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  1. Hey guys just installed the software. It's awesome just had a hassle trying to get the other software installed from the sites but got it working. My question is when i go to put my video in and as its decoding I get this error "DirectShowSource: RenderFile, the filter graph manager won't talk to me" C:\Temp\RipBot264temp\job1\getinfo.avs, line 2"

    I've re installed the FFS and all the other programs and it i still giving me this issue. If anyone knows how to fix this would be helpful thanks!
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    By "the software", what are you referring to? Ripbot? AVISynth? GraphEditor? a Codec?

    Back up and explain in detail what you have and what you want done...

    Scott
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  3. When I put a video into RibBot thay decosing error is what I get.
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    Do a search for that error message text on this forum (also perhaps forum.doom9.org), I remember seeing it mentioned recently. And if I remember correctly the cause was that the system lacked the required codec for the input video format (or that the required codec was not correctly configured to output in a colourspace compatible with the rest of the filter graph).

    Use GraphEdt File > Render Media File to confirm that it's a codec issue. If no video codec is displayed, your system likely lacks a codec for the input video format, and you'd have to install one (or install ffdshow). If a video codec is displayed but couldn't be connected to a video renderer, there's possibly a colourspace mismatch. In that case try out all available colourspaces in the codec's configuration for the ones that work, then choose from those the one that works (and looks) best.

    Cheers,
    Francois
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