Proper x64 AVIsynth plugin for decoding bluray footage?

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Proper x64 AVIsynth plugin for decoding bluray footage?

Postby Inuyasha the 3rd » Fri Nov 08, 2013 9:42 pm

Is there a proper .mt2s decoder that'll work with x64 avisynth? I've tried FFVideosource, but for some reason it'll either take a while to load or when it does load, I get glitchy footage.

Is there a better plugin for this purpose?

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Re: Proper x64 AVIsynth plugin for decoding bluray footage?

Postby l33tmeatwad » Fri Nov 08, 2013 9:58 pm

The 32bit software should work fine, x64 AviSynth doesn't really give you an advantage. I would recommend using L-SMASH-Source instead of FFmpegsource.
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Re: Proper x64 AVIsynth plugin for decoding bluray footage?

Postby Inuyasha the 3rd » Fri Nov 08, 2013 10:04 pm

l33tmeatwad wrote:The 32bit software should work fine, x64 AviSynth doesn't really give you an advantage. I would recommend using L-SMASH-Source instead of FFmpegsource.

Well, the reason why I am using x64 Avisynth is because of Premiere CS6, and from what I've read, the avisynth plugin will only accept x64 avisynth.
I'll look into what you just mentioned. Thank you.

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Re: Proper x64 AVIsynth plugin for decoding bluray footage?

Postby l33tmeatwad » Fri Nov 08, 2013 11:02 pm

If you are using that to open Blu-ray m2ts files I can see why it is glitchy. Honestly you could just recontainer the m2ts footage into mp4 to use in premiere instead since it is natively able to handle h264 and would more accurately decode the footage. Premiere technically supports opening m2ts files but the seeking when in that container is horrible.
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Re: Proper x64 AVIsynth plugin for decoding bluray footage?

Postby Inuyasha the 3rd » Sat Nov 09, 2013 12:53 am

l33tmeatwad wrote:If you are using that to open Blu-ray m2ts files I can see why it is glitchy. Honestly you could just recontainer the m2ts footage into mp4 to use in premiere instead since it is natively able to handle h264 and would more accurately decode the footage. Premiere technically supports opening m2ts files but the seeking when in that container is horrible.


I took what you said into consideration and found a way to demux my BD footage into .264 files (I don't need the audio anyway). Now it looks like I won't need AVIsynth after all (since the footage I am working with doesn't need to be touched up).

OT: Does Premiere CS6 do proper 23.976FPS now or is that still an issue?

Thanks again.

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Re: Proper x64 AVIsynth plugin for decoding bluray footage?

Postby l33tmeatwad » Sat Nov 09, 2013 1:16 am

Inuyasha the 3rd wrote:Does Premiere CS6 do proper 23.976FPS now or is that still an issue?
I'm not aware of any issues with CS6 not using 23.976 when the project settings are set to that.
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Re: Proper x64 AVIsynth plugin for decoding bluray footage?

Postby Brian Michael Grant » Wed Mar 26, 2014 9:40 pm

I've been using a m2ts converter to accomplish some of my conversion needs, great.


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