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12-03-2005, 02:33 PM
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Well whenever i load my avs script with ToK it says
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" is not a valid integer value
What exactly does this mean? Is there a problem with my resizing in the script? I have no idea what " means.

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12-03-2005, 02:58 PM
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For starters you will have to get rid of ToK.
I know, I know, I used to love it too but it is very much outdated and the developper hasn't been around for quite some time.
That error message is a ToK's exclusive and we've never found out what triggered it...
I also understand why you're using ToK: it is still mentioned in some of the guides of our forum...
This is something that we'll have to workout in the future: guides are somewhat outdated too .
Nevertheless you can use CQMatic/CalcuMatic instead of ToK.
With CalcuMatic you get the necessary figures to input in CQMatic so that it can do the prediction and eventually the final encoding.
So hurry up to the CQMatic section .
Read carefully the usage instructions.
By carefully I really mean carefully, otherwise CQMatic will run ok on your 1st attempt but it won't work well on the fouthcoming attempts.
Feel free to ask for help if you see that you found a dead-end with CQMatic/CalcuMatic.
BTW I couldn't help noticing that you're dealing with AVI sources.
Be carefull as we only support some kind of AVI talking here in the forum.
If you read the forum disclaimer carefully you'll know what I mean .
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12-03-2005, 05:58 PM
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That ERror MEssage always occurs if in the system settings a different char is given for a float separator like "," or ".".

So do set in your sys configure the "," to "." for handling floats or vice versa.
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12-03-2005, 06:54 PM
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Incredible: What are you talking about when you say
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So do set in your sys configure the "," to "." for handling floats or vice versa.
Rds_Correia: Yes I also know what type of Avi's you are talking about , but i don't think you'll correctly guess why i am in this section of the form. Believe it or not, Its not the p word.
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12-03-2005, 07:36 PM
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Incredible: What are you talking about when you say
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So do set in your sys configure the "," to "." for handling floats or vice versa.
I think Andrej was trying to tell you about the flots notation issues.
Let's say that inside ToK you are using figures like 21,3 for any reason.
Try to change it to 21.3.
Or maybe vice-versa.

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Rds_Correia: Yes I also know what type of Avi's you are talking about , but i don't think you'll correctly guess why i am in this section of the form. Believe it or not, Its not the p word.
Oh we're not concerned about the p word as long as people here don't mention it.
We'll always assume people here are dealing with legally bought sources.
But anyway we don't talk about XviD/DivX sources that users might want to convert to KVCD or KDVD.
And that's just because an XviD/DivX might look very nice but it's already worst than the original.
People should not compress an already compressed video, that's all.
And you see, whenever someone here says something about an AVI they could well be talking about an XviD/DivX...
That's why I advised you to be cautious, nothing else .
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12-03-2005, 11:33 PM
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Ooooo gotcha buddy. Well thanx for looking out. Yea being catious is always good
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