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Old 21st April 2016, 17:50   #2941  |  Link
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Thanks very much for the new stable version...

Made a few basic tests, everything looks cool.


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Old 17th May 2016, 05:35   #2943  |  Link
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Hi,
I just installed the latest stable version.
I get this error when I launch the program:
"Windows Common Controls 6.0 library (mscomctl.ocx) has not been found in your system. ... Do you want to install it?"
I click yes, and I get the same message next time I launch the program.
I am on Windows 8.1 Pro 64 bits.
What can I do?
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Hi 8140david and welcome to the forum...

This message means that mscomctl.ocx is not registered in your system. Normally the AVStoDVD installer takes care of this automatically, but in your case it looks like this has been blocked.

The file itself should be in the "AVStoDVD\Lib" folder, please verify if it really is there. To register it manually open a command window and run the following command as an administrator:
"regsvr32 [filename]"


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Thanks, but it doesn't work.

I still get the message when I run Avstodvd.
And if I say yes to install it, I get this error message:
"Error 75, error in the file path"

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Old 17th May 2016, 22:40   #2946  |  Link
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Looks like this is a case for MrC himself...
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Interesting, let me check why the error persists.

Meanwhile you can download and install the VB6 Runtime package

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/down....aspx?id=24417



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Added an Administrator Manifest to the compiled batch files. This should ensure better compatibility with Win10.
Just after adding an Administrator Manifest to my compiled batch files I got a complaint by a Win10 user:
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I get the popup: "Do you want to allow the following program from an unknown publisher to make changes to this computer?"
Without the added Administrator Manifest the file works fine for him.

Was I too quick to make this change? I cannot test this myself since I absolutely refuse to let Win10 get close to any of my computers. Could some AVStoDVD users who are under Win10 please test at least one of the plugins and report her/his findings?


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After some research it seems clear that the Windows UAC is responsible for this issue. For some reason the compiled batch files trigger this UAC warning only if they were compiled with an included Administrator Manifest.

Personally I always disable UAC completely after every new Windows installation. But I would probably not recommend this to the average user.

So I decided to recompile my batch files without Administrator Manifests. Please redownload if you have any UAC issues...
http://www109.zippyshare.com/v/FThfn5UY/file.html


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Hello, i have tested avs2dvd under wine. It's runs very well but in authoring must be an error. Is it possible that the script has error or did batchmux use any lib's?
if i want to start it via wine, batchmux did not start. Under windows i see an short windows. Under i wine, id did not do anything.

Logfile
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<19.06.2016 11:10:58>
START PROCESS
<>

<19.06.2016 11:10:58>
PROJECT SETTINGS

DVD Video Standard: PAL
DVD Titles number: 1
DVD Size: 34/4450 MB (1%)
DVD Output Setup: DVD-Ordner
DVD Label: DVD
DVD Menu: No Menu
Output Folder: Z:\home\thomas\DVD
Delete Temp Assets Files: Yes
Delete Temp Working Files: Yes
Edit Command Parameters: No
Post Process Task: Fortschrittsfenster anzeigen (Voreinstellung)

PREFERENCES

MultiThread: 1
AVS Video Source Filter: FFMpegSource
AVS Audio Source Filter: A2DSource
AVS UpSize/DownSize Filter: Lanczos4Resize/Spline16Resize
Frame Adjust Strategy: 0
FPS Hard Conversion: 0
PAL SpeedUp: 1
NTSC SlowDown: 1
Video Resolution: 0
Video Encoder: 0
Video BitRate Min: 2500
Video BitRate Max: 8500
Keep DVD Compliant Video: 0
AC3 Audio Encoder: 0
Force FFmpeg for Long Audio: 1
DVD Audio Format: 0
DVD Audio BitRate: 192
Keep DVD Compliant Audio: 1
Normalize Audio: 0
Auto Delay Audio: 1
DVD Audio Language (Primary): DE - German
DVD Audio Language (Secondary): EN - English
DVD Subs Language (Primary): DE - German
DVD Subs Language (Secondary): EN - English
DVD Subs Font: DejaVu Serif Condensed 16pt (255,255,255)
Chapters Interval: 5
Use Source Chapters: 1
DVD Burning Drive: D: ATAPI iHAS124 B AL0S
DVD Burning Speed: 4x
Auto Erase DVD RW: 1
Execute with Elevated Privileges: 0
Unload ActiveMovie Library: 1
Adjust DirectShow Filters at runtime: 1
Save General Settings: 0

