10 bit files

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10 bit files

Postby BrokenWaves » Sun Jan 01, 2012 6:01 pm

So i'm trying to open this mkv file in virtualdub but it gives me

"Avisynth open failure: FFvideosource: No suitable output format found"

i dont have anything in my script other than this

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FFVideoSource("F:\Mawaru_Penguindrum\[Coalgirls]_Mawaru_Penguindrum_05_(1280x720_Blu-ray_FLAC)_[A42BAA6B].mkv")


never had this problem with mkvs before. i'm assuming its because its a 10 bit file so any ideas on how to fix this?
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Re: 10 bit files

Postby mirkosp » Mon Jan 02, 2012 2:33 am

Lolbloatgirls. Consider buying the BDs if you can, though I do understand that import is not a feasible choice for everybody (I would not be this lenient had it been licensed).

As for ffms2, just update it to the latest version. But I would recommend using other sources, original BDs foremost.
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Re: 10 bit files

Postby BrokenWaves » Mon Jan 02, 2012 10:17 pm

im assuming you mean from here?

http://code.google.com/p/ffmpegsource/

i just downloaded ffms-2.16.7z. extracted and copied the .avsi and .dll file to my avisynth plugins folder(thats how you install/update it right?)

then i tried opening the file again, still gives me the no suitable output format found error. :cry:
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Re: 10 bit files

Postby mirkosp » Tue Jan 03, 2012 4:01 am

That's how you do it, yes. Very strange, though, it should work by default.
Try calling things like
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ffvideosource("lolbloatgirls.mkv", colorspace = "YV12")


PS: Do overwrite ffmsindex.exe as well.
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Re: 10 bit files

Postby BrokenWaves » Tue Jan 03, 2012 8:42 am

mirkosp wrote:That's how you do it, yes. Very strange, though, it should work by default.
Try calling things like
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ffvideosource("lolbloatgirls.mkv", colorspace = "YV12")


PS: Do overwrite ffmsindex.exe as well.

oh! i forgot to overwrite the .exe i thought it was just for the .avsi and .dll. :sweat: it now opens! thank you very much for helping me! :D
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Re: 10 bit files

Postby TheRyuu » Wed Jan 04, 2012 6:27 pm

BrokenWaves wrote:
mirkosp wrote:That's how you do it, yes. Very strange, though, it should work by default.
Try calling things like
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ffvideosource("lolbloatgirls.mkv", colorspace = "YV12")


PS: Do overwrite ffmsindex.exe as well.

oh! i forgot to overwrite the .exe i thought it was just for the .avsi and .dll. :sweat: it now opens! thank you very much for helping me! :D


The ffmsindex.exe isn't used when you're using the avisynth plugin. The colorspace = "YV12" is probably what did it.
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Re: 10 bit files

Postby Mister Hatt » Sun Jan 08, 2012 11:33 am

Is there even any point in packaging ffmsindex with the avs plugin? The only people who would actually use it would know where to get it and how to use it anyway. Maybe in the next package just pull it from the archive.
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Re: 10 bit files

Postby mirkosp » Sun Jan 08, 2012 2:08 pm

It's actually pretty much a necessity with bigger files, so it's cool to be able to tell people "drag and drop your file over that exe that came with the dll" instead of having them go all the way.
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