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Old 2nd December 2006, 18:03   #361  |  Link
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Thanks... that works a lot better now

Both the CT AAC audio and XviD video streams are encoded at the correct bit-rate. And muxed into the MP4 container.... Great.

However, I have now noticed the following. The "firstpass.avi" is a full one. And both .AVI passes contain packed bit-stream!

I did not think it was possible to configure XvidEncRAW to generate MPEG-4 streams with packed bit-stream.

Here's the log: -
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15:37:45 0.52b  - - - - - - - - - - - - - START JOBS - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
15:37:45 Selected Input file:     T:\Encoder Testing\Source - MPEG-2+AC3 in VOB.VOB
15:37:45 Selected Output dir:     T:\Encoder Testing\temp\
15:37:45 Selected Container type: MP4
15:37:45 Selected Size:           1 CD
15:37:45 Selected Slice:          1
15:37:45 Selected Encoder:        XviD
15:37:45 Selected Profile:        XviD_Normal.xml
15:37:45 Selected Width:          720
15:37:45 Selected Resizer:        NONE
15:37:45 Selected Filters:        NONE
15:37:45 Selected Deinterlacer:   NONE
15:37:45 NeroAACEnc.exe not present
15:37:45 Enabled Bitrate encoding with value 210
15:37:45 Track Language 1:        AC3 Audio Stream 0
15:37:45 Audio Codec 1:           Coding Tech. AAC
15:37:45 Audio Quality 1:         128
15:37:45 
15:37:45 Dgindex CMD: T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\dgindex\dgindex.exe -FO=0 -OM=1 -TN=1 -YR=2 -AIF=[T:\Encoder Testing\Source - MPEG-2+AC3 in VOB.VOB] -OF=[T:\Encoder Testing\temp\movie] -exit -minimize
15:37:45 Starting fixing audio delay on track number 1
15:37:45 DelayCut CMD: T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\dgindex\Delaycut.exe -auto -out "T:\Encoder Testing\temp\fixed1.ac3" "T:\Encoder Testing\temp\movie T01 3_2ch 448Kbps DELAY -448ms.ac3"
15:37:45 Original 1' Audio Size:  2808064 bytes
15:37:45 Finished fixing audio delay
15:37:45 Encoding T:\Encoder Testing\temp\fixed1.ac3 to Coding Tech. AAC with 131072 setting
15:37:56 Encoded 1' Audio Track:  821301 bytes
15:37:59 Number of Frames:        1270
15:37:59 Framerate:               25.000000
15:37:59 Movie lenght in Seconds: 51
15:37:59 Movie Width:             720
15:37:59 Movie Height:            576
15:37:59 FIRST pass XviD:         "T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\encoder\xvid_encraw.exe" -pass1 -progress -bitrate 210 -turbo -threads 1 -max_bframes 2 -imax 16 -quality 6 -vhqmode 1 -pmax 16 -bmax 16 -bquant_ratio 162 -chigh 15 -clow 5 -nochromame -noclosed_gop -bvhq  -i "T:\Encoder Testing\temp\movie.avs" -type 2 -avi "T:\Encoder Testing\temp\movie_firstpass.avi"
15:37:59 SECOND pass XviD:        "T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\encoder\xvid_encraw.exe" -pass2 -progress -bitrate 210 -threads 1 -max_bframes 2 -imax 16 -quality 6 -vhqmode 1 -pmax 16 -bmax 16 -bquant_ratio 162 -chigh 15 -clow 5 -nochromame -noclosed_gop -bvhq  -i "T:\Encoder Testing\temp\movie.avs" -type 2 -avi "T:\Encoder Testing\temp\movie.avi"
15:37:59 Starting First Pass
15:38:39 Starting Second Pass
15:39:24 Only Movie Size:         1310998 bytes
15:39:24 T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\matroska\mp4box.exe -add "T:\Encoder Testing\temp\movie.avi":par=2.350000  -chap "T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\chapters.txt"  -add "T:\Encoder Testing\temp\audio.mp4:lang=und"  -fps 25.000000 "T:\Encoder Testing\temp\xvid with 6ch aac 210.mp4"
15:39:24 Final Muxed size:        2103645 bytes
15:39:24 Encoding finished:       00:01:39 elapsed time
15:39:24 -----------------------------------------------------------------------
15:39:24 Script AutoCrop.log
15:39:24  
15:39:24 Crop(0,74,720,432)
15:39:24 -----------------------------------------------------------------------
15:39:24 Script Resmovie.avs
15:39:24  
15:39:24 -----------------------------------------------------------------------
15:39:24 Script movie.avs
15:39:24  
