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Old 24th November 2011, 21:41   #7281  |  Link
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I carried dtsdecoderdll.dll into LAVFilters directory
Did you put it in the \LAV Filters\x86 folder?
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Old 24th November 2011, 21:51   #7282  |  Link
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Did you put it in the \LAV Filters\x86 folder?
I extracted 32 bit zipped version to C:\Lav Filters folder and there is no x86 sub-folder inside the Lav Filters folder? Are you using Seven 64?
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Old 24th November 2011, 22:00   #7283  |  Link
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whats the difference of the normal compared to the .mkv branch? does it use haalis stuff for parsing?
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Old 24th November 2011, 22:12   #7284  |  Link
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I extracted 32 bit zipped version to C:\Lav Filters folder and there is no x86 sub-folder inside the Lav Filters folder? Are you using Seven 64?
Win7 32
I use the LAV installer, and there is an x86 folder inside the LAV Filters folder where i put the dtsdecoderdll.dll.
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Old 24th November 2011, 22:16   #7285  |  Link
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For sure i put dll where is .ax
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Old 24th November 2011, 22:20   #7286  |  Link
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Have you tried a different version of the dtsdecoderdll.dll? I had a similar problem once, and using version 1.1.0.8 fixed it.
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Old 24th November 2011, 22:31   #7287  |  Link
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Have you tried a different version of the dtsdecoderdll.dll? I had a similar problem once, and using version 1.1.0.8 fixed it.
It is already 1.1.0.8.
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Old 24th November 2011, 22:40   #7288  |  Link
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No it doesn't work for me. I carried dtsdecoderdll.dll into LAVFilters directory and unticked "DTS-HD" bitstreaming on LavAudio properties page. (so as to decode it to PCM)
Can you tell me what i am missing?
Did you uncheck dts too ?
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Old 24th November 2011, 22:52   #7289  |  Link
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Did you uncheck dts too ?
Yes but i've explored LavSplitter doesn't recognize audio as DTS or DTS-HD in my case. Btw i'm trying to read from original BD. I'll keep you informed.
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Here is a "official" test build using the new MKV demuxer:

x86: http://files.1f0.de/lavf/LAVFilters-...6-g19c9e9f.zip
x64: http://files.1f0.de/lavf/LAVFilters-...9c9e9f-x64.zip

What does "new MKV demuxer" mean for you, you ask?
Well, it does fix some issues, and improve other things. For one, playing of incomplete files should be working much better now (eg, Issues 42 and 103), and seeking should generally be faster (for MKV only, of course).

Ideally, there shouldn't be any regressions.
So if you feel like testing, grab the build above, and go test. If you find any MKV file that does no longer play properly, but did play fine before - please report that.

Otherwise, i hope it will be a smooth ride.
There is one known limitation though - you cannot have more then 64 tracks in a MKV. 64 is plenty though, and Haali already craps out at 32.
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Old 24th November 2011, 23:19   #7291  |  Link
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Yes but i've explored LavSplitter doesn't recognize audio as DTS or DTS-HD in my case. Btw i'm trying to read from original BD. I'll keep you informed.
OK guys, thanks a lot.

Unregistered all lav filters first and deleted all files under Lav Filters folder.
I copied dtsdecoderdll.dll first inside this empty LavFilters folder and unzipped 32 bit version and registered again all lav filters and fixed the issue
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Just to be sure, the new mkv builds work totally independent from any installed Haali Media Splitter?
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Just to be sure, the new mkv builds work totally independent from any installed Haali Media Splitter?
Of course.
Its a plain old code library that Haali published quite a while ago which only does a low level parsing of the file. It has nothing to do with its DirectShow filter, except that it probably also uses it.
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Of course.
Its a plain old code library that Haali published quite a while ago which only does a low level parsing of the file. It has nothing to do with its DirectShow filter, except that it probably also uses it.
Great. Only asking because ffmpegsource actually requires an installed HMS for certain file types.
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Old 25th November 2011, 00:14   #7295  |  Link
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Gave it a go and sure 0.41 is ready to be published
Thanks nev for all your efforts.
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Yes, it is 32 bit version on Seven 32 SP1 and i'm trying to decode a dtshd-master audio.
Just thought i'd ask. It looks like you got it fixed now, so, all is well.
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Just thought i'd ask. It looks like you got it fixed now, so, all is well.
Yes, thanks but i think dtsdecoderdll.dll has to be already existent inside Lav Filters folder before registering Lav Audio.ax.
Dunno whether i'm right or not
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Yes, thanks but i think dtsdecoderdll.dll has to be already existent inside Lav Filters folder before registering Lav Audio.ax.
Dunno whether i'm right or not
That's not what I remember but if that's what works for you then it's all good.
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That's not what I remember but if that's what works for you then it's all good.
Yes you are right.
I tried again.
I re-unregistered all lav filters and deleted all the contents of Lav Filters folder and re-unzipped and re-registered all filters and copied dtsdecoderdll.dll later. Everything works again.
I must have made something wrong but anyway feedback is feedback?
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Absolutely. If you have an issue with getting it to work, feedback is definitely welcome. I'm just glad you got it working again. I have scripts that take care of this for me since I build my own LAV Filters and update my MC17 private copy. My script handles copying the dtsdecoderdll.dll file from TMT5 into my MC17 private copy of LAV. Works great.
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