BatchDPG V1.60

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  1. hunt3rshadow
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    Okay So i downloaded and use it for my first file which was a .wmv file. It worked perfectly. Then I try converting .avi files and it gives me the audio conversion error where it tells me to check if I have the right audio codecs. The thing is I do. I've downloaded K-lite codec. So anyone know whats wrong. I have Avisynth 2.5 and K lite codec (which comes with ffdshow)
     
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    Plz can someone help?
     
  3. chuckstudios

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    Try checking your ffdshow's audio settings to see if it's handling WMA decoding properly.
     
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    Um im kinda a stupid at this stuff. How do I know if its handling the decoding properly?
     
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    [​IMG]

    This is the new problem
     
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    Have you tried doing exactly what it tells you to? You have no idea how many people get that error message and ignore the valuable advice it gives. Use Windows Media Player to open it by the way.
     
  8. DanTheManMS

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    I've never been able to open the *.avs file in Windows Media Player. Media Player Classic worked, but the error it told me was basically along the lines of "you don't have the right codecs installed" or something to that effect.
     
  9. chuckstudios

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    Both should have worked, they use the same method to decode stuff... :-/
     
  10. Lenneth

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    Try to use Satsuki Decoder Pack 4.0 insteed of K-lite for the codec & use BatchDPG 1.0 not 1.60, I use the 1.0 version of BatchDPG to encode my japanime in .nds format and it's the best way [​IMG]
    With the 1.44 or 1.55 version of BatchDPG I got the same problem as you [​IMG]
     
  11. Sir-Fritz

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    This problem always happens with me when i use batch dpg unofficial. Try official one.
     
  12. xkenshinx

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    Does anyone know the difference in outcome when comparing SUPER and BATCHDPG?

    I use SUPER and it's an easy to use program, but I've never used BATCHDPG.
    Are the file sizes the same for .dpg files when using both programs? Any differences in video graphics between the two? Please share info. [​IMG] Thanks
     
  13. chuckstudios

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    This was ages ago, but I remember looking at SUPER's DPG output, and found it used the old DPG format and was nowhere near as configurable as BatchDPG.
     
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