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01-10-2004, 07:28 PM
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Hi there, I cature from VHS with a setting in vdub capture of RGB24 and Huffyuv compression.
All was fine until I started experimenting with avisynth.
Most of the filters return an error: xyz plugin requires YUY2 source.
Is there a command I can insert in the script to correct this or should I be using diffrent settings in vdub (if so what would be best).
Thanks very much.
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It seems you set HuffYUV to RGB output. So set HuffYUV to YUY2 (standard) output.
Using this it will result in a YUY2 based stream which is easy to open in avisynth and its YUY2 based filters.
But as there are also many YV12 needing filters, you should add a
ConverttoYV12() to the filtering part which needs that YV12 colorspace.
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01-11-2004, 12:56 AM
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thanks for your help, I will make those changes.
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