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  1. Member FulciLives's Avatar
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    Originally Posted by OutSiderBR
    Baldrik,
    Just one simple question : I read all the DirectShowSource help part in AVISynth help file and I could not find any citation on parameter convertfps. Can you please tell me how you got to know the existence of this parameter and what it does ? Is there a program that shows all the parameters in AVISynth filters.
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    You probably have an old version of AviSynth.

    I had to upgrade myself to get the convertfps function to work.

    It is documented on the AviSynth website as noted by Jim44.

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  2. Thanks a bunch, Jim and FulciLives. I have to get used to reading online documentation.

    I will upgrade it to 2.5.6a.
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    I download a podcast and when I used this method, I'm able to open the file in VirtualDub. But VDub is unable to recognize the audio. I converted the original m4v file to mp4 first. GSpot doesn't seem to work with mp4 files very well and so can't read the audio info. Is there anyway I can read (and convert the audio) in VDub?


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    try super 1, it supports everything.
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    Thanks for replying.
    SUPER is able to convert the video, but not the audio. The resulting video file doesn't have any audio. If I'm able to play the original file (with audio) in MPC, any of these programs should be able to recognize the audio right? I was hoping your method of using your DirectShowSource method to get the audio to be detected could be used.

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    if super can't convert the audio give up.......it's based on mencoder,ffmpeg that can convert everything.

    mpc has builtin codecs so it might not work with directshowsource. do you get any audio in wmp?

    what does yamb say about the audio?
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    I get audio in WMP10. Yamb 1.5 says the following about the video file:
    * Movie Info *
    Timescale 600 - Duration 00:14:52.021
    Fragmented File no - 2 track(s)
    File Brand MSNV - version 16777260

    File has root IOD
    Scene PL 0xff - Graphics PL 0xff - OD PL 0xff
    Visual PL: AVC/H264 Profile (0x15)
    Audio PL: AAC Profile @ Level 2 (0x29)
    No streams included in root OD

    Track # 1 Info - TrackID 1 - TimeScale 29969 - Duration 00:14:52.021
    Media Info: Language "und" - Type "vide" - Sub Type "avc1" - 26733 samples
    MPEG-4 Config: Visual Stream - ObjectTypeIndication 0x21
    AVC/H264 Video - Visual Size 320 x 240
    Self-synchronized

    Track # 2 Info - TrackID 2 - TimeScale 48000 - Duration 00:14:52.010
    Media Info: Language "und" - Type "soun" - Sub Type "mp4a" - 41813 samples
    Unknown track type
    Is there anything I can do to convert this video?
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    As YAMB said, the sound track is in AAC, which very few integrated tools actually support. I think you have to separate the track and convert AAC separately.
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    I looked through the guides on this site but didn't see any for extracting and converting AAC audio tracks from MP4 videos.
    Anyone?
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    extract with yamb and convert with belight.
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  11. i can't open my rmvb files in these day with virtualdub, is it because my realaternative is not working anymore? 'cause i heard someone said that realaternative is not stable
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    You are doing it through AVISynth template, right?

    Check Gabest's site on SourceForge for latest Real Splitter.
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  13. Originally Posted by kschang
    You are doing it through AVISynth template, right?

    Check Gabest's site on SourceForge for latest Real Splitter.
    i write the script in Avisynth and then open the avs file with VirtualDub like i always did, but this time, VirtualDub crashed, i wonder why
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    Someone suggested I try total video converter by effectmatrix, but it did not work, and ended up crashing my system so many times I had to reformat and start again - this software is a nightmare!!
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    I followed your tutorial of how to open an mp4 file and with your help I suceeded in open it in TMPGEnc to convert it to an mpeg file but unluckily there is no audio in the file.When I have an avi file and have this problem I use avi audio decompressor but with this kind of file it doesn't open. Can you help me pls?
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    Look up a few messages, where Baldrick suggested two programs... Yamb, and BeLight. Use those.
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    just found this guide

    GENIUS !

    used SDP MultiMedia to save streamed wmv and converted easily in VirtualDubMod (using x264 Video Codec)

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    my thing says
    "no video stream found."


    but i've followed through the steps and the location of my thing is correct

    DirectShowSource("C:\Documents and Settings\Ben\My Documents\Eternal_Summer2006.rmvb", convertfps=true)
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    i have an mkv file, and using this guide, i am able to open the avs file with media player classic and it plays fine, however, when i open it with virtuadub and/or my encoders (tmpgenc or cce) the video flashes to a grey screen every second/split second.

    any ideas?
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  20. I wanna use avisynth to read rmvb files and it won't work since i've got a new computer..it's weird

    I have installed avisynth 2.56 and of course real alternative

    I get an error message in virtualdub saying:
    "avisynth open failure , unexpected character "y"

    and when i try with virtualdub mod it's the same thing

    The avs script i use is as follows:

    DirectShowSource("C:\path of the video",fps=25, convertfps=true)

    Now you gotta be aware it used to work fine with my old computer, what am i missing???!!
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    I had the same "unexpecter character " problem, and searching on forums I found the answer.. you can't save the .avs file using unicode, just open it and "save as" using ANSI coding. It worked for me, i hope it helps ^^
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  22. Well i did what u said and have an error still: "ACCESS VIOLATION" I don't understand
    Someone help i'm lost on this one
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    Hi,

    I tryied this method to use a h.264 movie as video source in TMPGEnc but with no sucess. I installed ffdshow and I can watch the h.264 movie.

    The problem: when I try to open the .avs file in WMP or BSPlayer, I get only the audio stream. When I try VirtualDub, I get this error: "No video stream found". Also, when I try putting the .avs as video stream in TMPGEnc I get "File video.avs can not open, or unsupported".

    I tryied also putting the commands "fps=23.976, convertfps=true", but the .avs file still shows only audio stream.

    Anyone has a clue?
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  24. Regarding your issue with tmpgenc+avs i think i know:

    You must change the priority for "directshow multimedia file reader"
    Set it to 1 & all the rest to zero

    You can find this in: options>env. settings>VFAPI plugin

    For the rest i have no clue
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    I tryied what you said but I got the same error message in TMPGEnc.
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  26. Well that's rather strange because that work with me

    Have u set the "Avi VFW compatibility reader" part to -2
    (in: options>env. settings>VFAPI plugin)

    Also check if in options the "option" "register tempgenc vfp to VFAPI" is validated.

    with all this that should work
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    Yes, those settings was selected by default. I think the problem isn't with TMPGEnc, because the .avs isn't working neither with BSPLayer, VirtualDub and WMP.

    I don't know what to do :/


    I tryied others h.264 movies but got the same error. Still can't play in BSPLayer, VDub and WMP. I reinstalled all the package necessary one time. Maybe I need to use another h.264 codec?

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    I installed ffdshow and I can watch the h.264 movie.
    Is your ffdshow configured to (not) deal with .AVS files
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    Originally Posted by Midzuki
    I installed ffdshow and I can watch the h.264 movie.
    Is your ffdshow configured to (not) deal with .AVS files
    I opened ffdshow video decoder configuration and scrolled down until I find avisynth unchecked. So I checked it, clicked Apply then Ok. But still getting the same error.
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    The screenshot you posted says "filename.MOV".
    Do you have QuickTime or QTAlternative
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