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\autocrop.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\blockbuster.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\cnr2.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\ColorMatrix.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\Convolution3D.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\corrector.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\DctFilter.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\Decomb.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\Deen.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\degrainmedian.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\DGDecode.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\EEDI2.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\fft3dfilter.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\FluxSmooth.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\frfun7.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\hqdn3d.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\LeakKernelDeint.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\MaskTools.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\medianblur.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\MipSmooth.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\mvtools.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\NicAudio.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\RemoveGrain.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\SangNom.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\SimpleResize.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\TBilateral.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\TDeint.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\TIVTC.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\TomsMoComp.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\TTempSmooth.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\UnDot.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\UnFilter.dll")
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\VSFilter.dll")
15:39:24 #loadpluginstart
15:39:24 
15:39:24 #test1
15:39:24 
15:39:24 Import("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\mvbob.avsi")
15:39:24 Import("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\QMF.avsi")
15:39:24 #importstart
15:39:24 
15:39:24 #test2
15:39:24 
15:39:24 movie = mpeg2source("T:\Encoder Testing\temp\movie.d2v")
15:39:24 function getOrder(clip c) { 
15:39:24 order = GetParity(c) ? 1 : 0 
15:39:24 Return order } 
15:39:24 #filter1start
15:39:24 
15:39:24 #test3
15:39:24 
15:39:24 #cropstart
15:39:24 
15:39:24 cropclip = autocrop(movie,mode=0,wmultof=4,hmultof=4,samples=40,aspect=0,threshold=34,samplestartframe=0)
15:39:24 fixed_aspect = 1.422222
15:39:24 c_width = width(cropclip)
15:39:24 c_height = Round(height(cropclip) / fixed_aspect)
15:39:24 input_par = float(float(c_width)/float(c_height))
15:39:24 input_par = input_par > 1.4 ? input_par : (4.0/3.0)
15:39:24 out_width = 720
15:39:24 out_height = Round(float(out_width) / input_par)
15:39:24 hmod = out_height - (floor(out_height / 16 ) * 16)
15:39:24 out_height = (hmod > 4) ? (out_height + (16 - hmod)) : (out_height - hmod)
15:39:24 new_aspect = (float(out_width) / float(out_height)) / fixed_aspect
15:39:24 autocrop(movie,mode=0,wmultof=4,hmultof=4,samples=40,aspect=new_aspect,threshold=34,samplestartframe=0)
15:39:24 
15:39:24 #resizestart
15:39:24 
15:39:24 #test4
15:39:24 
15:39:24 last=movie
15:39:24 #filter2start
15:39:24 
15:39:24 #test5
15:39:24 
15:39:24 return last
15:39:24 -----------------------------------------------------------------------
15:39:24 Script mkvmaudio.avs
15:39:24  
15:39:24 LoadPlugin("T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\filter\NicAudio.dll")
15:39:24 NicAC3Source("T:\Encoder Testing\temp\fixed1.ac3")
15:39:24 EnsureVBRMP3Sync()
15:39:24 ConvertAudioTo16bit()
15:39:24 #Applyed Original downmixing routines
15:39:24 Normalize()
15:39:24 -----------------------------------------------------------------------
15:39:24 Script mkvmaudio.bat
15:39:24  
15:39:24 "T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\besweet\bepipe.exe" --script "Import(^T:\Encoder Testing\temp\mkvmaudio.avs^)" | "T:\Encoder Testing\AutoMKV\00 AutoMKV052\exe\besweet\enc_aacPlus.exe" - "T:\Encoder Testing\temp\audio.aac" --cbr 131072
15:39:24 -----------------------------------------------------------------------
15:39:24 Script mkvmaudio2.avs
15:39:24  
15:39:24 -----------------------------------------------------------------------
15:39:24 Script mkvmaudio2.bat
15:39:24  
15:39:24  
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Old 2nd December 2006, 18:19   #362  |  Link
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@buzzqw :

Puuuh ! I think i Found the error - TS file works correctly when triggerd in gui ...

