Experimental Video Rendering - UPDATED 8.1.2011

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Re: Experimental Video Rendering - UPDATED 8.1.2011

Postby jetjunkie » 22 Oct 2011, 05:30

THANKS Matthias.. =D> I used your video render to make this movie.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vaq1SnROBbs
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Re: Experimental Video Rendering - UPDATED 8.1.2011

Postby scott967 » 22 Oct 2011, 21:13

nice work

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Re: Only Black Frames

Postby TR56 » 29 Jan 2012, 19:54

Hi,
First: thanks to Matthias for this great job.
Today I downloaded the experimental version 2.171a - the total crash I had with 2.17a is gone now but I don't receive a valid wmv-file neither with 2.16a nor 2.171a.
My system is vista home premium, NVIDIA 8600M, FS9.1;
As a first aid I (re)installed Windows Media Encoder - but without any success ...

Does anyone have a good idea?

Thanks and greetings
Thomas
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Re: Experimental Video Rendering - UPDATED 8.1.2011

Postby dannyp » 01 Feb 2012, 15:42

Hi

What happens when you try to open the wmv file that FS recorder produces? Or do you not get a wmv file at all??

I had a problem where I tried to play back a file on a different system. It said I had the wrong codec and could not play the file.........

I simply went to microsoft and found the correct codec - It was a hotfix for XP/Vista X64 systems I think?

One other thing to try - If FS Recorder is producing a wmv file, try playing it on a different system (Windows 7) to see what happens....

Good Luck

Dan :shock:
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Re: Experimental Video Rendering - UPDATED 8.1.2011

Postby noisy » 01 Feb 2012, 15:49

Also interesting would be the size of the wmv file.
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Re: Experimental Video Rendering - UPDATED 8.1.2011

Postby TR56/Thomas » 02 Feb 2012, 20:27

Hi and good evening,
thanks for your suggestions and ideas - but screens 's still black.
Moving the file to 2 other Computer also showed black frames only.

The file's size seems to be ok.
I produced a file of 79 sec's, data rate is 6 kBit/s (file properties information);
the file size is 79.2 kB.

still :(
but don't want to give up

Greetings
Thomas
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Re: Experimental Video Rendering - UPDATED 8.1.2011

Postby Flusirainer » 03 Feb 2012, 05:26

6kbit/s ??? :?:

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6000kbit/s

at 80 second ca. 1,5Mb file size :wink:
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Re: Experimental Video Rendering - UPDATED 8.1.2011

Postby TR56 » 03 Feb 2012, 08:59

Hi,
Flusirainer, your values are really more realistic than mine - yesterday evening I had no chance for a quick check of wmv data rate beacause I have no other wmv on my system. :oops:
So I think there must be a problem with rendering. Theses are the values I read in the actual properties display of the rendered wmv-file:
length: 00:01:19
width: 640
height: 480
data rate: 6 kBit/s
bit rate total: 6 kBit/s
frame rate: 25 frames/second

When rendering I didn't change default settings, codec was Windows Media Video 9 Advanced Proile.

:?

Greetimgs
Thomas
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Re: Experimental Video Rendering - UPDATED 8.1.2011

Postby noisy » 03 Feb 2012, 09:21

Looks like it's only encoding black frames, which gives a very low data rate in constant quality variable bitrate mode. For some reason the grabbing of frames from the FS window to memory seems to fail. I remember some time ago another user reported the same problem. Unfortunately I currently don't know why this happens on a few systems and how to solve it. Maybe you can help me investigating the problem?
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Re: Experimental Video Rendering - UPDATED 8.1.2011

Postby Flusirainer » 03 Feb 2012, 11:07

data rate: 6 kBit/s
bit rate total: 6 kBit/s

That's the problem! This is far too little.
In my case the Windows Media Player crashes when I a video with only 6 kbit/s reproduces.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sFoygy0dlJU
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