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Old 11th May 2011, 13:38   #1  |  Link
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Error decompression on mkv

Hello everyone
I need to open a mkv file frame by frame, so I created an avs file with the command DirectShowSource("C:\...") but when I open it on virtualdubmod I can't see any frame, but on a bar it's shown this error: Error decompressing videoframe 0: the source image format is not acceptable. (error code -2). How can I fix it?
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The VirtualDubMod project is dead for years now.

Also the Matroska support in VirtualDubMod is so much outdated that even the Matroska web-site warns you about it

Please update your outdated VirtuaDubMod to an up-to-date VirtualDub. Then use Avisynth with FFmpegSource2() to open the MKV file...

Alternative you may want to have look at Avidemux 2.6:
http://avidemux.org/nightly/win32/
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Thanks, it worked.
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