Same file in CLI mode fails ... i think it has to do with the created temp directory ... in cli the temp dir is not created in destination where film.ts is.

IT IS CREATED on DIR above !

MAybe this is the error ?

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i got a simple question.

What would be the chances on implementing something like x264farm?

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=117889

Surely this would only be an advanced option, but the potential to hook up 3 computers to achieve realtime x264 encoding is absolutely exciting. Especially since I have a MacBook sitting right here with more horsepower than my fastest Windows machine!

I know this is not quite the perfect place to ask you, but it would be very interesting to see it get implemented.

Thanks man, and keep up the good work!
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Old 2nd December 2006, 21:31   #364  |  Link
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A quick question about an encoding I have going on right now...

All previous encodes I have done, properly de-interlace and IVTC. The sources are 1080i HD sources, so they all go down to 23.976fps perfectly.

If you take a look at this screenshot, it says 29.976...

http://consumeroo.com/files/x264-ivtc.png

Will my source be 29.976 or 23.976 fps? I only ask because if the source is being put in at 29.976 and the IVTC happens after the encode is done, isn't that a waste of encoding time? I mean, that's 6fps that are being encoded that don't need to be.

Just wondering because it seems to me, on all my previous encodes, when I look at that x264 cmd line window, it reads 23.976...

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Will my source be 29.976 or 23.976 fps? I only ask because if the source is being put in at 29.976 and the IVTC happens after the encode is done, isn't that a waste of encoding time? I mean, that's 6fps that are being encoded that don't need to be.
This will depend on whether your 1080i source contains genuine "progressive" frames!


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This will depend on whether your 1080i source contains genuine "progressive" frames!


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See that's what I am getting at though... this source, like all my previous is 1080i. It seems to be that it would read 23.98 fps in all my encodes before, so if it's not IVTC the source properly then there is a bug preventing it from being detected properly.

I can guarantee you this source needs to be IVTC'd...
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See that's what I am getting at though... this source, like all my previous is 1080i.
Indeed, perhaps the "progressive flagging" information within this particular stream has been corrupted or is missing....

Just to make clear to others who may be reading this though. It is wrong to assume that all 1080i sources contain "progessive" frames. There's plenty of "pure interlaced" and "blended" frame content out there too!
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take a look at deint.log

what is the diagnosis ?

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CLI Mode with ProjectX seems indeed broken in new Version (052b)...
TEMP Directory is created at worng path ... XVID_Encraw parameters pathes are different from GUI mode
(Not using abolsut Path)

Quote:
13:04:19 Demuxing with ProjectX.jar -log -out "temp" "d:\ace3.0\tmp\film.ts"
13:06:19 Starting fixing all audio files
13:06:20 ERROR - There are some problem with movie lenght! Try parsing D2V file
13:06:20 Number of Frames: 0
13:06:20 Framerate:
13:06:20 Movie lenght in Seconds: -2147483647
13:06:20 Movie Width:
13:06:20 Movie Height:
13:06:21 Order: 1
13:06:21 Single Pass Encoding XviD: "D:\ACE3.0\exe\encoder\xvid_encraw.exe" -single -progress -bitrate 0 -threads 1 -max_bframes 1 -imax 16 -quality 5 -vhqmode 0 -pmax 16 -bmax 16 -bquant_ratio 162 -ostrength 0 -nochromame -noclosed_gop -qmatrix "D:\ACE3.0\profiles\XviD-profiles\matrix\Didees SixOfNine.cqm" -i "temp\movie.avs" -type 2 -avi "temp\movie.avi"
13:06:22 D:\ACE3.0\exe\matroska\mkvmerge.exe -o "temp\movie.mkv" --aspect-ratio 1:-1.#IND00 --chapters "D:\ACE3.0\exe\chapters.txt" "temp\movie.avi"
13:06:23 Final Muxed size: -1 bytes
13:06:23 Encoding finished: 00:02:04 elapsed time
DGindex is then pointed to wrong path (i think) and fails ... its opening but is doing nothing ... no picture - no progress.

