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Old 17th July 2010, 02:30   #2101  |  Link
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I just upgraded to a gtx 470 and I was amazed at the improvement it had with DG NV Tools. The same clip with the same settings was done on the same machine with different video cards.


9600 GSO 512 MB:

encoded 16046 frames, 45.07 fps, 2053.91 kb/s


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x264 Statistics
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Start: 3:24:02 PM
End: 3:29:58 PM
Duration: 00:05:56

GTX 470 1280 MB:

encoded 16046 frames, 48.92 fps, 2082.12 kb/s


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x264 Statistics
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Start: 6:51:56 PM
End: 6:57:25 PM
Duration: 00:05:28

The X264 profile used was Divx Plus. Anyway, that's a good improvement over the 9600 GSO I had and the 210 I tried was even lower. I haven't tested the 470 with DXVA decoders yet. I'm only posting this because I didn't think I'd see that much improvement. If you're doing a long encode, those 3-4 fps will come in handy. Also, this is the 32 bit version. I'll test the 64 bit when I get a chance. Also, all the info you gave me in a previous post proved quite helpful neuron2--Thanks.
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Old 17th July 2010, 02:31   #2102  |  Link
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OK. searching for dgsplit now ...

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Old 17th July 2010, 02:33   #2103  |  Link
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http://neuron2.net/dgsplit/dgsplit11.zip
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Old 17th July 2010, 02:52   #2104  |  Link
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Thanks. Well, that's frustrating. DG split stuff works with the first few of chunk sizes up to 50Mb so far. So I tried the full file again and just waited (v2018 was running in the background) - after a while it finished just this and a 24kb .ac3 file - obviously incorrect.
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DGMPGIndexFileNV8
E:\SOFTWARE-2\MULTIMEDIA\DGIndex-DGAVCDec\NV-purchased\X-2020\

G:\HDTV\AFL\TEST\test.mpg 3456743424

STREAM 3
LUMFILT 0 0
CLIP 0 0 0 0
RANGE 0 0 3456743423 0
AUDIO 80

SEQ 2084
SEQEXT 0
GOP 1
FRM I 3 1 0 0
FRM P 3 1 0 0
FRM P 3 1 0 0
FRM P 3 1 0 0
FRM P 3 1 0 0
FRM P 3 1 0 0
FRM P 3 1 0 0
FRM P 3 1 0 0
FRM P 3 1 0 0
FRM P 3 1 0 0
FRM P 3 1 0 0
FRM P 3 1 0 0
FRM P 3 1 0 0
SEQ 464929
SEQEXT 0
GOP 0
FRM I 3 1 0 0
SIZ 1440 x 1088 
FPS 25000 / 1000
CODED 14
PLAYBACK 14
0.00% FILM

I'll try to use DGsplit with larger sizes and see how I go.

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Old 17th July 2010, 02:58   #2105  |  Link
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I tried on some of my files and found a bug in the program stream parser. I'll work on that but if you can give me a stream that fails it will be helpful.
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Old 17th July 2010, 03:06   #2106  |  Link
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OK, sure thing. still narrowing a chunk down for you from one of 500Mb that fails
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Old 17th July 2010, 03:17   #2107  |  Link
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Try this version (32-bit):

http://neuron2.net/guest/pavel.zip

If it works I'll make a release of 2021 right away as there are some other things to be fixed as well.
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Old 17th July 2010, 03:24   #2108  |  Link
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OK, here's the first 20Mb chunk from the front of the file. http://mfi.re/?r94n4f3f6cck4lz The dgi it yields looks similar to the "full" one above
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DGMPGIndexFileNV8
E:\SOFTWARE-2\MULTIMEDIA\DGIndex-DGAVCDec\NV-purchased\X-2020\

G:\HDTV\AFL\TEST\this-fails-20mb_0.mpg 20971520

STREAM 3
LUMFILT 0 0
CLIP 0 0 0 0
RANGE 0 0 20971519 0
AUDIO 80

SEQ 2084
SEQEXT 0
GOP 1
FRM I 3 1 0 0
FRM P 3 1 0 0
FRM P 3 1 0 0
FRM P 3 1 0 0
FRM P 3 1 0 0
FRM P 3 1 0 0
FRM P 3 1 0 0
FRM P 3 1 0 0
FRM P 3 1 0 0
FRM P 3 1 0 0
FRM P 3 1 0 0
FRM P 3 1 0 0
FRM P 3 1 0 0
SEQ 464929
SEQEXT 0
GOP 0
FRM I 3 1 0 0
SIZ 1440 x 1088 
FPS 25000 / 1000
CODED 14
PLAYBACK 14
0.00% FILM


edit: that was a strange URL. Maybe it's this ? http://www.mediafire.com/?r94n4f3f6cck4lz

