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Old 3rd July 2005, 16:19   #261  |  Link
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Duron-800, 256 MB; W2KSP4:

- RC1: immediately
- RC2: immediately
- RC3: immediately
- RC4: 3 seconds
- RC5: 7 seconds

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Duron-800 (same system); W98SE:

- RC1: immediately
- RC2: immediately
- RC3: immediately
- RC4: 16 seconds
- RC5: 29 seconds
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P4 2.8GH, W2KSP4

- RC1: immediately
- RC2: immediately
- RC3: immediately
- RC4: 5 seconds
- RC5: 10 seconds

same results with all other files handled in the same way akapuma described above.
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RC1: immediately
RC2: immediately
RC3: immediately
RC4: 2 seconds
RC5: 4 seconds

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P4 2.8GHz with 512MB RAM, WinXP Pro SP2

RC1: Immediately
RC2: Immediately
RC3: Immediately
RC4: Around 6 seconds
RC5: Around 11 seconds


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Old 3rd July 2005, 18:08   #267  |  Link
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Thanks, people.

akapuma, do normal VOBs open fast? I.e., is it only elementary streams that are slow?

If so, I will probably restore the original pack parsing depth and add an extra open option callsed something like "deep open" that would have the longer parse depth for the files with junk at the start.

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For me, VOBs always open immediately.
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Old 3rd July 2005, 19:26   #269  |  Link
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* Increased the parse depth for a first pack header to 2,500,000 bytes and added additional emulation protection (fixes Moitah's weird popcorn explosion MPEG1 stream).
That helped on some files i had as well. Thank you
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Old 3rd July 2005, 19:53   #270  |  Link
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Hello,

some tests with the RC5:

- my testfile:
approx. 30s

- my testfile, muxed with audio to a mpg (with "mplex1 with gui"):
immediately

- VOB's:
immediately

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Old 3rd July 2005, 23:09   #271  |  Link
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Can I just get some clarification on the 'WAV' naming convention used....

[AC3]
VTS_01_PGC_01_1 T01 3_2ch 384Kbps DELAY -31ms.ac3
[NAME]-[TRACK]-[CHANNELS]-[BITRATE]-[DELAY]

[MPA]
SVCD T01 DELAY 0ms.mpa
[NAME]-[TRACK]-[DELAY]

[WAV]
VTS_01_PGC_05_1 T01 48K 16bit 2ch.wav
[NAME]-[TRACK]-[BITRATE]-[CHANNELS]

I notice there's no 'DELAY' for wav, is that always like that?
Is that something I need not worry about?
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The WAV files should always have 0 delay.
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Can the WAV naming scheme work more like the other formats? Meaning, add a bitrate and move the channel info forward.

eg: VTS_01_PGC_05_1 T01 48K 16bit 2ch.wav becomes VTS_01_PGC_05_1 T01 2_0ch 384Kbps 48K 16bit.wav

Could you also add a frequency value for the other formats?

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I was just messing with the MPEG-1 support and did notice something and just wondered why this happens or if it supposed to happen.

The 'Aspect_Ratio' format is usually like this: Aspect_Ratio=4:3,525 (clip was 352x288)
But just done another one and the ratio is like this: Aspect_Ratio=0.6735 (clip was 352x240)

Is it supposed to be using these 2 different formats?

Latest RC5 was used.
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Quote:
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Can the WAV naming scheme work more like the other formats? Meaning, add a bitrate and move the channel info forward.
Not worth the bother. Anyway, for uncompressed audio, the bitrate and the sample rate of simple multiples of each other.
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Is it supposed to be using these 2 different formats?
Yes, per ISO spec, as discussed earlier in the thread.
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1.4.0 Rc6

Here is RC6. It addresses akapuma's issue with the long open time. It now uses normal parsing depth unless the "Deep Parse" checkbox is checked on the file list dialog. Check it only to open the problematic program streams with a lot of junk before the first pack header.

http://neuron2.net/dgmpgdec/dgmpgdec140rc6.zip
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Here is RC6. It addresses akapuma's issue with the long open time.
Thank you, it works fine.

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Old 5th July 2005, 08:56   #279  |  Link
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VirtualDub-MPEG2 1.6.8 can open the M2M video now. It will automatically do a "deep parse" up to 3 MB if necessary (for M2M), but there should be no additional cost when opening a normal MPEG or m2v. If you're interested, the relevant code is in Mpeg2.cpp, in MPEGFileParser::Verify().
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[Wrong topic]
I have several problem opening mpeg or m2v with vdubmpeg 168
but will see in other thread

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