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Old 9th September 2006, 07:44   #1  |  Link
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upscaling standard dvd movies to 1080p using ffdshow and your htpc

I Downloaded the sw kit.
I unzipped the sw kit.

I first installed Avisynth. With the Avisynth in the sw kit you don't need to replace the avisynth.dll as shown in the video.

Then I install ffdshow.

During the install of ffdshow there is a page that's called "Select Additional tasks", I check these boxes besides what's already checked:
mpeg2: libmpeg2
vc1: wmv9
raw video

Then after ffdshow is installed there is a final page that says "Run ffdshow video decoder configuration", so I check that box then press Finish.

Now ffdshow video decoder configuration pops up, here is how I set it up.

From the codecs tab I scroll down to mpeg2 and highlight it and check the "dvd decoding" box, then I click apply.

From the Decoder Options tab I uncheck the "Detect soft telecine and average frame durations" box, then I click apply.

Then I scroll down the check boxes until I see the Subtitles check box, and I click it with my mouse and hold down the mouse button and drag the subtitles check box to the top of the list, so it's right below Decoder Options.
Then I go through every list in subtitles and make sure every box is unchecked, so the subtitles checkbox has all the boxes unchecked, the titles sub list has all the boxes unchecked, then I press apply.

Then I drag the avisynth check box so it's right below the subtitles check box, and I check the avisynth checkbox and uncheck these boxes in the avisynth tab:
"add ffdshow video source"
"yuy2"
"rgb24"
"rgb32"
Still in the avisynth tab, I check the Buffers back/ahead box and leave the values at 10 10.

Then I check and drag the resize & aspect check box so it's below the avisynth check box, and this is how I setup the ffdshow resize & aspect check box:
I check the Multiply by circle and set it to the value of 1.000
I check the "No Aspect ratio correction" circle, then I click Apply.

Then I scroll down to the Output tab and uncheck these boxes:
"yuy2"
"yvyu"
"uyvy"
"rgb32"
"rgb24"
"rgb16"
"rgb15"
"High quality yv12 to rgb conversion"
"select closest matching colorspace"

I leave the YV12 check box checked, then I press Apply and OK to close the ffdshow video decoder configuration.

Third, I install Matroskasplitter.

Fourth I unzip mpc-hc and put it on my desktop.

Fifth, in Windows 7, I open windsfiltertweaker and go to the Preferred decoders tab and the 32 bit decoders to use ffdshow, specifically these decoders:
h.264
xvid
divx
mp4v
vc-1
mpeg-2
Then I click Apply and Close.
Then I check the tweaks tab and disable the "Microsoft dtv-dvd video decoder", then I click apply, close and then exit.

Sixth, I unzip the plugins folder and go to this folder C:\Windows\SysWOW64 to put the fftw3.dll.

Then I drag and drop the other dll’s into that folder and accept when it asks if I want to modify those dll's into the C:\Program Files (x86)\AviSynth 2.5\plugins folder.

You can tell it's the right folder because Directshowsource.dll is in that folder.

For non-64 bit windows you would put the fftw3.dll into the C:\WINDOWS\system32 folder, and the other plugins go into the C:\Program Files\AviSynth 2.5\plugins folder where directshowsource.dll is.

Seventh, I open media player classic home cinema player, and go to the "View, Options, Output" tab and check vmr9 windowed.
Then I go to the "view, Options, External filters tab" and check the Add filter box, and add "ffdshow video decoder", that set ffdshow video decoder to "Prefer", Click Apply and Ok to close the options box.
Then I go to "view, options, internal filter" and check every box.

Reboot and then put a movie in the computer and then open the movie with mpc-hc using the file tab and go to the dvd drive to open the movie.

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video guide at youtube link.
sw kit. Updated May 8, 2011.


overview
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Step 1.) install software: avisynth before ffdshow.
Step 2.) configure ffdshow digital audio
Step 2.) configure ffdshow analog audio
Step 3.) configure ffdshow video
Step 4.) configure media player classic
Step 5.) install avisynth plugins
Step 6.) Reboot, twice.

pictures
____________________________________________
________ FFDshow configuration options ________
- for vista, use aero. for quality.

FFDshow configuration options.


