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Old 26th November 2007, 17:05   #641  |  Link
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Did you update your libavcodec?
Using alpha 11's bundled lbavcodec with alpha 6 seems to get rid fo the crashes. I'll see if I get any error messages with alpha 6 (assuming they were implemented at that time).
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Out of curiosity, when you open the transformers raw stream in DGAVCIndex, do you get any corrupted frames in the end credits? Scroll to about 2 hrs, 22 mins, 52 secs, and then let it play.
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Out of curiosity, when you open the transformers raw stream in DGAVCIndex, do you get any corrupted frames in the end credits? Scroll to about 2 hrs, 22 mins, 52 secs, and then let it play.
With alpha 6 or alpha 11?
I can check tonight.
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I have downloaded AnyDVD and I can now get the H.264 stream from my copy of Transformers. So I will try to duplicate your error.
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thank you neuron2 for DGAVCDec 1.0.0 Alpha 11

its working good, except it sometimes crashes. i don't know if it DGAVCDec problem, probably its libavcodec.dll or my PC.
DGAVCDec index file without problem, crashes always happens then i try to analyze video (sample i uploaded previously http://rapidshare.com/files/71446036/raw.h264.html) for interlace detection with megui, or this tool http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=104760 this is my avs:
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loadplugin("C:\dgavcdec100a11\DGAVCDecode.dll")
AVCSource("raw.dga")
also it crashed then i encoding with virtualdub (not the same sample) after ~76% was completed, this is avs:
Code:
loadplugin("C:\dgavcdec100a11\DGAVCDecode.dll")
AVCSource("bits0001.dga")
Trim(1153, 72423)
Trim(0, 3005) ++ Trim(15038, 71270)
Trim(0, 35708) ++ Trim(48150, 59238)
Trim(0, 46402)
Load_Stdcall_Plugin("C:\Program Files\megui\tools\yadif\yadif.dll")
Yadif(order=1)
Crop(16, 4, -14, -4)
LanczosResize(512,384)
Undot()
this is error report from virtualdub (if it useful):
Code:
VirtualDub crash report -- build 28769 (release)
--------------------------------------

