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12-10-2004, 04:59 AM
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Hi,

Last week I decided to give a chance to DGIndex and today I have problems with Rebuilder : I do not see any means to use DGDecode.dll with it. I found the way to have Rebuilder to use old mpeg2dec3.dll but it seems that the D2V are generated by internal procedures and so, you can't generate new DGIndex ones.

Can somone confirm that ? I'll trash DGIndex immediatly !
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12-10-2004, 05:20 AM
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The program does support dgdecode.dll. Or was your problem something else?

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October 14th, 2004 (v0.64)
- Added support for DGDECODE.DLL. This is a newer, more accurate, and faster
version of MPEG3DEC3DG.DLL. In order to use it, download DGMPGDec from the
Doom9 site (the only required portion of the .ZIP file is DGDECODE.DLL. You
must point to the file from DVD-RB's "Setup" dialog. The MPEG2DEC3 path area
name has been changed to "DECODER". NOTE: In order to use DGDECODE.DLL you
MUST point to it in the DECODER area of the setup dialog and it must not be
renamed (from DGDECODE.DLL). DVD-RB will default to MPEG2DEC3DG.DLL. Hats
off to Neuron2 (Donald Graft) who is an MPEG Maestro.
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12-10-2004, 05:22 AM
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Theoretically the only Problem I do see is if the DVD2AVI 1.76 procedure causes a significant Frameloss, a recognisable non-sync dvd could be the result?

BTW: I never encountered that Problem on my Rebuilder encodes.
AND: I do use some Tools which do still need the old 1.76 d2v syntax
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12-10-2004, 05:32 AM
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Jesus Inc, I just fell on my arse

I've seen lots of Christmas-time avatars but yours is by far the funniest..

Oh, by the way, the PointResize didn't work out well, the hardcoded subs were extremely blocky
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12-10-2004, 05:51 AM
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The program does support dgdecode.dll. Or was your problem something else?

Quote:
October 14th, 2004 (v0.64)
- Added support for DGDECODE.DLL. This is a newer, more accurate, and faster
version of MPEG3DEC3DG.DLL. In order to use it, download DGMPGDec from the
Doom9 site (the only required portion of the .ZIP file is DGDECODE.DLL. You
must point to the file from DVD-RB's "Setup" dialog. The MPEG2DEC3 path area
name has been changed to "DECODER". NOTE: In order to use DGDECODE.DLL you
MUST point to it in the DECODER area of the setup dialog and it must not be
renamed (from DGDECODE.DLL). DVD-RB will default to MPEG2DEC3DG.DLL. Hats
off to Neuron2 (Donald Graft) who is an MPEG Maestro.
I don't really understand what is wrote because :
1/ I REMOVED old mpeg2dec3.dll (and any mpeg2dec*.* files) from my disc
2/ I only have DGDecode.dll in my avisynth plugin directory but I do not declare it in Rebuilder
3/ I lauch rebuilder - it makes d2v - it make avs with no "loadplugin" lines
4/ I obtain an avs error "MPEG2Source : can't load the D2V" ! That means that rebuilder generates old style d2v files

I'll try to declare "Dgdecode.dll" in the option, like indicated. Perhaps this is the way to tell to rebuilder "I want you to generate new style d2v files".

@Inc
Nice avatar. May I have the same thing ? That should be funny
Note: I didn't have any problem too with DVD2AVI except that I discovered that DGIndex needs up to 4x less time than DVD2AVI to process a DVD on my PC !
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12-10-2004, 06:04 AM
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Sorry Phil for beeing Offtopic.

Boulder, just use the masked overlay funtion in Avisynths Xmas Build on your avatar




Phil, get it here:



Boulder, get it here:



Karl, get it here:







PS: DGDecode is THAT much faster???? *wow*
I didnt saw that!
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12-10-2004, 06:18 AM
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Declaring DGDDecode.dll in opt does the trick.
Thanks Boulder !

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Thank you too I wan't a santa'Karl !

(note: speed gain on my PC is due to my low memory - 256 MB only - that makes parsing of big files very painfull with badly encoded tools. Sometimes DVD2AVI needs 20 minutes to make a project).
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12-10-2004, 10:50 AM
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Thanks guys

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