In Gui mode TS file is encoded correctly ... CLI Fails.

@buzzqw : Could you please do a codeing in cli mode with the TS file from me and ProjectX activated ..? I think you will see what i mean. Thanks !!!

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fixed ! thanks for bug hunting !

use this build www.64k.it/andres/data/a/AutoMKV052c.exe

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Encoded the dvd successfully, 2 ac3 6ch soundtracks, 2 subtitles different angles, and one vido! =)

I encoded the dvd using the insane hq quality settings, but what i got was not really impressing at all. Especially it always has those weird vertical lines that come up when a surface moves, like on this screenshot below. Any idea why? Is this just the codec or some setting that is messing it up? I mean the audio sizes are about 500mb, so the video itself has about 550mb, which should be enough for an amazing quality video. Used standard removegrain 2 filter, no resizing and autodeinterlace, no cust matrix.

Here a screenshot of the original dvd:


Here a screenshot of the insane quality x264 encoding, size of 1100 mb, mp4filesize is 530mb


About the d:\dvd folder that is being created and not deleted, here are the logs: (oh and also a file d:\x264profile.xml is created, guessing it should be in the temp folder too right?)hm .log file was empty? Will do another encode with xvid to see if i get a better quality movie, will post the log file then i guess...

Oh and one last thing, would it be possible to make a certain output folder default? (like with a button, make this output folder default, so next start of automkv that folder is automatically selected, and not the input folder.

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@buzzqw : It's a pleasure to give a little work back to you !

Thanx for all ...

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Old 3rd December 2006, 16:22   #373  |  Link
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maybe a problem of deinterlacer... can you check in move.avs the deinterlacer (if any) used ? (could be leakkernel,tdeint...)

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yep deinterlacer was used, will try to look into it, but now i found a new problem. I tried to encode a dvdrip into a mkv file, but encoding it dvx not x264, now i dont know what exactly happens, but it rips the subs, it encodes the audio, all as usual, and when it comes to encoding it stops. Here's the log file:

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Selected Input file:     D:\automkv\DVDrip\VIDEO_TS\VTS_01_0.IFO
Selected Output dir:     D:\temp\
Selected Container type: MKV
Selected Size:           1050
Selected Slice:          1
Selected Encoder:        XviD
Selected Profile:        XviD_Normal.xml
Selected Width:          Automatic
Selected Resizer:        NONE
Selected Filters:        RemoveGrain(mode=2)
Selected Deinterlacer:   AUTO
Enabled CRF/CQ autoresize with value 2.5
Track Language 1:        English (AC3 6ch, 0xBD 0x81) [0,1]
Audio Codec 1:           Nero AAC
Audio Quality 1:         0.35
Track Language 2:        Deutsch (AC3 6ch, 0xBD 0x80) [0,1]
Audio Codec 2:           Nero AAC
Audio Quality 2:         0.35

