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Old 28th June 2007, 05:32   #421  |  Link
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Please post a link to the file or a fragment thereof.

Not only just my h264 file, I tried a clip posted by others are having the same problem.

The is a clip posted by other (on page 15 of this thread)
http://rapidshare.com/files/32723790/test.264.html
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Old 28th June 2007, 09:05   #422  |  Link
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that file is garbage, don't use it. it a h264 stream demuxed from a MKV file with mplayer. the same thing worked ok when I replaced mplayer with the MKV tools that come with MeGUI!
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My h264 files are demuxed from mkv thru mkvextract.
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Then post the file you had that was causing problems.
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Old 28th June 2007, 14:35   #425  |  Link
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This is my h264 clip

http://www.divshare.com/download/1103616-217
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Old 28th June 2007, 18:33   #426  |  Link
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I can playback/index this track perfectly fine with dgavcdec alpha 5 & 6

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Old 29th June 2007, 00:23   #427  |  Link
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I can playback/index this track perfectly fine with dgavcdec alpha 5 & 6
Then Why dgavcindex crach while reading a h264 file ?? Any other factors casuing this problem ?
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Old 29th June 2007, 00:39   #428  |  Link
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Did you try the libavcodec from ffdshow?

Try putting the file in c:\ and opening it there (to rule out path problem).
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Old 29th June 2007, 01:20   #429  |  Link
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Did you try the libavcodec from ffdshow?

Try putting the file in c:\ and opening it there (to rule out path problem).
I tried reading the h264 file where put under c:\ but DGAVCindex still crash.

ffdshow ??? I ve ffdshow installed but not the tryout version mentioned in this thread.

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Old 29th June 2007, 03:53   #430  |  Link
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I guess there are some software conflicts on Windows XP and I can't figure it out.
Is it possible to trace out which software conflict with dgavcindex without reinstalltion of OS

ps. I'm able to open h264 file on another PC.

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Old 29th June 2007, 10:10   #431  |  Link
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Only things I can think of are Dependancy Walker, and Process Explorer. Run both and see what's conflicting. Dependancy Walker should be able to tell you if there's a DLL missing; open DGAVCIndex.exe and libavcodec.dll to find out. Process Explorer is good to find the DLL that the program's missing while it's running so that you can diagnose what's causing the problem.
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Only things I can think of are Dependancy Walker, and Process Explorer. Run both and see what's conflicting. Dependancy Walker should be able to tell you if there's a DLL missing; open DGAVCIndex.exe and libavcodec.dll to find out. Process Explorer is good to find the DLL that the program's missing while it's running so that you can diagnose what's causing the problem.
How to use dependencywalker for investigation ?
I opened the dgavcindex.exe and show an warning
"Warning: At least one module has an unresolved import due to a missing export function in a delay-load dependent module."
This is the screen cap

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OK, give us this info if you would be so kind.

Scroll down both lists and give us the names of the offending item(s) (they have exclamation marks next to them). Hopefully, we can nail this lil bugger.
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OK, give us this info if you would be so kind.

Scroll down both lists and give us the names of the offending item(s) (they have exclamation marks next to them). Hopefully, we can nail this lil bugger.

I can't see any item with an exclamation marks.
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OK, I'll have to do some digging on my system then and see if I have the same issue.
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Any news with implementing PAFF support?
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I'm working on transport stream support right now. I'll let you know if and when I start working on that.
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deblock=false

What mean this parameter?
When i must use deblock=false and when not?
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Old 3rd July 2007, 22:03   #439  |  Link
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If you want to see the effect of turning off the AVC in-loop deblocking. It's not recommended to encode that way but it is interesting to be able to see the effect of this AVC feature.
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Any findings of my problems ??????
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