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Hi Hank ,
Here it goes.
I'm running HCGUI and HCBATCH 0.14beta.
I riped "The Matrix" PAL 16:9 DVD with DVDDecrypter 3.5.4.0 in IFO mode.
I created a DVD2AVI project file with DGMPGDec 1.3.0.
I have Avisynth 2.5.5 installed.
I created an incredibly simple script such as:
Code:
Mpeg2Source("E:\matrix_i\D2V\matrix_i.d2v")
I created an HC.ini such as:
Code:
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HC.ini template
These commands are required
Use full pathnames and just use the bitrate you want
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*infile        E:\MATRIX_I\D2V\matrix.avs
*outfile       E:\MATRIX_I\D2V\test.m2v
 *bitrate       4000
*maxbitrate    8000
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Next commands are optional
putting a space for it disables a command
Not all commands are shown here,
see the manual for a complete list and default values
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*logfile       E:\MATRIX_I\D2V\test.log
*cpu           auto
*matrix        mpeg
*profile       best
*aspect        16:9
 *gop           15 2
 *interlaced
 *tff
 *closedgops
 *cq            6.3
*cq_maxbitrate 5.575
*dc_prec       10
 *frames        100 200
The problem is the output has a black picture with some diagonal stripes such as when you're tuning a chanel on a TV and you can't quite find it.
This happens with both the GUI and the Batch version.
If I open the scrip in MPC or VDubMod it looks fine.
I would send you an email with a small clip for you to see but we don't have your email...
BTW if I change the script and use a resizer or something similar it works perfectly...
Any ideas?
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The problem is the output has a black picture with some diagonal stripes such as when you're tuning a chanel on a TV and you can't quite find it.
Be carrefull to use at least DGDecode.dll 1.3.1b5 if you use avisynth 2.5.6 (or DGDecode.dll 1.3.0 that is correct also). Betas before this one have a problem. And of course, fo the d2v file with the same version of DGIndex than the dll.
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Hi Phil ,
Thanks for the tip.
Though, I find it odd if VDubMod can open the avs but HC don't .
Anyway that will be my 1st trial when I get home because I want to test the tips that Andrej posted about the Gibbs effects .
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I am posting here as the generic title of this thread.

HCBatch_0.14 doesn't show accurate info in main window (neither in log file).
As example, source total frames (155731) doesn't match processed ones (17502. I see that in CQ processing mode.



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This is a bug in the GUI and Batch version. I tell this some week ago to hank and he looks for it. The funny thing: The total frames written in the log are correct. This happens to me very often, too.
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Be carrefull to use at least DGDecode.dll 1.3.1b5 if you use avisynth 2.5.6 (or DGDecode.dll 1.3.0 that is correct also). Betas before this one have a problem. And of course, fo the d2v file with the same version of DGIndex than the dll.
You were right Phil.
In order to test the (new? ) GaussResize that Andrej pointed out, I upgraded to Avisynth 2.5.6 and I forgot about it.
I was going to do as you said and upgrade DGMPGDec to 1.3.1b5 or b6 but then I noticed how many problems Donald Graft is having with it.
So I just decided to downgrade Avisynth to v2.5.5 and now HC 0.14 is working like a charm again.
I'll stick to DGMPGDec 1.3.0 until Don straighten things out for 1.3.1.
Thanks for the tip buddy.
On to testing Andrej's script for the Gibbs effects.
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Thanks for the tip buddy.
I had something close to that last week and that is Boulder that gave me the hint. Let to Caesar...
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