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Old 24th April 2015, 16:59   #1  |  Link
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directshowsource without haali splitter

hello, some months ago i encoded a dvd with QTGMC but, because i didn't think that was also telecine, i burned it in a bluray with other things. for not waste time and space, i created this simple script for delete the duplicate on the fly and it works, but it require haali splitter. there is a way for run this script without installing haali and also load the chapters saved in mkv?
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directshowsource("1.mkv",fps=29.97,convertfps=true,audio=true)
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DSS2 mod?
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Or just don't lay your hands on dss related pain in the ass at all?
Ffms and lsmash are some awesome alternatives you got
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Also DGDecNV and DGDecIM.
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thank you, i tried dss2 and ffms, both loaded the video correctly
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hello i'm back
yesterday i tried with the mkv copied on a usb key and i didn't noticed that ffindex can't write the index on a blu ray... there is a way to save the index in the avs's folder?

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i find in ffdshow (i use it for smooth motion) a function named 3:2 pulldown which play the film without the duplicate, so i don't need this script anymore lol

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