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    Whenever I open my script ex-DirectShowSource("C:\Documents and Settings\KD\Desktop\BLEACH - 166 RAW.mkv") in virtualdub it gives me this error ex-
    "error during script execution at line 1, column 17: Variable 'DirectShowSource' not found
    DirectShowSource<!>("C:\Documents and Settings\KD\Desktop\BLEACH - 166 RAW.mkv")
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    Reinstall Avisynth
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    I re-installed it and my problem went away..but a new one arose.
    Now it says "Error!:Statsfile not found" and after i click ok it shows another error "Virtualdub Error:Cannot start video compression- The operation is not supported.(error code -1)".....What can I do to fix this problem? Its so frustrating, all I want to do is convert an mkv file
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  5. Either you're trying to run the 2nd pass without first having run the first pass, or you didn't set a name and destination for the stats file.
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    Yay, I got it to work thanks to manono but Virtualdub crashed so i tryed again but still no success
    it shows this error whenever it crashes "An out-of-bounds memory access (access violation) occurred in module 'libavcodec'...
    ...reading address 00000000.
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    ...............?
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    Can I do something to fix this problem?........
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    Please! Can someone reply on how to fix this, its quite frustrating.
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    what gspot report about the original? from the file name it might be some sort of transport stream and not a program stream.
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    Gspot? What is that.... Its an mkv file with a h.264 stream and an aac stream but VirtualDub crashes when i try to save it as an avi
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    VDub sometimes has problems with *.mkv's, try something like alltoavi and convert to Xvid or DivX
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    So there's no way to fix this besides switching to a different converter?...God Damnit!!
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    -bump- I still need help, does anyone know how to fix my VIRTUALDUB problem?
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  15. If you're using AviSynth to open your MKV file then VirtualDub isn't the problem. There is a problem in your DirectShow MKV file splitter or the codec that's decoding the video (ffdshow?).

    In my experience, MKV is mostly a write only format. It can be very difficult to convert to anything else.
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    If its its the mkv splitter how can i fix this?
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    Re-install the splitter components or update them to the latest versions
    Read my blog here.
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  18. Your h.264 stream may be using PAFF and MBAFF which older versions of ffdshow didn't support. Update ffdshow if you haven't already. Or get CoreAVC.
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