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Old 20th August 2015, 15:28   #1  |  Link
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YATTA for VapourSynth (real name: Wobbly)

I lovingly crafted these programs for y'all: https://github.com/dubhater/Wobbly

What is Yatta, you might ask? According to its name, it is "yet another telecide tool for Avisynth^Wanime". It's a program you may use if you want to control the field matching process down to the last fully black frame, or if you don't trust TDecimate to drop the right frames, or if you want to apply some filtering to certain scenes only, or if you need to deal with video that can't decide if it's 24 fps or 30 fps. Anyway, all of that applies to Wobbly as well, except the part where it's for Avisynth.

I suppose this first release would be labelled "beta", if I believed in using such labels. Expect crashes and other less-than-ideal behaviour. Please report everything. I don't use the software myself, so it's up to you to really test it.

There is no documentation yet, besides the readme.rst, but maybe you can figure it out on your own.
There is some documentation now: https://github.com/dubhater/Wobbly/blob/master/doc

Here is the list of VapourSynth plugins you'll need, besides those included in the VapourSynth installer:
d2vsource
L-SMASH-Works
FieldHint (v3 or newer)
scxvid
Put them in one of the autoload folders.
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Interesting, is it based on the YATTA code or written from scratch?

I could never really get YATTA to work properly as the documentation is lacking and the learning curve is quite high.
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Interesting, is it based on the YATTA code or written from scratch?

I could never really get YATTA to work properly as the documentation is lacking and the learning curve is quite high.
It's written from scratch.
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Thanks for creating such a tool. It will really help YATTA lovers like me. However, what does "Wobbly" mean? and, the A in YATTA means Anime xD. Nevermind.

I installed everything but when running wibbly I get:

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The procedure entry point vsscript_creatscript@4 could not be located in the dynamic link library vsscript.dll

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and the same for wobbly. but @8 rather than @4.


I hope you clarify that... VS itself is not working properly in my device, and I reported the issue in 2 threads but no answer yet.

thanks, I will contribute in documentation when this project gets better and I could use it.
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Thanks for creating such a tool. It will really help YATTA lovers like me. However, what does "Wobbly" mean? and, the A in YATTA means Anime xD. Nevermind.

I installed everything but when running wibbly I get:

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The procedure entry point vsscript_creatscript@4 could not be located in the dynamic link library vsscript.dll

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and the same for wobbly. but @8 rather than @4.


I hope you clarify that... VS itself is not working properly in my device, and I reported the issue in 2 threads but no answer yet.

thanks, I will contribute in documentation when this project gets better and I could use it.
Have you tried just reinstalling VapourSynth?
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I just reinstalled VS but the problem stays the same.
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I thought it was the same problem you had with VapourSynth earlier, but it looks like I just compiled the 32 bit version incorrectly. Please download it again.
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Now it works well. thanks.

It seems a bit hard to get started immediately... gonna need sometime to get used to it. Can you do some getting started tutorial?
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Here is some documentation for Wibbly: https://github.com/dubhater/Wobbly/b...doc/wibbly.rst. Let me know what's missing.
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A full rewrite?

Gotta have a look at it... thanks for your efforts. Let's see which functionalities remain.
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And here is some documentation for Wobbly: https://github.com/dubhater/Wobbly/b...doc/wobbly.rst
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The "wibbly" program becomes unresponsive every time I try to gather metrics on a .d2v file. CPU usage remains high, then drops off after a while, but the process doesn't seem to complete, as the resulting file is blank. Any thoughts?

Edit: I now get the following error message when opening wibbly.

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The "wibbly" program becomes unresponsive every time I try to gather metrics on a .d2v file. CPU usage remains high, then drops off after a while, but the process doesn't seem to complete, as the resulting file is blank. Any thoughts?

Edit: I now get the following error message when opening wibbly.

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You get that error with the job that wouldn't complete? Are you quite sure the file name ends with "d2v"?
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You get that error with the job that wouldn't complete? Are you quite sure the file name ends with "d2v"?
Yes, because it seems to save auto-load the last job I get it until I remove it manually and re-open the program.

I don't /think/ it's a problem with the .d2v file. I re-indexed it just in case, using DGIndex 1.5.8. No differences. I also replicated the issue on another computer.
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Yes, because it seems to save auto-load the last job I get it until I remove it manually and re-open the program.

I don't /think/ it's a problem with the .d2v file. I re-indexed it just in case, using DGIndex 1.5.8. No differences. I also replicated the issue on another computer.
32 bit or 64 bit?

Please try again with this test build and post a screenshot of the message that begins with "Not an error".
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32 bit or 64 bit?

Please try again with this test build and post a screenshot of the message that begins with "Not an error".
I've been using the 64-bit version. Here's the error I got with your patched build after opening the .d2v: http://i.imgur.com/M5QKeOn.png
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I've been using the 64-bit version. Here's the error I got with your patched build after opening the .d2v: http://i.imgur.com/M5QKeOn.png
It picked the right source filter, so it should be working. Do you have another job on the list, one that isn't a d2v file?
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It picked the right source filter, so it should be working. Do you have another job on the list, one that isn't a d2v file?
Yes, it's just a single .d2v file. Could it have to do with the fact that it's an index of multiple streams together (split DVD .vob files), though? Here is the file in question: http://www.mediafire.com/download/mp...2cqw/FC_01.d2v

Edit: I tried indexing just a single stream from the same source. No difference. I guess it's not that.

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Building on Debian GNU/Linux fails with the following errors:

Full log: http://pastebin.com/TJ7HkRRT

qtbase5-dev installed version is 5.3.2

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Building on Debian GNU/Linux fails with the following errors:

Full log: http://pastebin.com/TJ7HkRRT

qtbase5-dev installed version is 5.3.2
That is very strange. The documentation for Qt 5.3 says that those functions have one optional parameter, just like in later versions. Something must be wrong with your copy of Qt.
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