test and report.

http://neuron2.net/dgmpgdecnv/dgmpgdec103b1.zip
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Here is 1.0.3 beta 1 that supports multiple input files for MPG (e.g., load multiple VOBs).
worked fine to load multiple .vobs here...
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I had tried a brief mpeg clip (recorded from satellite) with both the beta and release versions, and while it loaded in a complex script, the script would not encode to xvid in virtualdub without crashing..
I'm using NV beta 4 from your website.

Now I updated my graphics driver to nvidia's latest 186.18 as recommended in the beta, and virtualdub is getting stuck when I try to load a one line avs script to load a video (this time a dvd backup). DGMPGIndexNV is what I used to create the dgm file.

dgsource("sja102.dgm")

It just stays 'not responding'... both with PureVideo for deinterlacing and without it.
any ideas?
I had an nvcuvid.dll in system32 but deleted it now. Doesn't seem to have solved the problem.

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I think I found what's wrong.
I'm using MT avisynth, and setmtmode(2,2) before dgsource - which it doesn't like. Solution for now is to dgsource before calling setmtmode (and to kill any running cuvid server).

Also how can I move the software to a different directory on another drive on my machine without having to get another license file?
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I think I found what's wrong.
I'm using MT avisynth, and setmtmode(2,2) before dgsource - which it doesn't like.
Correct.

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Also how can I move the software to a different directory on another drive on my machine without having to get another license file?
Just move it.
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Old 16th July 2009, 13:55   #205  |  Link
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Just a small cosmetic thing in NVbeta4:
When I open the DGDecodeNVManual.html file the title in the web browser says "DGAVCDecodeNVManual" instead of "DGDecodeNVManual".

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Thank you for your work, neuron2.

1. Can I use DGMPGDecNV with FFT3DGPU filter (http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=89941) safely? I've tried to do this with small video fragments and it seems everything looks fine. But I am not sure.
2. Do you planning to include noise reduction and edge enhancement features provided by NVidia?

I have NVidia 8800 GTS card and Vista32 OS.
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1. Can I use DGMPGDecNV with FFT3DGPU filter (http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=89941) safely? I've tried to do this with small video fragments and it seems everything looks fine. But I am not sure.
I don't know for sure either. My guess is that it is OK.

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If and when the NVCUVID API allows it.
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I had tried DGMPGDecNV beta 4 with DVD (it contains 4 vob files, detailed info see below). Index has been created succesfully. But within avs-script decoding process hangs approximately in the middle of the film. For other film it was stopped near to end of third part of the film.

I am using last NVidia drivers (v.190.38 international for Windows Vista 32), AviSynth 2.5.8, Windows Vista 32-bit Ultimate, GeForce 8800 GTS, GOM player.

here is the script
DGSource(dga="G:\video\_new\Gold Globus\England\video.dgm",deinterlace=2)

here is the detailed info about first part of the film

Video
ID : 224 (0xE0)
Format : MPEG Video
Format version : Version 2
Format profile : Main@Main
Format settings, Matrix : Default
Duration : 24mn 8s
Bit rate mode : Variable
Bit rate : 5 245 Kbps
Nominal bit rate : 9 800 Kbps
Width : 720 pixels
Height : 576 pixels
Display aspect ratio : 4/3
Frame rate : 25.000 fps
Standard : PAL
Colorimetry : 4:2:0
Scan type : Interlaced
Scan order : Bottom Field First
Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.506
Stream size : 906 MiB (88%)
Writing library : Jan 12 2008

- edit 1 -
Just discovered that with the deinterlace=1 everything works good. But I want to know what I am doing wrong?

- edit 2 -
I found in documentation: "Note that double rate deinterlacing requires Windows XP SP3!" Is there any possibility to use double rate deinterlacing on Vista SP2?

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^I have Windows XP SP3 and I have the same issue.using the same drivers. I'm using an 8400 GS.
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Is there any possibility to use double rate deinterlacing on Vista SP2?
You have to ask Nvidia. That is the advice I have from them.
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I have Windows XP SP3 and I have the same issue.using the same drivers. I'm using an 8400 GS.
I can't help you without a stream that I can use to duplicate the issue.
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I can't help you without a stream that I can use to duplicate the issue.
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Now tell me the steps to create your problem.
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1) Create .dgm file
2) AVS script
Code:
dgsource("espytest.dgm",deinterlace=2)
3) Open avs script in Virtualdub.
4) First half of video plays smooth. 2nd half doesn't play at all. 2nd half frames can be seeked, but cannot be played.
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1) Create .dgm file
2) AVS script
Code:
dgsource("espytest.dgm",deinterlace=2)
3) Open avs script in Virtualdub.
4) First half of video plays smooth. 2nd half doesn't play at all. 2nd half frames can be seeked, but cannot be played.
have the same issue (with the sample file you provided). windows media player and other programs also have problems playing the 2nd half.
2nd half is frame 123 - 248.


WinXP Prof SP3 + AviSynth 2.5.8 + VirtualDub 1.8.8 + DGIndexNV beta 4 + GeForce GTX 295 + nVIDIA GeForce 168.18

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^When your using WMP, what player are you using. FFDShow works fine for me.
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1) Create .dgm file
2) AVS script
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dgsource("espytest.dgm",deinterlace=2)
3) Open avs script in Virtualdub.
4) First half of video plays smooth. 2nd half doesn't play at all. 2nd half frames can be seeked, but cannot be played.
I know what the problem is and a fix will be forthcoming shortly.
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Yet another issue with NVBeta5.

When I am opening 4 vob files in DGMPGIndexNV for index creating I am getting error with following message:

GPU decoder: failed to create video decoder [100]

After this error happened I can't to close DGMPGIndexNV.

I am using last NVidia drivers (v.190.38 international for Windows Vista 32), Windows Vista 32-bit Ultimate, GeForce 8800 GTS.

== Edit 1 ==
I can't to use created index in avisynth script at all. Neither with deinterlace=0 nor deinterlace=1 nor deinterlace=2. There is no video output on my player (GOM).

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^I'm not having this problem.

Tried NVBeta6?

Try uninstalling and reinstalling drivers?
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