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Old 28th July 2006, 01:08   #1  |  Link
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Problem loading a video through DirectShowSource

I downloaded the iPOD version of a Nike commercial from their website a while ago, and when loading it with DirectShowSource some green lines appear at the left:



Does anyone know why this happens and how to avoid it?
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If the video is publicly available, it will be helpful if you can give us a link to it.
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http://www.nike.com/nikesoccer/

Go to "Joga TV" ---> "Joga Bonito in action", go to the "The Beginning" video, select "download" and choose the iPOD version.
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Could be the non-MOD8 resolution (300x240). When resized to 304x240, it worked.
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That was a very good idea, but it didn't work for me . I am using clsid's lastest ffdshow compile , so that shouldn't be the cause.
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Perhaps forcing it to open as RGB (pixel_type="RGB32") helps?
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I am using clsid's lastest ffdshow compile , so that shouldn't be the cause.
I didn't get you. What about the compile? I am resizing in the avs.

DirectShowSource("nike_joga_bonito_150_us_ipod.m4v")
LanczosResize(304,240)

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Perhaps forcing it to open as RGB (pixel_type="RGB32") helps?
Yup. So does RGB & RGB24.
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What I meant with compile was to specify what was I using to decode the video and then saying that I didn't think the decoding side was the culprit.

Wilbert, your suggestion worked perfectly. This video has been slightly cropped compared to the PSP version but it looks so much better I'll be using it.

Thanks for the help, everyone .
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