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Old 10th September 2007, 21:11   #141  |  Link
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Is it vfr?
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Old 11th September 2007, 08:03   #142  |  Link
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Hi, thanks for answering

this are the specs of the video in question:

Filename: D:\testNewFormats\TVFINT_383_CONTENT.wmv
Container: asf
Extended: asf format
Bitrate: 1073198
Duration: 00:43:30
Video Codec: vc1
Audio Codec: wmav2
Video Size: 640 x 480
Video fps: 25
Audio channels: 2
Audio sample rate: 44100
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But is it vfr?
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Old 11th September 2007, 12:30   #144  |  Link
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sorry, I don't know, the tool I use for retrieving information is ffmpeg and it doesn't tell me if is varaible framerate...
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Hint: timecodes=...
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In my experience, WMV in the .wmv/ASF container is almost always VFR or some kind. vOv
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Old 14th September 2007, 23:45   #147  |  Link
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New version. All colorspace conversions should finally work correctly (a bug in libavcodec's camtasia decoder made the testing very confusing). It's also possible to use ffmpegsource as a simple image reader with seekmode=-1. Animated gifs only seem to return the first frame though.
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Old 15th September 2007, 07:06   #148  |  Link
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I'm trying to use AutoMKV and buzzqw recommended me to unpack the ffmpegsource dlls to system32. After I made this, when I'm trying to open VirtualDubMod 1.5.4.1 I always have this error:


When I overwrited the dlls, I remember that the latest dll was from spring of 2007 (don't remember the date)

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You're picking up an older version of ffmpegsource, I think. The latest version doesn't have that import. Check that no avsi files are loading older copies, for instance.
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Old 15th September 2007, 11:33   #150  |  Link
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I used the 1.12 version. Until this update, VDM worked very well for me and I had some older dlls in system32 like avcodec-51.dll.
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search for all avcodec-51.dll in your disk and delete all BUT this correct dll in windows\system32

on of these dll could be on a windows path directory

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Deleted, but the same problem. Before updating to 1.11 or 1.12 I neverhad problems, even if I had old dlls on system.
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Can somebody give me a link with an old version (from spring) of the ffmpegsource? I want to test the old avcodec-51.dll.
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look here http://www.64k.it/andres/dettaglio.php?sez=avisynth

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Thanks! Tried all versions and no luck. I think I'll reinstall my OS.
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New version with some minor fixes for timecodes and flv video.
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my 2 cents about ffmpeg libraried dlls.
Would it be possible to use the statically compiled version of them, so the ffmpegsource.dll will be self-contained.
What I noticed is that sometimes if on the machine there are other ffmpeg dlls it can link against them.
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I hope you understand technobabble because that's what you just asked for...

Statically compiling with vs2005 is impossible, it doesn't use the same runtime library as mingw. Going back to vc6 isn't much fun either but it could work. I don't feel like doing all the work to find out but the source is available if anyone really wants to try it.

The other alternative is to use mingw. But then it has to be converted to a "c" plugin which in my last attempt failed miserably. Mostly since _fseeki64 and its friends only exists in msvcr80.dll and it didn't want to link it properly. For even more obscure reasons it didn't seem to fully appreciate haali's code either. But it was all statically linked and annoying to debug.

Then there's the lesser evil kind of solution. Link the ffmpeg dlls by symbol names instead of by ordinal. This would in theory make it possible to replace all dlls without recompiling and share the same set between all programs (major version changes excluded). This is however greatly discouraged and done by no one since the generated import libraries on windows link by ordinal. Fortunately I don't use my own plugins that much so why bother...

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The other alternative is to use mingw. But then it has to be converted to a "c" plugin which in my last attempt failed miserably. Mostly since _fseeki64 and its friends only exists in msvcr80.dll and it didn't want to link it properly.
Is there a difference between _fseeki64 and fseeko64? The latter works in mingw.
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I guess the difference is that one is microsoft approved and the other isn't. One day I really should learn this C (with and without ++) stuff.
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