Starting SubRipping
Selected All subtitles tracks
Finished SubRipping
Subtitle Size:           11464704 bytes
Starting Indexing
Dgindex CMD: D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\dgindex\dgindex.exe -FO=0 -OM=1 -TN=2,1 -YR=2 -AIF=[D:\automkv\DVDrip\VIDEO_TS\VTS_01_1.vob] -OF=[D:\temp\movie] -exit -minimize
Finished indexing
Starting fixing audio delay on track number 2
DelayCut CMD: D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\dgindex\Delaycut.exe -auto -out "D:\temp\fixed2.ac3" "D:\temp\movie T01 3_2ch 448Kbps DELAY 2ms.ac3"
Original 2' Audio Size:  386509312 bytes
DelayCut CMD: D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\dgindex\Delaycut.exe -auto -out "D:\temp\fixed1.ac3" "D:\temp\movie T02 3_2ch 448Kbps DELAY 2ms.ac3"
Original 1' Audio Size:  386507520 bytes
Finished fixing audio delay
Encoding D:\temp\fixed1.ac3 to NeroAAC with 0.35 quality
Encoded 1' Audio Track:  77587287 bytes
Encoding D:\temp\fixed2.ac3 to NeroAAC with 0.35 quality
Encoded 2' Audio Track:  78925094 bytes
Number of Frames:        172552
Framerate:               25.000000
Movie lenght in Seconds: 6903
Movie Width:             720
Movie Height:            576
Processing completed. Type is determined to be interlaced.
BFF:                     256
TFF:                     260
Order:                   1
FIRST pass XviD:         "D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\encoder\xvid_encraw.exe" -pass1 -progress -bitrate 1086 -turbo -threads 2 -max_bframes 2 -imax 16 -quality 6 -vhqmode 1 -pmax 16 -bmax 16 -bquant_ratio 162 -chigh 15 -clow 5 -nochromame -noclosed_gop -bvhq -qmatrix "D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\profiles\XviD-profiles\matrix\Sharktooth's EQM v3LR.cqm"  -i "D:\temp\movie.avs" -type 2 -avi "D:\temp\movie_firstpass.avi"
SECOND pass XviD:        "D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\encoder\xvid_encraw.exe" -pass2 -progress -bitrate 1086 -threads 2 -max_bframes 2 -imax 16 -quality 6 -vhqmode 1 -pmax 16 -bmax 16 -bquant_ratio 162 -chigh 15 -clow 5 -nochromame -noclosed_gop -bvhq -qmatrix "D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\profiles\XviD-profiles\matrix\Sharktooth's EQM v3LR.cqm"  -i "D:\temp\movie.avs" -type 2 -avi "D:\temp\movie.avi"
Starting First Pass
Starting Second Pass
Selected Subtitle Track: RIP ALL SUBS
D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\matroska\mkvmerge.exe -o "D:\temp\movie.mkv" --aspect-ratio 1:1.777778 --chapters "D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\chapters.txt" "D:\temp\movie.avi" --language 1:eng "D:\temp\audio.mp4" --language 1:deu "D:\temp\audio2.mp4" "D:\temp\movie.idx"
Final Muxed size:        -1 bytes
Encoding finished:       00:36:22 elapsed time
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Script AutoCrop.log
 
Crop(10,0,700,576)
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Script Resmovie.avs
 
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Script movie.avs
 
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\autocrop.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\blockbuster.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\cnr2.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\ColorMatrix.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\Convolution3D.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\corrector.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\DctFilter.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\Decomb.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\Deen.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\degrainmedian.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\DGDecode.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\EEDI2.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\fft3dfilter.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\FluxSmooth.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\frfun7.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\hqdn3d.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\LeakKernelDeint.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\MaskTools.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\medianblur.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\MipSmooth.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\mvtools.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\NicAudio.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\RemoveGrain.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\SangNom.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\SimpleResize.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\TBilateral.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\TDeint.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\TIVTC.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\TomsMoComp.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\TTempSmooth.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\UnDot.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\UnFilter.dll")
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\VSFilter.dll")
#loadpluginstart

#test1

Import("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\mvbob.avsi")
Import("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\QMF.avsi")
#importstart

#test2

movie = mpeg2source("D:\temp\movie.d2v")
function getOrder(clip c) { 
order = GetParity(c) ? 1 : 0 
Return order } 
#filter1start

#test3

#cropstart

cropclip = autocrop(movie,mode=0,wmultof=4,hmultof=4,samples=40,aspect=0,threshold=34,samplestartframe=0)
fixed_aspect = 1.422222
c_width = width(cropclip)
c_height = Round(height(cropclip) / fixed_aspect)
input_par = float(float(c_width)/float(c_height))
input_par = input_par > 1.4 ? input_par : (4.0/3.0)
out_width = 720
out_height = Round(float(out_width) / input_par)
hmod = out_height - (floor(out_height / 16 ) * 16)
out_height = (hmod > 4) ? (out_height + (16 - hmod)) : (out_height - hmod)
new_aspect = (float(out_width) / float(out_height)) / fixed_aspect
autocrop(movie,mode=0,wmultof=4,hmultof=4,samples=40,aspect=new_aspect,threshold=34,samplestartframe=0)

#resizestart

#test4

last=movie
LeakKernelDeint(order=1,sharp=true)
#filter2start

#test5

RemoveGrain(mode=2)
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Script mkvmaudio.avs
 
