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VC1 loading problem and solution - spoRv - 2017-05-08

Lately, I had to fight with an m2ts file with video encoded in VC1; loading it with FFvideosource was not possible, and other methods gave me bad and/or missing frames...

At the end, what I did was to demux just the video track, and remux it using MKVToolnix GUI; after that, FFvideosource accepted the source.

Hope this could help someone who has the same problem.


RE: VC1 loading problem and solution - BlackMirror - 2018-03-20

I've faced the same problem few weeks ago with VC1 .m2ts but after bit of googling i found FRIMSource plugin which support VC1 codec input, thanks to videofan3d for this nice plugin.

Plugin:
FRIMSource is an AviSynth plugin for sequential reading of elementary or transport streams (MPEG2, H.264 AVC/MVC-3D, VC1).

Download FRIMSource below
https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=169651

Hopefully this will also be a helpful.


RE: VC1 loading problem and solution - TomArrow - 2018-03-21

Awesome, thanks for this, guys. Been having some pain with it as well. I think I was able to import it, but it wasn't very precise in seeking (creating different results depending on what frames you seek in which order.

Now if there was a plugin that allows to import VC-1 into Premiere, I can die a happy man. (just kidding, not dying)


RE: VC1 loading problem and solution - spoRv - 2018-03-21

I should note that maybe the best way is to make a simple avs script with just the loading command, and save it lossless; then, it *should* work flawlessly...


RE: VC1 loading problem and solution - TomArrow - 2018-03-21

Well that completely defeats the point of loading it into AVISynth in the first place. Then I can just transcode straight with ffmpeg