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Old 4th March 2010, 22:49   #1  |  Link
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Cannot use Analyze or Autocrop on DgIndexNV source

I can index the file perfectly, but when using the AVS Script Creator, autocrop does not produce any cropping values and pressing the analyze button throws the error "Failed to create video decoder (100) message"
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Old 4th March 2010, 22:54   #2  |  Link
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Are you using DGSource() or DGMultiSource()?
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Are you using DGSource() or DGMultiSource()?

Thanks. I just saw your earlier suggestion in the DgIndex forum and I can now run the analysis after closing the AVS preview window, but the autocrop feature will not work with or without the preview window open. In fact with it closed, it complains that the preview window needs to be open. I'm using DGSource().
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Use DGMultiSource().
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Wow. Worked like magic. You made my day. Why does this work?
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Wow. Worked like magic. You made my day. Why does this work?
Because it does what it was designed to do.
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Because it does what it was designed to do.
I guess I have some reading to do.
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Use DGMultiSource().
And thanks.
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Wow. Worked like magic. You made my day. Why does this work?
Because MEGUI tries to open multiple instances of the source filter. DGSource() is not designed to be instantiated more than once. DGMultiSource() is so designed, hence the name.

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