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Try this version (32-bit):

http://neuron2.net/guest/pavel.zip

If it works I'll make a release of 2021 right away as there are some other things to be fixed as well.
Yes, that seems to have done the trick. Although,very few of the fields in the "video" box in the grey window get filled in - only
video type
coded #
playback #
frame rpts
field rpts
film %

Is it supposed to be like that ?
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Old 17th July 2010, 03:44   #2110  |  Link
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Is it supposed to be like that ?
Yes. I do it to speed up the indexing operation. Use Play/Preview if you are interested in that data.
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Old 17th July 2010, 04:18   #2111  |  Link
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Build 2021

* Save BMP and Copy Frame to Clipboard now save the original frame size (with cropping and luma filtering honored).
Previously, if the frame was reduced by half for display, the reduced frame size was saved/copied.
Now the saved frame will accurately represent what will be served via your script.

* Corrected NV12 to RGB conversion based on the matrix coefficients (for the 32-bit version only).

* Fixed the following bug: Enter single-step mode, minimize the window, and then restore the window;
DGIndexNV hangs.

* The Help menu is now not disabled during play/preview/indexing.

* Reduced GDI load from updating the trackbar.

* Fixed a bug in the program stream parser that could cause play/preview/indexing to fail.

* DGSource() and DGMultiSource() are now synonyms. The Avisynth source filter is named DGDecodeNV.dll.

http://neuron2.net/dgdecnv/dgdecnv.html

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Yes. I do it to speed up the indexing operation. Use Play/Preview if you are interested in that data.
OK thanks ! I noticed the log file was missing the info as well.

A brilliant tool getting even better.

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Old 17th July 2010, 06:16   #2113  |  Link
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2021 seems to be a major step backwards. Indexing may be faster (although in x64 it seems negligible), but I haven't been able to get so much as one encode off the ground! It's like being back on 2018. Actually, it's worse, as I could eventually get 2018 to play ball with me. Here's the latest crash:

Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: MeGUI.exe
Application Version: 0.3.5.5
Application Timestamp: 4c3e0a57
Fault Module Name: nvcuda.dll
Fault Module Version: 8.17.12.5721
Fault Module Timestamp: 4c0d6ea4
Exception Code: c0000005
Exception Offset: 0000000000001bf9
OS Version: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.768.3
Locale ID: 1033
Additional Information 1: b7f6
Additional Information 2: b7f643e3a3298f138e243807a424f49d
Additional Information 3: 2877
Additional Information 4: 2877193e441150ee23c7d37ca3b4f154

Win7 64-bit, all x64 tools, 257.21 forceware.

The crashes happen the minute I try to process a queue, or open an avs script one too any times, or even once sometimes.
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Works here. 32bit xp-sp3.
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Old 17th July 2010, 09:23   #2115  |  Link
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Works fine for me as well.
OS: WinXP SP3 32bit
Driver: 197.45

Also working:
OS: Win2003 Server SP2 32bit
Driver: 197.45

I should probably mention that this is without any "GUI" involved. For the people who have a problem and unfortunately depend on these frontends I suggest to try it without a "GUI" to isolate the problem.

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Old 17th July 2010, 11:51   #2116  |  Link
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Read the release notes.
I generated my new license and now I'm using 2021 but it still just doesn't do anything when I open any files.
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The crashes happen the minute I try to process a queue, or open an avs script one too any times, or even once sometimes.
Does it happen when you simply open your script in VirtualDub? I've just tried it on my 64-bit environment and see no issues. Perhaps something went haywire in the MEGUI update.

There are no changes in 2021 that would account for something like this.
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I generated my new license and now I'm using 2021 but it still just doesn't do anything when I open any files.
Make sure your license file is named "license.txt". That is an 's' in there NOT a 'c'. Then put it in the same directory as DGIndexNV.exe. Open DGIndexNV and make sure Options/License Switcher is set to License 1. Then open your source file.

Another way people mess this up is by including an extra space after the machine ID when generating the license.
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Does it happen when you simply open your script in VirtualDub? I've just tried it on my 64-bit environment and see no issues. Perhaps something went haywire in the MEGUI update.

There are no changes in 2021 that would account for something like this.
I didn't do a MeGUI update. I updated 2021 directly. And yes, I did finally get some encodes started after a lot of crashing. The behaviors I'm seeing are precisely the way things were before the memory leak was fixed. I will test some with VeeDub and see what happens.
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The behaviors I'm seeing are precisely the way things were before the memory leak was fixed.
Then maybe you are somehow invoking the wrong DLL, maybe from your Avisynth plugins directory. The memory leak did not get "unfixed" in 2021.
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