Can't get rid of rainbows :/

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Can't get rid of rainbows :/

Postby Zelenia » Sat Oct 13, 2007 5:19 pm

I've had this problem since I installed Huffyuv to my computer (from AMVapp 3 beta):

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SetMemoryMax(64)
LoadPlugin ("C:\Program Files\AMVApp\DGMPEGDec\DGDecode.dll")
MPEG2Source("F:\Inuyasha movies\Inuyasha - Castle Beyond Looking Glass\VTS_09_1.d2v",cpu=4)

ConvertToRGB32


As you can see, even if I don't deinterlace footage there will be that annoying rainbow "effect". But the most strangest thing is that sometimes there's even 60 rainbow frames per 60 seconds and sometimes just few. They can also change their places. It doesn't help to cut them off because when I render video again, they'll be back for sure.

...Is there anything I can do? I've reinstalled everything (even Windows) twice and bought a new hard drive (old was half dead already) but rainbows stay.

p.s I use only DVD footage and those Inuyasha DVD's are imported by VIZ.

Yeah, my English is bad. Sry about that. :/
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Postby Willen » Sun Oct 14, 2007 5:07 am

Try to include the () at the end of your ConvertToRGB32 statement.

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ConvertToRGB32()


Also try to check the "Always suggest RGB format for output" option in the Huffyuv config. From EADFAG:
Always Suggest RGB mode for Output: Leave this unchecked unless an editing program is not displaying your encode (such as After Effects in some cases). It wont affect your encode at all, it's a decoding option.

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Postby Zelenia » Sun Oct 14, 2007 11:04 am

o_O Thanks. I think it fixed rainbow problem almost perfectly. I made about 2 min long clip and there was just 2 rainbow frames. I was such a fool... Of course there should be () at the end.
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Postby Zelenia » Fri Oct 26, 2007 12:00 pm

I just don't get it. Strange "flashes" are still there. I doubted the answer for this problem can't be so simple... :/ Could it be that my hard disk is too slow? Or maybe it gets confused because I have about 200 avs files in it.
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