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VFAPIconv.....Help!

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by Giacko, Mar 9, 2003.

  1. Giacko

    Giacko Member

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    Hi! I'm Italian (sorry for my bad english) I have a problem with VFAPIconv.
    After that I have installed a Nimo50Build8 it doesn't work!
    The programs doesn't recognise the .d2v type and VirtualDub don't open the old file .avi tha I make some month ago with VFAPIconv (the .vob file are still ine the same directory) It open the file but show all frame with a black frame. Now I Don't know how I can to restore the old situation. I uninstall the NimoCodec I have reinstalled the VFAPIconv...but it don't work!
    How can I do? I hope that somebody understand that one I write. Thanks....
     
  2. Sefy

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    Get rid of NIMO! everytime I hear someone installed it, they report nothing but trouble! get rid of it!
     
  3. Giacko

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    I have unistall NIMO but VFAPIconv doesn't work!!! Hepl!
     
  4. Sefy

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    After you have Uninstalled NIMO, you must repair all the Missing Codecs, I suggest you get these:

    Kristal Studio Codec Pack v4.33
    DivX Video Bundle v5.0.3
    XviD Video Codec (latest version)
     
  5. holos

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    I'm brazilian, and I have a similar problem. But, in my case, i didn't have installed/uninstalled nothing. When I do the conversion with VFAPIconvEN, I can watch the movies for one day. In the next day all that I have are black frames. To me, it seems like a code key, and I'd like to know if it could really be so, and if there is something that I can do to recover my films (actually, my daughter's cartoons...). For your information, I didn't process anything else after the VFAPIconvEN, the AVI files are exactly the same way they were then.
     
  6. Sefy

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    I Rather doubt it has anything to do with codes, since VFAPI is a Free Software. You didn't happen to delete the Original file ? VFAPI only creates a FrameServing file, it does NOT replace the original, if you delete the file from which you created the VFAPI file, it will not open.
     
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    You are right. I didn't know exactly how VFAPI works. Thanks a lot.
     
  8. Sefy

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    Glad to be of Help! :)
     
  9. poweron

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    Hey,

    I'm running Windows XP Professional and was able to use VFAPI Codec 1.05 to convert my .d2v frameserving files to a fake AVI to edit in VirtualDub.

    However, I recently formatted my HD and reinstalled VFAPI, ASPI (newest), CladDVD XP, and Microsoft .NET Framework--all of which worked together before to make DivX files. Now I am getting an error when I try to import .d2v files into VFAPI 1.05. How can I fix this problem. Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks
     
  10. Sefy

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    Did you also register VFP files in the system so that the OS will recognise them properly ? as in, can you use the D2V files within TMPGEnc ?
     
  11. poweron

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    No, I haven't checked that, but, all I want to do is open that .d2v file so that I can make a fake .avi file to edit in Virtualdub. I checked some old threads on the forum and one of them suggested getting and older version of the program. That didn't work. Any ideas?

    P.S. I have come across 2 versions of the VFAPI Reader 1.05 Codec:
    One that self-registers all filetypes and adds an item to your add/remove programs list
    AND
    One that you extract to a folder and click on a .bat file to register the filetype--Neither one works.
    P.P.S. I am running Microsoft Windows XP Professional
     
  12. Sefy

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    I Strongly suggest you make sure everything is registered and if possible, recreate the D2V/Fake AVI, files, just to make sure ;-)
     
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