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Old 15 December 2004, 20:54   #1
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WinUAE, Avioutput with Null Filter crashes

Hi everyone,
i have a little problem.
What i want to rip Videos with the Avi Output, it crashes, when i activate the Null-Filter in the Filter Window
I have the newest Winuae version!!!
My Spec: P4 3Ghz,1GBRam,Nvidia Geforce 6800GT
Can anybody help me???
When i Activate in the Filter Window Direct3D/OpenGL, all rip is fine, no crash.
Only the NullFilter.
But i need the Nullfilter,because i have a higher Framerate when i grab the Videos!!!
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Old 15 December 2004, 21:07   #2
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Why do you have a higher framerate?
What do you mean with that?
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Old 15 December 2004, 21:16   #3
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i mean,
when i rip the avi with the null-Filter Filter, i have a faster framerate
when i rip with the direct3d/opengl Filter, i have a slower framerate, when i rip.
Do you understand me??
i know, i have a bad english *ggg*
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Okay I'll test it later, I have a very similar setup to you (Only diff is the CPU )
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Thx.
I am interest, how it works on you pc
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i mean,
when i rip the avi with the null-Filter Filter, i have a faster framerate
when i rip with the direct3d/opengl Filter, i have a slower framerate, when i rip.
Why do you enable a filter at all ? Not using any filter should give you the highest framerate.
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Old 16 December 2004, 12:38   #7
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when i activate the Null Filter, i have a higher Framerate,when i rip videos from amiga games.
i don`t know why
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Old 16 December 2004, 12:59   #8
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Using Null filter when capturing is faster than filter disabled because video is captured from WinUAE's internal memory buffer, not from display RAM which seems to be much slower in some cases (probably video card/driver specific "feature")

Does it crash if null filter is enabled and you start emulation without video capture enabled? Try changing window size, reseting filter adjustments, toggling fullscreen etc..

WindowsKiller: read changelogs
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It only crashes,when i activate the Video Capture.
The Rest is working fine with the Null Filter :-)
Very Difficult....
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