DGAVCIndexNV is released under the MIT license.
Use of DGAVCIndexNV in a commercial product should not be considered commercial-use-restricted, as DGAVCIndexNV is still not well tested and might not work on certain graphics hardware.
1. A DGAVCIndexNV project file (AviSynth Script, AviSynth project file, Avisynth project file, or project file generated by the avconv tool)
2. The companion DGAVCDecodeNV filter (DGAVCDecodeNV or DGAVCDecodeNV)
To use DGAVCIndexNV with the Avisynth filter DGAVCDecodeNV, add the DGAVCDecodeNV filter to the Avisynth project file, or create a new Avisynth project file from scratch, and compile the project with the DGAVCDecodeNV filter.
Alternatively, you can use a precompiled DGAVCDecodeNV filter from the source package.
Note that on some systems, the output from avconv will be the frame index of the input file, and not the frame index of the Avisynth project file. The frame index in the output files is the same as the Avisynth project file’s frame index. The output will be in the same format as the input.
If you are running DGAVCIndexNV for the first time, you will be asked to set the “Project Index” to the frame index of the input project file.
The input project file is usually a DGAVCIndexNV project file, but it could be any other project file that contains an AVC stream, as long as the source project is compiled and linked with the DGAVCDecodeNV filter, and is opened with the DGAVCIndexNV program.
Video decoders for NVidia cards are also supported:
The NVidia Video Decoder can be found here:
(requires nvidia-settings) eea19f52d2
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