Emil author of AutoStakkert! 2.1 (check out the beta versions!). Webcam Astrophotography - Deepsky, ISS, Sun, Moon & Planetary Images,
Starsplitter 20" Dob
Celestron 11 GPS
AstroZap 152mm Achro
Sears Discovery 80mm Achro
Ahmet KALE G+
Celestron C11 Edge HD on CGEM DX
Celestron Ultima 2x
Baader IR & LRGB Filter Set
Astronomik ProPlanet 742&807 IR Pass
Xagyl Motorized Filter Wheel
Canon EOS T2i DSLR Hutech Modified
PGR Flea3 Mono
ZWO ASI 120MM
Quote:I wish my "poor" seeing was that good. Glad you got it working. I haven't posted much lately, but just seeing someone else be able to use my solution is very encouraging! Using that FFmpeg plugin is the vital part. Also, if you want to use Autostakkert!2 and it doesn't work, contact Emil(user MvZ, second from top) for a beta version that will.
On another Forum, somebody pointed out to me that Canpon's own software (ZOOM EX BRowser) converts mov to AVI......so I am over that hump apparently. (I still don't have a picture to show for it, but at least I can convert Movie file from my camera to avi so I can read it in Registax.)
Quote:The easy way to get VirtualDub to handle Canon MOV files is to install the Quicktime plugin. That's exactly what I did. Once you select the *.mov filetype in the File...Open menu, you then make sure Audio is set to No Audio and Video Compression is set to Uncompressed.Then simply "Save as AVI" and the resulting file can be processed by AS!2.Grant
Quote:I did get it to work with a new version of Virtualdub64, and the ffmepg set of decoders. You'll need to get the from the virtualdub link, (by raythe0n). I suspect the 32 bit will work fine if your vdub is 32 bit.
Quote:I'm using VirtualDub to convert mov to avi. If you wish you can try it. You'll need a plugin called DShowInputDriver. If you cannot find it you can download here: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9q2R8SoNp-0bW1IdVdQOEF3SlU/editUnfortunately it cannot open .mov files directly. You should try this:"File" -> "Open Video File"In the dialog box, select "files of type" as "DirectShow input driver".Select mov file (If you cannot see .mov files, enter *.* or *.mov in the "File Name" field) and open it.Then,"File" -> "Save as Avi"This should work.