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    Have you tried renaming your clip to whatever the demo file is called?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbrandin View Post
    Have you tried renaming your clip to whatever the demo file is called? Chris
    Well, they did their demo a little differently. Example files seem to be built into an .EXE file itself or one of DLLs and are accessible via special "example files" menu. You can't open an arbitrary file at all.
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    Before I forget, Doom9 has a very helpful AVC/H.264 forum with a great reference sticky thread http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=96059.

    Toward the bottom they've posted a link to full AVC specifications, which are apparently free
    http://www.itu.int/rec/T-REC-H.264/e


     

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    h264vista parse files by that specification ... (for GH1 firstly it extract stream from mpeg transport stream, if not done - crash caused /0001 is header as for 264 block as for mpeg block but they very different ... so when it crossed in not right sequence - will exception /)


     

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaLiV View Post
    h264vista parse files by that specification ... (for GH1 firstly it extract stream from mpeg transport stream, if not done - crash caused /0001 is header as for 264 block as for mpeg block but they very different ... so when it crossed in not right sequence - will exception /)
    I tried opening several different MTS files with H264visa; it crashed on GH1(3) ones and couldn't even open the Sony NEX5 ones. It seems very buggy.


     

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    seems you don't understood - open that as mpeg2 (on popped selection screen) ... it automaticaly suggest to split it to h264 ... and do analysis
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    Starting a wishlist for the outstanding GH13StreamParser by one cbrandin.

    1. Parse and display audio and "settings" frames in "Stream Data" window. Checkbox selector controls which streams are displayed.
    2. When stream's "settings" frame is selected in "Stream Data" window actual settings are displayed in frame data window (for reference see in Elecard Stream Analyzer decoding the H264 picture parameter set frame in attachment). Clicking the setting highlights appropriate hex value in packet data window.
    3. "User friendly" stream info panel.
    See this post for frame-rate calculations as well as link to Doom9's excellent AVCHD resource sticky http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showpost.p...7&postcount=29
    Thanks, Chris!
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    Thanks! This looks great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by svecher View Post
    Starting a wishlist for the outstanding GH13StreamParser by one cbrandin.
    1. Drag and drop MTS files from the desktop into the Stream Parser window.
    2. GOP number labels along the bottom of the bar chart.
    3. Peak, average, and frame-by-frame display of video bitrate.

    Major props to Chris for donating his time to this project!


     

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    We just shouldn't forget the reason why G13StreamParser is developed. It's main purpose is to allow us to find the inner mechanism of AVCHD coding in GH1. So it's better not to overload Chris, at least not in this stage. Namely, I have a feeling that some items in wishlists would require quite some effort. Sure, I would be glad if Chris could make all of them.


     

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