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Old 17th April 2005, 22:10   #1  |  Link
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How to open Matroska files in AviSynth ?

I just installed mastroska pack and used it in iuVCR to capture a tape. Problem is the files have extension .mkv and AVISource will not open it not even after I renamed the fils to .avi.

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If you don't mind my asking, isn't there any hope of an actual direct support for Matroska (and preferably OGG Media too, though I know it's no longer officially supported)? It'd be pretty handy to have built in abilities to handle the streams and to not have to rely on one of the least reliable plugins out there (ok, not the plugin's fault, it's directshow's fault for being so unreliable.)
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Will be possible with avisynth 3.0 iirc, but it's impossible with the current versions. There are threads about this (which I'm too lazy to look up atm) if you want to know more/for sure.

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I'll take your word for it. Sounds like something to look forwards to. Actually, I had no idea that there were some changes big enough planned for there to be an Avisynth 3.0 in the works already.
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I'll take your word for it. Sounds like something to look forwards to. Actually, I had no idea that there were some changes big enough planned for there to be an Avisynth 3.0 in the works already.
AviSynth v3.0 will (in addition) rely on Gstreamer (in fact that part is already working). It is a complete rewrite of v2.5 though.
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Thanks for the info. I like the sound of this GStreamer. But, well, ok, I like the sound of ANYTHING that means less reliance on something as unreliable as DirectShow... I can't wait to see how AVISynth 3.0 comes out.
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