________ upscaling ffdshow configuration ________

Codecs tab
Set Mpeg2 to Libmpeg2, and check "DVD decoding".
Set Avisynth to Avisynth, Raw video to All supported

Decoder options tab
Uncheck "Detect soft telecine and average frame durations"

Subtitles tab, Unchecked
Uncheck "Decode closed captions"
Uncheck "Accept embedded subs"
Uncheck "Accept SSA, ASS, ASS2 Subtitle (experimental)
Vobsub subpage, uncheck Vobsub Enable.

Avisynth tab checked
YV12 checked,
Add FFdshow Video source Unchecked,
3:2 Pulldown box: Ignore Pulldown checked,
check Buffer back/Ahead: 10, 10

Code:
setmtmode(5,0)
SetMemoryMax(512)
video=ffdshow_source().changefps(ffdshow_source(), linear=true)
A=video
setmtmode(2)
SetMemoryMax(712)
B=a.Spresso_JD()
C=a.SeeSaw_JD(B).limitedsharpenfaster(strength = 11)
return C
GetMTMode(false) > 0 ? distributor() : last
Resize & aspect tab checked
Process whole image checked
Specify horizontal and vertical Resize: 1920, 1080 (or your monitors resolution)
Process Pixel aspect ratio internally checked
No aspect ratio correction checked
spline
Luma Sharpen: 0.00
Luma Guassian Blur 0.50 (On small monitors like laptops it's best not to use this. Set it to 0.00)
Accurate rounding checked

Output tab
yv12 checked


________ Media Player Classic ________

Click the View button. Check only the top three in the drop down list.
Click options.

Click the output tab, and set Directshow output to vrm9 windowed.
Directshow Audio: Select Reclock Audio Renderer

Click the External Filters Tab.
Click the Add Filter Button.
Double click the filters you want. You'll need;
FFdshow Audio decoder
FFdshow video decoder

________ Potplayer ________

Run the potplayer installer.
Open Potplayer and right click the screen,

Set the renderer to use madvr:
Video, Video Renderer, click "Madshi Video Renderer"

Set FFDshow to be the video decoder:
- Filters, Advanced Filter Settings, video decoder, filter management, press "scan", press "Ok".
Now in "Video decoder" press the drop down menu and set all the filters to use ffdshow video decoder, press "Ok".

To open a DVD, go to:
Right click screen, "Open", "Open Directory", "Computer", highlight the DVD drive, click Ok.

________ FFdshow Audio Decoder: Analog ________

Codecs tab

- Uncompressed Tab
Set it to "32 bit integer"

Mixer tab
- checked
I use 5.1 speakers so I set the number of speakers to 5, and check the Lfe box.

Output tab,
- Select 32 bit integer.

________ FFdshow Audio Decoder: Bitstream HD Audio in Windows 7 ________

Install Haali Media Splitter

Step 1

Codecs tab

- Uncompressed Tab
Set it to "All Supported"

Output tab,
- Passthrough boxes: ac3, dts, dolby digital plus, dts hd, dolby truehd are checked.
- Connect as PCM first is unchecked
- Supported output formats: check only 16bit, 24bit.
- Check direct to file

Step 2

Put the files from the bat folder into the system32 folder. To register the bat files you need to get permission to, here is how to do that.
- Using MPCVideoDec.ax as a example. Right click and select Properties.
Go to Security, Advanced, Owner tab, Edit, Hightlight Administerators, click Apply.
From the MPCVideoDec.ax properties, security tab, click Edit. From the Group or user names list, highlight each one and make sure it has Full Control checked.
Click ok and close the properties tab.
- Do this for these three files: MPCVideoDec.ax, MpegSplitter.ax, regsvr32.exe.
- Then right click the MPCVideoDec bat file and run as Administrator. It should successfully register the .ax file.

- For 64 bit windows. Put the MPCVideoDec.ax, MpegSplitter.ax into the system32 folder and the MPCVideoDec bat, MpegSplitter bat files into the syswow64 folder.
Change the permissions for the MPCVideoDec.ax, MpegSplitter.ax, regsvr32.exe as usual.

Step 3

- Run the reg file in the My Documents folder.