Disassembly:
004c01a0: c20800          ret    0008
004c01a3: cc              int    3
004c01a4: cc              int    3
004c01a5: cc              int    3
004c01a6: cc              int    3
004c01a7: cc              int    3
004c01a8: cc              int    3
004c01a9: cc              int    3
004c01aa: cc              int    3
004c01ab: cc              int    3
004c01ac: cc              int    3
004c01ad: cc              int    3
004c01ae: cc              int    3
004c01af: cc              int    3
004c01b0: 53              push   ebx
004c01b1: 55              push   ebp
004c01b2: 56              push   esi
004c01b3: 8bf1            mov    esi, ecx
004c01b5: 8b8624050000    mov    eax, [esi+524]
004c01bb: 83e0fe          and    eax, 0feh
004c01be: 83f802          cmp    eax, 02h
004c01c1: 57              push   edi
004c01c2: 7524            jnz    004c01e8 (VideoSourceAVI::_isKey+38)
004c01c4: 8b5e10          mov    ebx, [esi+10h]
004c01c7: 8b4c2414        mov    ecx, [esp+14h]
004c01cb: 8b6e14          mov    ebp, [esi+14h]
004c01ce: 8b542418        mov    edx, [esp+18h]
004c01d2: 6a00            push   00h
004c01d4: 2bcb            sub    ecx, ebx
004c01d6: 50              push   eax
004c01d7: 1bd5            sbb    edx, ebp
004c01d9: 52              push   edx
004c01da: 51              push   ecx
004c01db: e880ee0a00      call   0056f060 (_alldiv)
004c01e0: 8bfa            mov    edi, edx
004c01e2: 03c3            add    eax, ebx
004c01e4: 13fd            adc    edi, ebp
004c01e6: eb08            jmp    004c01f0 (VideoSourceAVI::_isKey+40)
004c01e8: 8b7c2418        mov    edi, [esp+18h]
004c01ec: 8b442414        mov    eax, [esp+14h]
004c01f0: 8bae1c050000    mov    ebp, [esi+51c]
004c01f6: 85ed            test   ebp, ebp
004c01f8: 7432            jz     004c022c (VideoSourceAVI::_isKey+7c)
004c01fa: 8b4e10          mov    ecx, [esi+10h]
004c01fd: 8b5614          mov    edx, [esi+14h]
004c0200: 2bc1            sub    eax, ecx
004c0202: 1bfa            sbb    edi, edx
004c0204: 8bc8            mov    ecx, eax
004c0206: 83e11f          and    ecx, 1fh
004c0209: bb01000000      mov    ebx, 00000001
004c020e: d3e3            shl    ebx, cl
004c0210: 8bd7            mov    edx, edi
004c0212: b105            mov    cl, 05h
004c0214: e8a7ea0a00      call   0056ecc0 (_allshr)
004c0219: 235c8500        and    ebx, [ebp+eax*4+00h]
004c021d: 5f              pop    edi
004c021e: f7db            neg    ebx
004c0220: 1bdb            sbb    ebx, ebx
004c0222: 5e              pop    esi
004c0223: f7db            neg    ebx
004c0225: 5d              pop    ebp
004c0226: 8ac3            mov    al, bl
004c0228: 5b              pop    ebx
004c0229: c20800          ret    0008
004c022c: 8b8ed0040000    mov    ecx, [esi+4d0]
004c0232: 8b11            mov    edx, [ecx]
004c0234: 57              push   edi
004c0235: 50              push   eax
004c0236: 8b4210          mov    eax, [edx+10h]      <-- FAULT
004c0239: ffd0            call   eax
004c023b: 5f              pop    edi
004c023c: 5e              pop    esi
004c023d: 5d              pop    ebp
004c023e: 5b              pop    ebx
004c023f: c20800          ret    0008
004c0242: cc              int    3
004c0243: cc              int    3
004c0244: cc              int    3
004c0245: cc              int    3
004c0246: cc              int    3
004c0247: cc              int    3
004c0248: cc              int    3
004c0249: cc              int    3
004c024a: cc              int    3
004c024b: cc              int    3
004c024c: cc              int    3
004c024d: cc              int    3
004c024e: cc              int    3
004c024f: cc              int    3
004c0250: 53              push   ebx
004c0251: 56              push   esi
004c0252: 8bf1            mov    esi, ecx
004c0254: 83bebc04000000  cmp    dword ptr [esi+4bc], 00h
004c025b: 57              push   edi
004c025c: 7457            jz     004c02b5 (VideoSourceAVI::nearestKey+65)
004c025e: 8b5c2414        mov    ebx, [esp+14h]
004c0262: 3b5eb4          cmp    ebx, [esi-4ch]
004c0265: 7c43            jl     004c02aa (VideoSourceAVI::nearestKey+5a)
004c0267: 8b7c2410        mov    edi, [esp+10h]
004c026b: 7f05            jg     004c0272 (VideoSourceAVI::nearestKey+22)
004c026d: 3b7eb0          cmp    edi, [esi-50h]
004c0270: 7238            jc     004c02aa (VideoSourceAVI::nearestKey+5a)
004c0272: 3b5ebc          cmp    ebx, [esi-44h]
004c0275: 7f33            jg     004c02aa (VideoSourceAVI::nearestKey+5a)
004c0277: 7c05            jl     004c027e (VideoSourceAVI::nearestKey+2e)
004c0279: 3b7eb8          cmp    edi, [esi-48h]
004c027c: 732c            jnc    004c02aa (VideoSourceAVI::nearestKey+5a)
004c027e: 8b46a0          mov    eax, [esi-60h]
004c0281: 8b5060          mov    edx, [eax+60h]
004c0284: 8d4ea0          lea    ecx, [esi-60h]
004c0287: 53              push   ebx
004c0288: 57              push   edi
004c0289: ffd2            call   edx
004c028b: 84c0            test   al, al
004c028d: 740a            jz     004c0299 (VideoSourceAVI::nearestKey+49)
004c028f: 8bc7            mov    eax, edi
004c0291: 5f              pop    edi
004c0292: 5e              pop    esi
004c0293: 8bd3            mov    edx, ebx
004c0295: 5b              pop    ebx
004c0296: c20800          ret    0008
004c0299: 8b06            mov    eax, [esi]
004c029b: 8b5060          mov    edx, [eax+60h]
004c029e: 53              push   ebx
004c029f: 57              push   edi

Built on KOS-MOS on Mon Nov 19 23:14:32 2007 using compiler version 1400

EAX = 00008b94
EBX = 00c476e0
ECX = 00bd8618
EDX = 00000000
EBP = 00000000
ESI = 00c47008
EDI = 00000000
ESP = 0623fc3c
EIP = 004c0236
EFLAGS = 00010246
FPUCW = ffff027f
FPUTW = ffffffff

Crash reason: Access Violation

Crash context:
An out-of-bounds memory access (access violation) occurred in module 'VirtualDub'...