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\NicAudio.dll")
NicAC3Source("D:\temp\fixed1.ac3")
EnsureVBRMP3Sync()
ConvertAudioToFloat()
#Applyed Stereo downmixing routines
function stereo(clip a)
{
fl = GetChannel(a, 1)
fr = GetChannel(a, 2)
c = GetChannel(a, 3)
lfe = GetChannel(a, 4)
sl = GetChannel(a, 5)
sr = GetChannel(a, 6)
l_sl = MixAudio(fl, sl, 0.2929, 0.2929)
c_lfe = MixAudio(lfe, c, 0.2071, 0.2071)
r_sr = MixAudio(fr, sr, 0.2929, 0.2929)
l = MixAudio(l_sl, c_lfe, 1.0, 1.0)
r = MixAudio(r_sr, c_lfe, 1.0, 1.0)
Return MergeChannels(l, r).Normalize()
}
#
function original(clip a)
{
Normalize(a)
Return last
}
6==Audiochannels() ? stereo() : original()
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Script mkvmaudio.bat
 
"D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\besweet\bepipe.exe" --script "Import(^D:\temp\mkvmaudio.avs^)" | "D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\besweet\neroaacenc.exe" -ignorelength -q 0.35 -if - -of "D:\temp\audio.mp4"
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Script mkvmaudio2.avs
 
LoadPlugin("D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\NicAudio.dll")
NicAC3Source("D:\temp\fixed2.ac3")
EnsureVBRMP3Sync()
ConvertAudioToFloat()
#Applyed Stereo downmixing routines
function stereo(clip a)
{
fl = GetChannel(a, 1)
fr = GetChannel(a, 2)
c = GetChannel(a, 3)
lfe = GetChannel(a, 4)
sl = GetChannel(a, 5)
sr = GetChannel(a, 6)
l_sl = MixAudio(fl, sl, 0.2929, 0.2929)
c_lfe = MixAudio(lfe, c, 0.2071, 0.2071)
r_sr = MixAudio(fr, sr, 0.2929, 0.2929)
l = MixAudio(l_sl, c_lfe, 1.0, 1.0)
r = MixAudio(r_sr, c_lfe, 1.0, 1.0)
Return MergeChannels(l, r).Normalize()
}
#
function original(clip a)
{
Normalize(a)
Return last
}
6==Audiochannels() ? stereo() : original()
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Script mkvmaudio2.bat
 
"D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\besweet\bepipe.exe" --script "Import(^D:\temp\mkvmaudio2.avs^)" | "D:\automkv\AutoMKV052\exe\besweet\neroaacenc.exe" -ignorelength -q 0.35 -if - -of "D:\temp\audio2.mp4"
 
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While using the xvid_cq profile I get a message saying AVIMUx_BUII.ex has encountered a problem and needs to close.

I am using 52b.

Here is the log file.

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Selected Input file: E:\Movies\RipDVDFab\MainMovie\X3\VIDEO_TS\VTS_01_0.IFO
Selected Output dir: E:\Movies\Output\temp\
Selected Container type: AVI
Selected Size: 1 CD
Selected Slice: 1
Selected Encoder: XviD
Selected Profile: XviD_CQ25.xml
Selected Width: 640
Selected Resizer: LanczosResize
Selected Filters: RemoveGrain(mode=2)
Selected Deinterlacer: AUTO
NeroAACEnc.exe not present
Enabled CRF/CQ autoresize with value 2.5
Track Language 1: English (AC3 6ch, 0xBD 0x80) [0]
Audio Codec 1: Lame
Audio Quality 1: 4
Selected Unlimited media size
Starting Indexing
Dgindex CMD: C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\dgindex\dgindex.exe -FO=0 -OM=1 -TN=1 -YR=2 -AIF=[E:\Movies\RipDVDFab\MainMovie\X3\VIDEO_TS\VTS_01_1.vob] -OF=[E:\Movies\Output\temp\movie] -exit -minimize
Finished indexing
Starting fixing audio delay on track number 1
DelayCut CMD: C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\dgindex\Delaycut.exe -auto -out "E:\Movies\Output\temp\fixed1.ac3" "E:\Movies\Output\temp\movie T01 3_2ch 448Kbps DELAY 0ms.ac3"
Original 1' Audio Size: 349767936 bytes
Finished fixing audio delay
Encoding E:\Movies\Output\temp\fixed1.ac3 To Mp3 with 4 quality
Encoded 1' Audio Track: 109819992 bytes
ForcedFilm applied: 99.900002% FILM found
Number of Frames: 149751
Framerate: 23.976025
Movie lenght in Seconds: 6246
Movie Width: 720
Movie Height: 480
CQ encoding XviD: C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\encoder\xvid_encraw.exe -cq 2.5 -progress -threads 1 -max_bframes 2 -imax 31 -quality 6 -vhqmode 1 -qtype 0 -pmax 31 -bmax 31 -bquant_ratio 162 -bquant_offset 0 -nochromame -noclosed_gop -bvhq -qmatrix "C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\profiles\XviD-profiles\matrix\Sharktooth's EQM v3LR.cqm" -i "E:\Movies\Output\temp\movie.avs" -type 2 -avi "E:\Movies\Output\temp\movie.avi"
Accepted values are between 697303040 and 741343232 bytes (movie+audio)
Got a file of size: 823331980 bytes + audio size 109819992 bytes (933152000)
Only Movie Size: 823331980 bytes
Final Muxed size: -1 bytes
Encoding finished: 05:38:51 elapsed time
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Muxing Script
C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\matroska\AVIMux_GUI.exe E:\Movies\Output\temp\muxavi

