BAD!!! Do not recompress your footage to a lossy format, you are RUINING your footage when you do that!varxtis wrote:...Ive been using Handbrake H.264 Codec Compression method...
varxtis wrote:Okay, so I downloaded, Installed, and then tried using UtVideo Codec... I used the original script method for avs which is as follows:
Directshowsource("C:\Users\Varxtis\Videos\UI Footage\Valvrave the Liberator - 10 [gg].mkv")
I opened the avs in virtualdub, and compressed using UtVideo RGB from the list under Video>Compression. Unknowingly it happened to be the exact codec you suggest in your guide on handling MKVs and MP4s. The resulting file (which is only 2 mins) was 1.3Gb. So, then I decided to go ahead and take a look at your guide for handling MKVs. I followed the directions under section B for MKVs (non-10-bit... so the middle script option). When I try to open that avs in virtualdub, I get:
Avisynth open failure:
Script Error: There is no function named "LWLibavVideoSource"
I don't know what Im doing wrong.
varxtis wrote:I wish this thing had edit capabilities. Anyway, just wanted to add I did download L-SMASH-Works too... it didn't have LWLibavVideoSource in the pack. none of the packs listed on the site you linked seem to have that specific one.
varxtis wrote:Awesome. I had actually already tried installing the dll file by various methods including the one on the guide you just linked, but nothing ever worked. I would have posted such, but I was getting embarrassed with how many posts I was adding lol. Anyway, I had no clue about the msvcr110.dll to C:\Windows\SysWOW64 thing. SO now the avs file successfully opens... kind of. It opens the video, but the video in the input/output panes are wonkie green and pink, and have vertical lines. Like so:
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Also, your guide seems to be help for 64-bit setup, whereas you had earlier encouraged me to stick with 32-bit. Did I misunderstand?
Even on 64-bit systems the software used for this stuff is 32-bit, the only difference is when installing the locations will be slightly different on 64-bit systems.varxtis wrote:Also, your guide seems to be help for 64-bit setup, whereas you had earlier encouraged me to stick with 32-bit. Did I misunderstand?
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