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Old 7th January 2010, 20:48   #861  |  Link
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What is the latest status on CLI instructions?
I don't understand your question.
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What is the latest status on CLI instructions? My GT240 arrived today and I'll be putting in either late tomorrow night, or Saturday afternoon, and will obviously want to start running tests.

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DGAVCIndexNV Command-Line Interface
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What is the latest status on CLI instructions? My GT240 arrived today and I'll be putting in either late tomorrow night, or Saturday afternoon, and will obviously want to start running tests.

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Have you read through the user manual? More specifically the section titled "Command-Line Interface"?
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he probably was looking for a DGIndexNVManual.html and figured cli was changed with recent builds
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a new build number will now always be used with no silent updates
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I don't understand your question.
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he probably was looking for a DGIndexNVManual.html and figured cli was changed with recent builds
Correct. Don's response to my query seems to indicate that said manual needs to be written, as the CLI is supposed to be different than any of the other indexing programs.
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no worries atm same syntax is used
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no worries atm same syntax is used
atm?

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There is a copy of this particular manual with the distribution. But I am curious. I do not see a link to that particular manual on the main web page: http://neuron2.net/dgdecnv/dgdecnv.html
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DGAVCIndexNV was replaced with DGIndexNV but the manuals for the old builds still remain on the site
DG could change the syntax in the future but if he does you bet new manuals would be available for us
just use the ones in that manual and you'll be fine
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just use the ones in that manual and you'll be fine
That I plan on doing. Thanks for the tip regarding which manual matches the newer version.
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Hi,
When opening Waynes World VTS_01_0.IFO in DGIndexNV, it complains that the video is MPEG1 and unsupported. However when I open the VOBs and preview the video it states that it is MPEG2.

Also when I open the IFO in ifoedit and pgcedit they both report that the video stream is MPEG2.

Could this be a bug in IFO reading in DGIndexNV?
I can pm you the IFO if required?

Also I get loads of "Found NALU type 0, len # undefined, ignore NALU, moving on" with Waynes World 2, I'm not sure what this means and what I can do about it?
Is there any advantage to supplying DGIndexNV with the IFO instead of the VOBs themselves?

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I don't know if this will be looked into, but with DGSource(), and using CUVID server, I can't encode. But if I use DGMultiSource(), everything is fine.

I'm using an Intel Q6600 and Windows 7, with x264 core:80 r1376 3feaec2 according to --help. Like I said, the problem is solved by using DGMultiSource(), but I didn't think I would need that since I only have one source in my script.
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When opening Waynes World VTS_01_0.IFO in DGIndexNV, it complains that the video is MPEG1 and unsupported.
You cannot open IFO files in DGIndexNV. You got it so confused that its best guess was MPEG1.

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No, because DGIndexNV does not read IFO files.

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Also I get loads of "Found NALU type 0, len # undefined, ignore NALU, moving on" with Waynes World 2, I'm not sure what this means and what I can do about it?
Post a link to a VOB fragment that I can use to duplicate the issue.
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I don't know if this will be looked into, but with DGSource(), and using CUVID server, I can't encode. But if I use DGMultiSource(), everything is fine.
What do you mean by "can't encode"? What tools are you using and what is the result?
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Ah ok. I assumed it had been added since HDConvertToX was what was passing ifo files to it. Probably why I was getting the other errors aswell.

Just updated HDConvertToX and its not passing the ifo to DGIndexNV now.

Sorry to bother you.
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Sorry to bother you.
It's never a bother. At a minimum such reports can enable me to improve the documentation.

Speaking of which, I will shortly upload build 2001, which will include all new up-to-date documentation.
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hopefully we can get DGMultiSource() working with more GUI's DGIndexNV is the most reliable indexer/decoder for Blu-ray formats and it's needs to be part of the process for accuracy and precision GUI creators need to work together with you for success
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Build 2001

* The Field operation is removed from DGIndexNV and added as the fieldop parameter to DGDecodeNV/DGMultiDecodeNV. This was done because the field operation has no effect on the operation of DGIndexNV and so it doesn't belong there.

* Backward stepping by GOPs (< button) is fixed for program streams.

* Lockup when serving MKV files and navigating near the end of file is fixed.

* Some performance improvements.

* Up-to-date documentation.

The changes are pretty extensive so beat on this one. I hope I didn't break anything.

Note that you need to remake your projects as the DGI file version was bumped. You also need to delete your INI file and let DGIndexNV make a new one.

http://neuron2.net/dgdecnv/dgdecnv.html
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