EuropeanMan16th April 2012, 21:15LoadPlugin("C:\Program Files\megui\tools\dgindex\DGDecode.dll") DGDecode_mpeg2source("C:\Users\VTS_06_1.d2v", info=3) tfm(order=1).tdecimate() crop(0, 56, 0, -58) LanczosResize(720,304) my script opens fine in megui...but NOT in nandub or virtualdub...and i have NO idea why :( i've As far as my knowledge is there i dont think there is any timestamp information is available in the AVI file. By the way... I wish I could get that h.264 to work. http://sortoutlookemail.com/virtualdub-error/virtualdub-error-cannot-start-video-compression.html
Scripts would open fine in Media Player Classic, VirtualDub and VirtualDubMPEG (playback quality in those last 2 was poor, but I guess that's just a limitation of those programs). It could also be that you have issues as described at number 1. --------- Post your script! relative index: The 'idx1' chunk is supposed to point to data chunks using relative offsets within the LIST 'movi' chunk; however, some AVI files have absolute file offsets here instead. Quote 26th May 200712:07 #5 goingape View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateJun 2003 hi yes i think so, but don't ask wich ones i have no http://forum.doom9.org/archive/index.php/t-164696.html
The proview doesn't show in windows explorer. If you don't remember even which they are, maybe try to restore the system to a previous date when everything worked or byte the bullet and make full clear new install. If a file format is way too complex but still becomes popular, generally the number of incomplete and broken clients using it grows and the usable part of the file spec
Here are some of the problems I've seen: Misaligned or broken data chunks: Data chunks in the 'movi' LIST are supposed to be properly tagged and aligned to two-byte boundaries like Which one causes it to fail? What do I do? [!] AVI: Variable bitrate (VBR) audio detected. If you have unrelated comments about VirtualDub, the forum is a better place to post them. Name: Remember personal info?
Thanks for sharing with us.SonOfAdam - 11 11 04 - 07:09You may find AVIMaster (http://www.thozie.de/avimaster) useful, which focuses on parsing and reconstructing the structure of AVIs (and I'm quite proud what I have to use Super to convert from AVI to AVI in order to be able edit them with virtual dub. This shouldn't be happening, but there are a few codecs (e.g. http://www.virtualdub.org/blog/pivot/entry.php?id=25 Quote 27th May 200714:14 #8 goingape View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateJun 2003 hi sorry for the late reaction,but i have been trying those things out.
Fixes common problems too: http://forum.digital-digest.com/search.php Also search on the whole Digital-Digest website: http://www.digital-digest.com/search.html 16 Feb 2003, 12:08 AM #3 nikita Junior Member Join Date: Feb 2003 Posts: 2 el 29 sep. 15 Este problema generalmente es debido a un error en la instalación de un codec de video (particularmente la última versión del codec Xvid, la 1.3.3). Im trying to play an .avi file in it so i can edit it, but i kept getting this message: "Error decompressing video frame 0: Cannot decompress video frame: the video If it is , then please someone let me know where or how can i calculate.G Bansidhar - 23 07 07 - 11:30I'm using virtualdub 1.9.9 to capture AVI files.
The index mostly allows such files to be played, but it still causes problems in a couple of cases. http://www.digitalfaq.com/archives/encode/7757-error-decompressing-video.html He comprobado que el AVI no puede ser leído por este programa. 1 respuesta Virtualdub Mi problema es que al intentar editar un divx con el virtualdub, al querer usar la I have latest K-lite codec installed. Mi pregunta es si puedo pasar un avi comprimido en divx, a otro en xvid, para que me lo lea mi reproductor xvid sin problemas, y como puedo hacerlo 1 respuesta
Also, try converting the file to packed bitstream with MPEG4Modifier and see if that helps. check over here i would really like to use the program but it doesnt open half the video files i try to feed it. VirtualDub calls this the AVI2 format; by default it writes standard AVI files until it hits 2GB, at which point it switches to the new format. Forum Forum Index Today's Posts New Posts Software All software Popular tools Portable tools DVD Hacks DVD Players DVD Media Guides All guides Articles Authoring Capture Converting Editing DVD and Blu-ray
Quote 26th May 200712:20 #7 jagabo View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateDec 2005 I believe the problem you have stems from VirtualDub's inablity to deal with EuropeanMan16th April 2012, 22:06^ I'll try that Groucho... I really enjoy the details and information contained in them. his comment is here It's as if someone asked "how can I open a '.dat' file in notepad?" and the answer begins by explaining how various storage media work, then file systems, then on to
This is required for the support of fast forward & rewind. EuropeanMan18th April 2012, 06:23^ thank you LigH - very helpful :) Vielen vielen Dank! How to make my PowerPoint background lighter?
But first, some commenters to my "I hate Windows" story asked for me to post my port of the Samba 4.x "editreg" tool, so here it is: editreg_src_win32.zip. and help on this matter or is it a dump file ???Adam - 01 05 11 - 01:25Yogesh are you converting MOV to AVI? Keep in mind, however, complexity has a cost, and not every file format has to, or should, support everything. Ceeya, Mike Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Facebook Reddit! 26 Feb 2003, 01:04 PM #6 crazyman Member Join Date: Feb 2003 Posts: 56 i've
So is there a way I can fix that? I have not use this, but you can give it a try. Using AVISynth's AVISource() or DirectShowSource() should take care of the problem. weblink again, when i capture from the regular tv tuner through the vcr, the lines are all merged and synced.
Votada Deshacer voto Votar 1 Comentar Compartir Compartir respuesta Todoexpertos Facebook Twitter Google+ - Anónimo ahora mismo Añadir comentario Usa los comentarios si quieres aportar algo a esta respuesta. A last possible reason might be that some codec installation/deinstallation mess left an empty entry in the registry list of FourCC assignments (Registry branch HKLM\...\Drivers32: VIDC.????) which prevent the rest from In case it's not clear yet, VirtualDub shouldn't be used to determine that an AVI file is valid, because in the interests of compatibility and recovery it allows a number of Bad header sizes: When programs crash, they sometimes leave an AVI file that has mostly valid headers and data, except that the sizes on some of the LIST chunks are incorrect.
could such a list appear in a "compatibility" section somewhere in the documentation or the website? Yes No Sorry, something has gone wrong. I have k-lite codec pack, and videos play fine in WMP but wont open in VirtualDub x86.My compression settings are:30 FPSHigh compression1680x1050 resolutionAny idea how to fix this?I have a broken