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Old 21st August 2009, 22:26   #961  |  Link
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sorry for the delay... but I am in vacation with my family (I have 2 little babies)... really no time to take a look at doom9...

Do send me the logs (avstodvd's and muxman's) and the screenshot of chapters tab. I will check them next week.



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Old 25th August 2009, 22:35   #962  |  Link
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Ok, got the issue: when NTSC 23.976 fps is soft pulldown to 29.97 it retains the original encoded video frames. Even if DVD displayed frames are more (29.97/23.976 ratio). Surely MPEG2 experts can give more accurate details than me.

So right now chapter positioning in NTSC 23.976 to 29.97 projects is wrong. Bug will be fixed with next release.



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Old 1st September 2009, 04:17   #963  |  Link
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MrC,

Great product! I use it to make simple Backups of our BluRay disks as we do not have a BD player in the bedroom. Anyway, sometimes it works flawlessly, other times, the audio track selection, Track 0 True HD gets me a French language track. If I try to select another track it will not even open Quenc or HCenc. It does some work for quite some time, but then fails with FFMpeg. I can't remember off the top of my head. The original input is an M2TS file. Has this been a problem before? Am I doing something wrong? You probably need a log file, and I think I deleted them all, but if you need more info I can easily recreate the problem as I own the disks.

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Hi nozuul and thanks for the kind words.

AVStoDVD uses the capability of FFMpegSource to select different audio tracks than the main one (track 0). If you choose track 0, then it is likely that DirectShowSource will be used, instead if you choose track 1, 2, etc. than FFMpegSource is called.

There should be some fights between FFMS and your m2ts files. If you can, send me a short sample of the m2ts.

A quick try you can alway do is to launch Preview Clip before starting to encode.



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Thanks for the response!

Unfortunately, any track that I select other than 0 the preview fails and the program crashes.

As for sending you a clip...how would I go about cutting a snippet out to send?
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Old 1st September 2009, 23:26   #966  |  Link
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Do not mind, I have found an "old" m2ts sample with 2 audio tracks and FFMpegSource does not seem to like this kind of container.

A workaround is needed. I will think about it. Thanks for the input and any suggestion (from anybody) is welcomed.

BTW you can extract the video/audio stream you wish processing your m2ts file with TsRemux and then feed AVStoDVD with the elementary streams.



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Can I have that file for my collection?
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Old 2nd September 2009, 05:07   #968  |  Link
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Thanks MrC!

Still trying to figure out which stream it is in TsRemux, there is probably an easy way to figure it out, but I am clueless, but it looks like this solution will work. I had been using BD Rebuilder to do a movie only copy which allowed me to select the stream, then feeding that into AVS2DVD...Loooooong process...

Thanks for your help, and a great product!
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Can I have that file for my collection?
Here you are the ts sample (9 MB).

It has 3 video streams and 2 audio streams. When trying to load audio, FFMS (1.21) says "bleh, bad audio decoding".

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FFAudioSource("football.ts", atrack = 1, acachefile = "FFA1.cache", acachefile2 = "FFA2.cache")
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I am having a little problem and I could use some help. I am trying to make a DVD from a MP4 file. I get a runtime error when QENC starts saying that the App requested the runtime to terminate in an unusual way. The video is AVC 320x240 29.97 fps progressive. Says to see the log in which I see nothing. Here is the log file:
<9/6/2009 10:29:22 AM>
START PROCESS
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<9/6/2009 10:29:22 AM>
PROJECT SETTINGS

DVD Video Standard: NTSC
DVD Titles number: 1
DVD Size: 4435/4435 MB (100%)
DVD Output Setup: ISO UDF Image
DVD Label: Beast of Hollow Mountain
DVD Menu: No Menu
Output Folder: G:\Output
Save Log file: Yes
Delete Temp Process Files: Yes
Delete Working Files: Yes
Edit Command Parameters: No
Post Process Task: Show Progress Status window

