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Old 5 Nov 2002, 08:17 AM   #1
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Default Nandub - Cannot determine the file type of the avs file?!?!?!

Hi. a bit of an emergency:

again, it used to work but dunno why not now.

look at my guide of what i done, simply round up:

MPEG2 file (not from DVD, from TMPGEnc) (and it used to work!)

dvd2avi v1.76 project created from the MPEG2 file

GK used to adjust res and bitrate saved it as an avs file

opened nandub v1.0rc 2

file > open > test.avs

"cannot determine the file type of [pathname]\[filename]"

WHY??????????????????????????????????!!!
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Old 5 Nov 2002, 08:33 AM   #2
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The first thing would be to check if the MPEG-2 file is working correctly. Playing it in a software DVD player should be a good enough step.

The next thing to do is check the commands in the AVS file. Make sure that the right plug-ins have been loaded. One example is:
LoadPlugin("[pathname]\mpeg2dec.dll")
mpeg2source("[pathname]\[MPEG2_Filename.mpg]")

Also, ensure that you have Avisynth installed in your system.
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Old 5 Nov 2002, 08:34 AM   #3
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that was the problem, i think, avisynth. thanks! i just basically done a FULL install of GK..and it seems to work now..

thanks Enchanter - life saver u r
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You're welcome.
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Old 5 Nov 2002, 08:36 AM   #5
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o, btw...do u know a good MPA to wav or MP3 converter? (basically an MPEG2 audio stream)? apart from TMPGEnc..

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Old 5 Nov 2002, 08:41 AM   #6
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You can use Graphedit to extract the MPEG audio to WAV. Simply get Graphedit to open the MPEG2 file and it will create the necessary links. Modify those links so that it looks like this:
MPEG2 file -> MPEG2 Demultiplexer -> Audio Decoder -> WAV Dest -> File Writer.

An alternative would be to use Flask 0.6 to extract the audio.
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Old 5 Nov 2002, 08:42 AM   #7
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I'm a lazy burger 2night, so i will use flask


thanks!
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You're welcome (again).
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OK, i promised myself i would never use flask again but i just did and IT SUCKED! the audio is VERY VERY jerky! and doubled the length!
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That leaves Graphedit for you.

I think it's strange that you are having problems with Flask's audio extraction. I've never had any problems with it. I prefer using Graphedit simply for novelty reason. Nothing big really.
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