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06-01-2003, 06:19 AM
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Hi Everyone,
I'm a Noobie ( as I'm called, i THINK!! ) and this is my 1st posting in this forum.
I'm getting stuck on my test film. It runs ok upto the point i have to save it. When i open up TMPGEnc to do a test run i CANNOT find the avs file the guide for dummies tells me....

http://www.kvcd.net/guides/kguide/kv..._3._Encoding_1

section 5 is where I'm getting stuck, I cant seem to Encode the movie. The d2v is listed and can get Encoded.Is this correct file i need?
i tried to encode this file a few times but it comes up as a small square in the middle of the media player.
ANY help would appreciated as i spent several hours trying this yesterday and most of this morning too.
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hi surfingus,
welcome


"The d2v is listed and can get Encoded.Is this correct file i need?"

no surfingus, you need the .avs file created in MovieStacker
on the step 4, Using Moviestacker & file prediction (optional).
...
7. Click Save Script and choose a
suitable name and destination for you Test Sample Script


than in the step 5 - encoding the video:
2. Click on Browse next to the Video Source and load
in the test sample .avs file you saved from Moviestacker

ps:
the prediction is the optional item on step 4,
the .avs created in MovieStacker
is needed to load in TMPGEnc


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I think that MAYBE where im going wrong looking back at the Guide. do i have to click on the save Script
LoL, you live local to me? LoL, In london?
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I think that MAYBE where im going wrong looking back at the Guide. do i have to click on the save Script
LoL, you live local to me? LoL, In london?
yes surfingus, save the script from MovieStacker
and load in Tmpgenc.....follow the guide,is really cool.


"you live local to me? LoL, In london?"


i?
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Jorel

That last post was meant as a joke. i have ripped a couple of pic's. im posting.I cant find the avs file. the guide is EXCELENT. I have followed it best i can.maybe im stressed out.
erm, how do i post pic's here PLS.
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Jorel

That last post was meant as a joke. i have ripped a couple of pic's. im posting.I cant find the avs file. the guide is EXCELENT. I have followed it best i can.maybe im stressed out.
erm, how do i post pic's here PLS.
right friend!


my english is bad and sometimes i can't get the "joke".

"erm, how do i post pic's here PLS"

erm,..belive me,......i don't know!
this is not a joke

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Could i email you the pic's PLS? i am going mad here.[/IMG]
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My email is surfingus@yahoo.com
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Could i email you the pic's PLS? i am going mad here.[/IMG]
i got your mail but no one pic's there.
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there are NO links to upload the pics to. Could i email you directly.or you can email as b4 on surfingus@yahoo.com

Thanks m8
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there are NO links to upload the pics to. Could i email you directly.or you can email as b4 on surfingus@yahoo.com

Thanks m8
did you read my pm?

just click in mail and send to me!
waiting..
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Jorel,

im SORRY about this mate. I couldnt find the link to upload the pics. Here is my Script.See what you make of it PLS

LoadPlugin("E:\Zipped\MovieStacker_v1.1.1\MovieSta cker\Filters\MPEG2Dec.dll")
LoadPlugin("E:\Zipped\MovieStacker_v1.1.1\MovieSta cker\Filters\TemporalCleanerOld.dll")
LoadPlugin("E:\Zipped\MovieStacker_v1.1.1\MovieSta cker\Filters\GripFit_preview.dll")
LoadPlugin("E:\Zipped\MovieStacker_v1.1.1\MovieSta cker\Filters\DustV5.dll")
LoadPlugin("E:\Zipped\MovieStacker_v1.1.1\MovieSta cker\Filters\LegalClip.dll")
LoadPlugin("E:\Zipped\MovieStacker_v1.1.1\MovieSta cker\Filters\Sampler.dll")

Mpeg2Source("C:\Documents and Settings\Ifty\Desktop\Test KVCD\SAVING as avi.d2v")
LegalClip()
GripCrop(704, 576, overscan=2)
GripSize(resizer="BilinearResize")
SpaceDust()
TemporalCleaner()
GripBorders()
LegalClip()

Sampler(100, length=24)
## MPEG size = ((Total frames/MovieTimeInMinutes)/24) * MPEG sample file size * .98 ##
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the script seems ok, can't see any error.

save this as .avs and load in TMPGenc, it will work.
follow the guide and load the template ...



download the new MovieStacker 2.00 BETA:
http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3740



edited:
i got your pictures
did you install the avisynth208?

http://sourceforge.net/projects/avisynth2


see the Recommended TMPGEnc settings too:
http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2223
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06-01-2003, 01:18 PM
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Hi Jorel,

It's me again !!!
I've installed a working version of MovieStacker, The version i had was only an exe.
I've also tried the links you sent me. I didnt have AviSynth208 ( which i dl and installed. WHERE and HOW does this run pls).
there is also a link for ReadAVS.dll which i NEED. would you have a copy or working link of it.
I've got TMPGEnc 2.51 because the link i got doesnt work.
AGAIN, a BIG thanks mate.
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Hi,

Sorry I don't get back in here much to check my thread, just so busy lately.
I'll try to check at least once a day from now on...
First thing to do is make sure your Tmpgenc is set up ok to read AVS files.
Look in Environmental setting/vfapi plugin.
Make sure the AVS reader is in the list like avs/virtualdub reader.
If it's NOT there, download the readavs.dll http://listen.to/redaudio//ReadAVS.dll follow the instructions, if that's already installed, give it a priority of 1 too.
Also, make sure your using v1.76+ of DVD2avi.
If you still have probs post here and I'll try to sort it out with you tomorrow night after work.

Good luck
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Hi Red-M

Thanks for your reply.

Quote:
First thing to do is make sure your Tmpgenc is set up ok to read AVS files.
Look in Environmental setting/vfapi plugin.
This is OK

Quote:
Make sure the AVS reader is in the list like avs/virtualdub reader
THIS, i NEED as i CANT find anywhere, could you email it to me PLS and how would i need to install it PLS.
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K, download this ZIP file here : http://listen.to/redaudio/ReadAVS.zip look in the TXT doc in the zip for instructions on installing.

Also any more probs can you post here :
http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3097
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