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Old 11th February 2005, 18:22   #21  |  Link
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Old 11th February 2005, 19:22   #22  |  Link
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"MPEG2Source: couldn't open source file or obsolete D2V file"
Whoever it belongs to... maybe this message should be split into two messages so it is clearer to newbs.

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Old 11th February 2005, 19:30   #23  |  Link
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Actually, the message is from DGDecode, not GK.
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Old 11th February 2005, 20:14   #24  |  Link
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You're equivocating, Cyb. One is from len0x and one is from me. The one in the subject line of the thread is from len0x.
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Old 11th February 2005, 22:01   #25  |  Link
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Ahhh. Twice the trouble. Well, you both have similar messages, and my point still stands. Maybe there should be a seperate message for mismatched d2v/dgdecode files. We get this question alot, and it just seems that if the d2v says it's version 8, and you are expecting 7, you could display a specific message to that effect.

"This is version of DGDecode can only decode D2V file at version 7 or earlier. Update DGDecode or rebuild the D2V at the correct version"

Thats too long, but it expresses the point about WHY the file can't be opened.

Just a suggestion.
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Old 11th February 2005, 22:16   #26  |  Link
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Everything is perfect now

I found the reason for my problem:

the old name of the MPEG Decoding Library in GK "Options" tab was not overrided by the GK setup. I changed it to DGDecode.dll and put DGdecode.dll to the GK folder so now it works perfectly.

This information may nominally be off top, but I think it can be useful for someone.

Concerning the message: I think it will be better if instead of changing message Len0x will improve GK Rip Pack setup so it will automatically override this options and put everything in the right place.

Thanks to all for help!
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ALso having problems loading script into VirtualDub. Here's what I have for programs:

DGMPGDEC 1.3.0
AVISYNTH 2.54
VIRTUALDUB 1.5.10

I followed the directions near the beginning of this post and made my .d2v file. The original TP stream is a DVB recording @ 544X480 and I used DVDPatcher to patch to 720X480 for DVD compatibility. But I also tried this process before patching so it didn't make any difference. In DGIndex I also had to detect PIDS: RAW and I chose the only video and audio PIDS it showed me. DGIndex then did it's magic and gave me a .d2v and .mpa file. I stored them in the same directory I had unzipped DGMPGDEC 130 into. I then wrote the .avs script and saved it also in the same directory.. This is a copy of it:

loadplugin("c:\unzipped\dgmpgdec130\DGDecode.dll")
mpeg2source("c:\unzipped\dgmpgdec130\incredibles.d2v")


I then opened VirtualDub and clicked "run script". I pointed it to the saved incredibles.avs file and loaded it. THis is the message I got in a pop-up window:

Sylia Script Error
Variable Not Found

I then tried to just use the "Load Video" option and load the incredibles.avs file and this is the error I got:

VirtualDub Error
Couldn't locate decompressor format 'YV12' (Unknown). VirtualDub requires a Video for Windows (VFW) compatible codec to decompress video. DirectShow codes such as those used by WMP are not suitable.

Also here are the first 20 lines of my .d2v file:

Clipping=0,0,0,0 (ClipLeft, ClipRight, ClipTop, ClipBottom)
Aspect_Ratio=4:3
Picture_Size=720x480
Field_Operation=0 (0:None 1:ForcedFILM 2:RawFrames)
Frame_Rate=29970
Location=0,0,0,EAF1E

800 1 0 92308 0 0 70 70 d0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0
800 1 0 338588 0 0 70 70 d0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0
800 1 0 577724 0 0 70 70 d0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0
800 1 0 843932 0 0 70 70 d0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0
800 1 0 1073668 0 0 70 70 d0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0
800 1 0 1356044 0 0 70 70 d0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0
800 1 0 1660792 0 0 70 70 d0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 f0 f0 e0 e0

What am I doing wrong?? Have read and re-read this post and many others involving AVISynth and VirtualDub and am lost. Any help would be appreciated. It may be and probably is something simple and stupid on my part, but I'm looking right over it!! THanks!!
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VirtualDub Error
Couldn't locate decompressor format 'YV12' (Unknown). VirtualDub requires a Video for Windows (VFW) compatible codec to decompress video. DirectShow codes such as those used by WMP are not suitable.
VirtualDub prior to 1.6.x can't display YV12 data (which is what DGDecode and probably every DVD playing application produces when decoding a DVD), so you either need a VfW codec to decode YV12 or you need to upgrade to VirtualDub 1.6.x...

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Thanks,
Give it a try after work tonight!!
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Wrong thread, so closing. Please stay on topic.
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