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<9/6/2009 10:29:22 AM>
TITLE 1 SOURCE FILES
Video: C:\Users\richard\Desktop\Beast of Hollow Mountain.mp4
Info: AVC - 511 kbps - 320x240 - DAR 1.304 - 29.97 fps - Progressive - 1:18:54 hours - 141890 frames
Audio: C:\Users\richard\Desktop\Beast of Hollow Mountain.mp4
Info: AAC LC - 64 kbps - VBR - 48000Hz - 2ch - 1:18:53 hours
Subs:
[MediaInfoLib - v0.7.19]
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<9/6/2009 10:29:22 AM>
AVISYNTH SCRIPT
Import("C:\Program Files\AVStoDVD\Lib\A2DSource.avsi")

Video = A2DVideoSource("C:\Users\richard\Desktop\Beast of Hollow Mountain.mp4", CacheFolder = "G:\Temp")
Audio = A2DAudioSource("C:\Users\richard\Desktop\Beast of Hollow Mountain.mp4", CacheFolder = "G:\Temp")

Video = Video.ConvertToYV12
Video = Video.ChangeFPS(29.97)
Video = Video.AddBorders(3,0,3,0)
Video = Video.Lanczos4Resize(352,240)


AudioDub(Video, Audio)
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<9/6/2009 10:29:22 AM>
START VIDEO ENCODING OPERATIONS
Encoding Profile: QuEnc CBR 1-pass
Target Video FileSize: 4245.5 MB
QuEnc Parameters: -i "G:\Temp\Beast of Hollow Mountain_0_Beast of Hollow Mountain.avs" -o "G:\Output\Beast of Hollow Mountain_0_Beast of Hollow Mountain.m2v" -b 7523 -1 -hq -novbr -scene -trell -aspectratio 4:3 -nointerlaced -mpeg2mux noaudio -dc 10 -priority 5 -auto -close
<>

<9/6/2009 10:30:04 AM>
PROCESS ABORTED DURING TITLE 1 VIDEO ENCODING OPERATIONS.

CHECK LOG FILE <G:\OUTPUT\BEAST OF HOLLOW MOUNTAIN_0.LOG> FOR MORE INFO.
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<9/6/2009 10:30:04 AM>
Log file created by AVStoDVD Release 2.2.1
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HELP!!
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2 quick questions:

1. Have you already encoded other mp4 (avc+aac) file without problems?
2. Have you tried with HCenc too?



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2 quick questions:

1. Have you already encoded other mp4 (avc+aac) file without problems?
2. Have you tried with HCenc too?



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1. No, MKV but not MP4. Also, this is the first AVC I've tried, before it was .264
2. How do I pick the encoder? that is the first thing I thought of, but I don't see how to override the default.
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1. Ok. Are you using a good AVC directshow decoder? Like ffdshow?
2. Go to 'Edit Title'/'Video', toggle off 'Auto Video Setup' and select 'Video Encoding Profile' #2 or #3



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Old 7th September 2009, 16:13   #974  |  Link
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1. I have FFDShow, and the MPC standalone filters. I can play in MPC with FFDshow or the built in filters. I tried to demux the video with yamb and the video file is not playable by itself. Going to try one more thing and then skip this thing.
2. Never played in there, henc gave the same error.
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OK, I am done with this file. I just tried demuxing with yamb to AVI and media player classic doesn't play it. Chalck it up to a badly encoded file. I am doing this for a friend and he tried Nero and it wouldn't go either.
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I do have another project for later today. I have 4 avi files that I am making into a dvd. All about the same length and bitrate, but one is 29.998 fps, and the other 3 are 23.98 (or whatever the rate is). That shouldn't be a problem, right?
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It should not.

Coming back to the mp4 file. Last question: did you install a mp4 splitter, like Haali Media Splitter (it comes with AVStoDVD exe installer package)?



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It should not.

Coming back to the mp4 file. Last question: did you install a mp4 splitter, like Haali Media Splitter (it comes with AVStoDVD exe installer package)?



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Yea, like I said, I have done MKV to DVD a couple times.
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Now, another question. I turned the AVI files into an ISO with AVS2DVD. They are 3 at 24 fps, one at 30fps (or there abouts), all 350 meg, and about 900 bit rate. Why is the iso only 3.20 gig? It used Henc 2pass. (It doesn't help that my DVD burner seems to have died this weekend!! Burned the iso 3 times and it wouldn't verify. Just tried on my HTPC and it was bat out of hell. Off to the Imgburn forum)
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Since the DVD bitrate could be around 8500 kbps:

350/900*8500 = 3305 MB

It's OK



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