Step 4

- Run the Win7DSFilterTweaker.
Under the "Preferred Directshow decoding filters in Windows 7" tab, set H.264, and VC1 to MPCVideoDec.
The "Media Foundation" tab is left at default.
Under the "More Tweaks for Windows 7", check "Disable Microsoft DTV-DVD Audio Decoder", "Disable Media Foundation".



________ Software ________

Potplayer
Win7DSFilterTweaker
Haali
FFDshow. Updated May 8, 2011.
media player classic home cinema. updated March 13, 2011
Avisynth: custom build I made

________ Optional Software ________

J River
spdifer
Reclock

Test disks for comparison.

________ Plugins ________

plugins: link. Updated May 8, 2011.

\\\\\ List of the nessessary Avisynth plugins to go in the plugin folder. 9 in total.


\\\\\ fftw3.dll goes into the System32 folder.
If your using a 64 bit version of windows, put the fftw3.dll into the SysWOW64 folder, instead of the system32 folder.

C:\Windows\System32
C:\Windows\Syswow64

\\\\\ I use the ati 4670 and the 11.2 drivers.
I use hdmi to my 1080p tv.
The pixel format I use is full rgb: 4:4:4
I use a intel E6600 cpu, 2GB ram, Sata HDD, Sound card


Pictures
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Spdifer (For DTS and AC3)


profiles


ffdshow


media player classic


avisynth plugins folder



link to a different guide that shows you how to setup profiles

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See this link for Frame Doubling, or Frame Interpolation.
Attached Files
File Type: zip LimitedSupport_09Jan06B.zip (37.8 KB, 263 views)
File Type: zip lsf_seesaw_spresso.zip (5.6 KB, 198 views)

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Old 9th September 2006, 07:50   #2  |  Link
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Compare the changes you make in your avisynth script so it looks good.

Step 1.) Install the SW Ilinked to.

Step 2.) Make a text file using MS Notepad, and copy and paste the code below into it. Then change the file extension from .txt to .avs.

Step 3.) Set Media Player Classic to use ffdshow raw video filter. Options ->External filters->Add filters->ffdshow raw video filter
You may not need step 3, if your source has two different pictures of the same thing but different quality. But I use ffdshow here to make one picture different than the other, for comparison purposes.

Step 4.) Open the video in media player classic. Go to a frame, pause, then from file, choose 'save image' and it takes a snapshot of a frame. Do this three times.
The first two pictures are of the same frame, and call them 1 and 2 in the order you took them.
Then open the other video or change ffdshow and then since this video has different quality then the first two, it can be compared. Go to the frame you took for the first two snapshots, then pause, then save a screen snapshot and call it 3.
Save the images as bmp.

step 5.) Now it gets a bit complicated. Make 3 folders, one for each of the three pictures you took.

Copy picture 1 and paste it twice in folder 1 - in this folder you will name them 1 and 2. So picture one is called 1, and picture 2 is called 2.
Do this for folder 2, but this time copy picture 2.
Then do this for folder three, but this time copy and paste picture 3.

So if you did it right, each of the three folders has two pictures: 1, 2.

step 6.) Now assuming you have java on your PC, you open bmptoavi. You use bmptoavi to join the two pictures and make them a avi. You then open the named avi's using virtualdub via the script below. Doing this shows you the differences in the pictures.

Making the first avi - Source.avi

Open bmpseq.jar
Go to Action, start. Go to folder 1, and choose 1.
Go to Action, end. Go to folder 1, and choose 2.
Go to Action, frame rate, and set it to 2, so you type in '2'.
Go to Action, save, and name the file "source.avi", no quotes, type the avi extension or it will create a junk file.
Go to Action, run. It will make the source.avi to yor desktop.

Making the second avi - picture 1.avi

Open bmpseq.jar
Go to Action, start. Go to folder 2, and choose 1.
Go to Action, end. Go to folder 2, and choose 2.
Go to Action, frame rate, and set it to 2, so you type in '2'.
Go to Action, save, and name the file "picture 1.avi", no quotes, type the avi extension or it will create a junk file.
Go to Action, run. It will make the picture 1.avi to yor desktop.

Making the third avi - picture 1.avi

Open bmpseq.jar
Go to Action, start. Go to folder 3, and choose 1.
Go to Action, end. Go to folder 3, and choose 2.
Go to Action, frame rate, and set it to 2, so you type in '2'.
Go to Action, save, and name the file "picture 2.avi", no quotes, type the avi extension or it will create a junk file.
Go to Action, run. It will make the picture 2.avi to yor desktop.

