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Old 2nd February 2010, 18:29   #61  |  Link
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be it a small gain it's still a gain no matter how you look at it
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is the software decoder your using dxva capable?
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Old 2nd February 2010, 18:35   #63  |  Link
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frame accurate decoding is the most important benefit more fps is just a bonus
I think ffmpegsource is frame accurate, too. Same as DirectShowSource with CoreAvc. I have about 1% cpu usage with coreavc on a 1080p movie.
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Rather if DSS is frame accurate must also be a splitter matter, maybe frame accuracy would need some communication between splitter and decoder which might not be possible with dshow. Only a dshow developer can give a accurate answer on this.
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is the software decoder your using dxva capable?
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I have about 1% cpu usage with coreavc on a 1080p movie.
You cannot use DXVA decoding in AviSynth. Decoded picture cannot be returned to avisynth. Also DXVA needs NV12 instead of YV12 colorspace! I use old good ffdshow (ffmpeg-mt)

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StaxRip's feature rich cutting/trimming abilities combined with DGIndexNV frame accurate decoding i remove ad's and all other nonsense from my HD PVR recordings with no problems
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well .... but I was thinking about blu-ray movies ...
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Maybe you can encode some frames and compare speed using different avs files with directshow, ffvideosrc and dgavcdec.
Then I can decide if its worth the effort
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well .... but I was thinking about blu-ray movies ...
Cutting is needed for Blu-ray too, mostly at chapter points so cuttings might be done prior AviSynth, while ripping for instance but I don't know which software is capable of doing this.
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Old 2nd February 2010, 21:00   #70  |  Link
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DGDecNV has no problems decoding Blu-ray streams (AVC/MPG/VC1) and does not require users to tweak registry to use DSS or have any decoders installed just simple worry free frame accurate indexing->frameserving->encoding->muxing

DSS, FMS2 also work with many streams but fail with some that DGDecNV handles with no problems introducing issues for the end user and more headaches for you trying to solve them

a quick look around these forums and you will see what i mean

if you dont think that DGDecNV can supplement BluRip no worries
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DGDecNV has no problems decoding Blu-ray streams (AVC/MPG/VC1) and does not require users to tweak registry to use DSS or have any decoders installed just simple worry free frame accurate indexing->frameserving->encoding->muxing
Thx for the info. I used the non Nvidia version of DGavcindex when I started with bluray stuff. This version isn't under develpment any longer is it?
Atm I have no points left on my list for blurip So maybe I'll do the DGavcdecNV stuff next. I guess 50% of BluRip users could use it..
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DGAVCIndex is no longer being developed DGIndexNV has replaced or better yet surpassed it

being able to save projects adding batch support to BluRip would be another killer feature to have
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Thx for the info. I used the non Nvidia version of DGavcindex when I started with bluray stuff. This version isn't under develpment any longer is it?
Atm I have no points left on my list for blurip So maybe I'll do the DGavcdecNV stuff next. I guess 50% of BluRip users could use it..
I will second what someone else said, maybe queue support might be worth something to add. Might be worth it more than nvidia support.

Either way, I just purchased a ATI 5670 to try these mkv files that I have made from blurays. Hopefully this bitstreaming stuff works.

Thanks for the great software!
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I will think about how a queue system could fit into my program concept. Guess it will go hand in hand with save/load projects.

DGIndexNV will only work with Nvidia cards? Or does it have a software mode?
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DGDecNV is a decoder/frameserver for AVC, MPEG2, and VC1 streams that runs on the GPU of Nvidia graphics cards that support CUDA video decoding. That means the card must have a VP2 or greater engine. VP1 is not supported!

You can check which engine your card has here:Table of Nvidia GPUs
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The features of DGDecNv sound good.
I'm thinking about adding a cheap NVIDIA card to my pc..

Anyway I added queue support. Will be included in next release.
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awesome cant wait to test it out

sometimes i encode main titles to .flac and commentary tracks to .ogg with UsEac3to: a different GUI for eac3to
add more eac3to audio switches, profiles maybe?
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sometimes i encode main titles to .flac and commentary tracks to .ogg with UsEac3to: a different GUI for eac3to
add more eac3to audio switches, profiles maybe?
If I have a good idea how to integrate this - maybe. Guess it will be more complicated then adding the queue system...
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i love how BluRip is lightweight and it does'nt write anything outside of it's containing folder to the registry or anything a really big plus in encoding software

but can you make it support relative paths for the tools used so it can be completely portable so i can use it on my usb drive?

also i create .avs scripts with indexed source outside of BluRip it would be nice to import it in BluRip so i can skip indexing, cropping

oh yeah Drag&Drop support like UsEac3to: a different GUI for eac3to has would also be killer

i'am brain storming

keep up the great coding
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i'am brain storming

keep up the great coding
Thx It's nice to get some feedback..

I think relative paths will be easy..
But if you demux, index & crop outside BluRip why use it at all?
Anyway I wanted to add some basic editing functions for the streamlist so it doesn't have to be done with a text editor.
If you take a look at the streamlist.xml, you'll see how it works to add a .avs by hand..
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