CLEAR
LOAD E:\Movies\Output\temp\movie.avi
LOAD E:\Movies\Output\temp\audio.mp3
SELECT FILE 1
ADD VIDEOSOURCE
SET INPUT OPTIONS
SET OPTION MP3 VERIFY CBR NEVER
SET OPTION MP3 VERIFY RESDLG OFF
SET OUTPUT OPTIONS
WITH SET OPTION
OPENDML 0
RECLISTS 0
AUDIO INTERLEAVE 3 FR
AVI ADDJUNKBEFOREHEADERS 0
PRELOAD 200
WITH AUDIO
NAME 1 english
END WITH
OVERWRITEDLG 0
CLOSEAPP 1
DONEDLG 0
ALL AUDIO 1
LEGACY 0
RECLISTS 1
NUMBERING OFF
MAXFILESIZE OFF
END WITH
START E:\Movies\Output\temp\x3_full.avi
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Script AutoCrop.log

Crop(0,60,720,360)
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Script Resmovie.avs

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Script movie.avs

LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\autocrop.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\blockbuster.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\cnr2.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\ColorMatrix.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\Convolution3D.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\corrector.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\DctFilter.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\Decomb.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\Deen.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\degrainmedian.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\DGDecode.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\EEDI2.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\fft3dfilter.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\FluxSmooth.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\frfun7.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\hqdn3d.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\LeakKernelDeint.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\MaskTools.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\medianblur.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\MipSmooth.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\mvtools.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\NicAudio.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\RemoveGrain.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\SangNom.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\SimpleResize.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\TBilateral.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\TDeint.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\TIVTC.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\TomsMoComp.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\TTempSmooth.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\UnDot.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\UnFilter.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\VSFilter.dll")
#loadpluginstart

#test1

Import("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\mvbob.avsi")
Import("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\QMF.avsi")
#importstart

#test2

movie = mpeg2source("E:\Movies\Output\temp\movie.d2v")
function getOrder(clip c) {
order = GetParity(c) ? 1 : 0
Return order }
#filter1start

#test3

#cropstart

cropclip = autocrop(movie,mode=0,wmultof=4,hmultof=4,samples=40,aspect=0,threshold=34,samplestartframe=0)
fixed_aspect = 1.185185
c_width = width(cropclip)
c_height = Round(height(cropclip) / fixed_aspect)
input_par = float(float(c_width)/float(c_height))
input_par = input_par > 1.4 ? input_par : (4.0/3.0)
out_width = 640
out_height = Round(float(out_width) / input_par)
hmod = out_height - (floor(out_height / 16 ) * 16)
out_height = (hmod > 4) ? (out_height + (16 - hmod)) : (out_height - hmod)
new_aspect = (float(out_width) / float(out_height)) / fixed_aspect
autocrop(movie,mode=0,wmultof=4,hmultof=4,samples=40,aspect=new_aspect,threshold=34,samplestartframe=0)

