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Out of bounds frame requested
#1
Avisynth preview error: -> FFVideoSource: Out of bounds frame requested


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#2
Preview should still work.
That usually happens if you switch values faster than the Avisynth Preview can react.
Aside from hiding the error message I can probably not do anything about it aside from disabling instantly sending changes to the preview. So easy solution I could do would be disable the main Hybrid ui while Avisynth preview is open and only allow changes while the Preview is closed.



Cu Selur
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#3
Quote:Preview should still work
No, as soon as I move the slider to half the duration of the clip, I get this message, and the previous frame remains in the preview window, although I move the slider to different positions.

Quote:That usually happens if you switch values faster than the Avisynth Preview can react.
Please look carefully at the log. After clicking the Avisynth preview button, I did not change any filter values. I just brought the slider to half the duration of the clip and received this message.

Quote:So easy solution I could do would be disable the main Hybrid ui while Avisynth preview is open and only allow changes while the Preview is closed.

This will make it very difficult to work with the Hybrid.
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#4
Does this only happen with this source and not with most others?
Looking at the analysis of the source FFmpeg reports seeking issues.
(which make up 90% of the log)

Scrolling through the source might work, but I guess jumping in it with FFVideoSource doesn't work.

Cu Selur
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#5
Quote:Does this only happen with this source and not with most others?
This happen with others source, e.g. HD interlaced *.ts files. With SD interlaced source artifacts appear, such as:

[Image: 53ec0efb7a5300798fc49835f9805b42.jpg]

I tried to encode this HD *.ts file, the log of which I sent. The output file plays the video 2 times faster, but audio at normal speed.
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#6
Looks like your input is broken.
You can try to fix it with a tool that is specialized to repair streams.
Hybrid is not meant to handle broken input.
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#7
Quote:Looks like your input is broken
I do not agree.
I installed Hybrid_2020.02.19.1.1
loaded the same file
Avisynth preview works fine.
Output file playing normally.


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#8
Main change since then was an update to Avisynth+,...
If you can share a sample of a source which allows me to reproduce it I can try to look into it.
(Source is still not okay)

Cu Selur

Ps.: does changing Pretetch/Threads to 4 change anything?
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#9
source
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#10
Got it, going to bed now, will look at it tomorrow.

Cu Selur
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