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this is the script using autoload working without any problem
with all filters in plugins folder of avisynth 25!
is the same used to got the results in my last post here!

[AVISYNTH_Adaptative Philter]
0=FieldDeinterlace()
1=nf=0
2=GripCrop(^TargetWidth,^TargetHeight+^BorderTop+^ BorderBottom,overscan=^overscan,source_anamorphic= ^source_ana,dest_anamorphic=^dest_ana)
3=GripSize(resizer="BiCubicResize")
4=Undot()
5=Asharp(1,4)
6=STMedianFilter(^S_FilterThreshHold,^S_EdgeThresh Hold,0,0)
7=MergeChroma(blur(^blur_chroma))
8=MergeLuma(blur(^blur_luma))
9=SwitchThreshold=(Width<=352)?4Width<=480)?3:2
10=ScriptClip("nf=round(YDifferenceToNext())"+chr( 13)+"nf>=SwitchThreshold?unfilter(-(fmin(nf*2,100)),-(fmin(nf*2,100))):TemporalCleaner(6+nf,11+nf)")
11=GripBorders()
12=function fmin(int f1,int f2){return(f1<f2)?f1:f2}
^overscan=1
^source_ana=false
^dest_ana=false
^S_FilterThreshHold=8
^S_EdgeThreshHold=32
^blur_chroma=1.58
^blur_luma=0.1

in my case i need "fielddeinterlace",if you don't need,
only remove and correct the numbers in the script.
if you got problems using this script check the filters.
are you using tmpgen259? (i don't understand your version posted)
change, some people got problems with 259 version!



edited:
corrections in the script..
was TemporalCleaner(6+nf,13+nf)") and
now TemporalCleaner(6+nf,11+nf)") is better.
thanks Phil.
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Jorel, my script is exactly the same as yours, except that there is some extra space between the end of a few characters and some commas, and the fact that I do not need PAL. I suppose it is possible when I originally copied and pasted that I made some mistake, so no I try yours.

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But it is in the directory. Could the problem be that the Gripfit_Preview.dll is also there?
Yes it is. The autoload feature reads the plugin one by one in alpabetical order until it finds the function it needs.
Here it looks for "GripCrop", finds it in "Gripfit_preview" (that is before Gripfit_yv12 in alpha order), and tries to use it. That's wrong.

In a general way, don't put any dll designed for 2.0x (like gripfit_preview) into the plugin directory of 2.5x
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TemporalCleaner(6+nf,13+nf)
Little fix there : as SwitchThreshold can be egual to 4 and the limits for temporalcleaner parameters are (10,15), the correct line is :

TemporalCleaner(6+nf,11+nf)

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are you using tmpgen259? (i don't understand your version posted)
change, some people got problems with 259 version!
Everyone making MPEG1 encoding had That's a bug in this tmpgenc version (it does every MPEG1 video in CBR where KVCD need VBR).
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thanks Phil!

i did this corrections in the script on my first post of this page!

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But it is in the directory. Could the problem be that the Gripfit_Preview.dll is also there?
Yes it is. The autoload feature reads the plugin one by one in alpabetical order until it finds the function it needs.
Here it looks for "GripCrop", finds it in "Gripfit_preview" (that is before Gripfit_yv12 in alpha order), and tries to use it. That's wrong.

In a general way, don't put any dll designed for 2.0x (like gripfit_preview) into the plugin directory of 2.5x
Ah thanks! Change made and I'm going away to have breakfast and another shot at success. I had gone to a plugin repository site referenced from Avisynth.org, and neither of the gripfits were listed. So, I just assumed (and wrongly ) that anything not in there must be newer.

A quicj question; GripCrop is supposed to be finding paraemeters or having parameters passed to it via other programs, correct? And not having had informatrion put into the brackets before starting the program? I did download what little documentation was available for GripFit, but could not figure this out.

thanks Phil

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Hving removed all references to the preview version of Gripfit from my system (and I guess, specifically in the AviSynth2.5 Plugins folder did the trick bewcause a 90 minute television show (MST3K) is happily encoding away as I type.

There appears to be some writing at the top of the encoding, but my nleary, bloodshot eyes will have to rest for a bit.

Absolutely fascinating learning about this stuff.

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07-24-2003, 12:45 AM
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Kwaq!
I used your ini files and got two files with audio out of sync.
I changed the prediction to 0.95 as you said in earlier post and
got only one file but the audio is still out of sync.
Any suggestions?
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07-24-2003, 04:07 AM
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What is your source ?
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My source is dvd.
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You convert a DVD into a KVCD with DVD2SVCD and you have synch problem ?

Strange... D2S handles that point very well normaly. Do you have 1.1.3 build 2 ? Jorel always said this version has problems.

Can you confirm Jorel ?
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Pikku-Kalle,

I assume you played your mpeg file in WMP
If you used WinDVD or PowerDVD, your audio will probably sound out of sync, because they don't behave correctly with MPEG-1 VBR (if that's what you encoded)
If it sounds in sync in WMP, stop reading, because your file is correct
Read on if above is still out of sync in WMP.
If you ripped the process with DVD2SVCD, use the other option to rip. I believe DVD2SVCD uses vstrip and another one I can't recall the name now. So change the internal ripper to the one you didn't use. If that doesn't fix the problem, then the problem is with the source. I've had a couple of movies that failed miserably after about half of the movie. I recall "Kate & Leopold", where we had to extract the audio with MPEG Mediator and then encode to .mp2, because the audio extraction with DVD2AVI (to AC3) and later encoded to .mp2 always cause the out of sync issue. So there are many conditions that can cause the problem. Hopefully, with one of these methods, you'll get your audio back in sync

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07-24-2003, 05:56 AM
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@Dialhot
Yes I have 1.1.3 build 2. Should I try another version?

@Kwaq
I used dvd decrypter for the ripping. Maybe I should let dvd2scvd rip it?
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07-24-2003, 05:59 AM
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I don't remember if tried it in WMP, but I will as soon as I get
home from work and I'll let you know.
Thanks for the advice Kwag & Dialhot.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Dialhot
You convert a DVD into a KVCD with DVD2SVCD and you have synch problem ?

Strange... D2S handles that point very well normaly. Do you have 1.1.3 build 2 ? Jorel always said this version has problems.

Can you confirm Jorel ?
yes Phil,
i confirm but not with audio/video sincro.
i got problems with tmpgenc in d2s(and tons more members in d9 too)

then i change to d2s 113build3beta7 and all problems gone.
was founded here,don't use right click(save as )or download managers:

for you Pikku-Kalle (welcome in forum)and all:

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=51096




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07-24-2003, 06:17 AM
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@Kwaq
I used dvd decrypter for the ripping. Maybe I should let dvd2scvd rip it?
If you did, then it seems the problem is in the audio extraction.
If you use DVD2SVCD for ripping, and the problem persists, then extract your audio with MPEG Mediator.

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07-25-2003, 06:21 AM
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Still out of sync. I tried everything.
I did a one cd svcd and had no problems, except the quality sucks.
But when I put those modified inis, I start having problems
with the audio. I'm trying different settings now so I'll get back
when I have some results.
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can you post the d2s log and "encoded audio" log
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07-25-2003, 05:37 PM
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Sorry for delay on responses.
I used Avalons guide and matrices and now the audio is in sync.
Thank you all for trying to help me.
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Thanks for the template it works great but is it possible to make to make one for SKVCD?
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