I changed my hardware to a MSI-Board with a Z690-Chipset and an i9-12900.
With THIS hardware it is not possible to set the checkbox from "create top menu".
The multiAVCD-software always says: please re-install AviSynth. But of course that is NOT the problem.
I used multiAVCHD for years with no problems. If i take another computer with
i7-6700k and a Asus-Board there is no problem. So i think I know HOW to install the software correctly.
It worked for years with many CPUs and Boards.
Has anyone an idea how to fix the problem with the "create top menu"-option.
Has multiAVCHD or AviSynth a problem with the Z690-Chipset ?
Does the DevIL-library has a problem with the Z690-Chipset or the CPU ?
I always copy my files to another computer. The other computer creates the blu-ray structure
and then i copy all files back to the main computer.
multiAVCHD is the most important program for me....
I don't know what to do......
I am grateful for any help
multiAVCHD creates a testfile (the file 'imgtest.jpg' and an 'avs-file') when you check the "create top menu"-option.
This test seems to fail. And then multiAVCD deletes the testfile. And i can not create a menu. Only the standard menu is running.
I don't know if this "test" has anything to do with my problem..........
The self-created AVS-file from multiAVCHD (piriform Recuva has detected the files as DELETED)
ImageSource(img, end = 25, use_DevIL=true)
Subtitle("\nmultiAVCHD", first_frame=0, last_frame=5, font="Courier New", size=12, text_color=$808080, lsp=10, align=8)
If i run the AVS-file with the media-player the Media-Player says:
"ImageReader: error 'Could not open file' in DevIL library.
reading file "D:\multiAVCHD\imgtest.jog"
DevIL version 166."
BUT...with the AVS.file this error appears on both computers by running the avs-file with the Media-Player.
And the second computer is working with the 'create-top-menu-option'.
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I Have the same issue and could not find a fix , so i had to stop using the software
Does it make any difference if you run the program
No, the same problem if i start it "as Admininistrator" .
I think the problem ist "AviSynth"....but WHY ist it not working ???
I tried every version i could download....always the same problem.
The shown error is : "Avisynth is not working properly! Menu will not available!"
buy why ?????????????????????????????????????????????????? ??????????????????????????
I tried the multiAVCHD-software with AviSynth on 4 other computers. No problems......
Nothing useful in the log?
Are you running the latest version of Windows 10 ?
I ran this script based on the your first post and it works fine
img="C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319\ASP.NETWebAdminFiles\Images\ASPdotNET_logo.jpg" ImageSource(img, end = 25, use_DevIL=true) Subtitle("\nmultiAVCHD", first_frame=0, last_frame=5, font="Courier New", size=12, text_color=$808080, lsp=10, align=8) LanczosResize(128,128) ConvertToYV12() ConvertFPS(25)
Thank you very much for your answer !!!!
I think, your script might be the answer.
"Your" script is running on my computer.
The problem seems to be the "self-created" "imgtest.jpg" from "multiAVCHD".
I couldn't see the picture, so i changed it coincidentally to a avs-file and
the answer is : it is a avs-file.
i attached the file "imgtest.avs" with originally is "imgtest.jpg".
What the hell is doing this "imgtest" .jpg .avs - file ???? (i can see some paths on my computer / ImgBurn / Temp-directory)
But what can i do ? i can not forbid the multiAVCHD-program to create this test-file and
i can not avoid the test-function from multiAVCHD.
I attached a video from running your script and the original script
and a video where you can see the multiAVCHD-behaviour.
i uploaded the "imgtest.jpg" as a avs-file and
the original produced file by multiAVCHD.
All tested....Windows 8, 10, 11 - Windows is not the problem.
The logging is empty. i think it begins, if i (could) hit the 'start'-button.
I am grateful for any help
Last edited by NeroWolfe; 10th Jun 2022 at 13:37.
I've got the reason )))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))
After exactly 2 months !!!!
Go to settings !
uncheck x264 or check x264 and "not" ===> auto (this is really a joke ! unbelievable !)
And you can use the "create menu" option !
I've been fighting with this for 3 days, finally found this answer and the menu option is working at last!
I'm using Windows 11 on a Gigabyte Z790 / Gen 13 intel i5.
Version numbers: multiAVCHD: 4.1 build 771, AVIsynth 2.58, ffdshow rev 3054, haali 11-01-2009 220.127.116.11
*update* I have now updated the support software and it's still working (Multitest passes too)
AVISynth+ 3.7.2, ffdshow rev 4532, haali 23-06-2013 18.104.22.168