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Old 1st December 2008, 00:50   #81  |  Link
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You are welcome.
But please check where i marked; Celine Dion (CD.ts has no issues while MC.ts has)
Even mediainfo or any other tools show this MC as interlaced,
i suspect it has pulldown while CD is a real interlaced video.
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EDIT: One more time; here they are:
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"The folder you accessed is currently empty."

Did you try the link?
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What do you think?
I already told you what I think. I have to ask Nvidia about it.

Failing to honor pulldown would not cause macroblocking.

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Old 1st December 2008, 01:09   #84  |  Link
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OK, i'll be waiting.
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Old 1st December 2008, 03:21   #85  |  Link
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Give me the darn stream and I'll fix it!!!

This gets frustrating to keep having to ask for the stream.

DTS should work. If you give me the stream I will fix it.
is the first like 25mb of the m2ts file enough? as the file is 12gb heh. sorry for not posting a clip but i thought it could be more a problem my end.

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Perfect. Thank you.

Investigating...
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Old 1st December 2008, 04:39   #87  |  Link
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DTS demux fixed

Re-download 1.0.0 and get the fixed DGVC1IndexNV.exe out of it. All the other files are the same.
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Old 1st December 2008, 07:10   #88  |  Link
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Everything looks ok now, DTS is demuxed. Thank you.
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can we await a ATi/AMD Version of your Tools ?
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Old 1st December 2008, 11:13   #90  |  Link
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Looks like the cropping function is broken.

Appears to be over cropping.

edit: happens on all the sources I have atm.
oh and I think this effort was worth another $15

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i cant start the app. because cant find the nvcuda.dll

i havent a nvida grafikcard. is this the problem?

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i havent a nvida grafikcard. is this the problem?
Sigh.

From the first post in this thread.

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For those not acquainted with my tools, the NV on the end denotes a version that runs on an Nvidia graphics card GPU. I don't have any plans to develop a non-NV version because I am not aware of any decent open source decoder.
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Appears to be over cropping.

oh and I think this effort was worth another $15
Actually, it is cropping as desired but the SIZ line at the bottom of the DGV file is being set to the cropped size and not the uncropped size. So the source filter crops the already cropped size. I'll release a fix. I will also check if DGAVCDecNV is affected. Thank you for pointing this out. And thanks for the extra donation.
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Actually, it is cropping as desired but the SIZ line at the bottom of the DGV file is being set to the cropped size and not the uncropped size. So the source filter crops the already cropped size.
Re-download 1.0.0. Only DGVC1IndexNV is changed. I want to get a reasonably clean 1.0.0 before starting to bump revision numbers.
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I noticed in the first post you said that there isn't a valid open source decoder at this time... may I ask why existent decoders (for example ffmpeg/libavcodec) are inadequate?
PS: sorry if you already answered this, but I couldn't find an answer...
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That's OT for this thread and could lead to a flame fest, so I'm just going to say that my opinion is well-known and if you search you can find out about it. Please don't discuss it further here. I have no plans to make a VC1 source filter based on libavcodec.
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That fixed it.

Another issue I found is when trimming material. The resulting .dgv file has 2 beginning frames of macro blocked garbage.
If I set to save and demux, the demuxed file loads fine back into DGVC1IndexNV, but the .dgv file displays the garbage.


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Another issue I found is when trimming material. The resulting .dgv file has 2 beginning frames of macro blocked garbage.
Those are orphaned B frames due to an open GOP. I suppose I should implement what I do in DGIndex: replace them with copies of the first decodable frame. Putting it on the to-do list.
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@rica

Something is strange with that MC.ts i would even say DGVC1Dec handles it the best way (realy robust parser) compared with most other Software stuff, in my Software Framework it crashes after 40 frames been transcoded (also heavy corrupted result) Haali-Splitter->(Windows Media Decoder DMO) -> H.264
CD.ts works nicely got it down from 22->6 (very easy entropy)

Scary about MC.ts i see a complete different beginning through the corrupted result see -> http://s11.directupload.net/images/081201/9dt36qc7.png so i guess those damaged frames got skipped by Donalds Parser entirely
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CruNcher,
Thanks for the feedback.
I must admit this MC clip is one of the most difficult ones i've ever met.
I've been making some trials for 3 hours this evening.
When i complete the trials i want to share my experience here on this thread if i get a permission from neuron2.
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