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- Tue Mar 12, 2019 8:53 am
- Forum: DGDecNV
- Topic: Extract chapters from MPLS file
- Replies: 15
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Yeah, my script tuned for my usecase (anime blurays with 2-3 episodes per volume), and I rarely make anime movies, so I didn't run on that scenario (seemless branching, etc). If eac3to produces desired output, indeed it's better to use that approach.
[This was split from another thread where I had asked for guidance on using NVEnc.] @Don https://github.com/rigaya/NVEnc/releases/tag/4.31 - x64 version. I've used a plain --vpy script mode (no mt) and my script had a simple clip = core.dgdecodenv.DGSource(...) call and clip.set_output() cmd: NVEncC...
- Sun Feb 24, 2019 1:33 pm
- Forum: DGDecNV
- Topic: [RESOLVED] Change of GFX card or not?
- Replies: 6
- Views: 521
I've got a RTX 2070 Gigabyte Gaming OC, and it's awesome. Decoding of 1080p bluray is about 500 fps, encoding into AVC is near the same speed, and HEVC 10 bit is about 320 fps. Very impressive results.
If you need a mpls parser and chapter generator, I wrote some on python3: https://pastebin.com/VdW9LRSP. You will need pyqt5 in your python3 installation and probably some other dependencies, I don't remember. Usage is simple: if you're making a chapters from vol.2, vol.3 or so, adjust counter in th...
Yeah, I can confirm that 165 is kind of broken even if I don't touch internal crop at all. Output looks slightly stretched - http://screenshotcomparison.com/comparison/129757
Yeah, it's possible to make autoloading with hand-written python module (as I did before native DGSource version came out), but it's, say, wasting a time to type another line in the script. So I'd like to have native versions if possible. I almost don't use avs+ nowadays, moved to VS about 1 year ag...