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audioslave 10-05-2003 01:38 PM

TMPGEnc: Can't open avs files in TMPGEnc, but ReadAVS installed
 
I know this issue has been discussed here before. The thing is that I HAVE installed the ReadAVS.dll file and should be able to open avs files in TMPGEnc. I might have missed something and would be very grateful if someone of you could help me. I'm going nuts here... :banghead:

When I try to open the avs in TMPGEnc it says:
File"XXX" can not open, or unsupported"

When I try to open the avs in VDub it says:
Couldn't locate decompressor for format 'YV12' (unknown)

I reinstalled Windows XP the other day and since then I haven't been able to get this to work. It worked before though... :roll:
BTW I'm using (or trying!) AviSynth 2.5.

kwag 10-05-2003 01:54 PM

Did you try adding: ConvertToYV12() after your source line :?: :idea:

-kwag

audioslave 10-05-2003 02:12 PM

Hi kwag and thank you for your reply. No, I haven't a ConvertToYV12() line in my script. I'm using your MA script. I tried adding ConvertToYv12() after reading your post but nothing changed! I don't get it but I must have missed something, right?

kwag 10-05-2003 05:56 PM

Did you edit the ".reg" file, before registering (clicking) it :?:

-kwag

audioslave 10-05-2003 06:06 PM

Yup!
BTW I only change this path, right?:
"Avisynth"="D:\\TMPGEnc\\ReadAVS.dll"

kwag 10-05-2003 06:11 PM

Yes, that is it.
And does ReadAVS show up on the "VFAPI" tab on TMPEG :?:
If it does, then uncheck every other plugin, and leave only the "AviSynth/Vdub reader".

-kwag

audioslave 10-05-2003 06:19 PM

I unchecked every plugin except for ReadAVS but nothing's changed. TMPGEnc still won't open my avs! :cry: Can I be missing a codec or something? It worked before I reinstalled Windows XP yesterday and now nothing seems to work.

jorel 10-05-2003 07:49 PM

audioslave my friend,
install the xvid codec, this will solve all problems:

http://nic.dnsalias.com/
(xvid binaries )

....and uninstall ffvfw if you are using it!
:wink:

audioslave 10-05-2003 08:57 PM

Thank you very much jorel! Now everything works as it's supposed to!
Thanks again!!!
:bowdown:


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