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12th January 2005, 18:38
when ever i try encoding an avi or mpeg file to nsv...error comes...' Erro: no audio out codec seleted' ....explain what is that?
12th January 2005, 19:01
You must select the type of audio you wish to encode in.
You can use MP3 or AAC for audio encoding.
15th January 2005, 12:24
When I try to encode with nsvenc an .avi file, the result is only an audio nsv file.
the syntax is nsvenc file.avi file.nsv....am I wrong or smth? I've tried with /DS ....nothing!
only mpg files works to be converted in .nsv files (audio+video nsv files)....so if I want to convert an .avi file in nsv, first I have to transform the .avi file in mpg with tmpgenc or cinema craft( this one is very expensive), and then, using the nsvenc, encode to nsv.......
Btw, nsvenc in from nsvtools package (I have there flaskmpeg,but works the same like nsvenc...can't encode an avi file -->nsv file )
So...please, what can I do to encode directly an avi file?????
15th January 2005, 21:06
Sounds like you have some codec issues. Download the latest Divx codec and then go into the options and select "Support generic MPEG 4" and that should cover most bases.
15th January 2005, 21:42
Thanks man, it works!!!! With my previous method, I transformed avi in mpg (where u loose quality), and then reencode the mpg file to nsv......again loose qualty.
I didn't have divX instaled on my sistem, because I use xvid for encode/decode.
Thx again, works very very fast !!
16th January 2005, 09:13
Still have a problem.. with aspect ratio:(.To stream a number of nsv files with nsvscsrc, from nsvscsrc_031112.zip, all files have to be resized to the same dimensions( I use 400*288, vp61 aac )
When encoding with nsvenc a mpg file which original image is 16/9, the rezult nsv file keeps 16/9 format, but if I encode an avi file 16/9, the acquired nsv file is 4/3! (So, I use Resize to 400*288 to both of them).Why aspect ratio at avi-->nsv encoding doesn't keep the same????
Please help !
Thanks in advance!
16th January 2005, 21:46
coz You are RESIZING :)
try http://www.avisynth.org and
16th January 2005, 22:15
Yes, but mpg file was 16/9 and after RESIZE to 400*288, nsv file keeps original 16/9 aspect ratio.......avi not!.....weird, cause
both files, avi and mpeg has the same
aspect ratio and after encode to 400*288, the results nsv files were different! I can't explain this!
Well, my conclusion is that nsvenc encoder keeps video aspect ratio with RESIZE, only when encoding an file which have frame dimension(clasic mpg vcd 352*288 for example),multiple of 16 the block size.
Be aware that many lossy compression algorithms don't deal well with solid-color borders, unless the border width happens to be a multiple of the block size (16 pixels for MPEG).http://www.avisynth.org/AddBorders
I presume it's available for nsvenc this "feature"? I think it is
So, i have to use my old method:avi-->mpg(vcd)-->nsv.........:(
17th January 2005, 21:13
I understand that I have to add borders top and bottom of my 16/9 avi file to become a 4/3 avi file, and then encode to nsv.
But sounds like I have to use avisynth, which is some script language....I don't know how to use it for the moment, anyway, thx slavas
P.S. I have an avi file 640*352 (aa.avi)and I've made this little script:
Levels(0, 1, 255, 0, 255)
AddBorders(0, 64, 0, 64)
Crop(10, 20, -10, -20)
The rezult avs file (preview with media player 220.127.116.11 is just fine), but how can I apply these tranformations to my avi file?
I apreciate your patience about my questions.....:D
Thank you in advance!
P.S.2 No need for that, just have to encode with nsvenc the.avs file...I am a big idiot!
Slavas, u are the man!
17th January 2005, 22:17
i can only hear the audio but cant see the video after i have encoded a .avi file ... any reasons y????
17th January 2005, 22:42
Sound like u have problems with your codecs.If u can play with winamp5 your nsv file and u can't see the image, the vp codec it's not probably instaled corectly.What encoder do u use for encodin video? which version? vp31, vp5, vp6.1 or vp6.2? If u use vp 6.2 and try to play with an older version of winamp, u can't see the image....
19th January 2005, 08:31
Badshah - What codec is the AVI you are trying to encode? DiVx, xViD? What?
If you don't have the basic codecs needed to properly view the video in Windows Media Player (which DECODES the video as you watch it), you WILL NOT be able to encode the video into NSV.
To download the codecs needed, go to DiVx.com or xvid.com DO NOT DEPEND ON WINDOWS UPDATE TO PROVIDE YOU WITH THIS STUFF. GO TO THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE(S) for the codec you need.
Hope this helps :)
Cheers for now everyone :)
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