Step 7.) Now I assume you have a avs file that points to the location you avi files are on your desktop. It will be a different location than C:\Users\Jeremy\Desktop\. Right click the files on your desktop to get their location and change the location in the script.

Open virtualdub, Video->check "Direct Stream Copy", and Then from file choose Open, go the the avs script and open that and fingers crossed it opens the file so you can see the differences between the two pictrues.
Don't open the avs file without first checking Direct stream Copy.
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The script that actually shows the changes.

Code:
clip1=aviSource("C:\Users\Jeremy\Desktop\Source.avi")
clip2=AVISource("C:\Users\Jeremy\Desktop\Picture 1.avi").Subtitle("No luma mask")
clip3=AVISource("C:\Users\Jeremy\Desktop\Picture 2.avi").Subtitle("Luma mask")
clip4=Blankclip(clip1)
# --- special purpose clips below, for comparison ---
clip5 = SUBTRACT(clip1, clip2).LEVELS(107,1,149,0,255)
clip6 = SUBTRACT(clip1, clip3).LEVELS(107,1,149,0,255)
clip7 = SUBTRACT(clip2, clip3).LEVELS(107,1,149,0,255)

desc_clip1 = "Source"
desc_clip2 = "Picture 1"
desc_clip3 = "Picture 2"
desc_clip4 = "Difference between clip 2 and 3"
desc_clip5 = "Difference Source - Picture 1"
desc_clip6 = "Difference Source - Picture 2"
desc_clip7 = "Difference Source - Difference between clip 2 and 3"

# The two lines below will usually call clips 1-2-3-4, but 1-5-6-7 may be inserted 
#    to see [amplified] mathematical difference between clips 
# To put it another way, these are the four clips we want to display
vertclip1 = STACKVERTICAL(clip1.SUBTITLE(desc_clip1), clip5.SUBTITLE(desc_clip5))
vertclip2 = STACKVERTICAL(clip6.SUBTITLE(desc_clip6), clip7.SUBTITLE(desc_clip7))

STACKHORIZONTAL(vertclip1,vertclip2)

avisynth
virtualdub
bmptoavi
media player classic
FFDshow
haali media splitter

Ok. There you go.



In this image the source is left as it was taken by MPC, Different Source -Picture 1 is processed and remains totally grey, meaning there is no difference between different source - picture 1 and the Source.
different source - Picture 2 shows a image and this is where it is different from the source.
Different source - Difference between clips 2 and 3 shows the difference between different source - picture 1, and different source - picture 2.



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Can you post the settings for "Levels" in FFdshow?I now that it depends on the source,but it's good for information.
I've seen them somewhere in your last thread.

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Here's a speed tweak that might help.
It's meant for dual core cpu's when you use MT in FFdshow Avisynth..
Each time a movie is played you need to set it.
- CTRL-ALT-DEL to the Task Manager, Under the Processes tab, right click the .exe file for your video player (example: mplayerc.exe), and go to Set Affinity, Uncheck CPU 1.

Here's where I got the info. Thanks arfster.
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For me it does not make sense, by removing the affinity of 1 core out of 2, you force the media player to only utilize 1 of the cores, MT is supposed to work on both cores? Please explain why this is a speed tweak for dual cores?
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The reason it works is because ffdshow is biased towards one core. Even when you force affinity to core 0, it'll still end up with half on core 1. For example, I often end up with 20/90 core balance, but with the affinity tweak it's 60/50 or so.

It sometimes causes problems with large avisynth scripts though when you're near maxxed though, so it needs trial and error.
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why are you linking to a 2 year old ffdshow?
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How to encode blu ray to mpeg2.

First.) rip the blu ray to the pc. I use anydvd and in the anydvd settings I check get rid of trailers and only the main movie is ripped as a result.

Second.) open the tsmuxer program and add the m2ts file from the blu ray you ripped.
It's in the bdmv\stream folder where you ripped the blu ray too.
You only need the 00000.mt2s file in tsmuxer.

it will list different file types: 1 or more audio, 1 or more pgs (subtitle), and 1 video.
You only want one language because of how the file is read by powerdvd ultra.
If you choose more than one language you need to use media player classic to access the languages, powerdvd ultra will only have 1 language available.

