10bit is the color depth, not the resolution.varxtis wrote:Ya, I'm only interested in 720p myself. thats all I ever try to download and use. Huh... thats interesting. The script we ended up having to use in the avs was meant for 10-bit HD right? Which means AVIsynth or virtualdub thinks the video is 1080p? but its just a 720p release of Valvrave Episode 10 by GG.
varxtis wrote:k, gotcha. But l33t... so, the file sizes ARE accurate according to your method of extracting Video from MKVs? just wanna be sure im doing things right. 33.6gb for a 24min vid.
LWLibavVideoSource("video.mkv", format="YUV420P8") #Input video
ConvertToRGB(matrix="rec709") #If the video is HD
Avisynth open failure:
LWLibavideoSource: failed to get the video track.
(C:\AMV\video.avs, line 1)
Fuzzy Chickens wrote:l33tmeatwad wrote:Here's a guide I have for handling MKVs several different ways: Handling MKV & MP4 Files
Okay, I've successfully gotten video from an MP4 into Virtualdub that way... but what about audio?
use the FFVideoSource and FFAudioSource plugins for AVIsynth
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