...reading address 00000010...

...while running thread "Processing" (thread.cpp:152).

Pointer dumps:

EBX   00c476e0: 005a5084 005a5088 000003c0 00000a0c 005a5080 0012f464 00c479a8 3f800000
ECX   00bd8618: 00000000 0033b574 00bd8290 037b8eb0 00bddf80 00bd8580 00040004 010801cc
ESI   00c47008: 005b3920 00000002 00bd8658 00000028 00000000 00000000 0000b543 00000000
ESP   0623fc38: 00245688 00008b94 00000000 00008b94 005b3920 0623fcc4 00c476e0 004bfbce
      0623fc58: 00008b94 00000000 00c47068 004c185c 00008b94 00000000 00c478a8 00c478b4
      0623fc78: 00c476e0 05d10020 00000000 00000000 00000000 00c2afd8 00bdd780 00000008
      0623fc98: 0623fcbc 004f7c75 05e87c94 0623fcec 00000008 00c2a940 00cc3f98 0623fc70

Thread call stack:
004c0236: VideoSourceAVI::_isKey()
004bfbce: VideoSource::isKey()
004c185c: VideoSourceAVI::streamGetFrame()
004f7c75: VDFileAsyncNT::FastWrite()
004a0362: AVIOutputFileStream::partialWrite()
004665bf: VDDubProcessThread::WriteVideoFrame()
7c917e3f: ntdll!RtlCompareUnicodeString [7c900000+17988+4b7]
7c917de9: ntdll!RtlCompareUnicodeString [7c900000+17988+461]
004a2eae: AVIOutputFile::init()
00577010: _ceil_default()
00469164: VDStreamInterleaver::PushStreams()
00467111: VDDubProcessThread::ThreadRun()
7c812adb: kernel32!RaiseException [7c800000+12a89+52]
7c80def3: kernel32!DuplicateHandle [7c800000+de7e+75]
004f0154: VDSetThreadDebugName()
7c80def3: kernel32!DuplicateHandle [7c800000+de7e+75]
0045cc20: VDThreadInitHandler()
004f02db: VDThread::StaticThreadStart()
00573da8: _callthreadstartex()
00573e4d: _threadstartex@4()
7c80b703: kernel32!GetModuleFileNameA [7c800000+b54f+1b4]

-- End of report
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Old 26th November 2007, 18:55   #646  |  Link
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I can't help you with crashes in MeGUI or any other app with your first stream. Talk to the authors.

Regarding your second stream (and any streams), strip your script down to just avcsource(). Does it still fail when played in VirtualDub? If so, I will look at it if you give me the stream. If not, look to the other filters for the problem.
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also it crashed then i encoding with virtualdub (not the same sample) after ~76% was completed, this is avs:
Code:
loadplugin("C:\dgavcdec100a11\DGAVCDecode.dll")
AVCSource("bits0001.dga")
Trim(1153, 72423)
Trim(0, 3005) ++ Trim(15038, 71270)
Trim(0, 35708) ++ Trim(48150, 59238)
Trim(0, 46402)
Load_Stdcall_Plugin("C:\Program Files\megui\tools\yadif\yadif.dll")
Yadif(order=1)
Crop(16, 4, -14, -4)
LanczosResize(512,384)
Undot()
strange, i encoded this video one more time with same settings and it crashed again at ~76%, then i encoded third time but changed xvid settings to 1pass and it finished without errors.

i searched this forum and found this http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...16#post1067116 about virtualdub disappearing then moving forth and back, some times i get this to

and then playing my TS video in mplayer i get this error:
Interlaced pictures + spatial direct mode is not implemented
its probably something to do with crashes, but then its libavcodec fault
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If you want my help, you're going to have to read what I say and answer my specific questions. If you don't I will start ignoring you.
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Old 26th November 2007, 22:03   #649  |  Link
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Out of curiosity, when you open the transformers raw stream in DGAVCIndex, do you get any corrupted frames in the end credits? Scroll to about 2 hrs, 22 mins, 52 secs, and then let it play.
Yes, I saw it. I'll investigate.
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I have downloaded AnyDVD and I can now get the H.264 stream from my copy of Transformers. So I will try to duplicate your error.
Thanks neuron2. An error should pop-up at coded frame 166132 when saving the dga.
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I could process my Transformers HD-DVD and see if I run into the same issue, *IF* I had the key. Do you have it? If not, how did you get the raw stream?

