I wrote some of the guides before Ut codec added support for Rec.709 and never got around to changing or including that when I was updating. It would be fine to keep it yuv if you use that codec to encode to (UtVideo YUV420 BT.709 (ULH0) VCM). Also, you should not direct stream copy, you should be using fast recompress (and also you should be using the latest version of VirtualDub and not a mod). I'll probably update the guides to reflect that in the near future. If you are using the AviSynth tutorial on my website, I would recommend taking a look at the basic guides on pixelblended.com for a direct example on how to save files from VirtualDub since my site did not currently have that information.Nicho Void wrote:My source is 1920x1080 @ 23.976 fps...so leaving it in YV12 is correct?
I don't understand why the resolution of my source effects the color space I should be working in.
Make sure you copied the 32bit version and that you also copied the other DLL (msvcr120.dll) to the SysWOW64 folder (if you are using a 64-bit OS) or the System32 folder (if you are using a 32-bit OS).Nicho Void wrote:Thanks, that helped clear up a lot of crap.
I'm having a problem with LWLibavVideoSource(). It just says unable to load "C:\Program Files (x86)\AviSynth 2.5\plugins\LSMASHSource.dll". It clearly has the correct path and AvsPMod formats it as a valid function name. Any ideas on that one?
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