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    Quote Originally Posted by Vitaliy Kiselev View Post
    I tried it on many MTS files, included unpatched ones and on NEX5 footage.
    It either freezed or showed runtimes errors and closed, or showed other strange errors. This is buggy completely unusable software.

    Use the raw avc file, demux from transport stream or container. If you have a transport stream, you can use tsmuxer, if you have a .mov container, use yamb.

    It works fine on 7D, HMC40 files for example.

    It does crash on modded GH1 footage, but not on native GH1 footage. But it doesn't provide as much information on native GH1 footage as it does for other cameras for some reason (it can't read the predicted & residuals)

    What system / OS are you running ?

    I listed it as an option because many codec developers and testers use this tool.


     

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    OK, I tried after demuxing on two clips.
    It worked with native 24p and 720p60.
    Information is hard to get really. Interface is also quite strange.
    Stability is non-existant, it just crashes without warning sometimes.

    I want to see tool that help you understand how it works, and this one generally require reverse process :-)
    Anyway it'll be helpful if you can describe info that it shows (manual is also non-existant :-) ).

    Only useful thing that I get from it is that slices number in 1920 mode is simply calculated from MB total number divided on 360.


     

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    Exactly what kinds of information you're looking for?

    This is a low level stream analyzer that's used usually for software encoder optimization. It's normally used to compare MB pixel info for different streams (e.g. you test a stream with one set of settings , and compare to another). It has PSNR utility, but you need a reference stream (you won't have this with GH1, you would need HD-SDI out and record uncompressed stream to have something to compare to).

    I don't understand all the info it shows , but I know many codec developers use it because it's quite comprehensive. I thought you would understand it all


    The manual is sparse, but you can download it here
    www.h264visa.com/downloads/H264Visa.pdf


    It sounded like you wanted something more advanced than StreamEye, well this is it.

    Anyways, if it doesn't meet your needs or is unstable for you, time to move on and not waste your time

    Only useful thing that I get from it is that slices number
    You can get slice number in StreamEye as well


     

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    Quote Originally Posted by PDR View Post
    You can get slice number in StreamEye as well
    Yes, this tool just helped me to understand possible reason why we have so many slices in 24n.

    And I am certainly not codec developer despite that I understand some info :-)
    For me TS is also quite important and ability to look at correspondent binary data is also good.
    So, pro tools are much better.
    Last edited by Vitaliy Kiselev; 06-16-2010 at 11:59 AM.


     

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    It's too bad the manual isn't more comprehensive or explains things more clearly ; they assume the user knows all the basics already (I guess this tool is geared to advanced users)


     

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    Hey Vitaliy - have you checked this 30-day eval version yet?

    http://www2.tek.com/cmswpt/swdetails...ci=12710&lc=EN

    Maybe it will provide you with enough information to be useful?
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    What about the Vega Media Analyzers?
    http://www.interrasystems.com/dms/analyzers.php


     

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    Quote Originally Posted by e-steve View Post
    Hey Vitaliy - have you checked this 30-day eval version yet?

    http://www2.tek.com/cmswpt/swdetails...ci=12710&lc=EN

    Maybe it will provide you with enough information to be useful?
    Despite file link download is not available.
    It just ask you all contact data and show message that may be you'll be contacted.


     

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    Quote Originally Posted by bauhausler View Post
    What about the Vega Media Analyzers?
    http://www.interrasystems.com/dms/analyzers.php
    Request demo, try it, and give me a link to try myself.


     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vitaliy Kiselev View Post
    Despite file link download is not available.
    It just ask you all contact data and show message that may be you'll be contacted.
    http://www2.tek.com/cmswpt/swdetails...ci=12710&lc=EN

    You can only analyze built-in demo files though.


     

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