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cruz 11-11-2003 09:25 AM

Avisynth 2.52 frame size problems
I've made a script for an XviD Source. When I try to load this script into CCE I get this error: "Frame Size 884x56 is not supported. Supported Frame size is up to 720x576." TMPGEnc does load the script but doesn't recognize the XviD Source.
I tried to generate a script with MovieStacker or FitCD but this doesn't solve the problem.
I even reinstalled the XviD Codec, but this also didn't help a thing.

XviD Source specs:
framerate: 23.976
frame size: 608x336
audio: AC3

The XviD file plays perfectly when I open it in Windows Media Player...

any suggestions? :?


incredible 11-11-2003 10:03 AM

Please show us your script, as it shows right in WMP maybe your stream just needs borders added to be accepted by CCE!?.

Boulder 11-11-2003 10:16 AM

The XviD file may play correctly but does the script open in WMP? There's probably an error message shown when you try to load the script in WMP, tell us what it is.

cruz 11-11-2003 11:22 AM

VirtualDub: Cannot determine file type.
WMP: Cannot play this file. This file is probably damaged or this player doesn't support this file type. (translation from dutch error)

to incredible: I also added borders in the script... so that can't be the problem.

incredible 11-11-2003 11:39 AM


Originally Posted by cruz
to incredible: I also added borders in the script... so that can't be the problem.

Right! As I saw too late that you open the Dvix itself in WMP! ;-)

Well use "Gspot" to see which codec is used ... even if WMP supports your avi type directly maybe you have to add another codec to your system?

Boulder 11-11-2003 11:53 AM

And post your script!

cruz 11-11-2003 12:01 PM

Wooohooo!! I did it :D

I disabled the audio by placing "false" behind the AviSource.
And it worked
thanx for your help anyway!


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