Also subtitles are not available. They are in the pgs but there is no way I know of to get them to be a option in mpc or powerdvd ultra.

So you added the 00000.mt2s file and got a list of audio options. lets say you just want one language.

Third.) Check the ts option in the output tab.
Check where to save the ts. Some people say to change the profile but I don't and haven't.

Fourth.) Press the start muxing tab and it will make the movie into a ts file you can play with powerdvd or media player classic.
In media player classic you need to go to the options and make sure the internal filters include ac3. i just checked every internal filter option.

Fifth.) Steps 1-4 were for mpeg2. For vc1 the procedure is more tricky. I am working on a simple solution.

Notes.)
- There is no quality loss, no need to fiddle with cropping.

- The mpc says the dts is 1000 or so kb, but powerdvd says the audio is ac3 kb level. So mpc seems to have the hd audio whereas powerdvd doesn't

- To open the ts with mpc you need to select the ts file from the file tab.

Software used.)

tsmuxer
anydvd hd
mpc
________

Blu ray vc1 files.
Steps 1 and 2 are the same as before. This guide begins at step 3.

Step 3.) Demux the audio and video.

Step 4.) Install mkvtoolnix-unicode-2.6.0-setup.
Open the demuxed vc1 file that you made with tsmuxer, and add the audio you demuxed from tsmuxer.
Click start muxing, and it will make the mkv in the location you specified.

mkvtoolnix

Notes.)
A benefit in encoding the vc1 this way is it doesn't use pulldown even though you use a 60hz monitor.
I tested this with mpc and reclock.
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Blu ray avc files

If you try to make a mkv like with vc1 the video is ugly if I use ffdshow or mpc hc video decoders, and the audio is out of sync if I skip forward.
So I choose the video I want from the ripped m2ts, and then use ts muxer to make it a "AVCHD disk".

If the video is on many m2ts files not just one, use bdinfo to get the files nessessay, then use tsmuxer to make the avshd disk.

Then to open the video you made, go to the bdmv/streams folder and it should be there.
You can open it with mpc or powerdvd. Your choice.

In some movies there is no 00000.m2ts file in the streams folder.
For these movies use bdinfo to see the files that make up your movie, as there may be not one main file but 3 or 4.
bdinfo

ffdshow works fine with the vc1 mkv. I could have used lsf if I wanted but my e6600 was taxed already using both cores.

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That FFdshow links to afterdawn.com. They have a fairly new version of FFdshow. Maybe they display a different page for Australia ?
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sorry, i was referring to
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People seem to like Andy's FFdshow and ask for it.
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Having problems running FFDShow in avisynth 2.5, it says error: ffavisynth.dll is not an Avisynth 2.5 plugin.

This was after I had download the newest version of FFDShow.

Edit: sorry bout that I forgot the "C" in LoadCPlugin

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Does it work with LoadCPlugin? It has a bad habit of rarely working even then; it always does with my compiles, but not always for others. If not try this: ffavisynth.
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Thanks Foxyshadis it works great now using LoadCPlugin.
Would it be possible to use FFDShow when rendering in Adobe After Effects? I think I read that somewhere but I cant find the thread.
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No, sorry, the Devil lib is used in ImageSource only for decoding image formats. (Sort of like ImageMagick library.) Has absolutely nothing to do with avisynth internals or with video at all.
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Okay, this is getting a little off the paranoid deep end. Why are you bringing all of this up? Of what interest is this to people using ffdshow & avisynth to play movies?
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If only it was 777 , he could have won at the slots in Vegas

Nostradamus predicted the emergence of a Windows DLL that would be used in video playback.
He was only off by 5 letters.

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I'm going to reformat all my scripts, to make them appear in grouped paragraphs with the following linecounts:

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if using hardware deinterlacing you should also check YUV2
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If your using the Nvidia video decoder and it uses YUY2 instead of YV12.
Set FFdshow Raw video to YV12 instead of All supported.
Output YV12.
Now the Nvidia video decoder should use YV12 instead of YUY2.
If you use the HW Deinterlacing feature, you still need to tick YUY2 in the Outout tab.
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