@turtleggjp

Have you tried your Transformers decode with the latest alpha?
I used AnyDVD HD (as I see you did), so no I don't have the key. I believe the last alpha I tried indexing Transformers with was 10, but that was only to see if the credits glitches had been fixed yet. I guess if you are seeing them with alpha 11, then they are still a problem. I played the raw stream in PowerDVD Ultra, and never saw any glitching, so I guess it's not an error in the stream.

I remember getting NALU errors too (with alpha 10) a little over halfway through the indexing. After seeming to repeat the same error several times, I told it not to give me any more messages, and it continued without further incident. I have not testing this index run though in this area.

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Yes, I saw it. I'll investigate.
Thank you. I was going to bring up the glitches in the credits too, but it's nice to see someone already beat me to it.

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sorry,

with just AVCSource() in virtualdub file plays fine

but with just AVCSource() in virtualdub if i randomly move slider forward and back it some times crashes, i tried it on sample i uploaded earlier, but it crashes more frequently on files with long duration
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Thank you, I will look into it.

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Out of curiosity, when you open the transformers raw stream in DGAVCIndex, do you get any corrupted frames in the end credits? Scroll to about 2 hrs, 22 mins, 52 secs, and then let it play.
Yes, I saw it. I'll investigate.
Tbh, I think the problem may reside with libavcodec, and not a fault with DGAVCDec.

If I use directshowsource() with ffdshow (various builds) as the decoder then I get the same corrupted frames, but with coreavc it's fine.
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Version 1.0.0 alpha 12

* Fixed g0blez's problem with NALU parsing. Transformers now indexes all the way without errors.

* Fixed a problem with random access that caused bad frames to be displayed sometimes. @canTsTop, please advise if this affects your scrolling crashes.

* Preliminary implementation of Honor Pulldown Flags. Note that this affects only the output of DGDecode.dll; the DGAVCIndex display always shows the non-pulled down stream. You can set Honor Pulldown Flags for Transformers and you will see the standard 3-progressive/2-interlaced pattern when viewing the output of your script.

http://neuron2.net/dgavcdec/dgavcdec100a12.zip
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* Fixed a problem with random access that caused bad frames to be displayed sometimes. @canTsTop, please advise if this affects your scrolling crashes.
Cool, I had noticed this too when jumping around in Transformers looking for those glitched areas in the credits. I was worried that these random access glitches would show up in my transcode, but none ever did (except for the known glitches during the credits, which I agree are probably the fault of libavcodec.dll, not DGAVCDec). I figured they might become a problem though when doing Trim commands in an AVISynth script, such as editing some AVCHD camera footage. Glad to see this has been fixed now.
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sorry to report, but it still crashes on my PC. i captured video how it crashes http://rapidshare.com/files/72593752...video.avi.html
it would be good if anyone else try this sample http://rapidshare.com/files/71446036/raw.h264.html and see if it crashes on others PC (moving forward in small steps in virtualdub, like i did in crash_video.avi).
maybe its just my old PC (athlon xp 1700+ with 320mb sdram pc100)
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* Fixed g0blez's problem with NALU parsing. Transformers now indexes all the way without errors.

* Fixed a problem with random access that caused bad frames to be displayed sometimes. @canTsTop, please advise if this affects your scrolling crashes.

* Preliminary implementation of Honor Pulldown Flags. Note that this affects only the output of DGDecode.dll; the DGAVCIndex display always shows the non-pulled down stream. You can set Honor Pulldown Flags for Transformers and you will see the standard 3-progressive/2-interlaced pattern when viewing the output of your script.

http://neuron2.net/dgavcdec/dgavcdec100a12.zip
Thanks neuron2!
I'll give it a go!
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I duplicated your crash. These CAVIStreamSynth crashes are notoriously difficult to debug. Investigating...
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I duplicated your crash. These CAVIStreamSynth crashes are notoriously difficult to debug. Investigating...
Because avisynth is programmed to catch ANY exception thrown, including good ol' access violation (0xc0000005), the debugger thinks everything is okay and doesn't break program execution. If it helps at all: In VS2005 go to the debug menu->exceptions. Expand Win32 Exceptions and put a tick next to c0000005 Access Violation. This should break to the debugger when the error/exception occurs; just beware these exceptions may get thrown when it's NOT an error (on startup there's normally a few).
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