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Old 12th October 2007, 23:02   #81  |  Link
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thank you neruon2, this is going to get its way into megui autoupdate
Maybe test it first.
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Old 13th October 2007, 06:05   #82  |  Link
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Tested both with and without Use Full Paths with the setup I have a couple posts up. Both are workin great . Thanks neuron2!

EDIT: Lots of smilies. I guess everyone is happy so far :P

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Say thanks to Rainy too. He told me about PathCanonicalize().
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No need to mention. I'm just glad being able to contribute a little to this community.
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Old 19th October 2007, 00:11   #85  |  Link
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Version 1.5.0 beta 7

* Added checks for extra robustness against emulated audio start codes for MPEG audio in program streams. This fixes some known streams with emulated audio start codes.

http://neuron2.net/dgmpgdec/dgmpgdec150b7.zip

Not real exciting, but we need some testing exposure to ensure I haven't broken anything.
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we'll have feedback soon, since i added this version to MeGUI autoupdate...
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Old 20th October 2007, 21:44   #87  |  Link
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Hi folks,

Where can I find the "Older" versions downloads?

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http://neuron2.net/dgmpgdec/dgmpgdec.html

If you are looking for older DVD2AVI binaries, then please use Google.
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Old 20th October 2007, 22:22   #89  |  Link
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Hi neuron2,

Thanks ... No, I just have a habit of keeping the older versions of a program that I like ... just in case the newer version acts up for me.

THANKS Again,

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With DGMPGDec, newer release versions are always better!

That's thanks to the extensive testing and feedback provided by the Doom9 forum members and third-party integrators.

Betas...well, that's why they're called betas.
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neuron2: why not integrating avc decoding into dgdecode.dll?
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Can you add the ability to recognize DTS-HD MA?
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why not integrating avc decoding into dgdecode.dll?
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Why not a great update?


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The MPEG and AVC syntaxes are so different that the whole edifice would have to change to support both. I don't really see the advantage anyway.

I'm also in a low-energy state right now viz-a-viz development work. I'm trying to shuck off some of my other responsibilities (swimming instruction) that have gotten out of hand to give me time again for development.
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Version 1.5.0 beta 8

* The infamous GOP warning popup has been consigned to the dustbin of history. The D2V Parse log now shows the open/closed status of the GOPs, so if you need to know if your opening GOP is open, look there.

* The Info dialog position is no longer pegged to the main DGIndex window. It can be independently positioned and its position is saved and restored via the INI file.

http://neuron2.net/dgmpgdec/dgmpgdec150b8.zip
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Hi Neuron2,

THANKS for this GREAT Program. I took your advice and tossed away my last versions and using the 1.5.0beta8.

On the "Info Dialog" box ... I guess someone must have asked you to change it so it would not be pegged to the main DGIndex window ... I wonder why would that would have been a bother to someone ... so be it ...

I was wondering if you could go back to the "Square" look for the "Info Dialog" box ... since some of us folks still use the 15.4" screens and the Info Dialog box in it's long Rectangular look goes way below Visible area ... and I have to keep moving it up and down so I can see the "Status Box".

If this is an easy fix ... it would be appreciated.

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I was wondering if you could go back to the "Square" look for the "Info Dialog" box ... since some of us folks still use the 15.4" screens and the Info Dialog box in it's long Rectangular look goes way below Visible area ... and I have to keep moving it up and down so I can see the "Status Box".
What's your screen resolution set to?
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There seems to be two more bugs with beta 8 that I didn't see earlier.

The first is when I was indexing decrypted vob files, the audio channels refused to appear. They were definately there and it worked fine in 1.4.9 (I ran it with that version too without problems). To quickly sort this issue, I deleted the dgindex.ini file, and then put the IDCT back to my preferred setting (I know it just changes a number in the index file for the decoder), and tried it again and it worked! it was with more than one dvd as well!

The second issue relates to the programme not actually showing upm but apprearing in the taskbar. Again when the ini file was deleted it came up fine!

I was also just wondering, does the mpeg2 decoder in the dgdecode file support instructions up to and including ssse3? (where instructions can be used)
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The INI file format changed in beta 8. DGIndex is supposed to detect that and default the INI file but maybe that is broken. If you open DGIndex and then close it, everything should be OK thereafter. Let me know if that is not the case.

DGMPGDec is optimized only for SSE2.
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When I copied over the new version the ini file was renewed. The audio problem occurred after that. I did have change the default settings in the programme the first time and that seemed to stuff it up! The second issue was a bit stranger, the programme was locked in the taskbar, it wouldn't maximise. I ended the process, tried it a few times with the same result. After deleting the INI file again it worked.
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I don't understand. Are you having a problem now or not?
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