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Old 28th December 2003, 23:09   #1  |  Link
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Java Xvid Stats Viewer 0.41

new version 0.41 build 19022004

- fixed minor bugs with realvideo stats file.

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hi first, sorry for my worse english

xvid 1.0 comes with a new .pass file.
So i decided to code a tool which prints statistics and graphs.

Written in Java, it works on Linux and Windows.
(you need Java Sun JVM http://www.java.com/)







you can download it here : JXvidStatsViewer.jar
if you have installed Sun JRE, just double click, or tip this :
C:\foobar\> javaw -jar JXvidStatsViewer.jar

or the windows binary
JXvidStatsViewerW.ex (rename it .exe)

if you have an idea for a graphic, send an email bugsan666@hotmail.com

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Old 28th December 2003, 23:41   #2  |  Link
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very nice work bugsan

a quantizer graph would be nice
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Old 29th December 2003, 01:07   #3  |  Link
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A quantizer graph would be quite useless, as the statsfile usually has ~2 different quant values

But indeed, very nice work bugsun! Thank you for the nice tool!

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Old 29th December 2003, 12:46   #4  |  Link
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Huh, just came over this. I will try it immediately I'm back home. The screen shots really look beautiful. Nice work.

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Old 29th December 2003, 13:00   #5  |  Link
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Very nice!

I'll give it a try
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@Koepi hehe i meant the same for the Debug output
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Old 2nd January 2004, 17:28   #7  |  Link
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Surprised this hasn't generated more interest, I think this is a pretty nifty tool.

Are you going to develop it? I was thinking maybe an "average P frame distance" display would be quite useful (give a rough idea of how many B-frames in a row you're getting for a given B-VOP sensitivity)

Anyway, cheers for a great tool Bugsan!
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Old 4th January 2004, 00:00   #8  |  Link
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Looks really great!

I guess resizeable/zoomable graphs would already be on the todo-list.

Looking forward to whatever the "AviSynth" section will include!

It could be great if it could be used for selecting frame ranges and applying specific filters for the ranges. Actually it just made me think it could be very interesting to be able to load stat-data into an AviSynth filter... Hmmm...
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Old 5th January 2004, 03:38   #9  |  Link
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new version 0.3

- fixed minor bugs
- added average consecutive b/pframes (ibpbbp: b=1.5 p=1)
- resizable window (=resizable graphs)
- enabled avisynth tab, just see what it does. I am too much tired to explain this in english.
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Old 5th January 2004, 15:36   #10  |  Link
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update v0.35

- new motion graph
- copy to clipboard button
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Old 5th January 2004, 15:54   #11  |  Link
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I guess resizeable/zoomable graphs would already be on the todo-list.
They're already resizeable and zoomable, i guess. Try dragging the border of the main window. Well, may be it's not that zoom you possibly mean, but looks nice anyway. Cool tool indeed and platform independent that is very, very nice for me personally, because i'm constantly trying XviDing under Linux.
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Old 5th January 2004, 16:18   #12  |  Link
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How do I get the code to work??

Code:
movie = movie+clip.Trim(0,19834).Deen("w3d",1,4,2,4,3)
movie = movie+clip.Trim(19835,20640).Deen("w3d",1,10,5,4,3)
movie = movie+clip.Trim(20641,20777).Deen("w3d",1,4,2,4,3)
movie = movie+clip.Trim(20778,21903).Deen("w3d",1,10,5,4,3)
movie = movie+clip.Trim(21904,22046).Deen("w3d",1,4,2,4,3)
movie = movie+clip.Trim(22047,23938).Deen("w3d",1,10,5,4,3)
movie = movie+clip.Trim(23939,36000).Deen("w3d",1,4,2,4,3)
movie = movie+clip.Trim(36001,36566).Deen("w3d",1,10,5,4,3)
movie = movie+clip.Trim(36567,39297).Deen("w3d",1,4,2,4,3)
movie = movie+clip.Trim(39298,41221).Deen("w3d",1,10,5,4,3)
movie = movie+clip.Trim(41222,41974).Deen("w3d",1,4,2,4,3)
movie = movie+clip.Trim(41975,43245).Deen("w3d",1,10,5,4,3)
movie = movie+clip.Trim(43246,44321).Deen("w3d",1,4,2,4,3)
Thanks
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Old 5th January 2004, 16:44   #13  |  Link
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Add source at top like this:
Code:
clip = MPEG2Source("file.d2v")
Remove the first "movie" reference in the first line, like this:
Code:
movie = clip.Trim(0,19834).Deen("w3d",1,4,2,4,3)
Add this at the end:
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return movie
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Old 5th January 2004, 16:57   #14  |  Link
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Thanks for your help..... Would this work?

