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Old 11th February 2009, 03:02   #41  |  Link
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How important is updating that "win\system32\nvcuvid.dll" file?
You could miss out on bug fixes. Try not to forget.
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Old 13th February 2009, 04:02   #42  |  Link
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Version 1.0.0b

Here is the second test version. I'll release this if there are no big problems found.

http://neuron2.net/dgmpgdecnv/dgmpgdecnv100b.zip
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^ i notice u have included dgdecode.dll with this release, is this intentional?
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Oops. Please re-download it. Thank you.
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Old 13th February 2009, 15:59   #45  |  Link
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From DGAVCIndexNV thread:
2. Fixed blocking on seeks with deinterlace=1.
@neuron: Did you fix this also in DGMPGIndexNV? I notice that in VDub few days ago, when I was seeking. And when i played same .avs in MPC, everything was fine. I'm in work right now, so I can't check new version.
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Everybody please re-download 1.0.0b. It had a bad bug in DGMPGDecodeNV.dll.
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Old 15th February 2009, 21:04   #47  |  Link
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Deinterlacing don't work for me. The encoded File stutter. Framerate is only 29,87 and not 29,97 after encoding.
If i use yadif for deinterlacing, everythink is fine.
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I can't help you without a source stream to allow me to duplicate your issue.
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Old 16th February 2009, 04:50   #49  |  Link
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Using 1.0.0b (with NVidia GeForce 8500 GT on XP SP3 32-bit)

Your work rocks... the new tool seem to be working great functionally for me but there are glitches. Decoding works but is choppy and slow when frameserving with AVISynth... This is only with the new MPGSource, I get great performance when frameserving AVC with DGAVCDecNV. I will try to put together a reproducible test case but it looks like I'm not the only one experiencing so you might have one already.

One regret: so far MPGSource() doesn't take the "info" parameter and passes no hints by default so the ColorMatrix() filter can't automatically decide what to do if chained next.

A side suggestion: Today there are different command line syntaxes and AVISynth syntax variations between all the DG*Dec tools. How about merging all the tools (DGMPGDec, DGAVCDec, DGVC1Dec, DGMPGDecNV, DGAVCDecNV) into a single binary at some point - and a single AVISynth function - with the NV features enabled as a switch, and of course only when the required hardware/license are present? That would be awesome.... not a major requirement but a nice-to-have at some point.
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I can't help you without a source stream to allow me to duplicate your issue.
i will upload a small sample file later this evening (german time)

EDIT:

Here is the Sample: http://rapidshare.com/files/198874638/sample.rar

it also includes 2 Encodes. One with Cuda Deinterlace and the other one with Yadif.

i use this script for encoding...

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loadplugin("DGMPGDecodeNV.dll")
#Load_Stdcall_plugin("yadif.dll")
mpgsource("sample.dgm", deinterlace=1)
#Yadif(2,1) #software-deinterlace
crop(2,0,1914,1076)#Temp
spline36resize(1280,720) #Temp

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I hope you noticed my edited post
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Old 17th February 2009, 14:56   #52  |  Link
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I tried with your stream and script and viewed the script in VirtualDub. Everything is fine while your MP4 is not.

Load your script into VirtualDub and single step. Is that OK? If OK, then something went wrong in your subsequent encoding. If not OK, then what is your OS, graphics card, and versions of DGMPGDecNV and CUVID Server?
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Encoding with Virtual Dub to xvid fails also.

I used the following Stuff here
- Vista x64 Sp1 and all Updates
- GeForce GTX260 with Driver 182.05 (but i will fallback to 181.22 for testing later)
- DGMPGDecNV and CUVID Server are both up2date.

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lol i found the problem

CUVID server needs to start in windows xp compatible mode on vista64. After this, everything works fine

So i think you need something to fix in the CUVID Server

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I don't have Vista 64 so unless you'd like to donate one, I'll just continue to pretend that it doesn't exist. But thank you for adding this useful tidbit.
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Old 18th February 2009, 21:30   #56  |  Link
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@neuron2: I just recently fixed my desktop computer, and I have a copy of Win Vista x64 on hand that I'm about to install. Would you like access to the desktop?
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You mean via Remote Desktop or some such thing?

Thanks, but I'd much rather bring up a dedicated machine.
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You can't use Direct3D over remote desktop so CUVIDServer wouldn't work anyway.
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DGAVCIndexNV showed us, that quality is better than by decoding with DGAVCIndex. CRF-Encode was quite smaller.

Is there the same effect with DGMPGIndexNV? For example with DVDs?
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DGAVCIndexNV showed us, that quality is better than by decoding with DGAVCIndex. CRF-Encode was quite smaller.
That's surprising and if it happens I can't see how it could possibly be due to just using DGAVCDecNV versus DGAVCDec.

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Is there the same effect with DGMPGIndexNV? For example with DVDs?
No such effect that I am aware of.
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