#resizestart

#test4

LanczosResize(out_width,out_height)
#filter2start

#test5

RemoveGrain(mode=2)
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Script mkvmaudio.avs

LoadPlugin("C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\filter\NicAudio.dll")
NicAC3Source("E:\Movies\Output\temp\fixed1.ac3")
EnsureVBRMP3Sync()
ConvertAudioTo16bit()
#Applyed Stereo downmixing routines
function stereo(clip a)
{
fl = GetChannel(a, 1)
fr = GetChannel(a, 2)
c = GetChannel(a, 3)
lfe = GetChannel(a, 4)
sl = GetChannel(a, 5)
sr = GetChannel(a, 6)
l_sl = MixAudio(fl, sl, 0.2929, 0.2929)
c_lfe = MixAudio(lfe, c, 0.2071, 0.2071)
r_sr = MixAudio(fr, sr, 0.2929, 0.2929)
l = MixAudio(l_sl, c_lfe, 1.0, 1.0)
r = MixAudio(r_sr, c_lfe, 1.0, 1.0)
Return MergeChannels(l, r).Normalize()
}
#
function original(clip a)
{
Normalize(a)
Return last
}
6==Audiochannels() ? stereo() : original()
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Script mkvmaudio.bat

"C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\besweet\bepipe.exe" --script "Import(^E:\Movies\Output\temp\mkvmaudio.avs^)" | "C:\Downloads\AutoMKV\AutoMKV052\exe\besweet\lame.exe" -v --vbr-new -h -S -V 4 - "E:\Movies\Output\temp\audio.mp3"
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Script mkvmaudio2.avs

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Script mkvmaudio2.bat


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Quote:
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@travisbell

take a look at deint.log

what is the diagnosis ?

BHH

P.S big work in progress ... adding WMV9/VC1
This what my deint.log...

Code:
BAutoDeint [info]: Number of sections of type `bff': 34
BAutoDeint [info]: Number of sections of type `tff': 722
BAutoDeint [info]: Number of sections of type `unknown': 288

Processing completed. Type is determined to be interlaced.
Field order is tff.
What's that mean? Shouldn't it have IVTC'd to 23.976fps?

And, I would be STOKED to see VC1... can do some encodes that play natively on the ol' Xbox 360!

Niiiiiice.
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Travis,

Are you able to provide a few hundred frames (or so) sample of your source?
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Travis,

Are you able to provide a few hundred frames (or so) sample of your source?
P.S. I did an encode of this same source last week (I am testing some filters) and it DID drop it down to 23.976... seems that it might be something with the latest version of AutoMKV...

Here's a sample...

http://consumeroo.com/files/memoirs.....1080i.test.ts

Thanks man,
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Old 3rd December 2006, 19:55   #379  |  Link
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@crashed
your movie.avs is correct for me... please open in virtualdub and spot (if present) the error. But i doubt it is present.

Maybe something goes crazy with xvid_encraw..., you can also try launch from dos box the command line of first pass.

@weaver4

open avimux_gui and put your encoded files, then start mux... will avimux_gui crash again ?
I don't know what can be... is only an xvid and mp3 file

@travisbell

no, for autodeint is only interlaced NOT to ivtc... i leave the ball to someone more expert with those files (i am happy Progressive PAL man...)

Pay atteintion previus versions of automkv will not finish to analyze the file (bug into bdautodeint.exe) . Now is fully fuctional

@all

WVC1 is going good. but is slow as hell ! you will need the windows media player 11 or windows media studio beta or wvc1dmo.exe (search Zambelli posts)
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@travisbell

your sample is too short, at least for bautodeint

Code:
AutoDeint [info]: Number of sections of type `unknown': 9
BAutoDeint [info]: Number of sections of type `interlaced': 18
BAutoDeint [info]: There are 0 sections with 0 frames moving.
BAutoDeint [info]: There are 3 sections with 1 frames moving.
BAutoDeint [info]: There are 0 sections with 2 frames moving.
BAutoDeint [info]: There are 1 sections with 3 frames moving.
BAutoDeint [info]: There are 4 sections with 4 frames moving.
BAutoDeint [info]: There are 18 sections with 5 frames moving.

Processing completed. Type is determined to be unknown.
please post around 1500 frames

thanks !

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