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BachstelzeJanuary 30th, 2010, 10:53 PMHow can you trim audio if you're just piping a yuv stream? but then there will be not pretty cool How to make the path C:\Program Files\AviSynth 2.5\plugins\system more easier??? I can't seem to get ffmpeg to pipe correctly here, but if mplayer really is the culprit and not libass, maybe ffmpeg would be unaffected? wine AVISYNTH_INSTALLER.exe (to get avisynth.dll install) 4. http://technologyprometheus.com/failed-to/simplexml-load-file-i-o-warning-failed-to-load-external-entity-php.html

download avs2yuv.exe from http://akuvian.org/src/avisynth/avs2yuv/avs2yuv.exe 5. Thanks again :) qyot27January 31st, 2010, 03:35 AMffdshow is, as its name implies, a DirectShow filter, which means that it is only used to decode files with DirectShow. In MeGUI i can see changes right away, in preview window. c:\windows\system32) in this guide refer to the corresponding locations in your WINE virtual drive (by default, ~/.wine/drive_c). https://forum.winehq.org/viewtopic.php?t=14509

I've filed a bug report. install wine-1.3.16 at first, 2. have not seen that dll nm16th July 2011, 01:02devil.dll ? Generally speaking, mixing static and shared libraries is not a well-defined operation on all systems.

Wo kann ich denn die Umgebungsvariable PATH einsehen oder ändern? smok320th July 2011, 23:56not so much about filtering, but there is slight chance that my avisynth would use "trim". nm20th July 2011, 12:30I think it's interlace. Aktivitäten Forenregeln Erweiterte Suche Forum Video-Capturing und Video-Bearbeitung Video-Bearbeitung & Frameserving AviSynth mittels Avs2YUV und Wine unter Linux funktioniert nicht richtig Wenn dies Ihr erster Besuch hier ist, lesen Sie bitte

avxsynthTestingJune 6th, 2012, 10:39 PMPortability there is referring to running on multiple operating systems and machine architectures. or better to pipe video to x264, audio to neroaac at the same time? (source always avisynth) Carpo20th July 2011, 09:07SelectEven() # Add this line to keep original frame rate, leave Something like --static-dep that has a warning that it's only relevant for x64. https://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-1333264.html Free forum by Nabble Edit this page Re: failed to load avisynth.dll [Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index] To: [email protected] Subject: Re: failed to load avisynth.dll From: "A3s"

As of earlier today, the build system now does this automatically. install wine-1.3.36 6. PS: I didn't know, that *.d2v can be opened by text editor. That's what a cursory Googling seemed to hint at.

FFmpeg and FFMS2 can now be built statically and linked in, and they no longer have to be installed to the system (so that existing versions won't conflict with the ones http://wine.1045685.n8.nabble.com/Bug-29648-New-Failed-to-load-avisynth-dll-on-FreeBSD-td5155392.html FFmpeg and FFMS2 can now be built statically and linked in, and they no longer have to be installed to the system (so that existing versions won't conflict with the ones Not sure what else I'd have to do. For example mplayer -vf il=d separates fields so that you can see what is going on.

To find out what the source really is, separate fields and look for duplicates or blended fields when progressing frame by frame. his comment is here Carpo21st July 2011, 09:33tfm(order=1).tdecimate(mode=1,hybrid=3) - might help, might need to be changed to suit your material nm21st July 2011, 11:11Yep. rm -rf ~/.wine) The Following versions didn't work! (Failed to load avisynth.dll) Gentoo Linux amd64 with 32-bit wine-1.3.37 FreeBSD 9.0R amd64 with 32-bit >= wine-1.3.20 Works! avs2yuv gibt y4m aus, deshalb braucht man noch ein "--demuxer y4m" im x264-Aufruf.

execute it to get the error. Repeat in different positions of the video (pick a scene with motion, otherwise you can't see what is happening). The problem is in the RTSP code - it was fixed for POSIX systems, but broke MinGW. (http://ffmpeg.arrozcru.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=1347) Trying to disable just rtsp didn't seem to fix it. http://technologyprometheus.com/failed-to/warning-simplexml-load-file-i-o-warning-failed-to-load-external-entity-joomla.html Just replace the DGDecode.dll that came with DGIndex with the SSE one, and voila.

Avs2yuv outputs yuv4mpeg by default. Das mit dem Encoden funktioniert ja jetzt auch bei mir. If you still have problems, post the full console output that you get from running avs2yuv.exe, and a file listing from its directory (preferably with ls -l).

Some people prefer loading each and every plugin manually (and keep the plugin dir almost empty).

Wine - Bugs mailing list Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content as Inappropriate ♦ ♦ [Bug 29648] avs2yuv.exe fails to load avisynth.dll It's actually based in part on the guide from the official site. For x86-64 it's generally recommended to use that option anyway; the only reason I omitted it from my typical instructions is that I primarily work on x86 and it doesn't require Am I right?

qyot27April 16th, 2010, 03:27 AMWell, it's not really a consolation right now, but I would keep an eye on VLMC - it looks like it has the potential to be a What is the audio format your video uses? July 2013,14:41 #4 djcj Profil Beiträge anzeigen Eroberer Registriert seit 24. navigate here But forcing it to /usr resolved it.

That certainly explains it. I also recommend copying avs2yuv.exe to c:\windows\system32 so you can run it by typing just wine avs2yuv, instead of its full access path. BachstelzeMay 13th, 2011, 11:26 AMAre you using WINE 1.2 or 1.3 ? Thanks everyone.

Currently I can't get the modified FFMS2 to work with it (as in, it doesn't want to load it at all), which means not really being able to test anything because Carpo20th July 2011, 10:29Yes that looks interlaced to me, nm is there a site you know of that i could read up on interlaced material and how to spot it better, You need to install and load plugins: http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=156028 Carpo19th July 2011, 21:47You guys are loading it with the wrong command. The reason i'm posting is that i'm trying to find the best way to see if Avisynth is doing what's expected through some sort of logging system.

Start converting again.