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Old 9th March 2007, 21:05   #141  |  Link
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Is it a bug?
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You must put "VFAPIConv 1.05" at the same place of VDM, as DGAvCindex.
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Old 10th March 2007, 01:01   #142  |  Link
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I'm considering having a go at adding PAFF support to libavcodec.
other than your great work with this DGAVCDecode, adding PAFF to libavcodec would make _very_ much people fall on their knees for you!
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Old 12th March 2007, 03:50   #143  |  Link
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Just an update on progress. I have converted DGAVCIndex into a DGIndex look-alike. It opens the file and previews it, allowing you to navigate around without making a project, just like DGIndex. I will release that when I clear out a few small bugs. That makes the toolset start to be useful.

My big question now is which container format to start with. I'm thinking transport, but mp4 is also possible. Your thoughts?

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Got one that I can't get to decode. Using rev 3 of your tool. After reading the thread I'm thinking maybe it is PAFF but I don't know how to determine that. Link to ES in PM.
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TS. I think people with H.264 transport capture streams would love you more that way. MP4 would also be nice too.
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MKV would be nice.

TS files are often interlaced as PAFF and MBAFF, so I don't know what good it would do to include it yet.
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for me it the prioritylist goes like that:
TS > MKV > MP4

TS or MKV would be really nice and it wouldn't make a difference for me, which one is first.
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1. TS (there are lots of progressive streams)
2. EVOB
3. MKV
4. MP4
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With container you mean file>open support or file>mux support?

If you go for mkv also, i am sure Haali is willing to write a patch, same as for x264
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Got one that I can't get to decode. Using rev 3 of your tool. After reading the thread I'm thinking maybe it is PAFF but I don't know how to determine that. Link to ES in PM.
What player are you able to successfully play that stream with? Where/how did you get it?
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With container you mean file>open support or file>mux support?
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If you go for mkv also, i am sure Haali is willing to write a patch, same as for x264
You keep making cryptic comments that I don't understand. Can't you just be straightforward? What patch would I need?
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What player are you able to successfully play that stream with? Where/how did you get it?
While in TS it plays with Elecard's player. It is from Sat (r5000).
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TS. I think people with H.264 transport capture streams would love you more that way. MP4 would also be nice too.
yes, TS support should be considered to be chosen in the first place and MP4 as second...

I don't consider MKV to be important as MP4 is the native container format for h.264 and MKV just a container supporting that raw format too...

if someone considers MKV to be important than neuron2 should also add support for avi, as avi is also able to store h.264 streams and as you will agree with me, avi doesn't makes sense, as does MKV
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AVI can be read with AVISource + ffvfw, while MKV can only be read through DirectShowSource. So AVI doesn't really need DGAVC support, while MKV would benefit from it ( DirectShowSource is mostly unreliable ).

So, imho, TS > MP4=MKV. I haven't seen any EVOB yet, but it will become usefull soon enough
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So AVI doesn't really need DGAVC support
as I said - maybe long winded but that conclusion was my intention
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While in TS it plays with Elecard's player. It is from Sat (r5000).
Yes, but you gave me the ES! What are you able to play it in?

Better to give me the TS to rule out a bad demuxing.
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PAFF will come.
despite all the container requests here i think this is the best news!

could you fill us in if you do this yourself or someone other is doing it (and mybe a eta ?

thanks man!
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Yes, but you gave me the ES! What are you able to play it in?

Better to give me the TS to rule out a bad demuxing.
Link to TS in PM. I used h264tsto to demux it. Had tried bbdmux but no program would take the output file (mkvmerge, mp4box). Couldn't get anything to play the ES other than ffdshow which does a horrible job so I figured that either ffdshow doesn't have some features implemented or the ES file is bad.

Update: The Elecard player will play it muxed into mkv so it probably isn't a bad demux.

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parsing mp4 by using mp4's own index (so not needing DGAVCIndex) would be nice
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parsing mp4 by using mp4's own index (so not needing DGAVCIndex) would be nice
Please point me to the spec and section number that describes this index. Thank you.
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