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  1. I have a 2 hour long MKV, and usually I've opened it using FFMpegSource2 function, and that automatically creates an index file so it opens up quickly in the future.

    Yesterday I noticed that I had the function of "ffms2_FFmpegSource2" and ffms2_ffms2". I decided to try them but had to wait a very long time for the file to open up.

    I went back to FFMpegSource2 but now everytime I use it, I have to wait a long period of time for the file to open. It's as if the FFIndex file no longer exists, or even gets created.
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    Did you look in the MKV's folder to see if a .ffindex file is being created and what modify date is on it?
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  3. Originally Posted by JVRaines View Post
    Did you look in the MKV's folder to see if a .ffindex file is being created and what modify date is on it?

    Yes, there is a file where the last modified date was last night shortly after 11PM. I was up after midnight opening the file multiple times and waiting though. It looks to me that it suddenly stopped updating.

    FIXED:

    It finally updated, though I went back into the avs file and deleted a line before trying again. It was another function I was testing out, the DSS2 function. It wasn't active though.

    Can that stop an index file from being updated though? An inactive command that comes before an active one.
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