Code:
SetWorkingDir("C:\Filters\")		#Filter Folder

##Mpeg2 Loader
LoadPlugin("mpeg2dec3.dll")		#mpeg2source

LoadPlugin("Deen.dll")		#Deen
LoadPlugin("UnDot.dll")		#Undot		^^Always Use^^
LoadPlugin("kerneldeint140.dll")

clip = mpeg2source("C:\DVD\Rips\FLCL\flcl-non.d2v")

trim(8000,8720)		#30 seconds

Import("C:\Filters\kerneldeint.avs")

##Crop
crop(4,2,712,476)

LanczosResize(640,480)

movie = clip.Trim(0,19834).Deen("w3d",1,4,2,4,3)
movie = movie+clip.Trim(19835,20640).Deen("w3d",1,10,5,4,3)
movie = movie+clip.Trim(20641,20777).Deen("w3d",1,4,2,4,3)
movie = movie+clip.Trim(20778,21903).Deen("w3d",1,10,5,4,3)
movie = movie+clip.Trim(21904,22046).Deen("w3d",1,4,2,4,3)
movie = movie+clip.Trim(22047,23938).Deen("w3d",1,10,5,4,3)
movie = movie+clip.Trim(23939,36000).Deen("w3d",1,4,2,4,3)
movie = movie+clip.Trim(36001,36566).Deen("w3d",1,10,5,4,3)
movie = movie+clip.Trim(36567,39297).Deen("w3d",1,4,2,4,3)
movie = movie+clip.Trim(39298,41221).Deen("w3d",1,10,5,4,3)
movie = movie+clip.Trim(41222,41974).Deen("w3d",1,4,2,4,3)
movie = movie+clip.Trim(41975,43245).Deen("w3d",1,10,5,4,3)
movie = movie+clip.Trim(43246,44321).Deen("w3d",1,4,2,4,3)

return movie
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Thank you for a great program. Under the AviSynth tab can you add a low area too.

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Old 7th January 2004, 13:08   #15  |  Link
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new version 0.40

+ graph for PSNR files (produced by compare() and compareyv12())
+ an option to adjust details
+ win32 binary available (just a jar file in an exe file)

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Old 7th January 2004, 15:48   #16  |  Link
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Thank you again for a great program. Maybe one day you will make it so we can edit the stat file in your program and then see a before and after graphs.
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Forgot to say nice one on the update, especially the average P & B frames distance displays, and also on the executable - now no-one has an excuse not to use your program!

One tiny thing for next version - make it so it loads up *.stats files by default as well as *.pass files (or is there a smug difference between the 2 that I don't know about?)

Looking forward to the next version
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Old 12th January 2004, 20:10   #18  |  Link
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*.pass is the new stats file name (current CVS and koepi beta3)

The exe file is a simple way to execute it, but the JVM is needed.
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Old 12th January 2004, 21:52   #19  |  Link
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w3d in deen?? I either am outdated or u made a typo there, since i was under teh assumption such a function wasnt in there.
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It's a mode from the latest version of the filter made by MarcFD. It was made available on a french forum : look here.

Edit : the translation of the readme is here
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