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Old 10 Mar 2004, 02:30 AM   #1
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Default New Laptop -> YV12 error w/Virtualdub/AVISynth

I have 2 PCs that I use for encoding DVD-DivX. I use the exact same versions of DVD2AVI 1.76, Virtualdub, DivX, AVISynth 2.5, Graphedit and Virtualdub.

I just purchased a cetrino laptop 1.4Ghz, Intel Extreme graphics.....

I moved over all my applications from my other PCs, installing the ones that need installing.

However, when I come to open a AVISynth script with VirtualDub I always got an error telling "YV12 is not support and a decromessor could not be found, windows media player codecs arent good enough blah blah".....

What exactly do I need to do to get rid of this error? My software is identical to that on my other machines, so I'm guessing it may be driver related or something?
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Old 13 Mar 2004, 11:07 AM   #2
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No clue...

But you could try to add ConvertToRGB32() to your AVS !!!


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