SYSTEM INFO

Processor Name: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.40GHz
Operating System: Windows 7 - Service Pack 1 (6.1.7601) 32 bit
User has Admin Rights: YES
Running with Elevated Privileges: YES
Available Output Disc Space: 67 GB
AviSynth is installed: YES (release 2.6.0)
LAV Filters is installed: YES (release 0.68.0)
ffdshow is installed: YES (release 1.0.7)

CODECS REPORT

H.264/AVC: Kein bevorzugter Filter eingestellt
Xvid: Kein bevorzugter Filter eingestellt
DivX 4/5/6: Kein bevorzugter Filter eingestellt
Other MPG4: Kein bevorzugter Filter eingestellt
DV: Kein bevorzugter Filter eingestellt
MPEG1: Kein bevorzugter Filter eingestellt
MPEG2: Kein bevorzugter Filter eingestellt
MP2: Kein bevorzugter Filter eingestellt
MP3: Kein bevorzugter Filter eingestellt
AAC: Kein bevorzugter Filter eingestellt
AC3: Kein bevorzugter Filter eingestellt

<>

<19.06.2016 11:10:58>
TITLE 1 SOURCE FILES
Video: F:\media\thomas\DOWNLOAD\Film\Sample\Film.mkv
Info: AVC - 5152 kbps - 1920x1080 - DAR 16:9 - 25 fps (CFR) - Progressive - 32 seconds - 798 frames
Audio 1: F:\media\thomas\DOWNLOAD\Film\Sample\Film.mkv
Info: AC3 - 384 kbps - CBR - 2 ch - 48000 Hz - 32 seconds (16 ms delay) - DE
[MediaInfoLib - v0.7.77]
<>

<19.06.2016 11:10:58>
AVISYNTH SCRIPT
Import("C:\Program Files\AVStoDVD\Lib\A2DSource.avsi")
LoadPlugin("C:\Program Files\AVStoDVD\Lib\ffms2.dll")

# Audio is frameserved by AviSynth just for Preview and Edit purposes.
Audio = A2DAudioSource("F:\media\thomas\DOWNLOAD\Film\Sample\Film.mkv", CacheFolder="Z:\home\thomas\DVD\Temp")
Video = FFVideoSource("F:\media\thomas\DOWNLOAD\Film\Sample\Film.mkv", track=-1, seekmode=0)

Video = Video.ConvertToYV12()
Video = Video.Spline16Resize(720,576)

AudioDub(Video, Audio)
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<19.06.2016 11:10:58>
DIRECTSHOW AUDIO MIXER OPERATIONS:
No ffdshow mixer ON/OFF adjustment required at runtime
No ffdshow mixer SETTING adjustment required at runtime
No LAV Filters mixer ON/OFF adjustment required at runtime
<>

<19.06.2016 11:10:58>
START VIDEO ENCODING OPERATIONS
Video Encoding Profile: FFmpeg CBR 1-pass
Target Video FileSize: 32,4 MB
Encoding Parameters: -i "Z:\home\thomas\DVD\Temp\DVD_Film_1.avs" -threads 4 -aspect 16:9 -c:v mpeg2video -b:v 8500k -minrate 8500k -maxrate 8500k -bufsize 2000k -dc 10 -y "Z:\home\thomas\DVD\DVD_Film.m2v"
<>

<19.06.2016 11:11:11>
END VIDEO ENCODING OPERATIONS
Created File: Z:\home\thomas\DVD\DVD_Film.m2v (32,3 MB)
OUTPUT VIDEO INFO: MPEG-2 Video - 8500 kbps - 720x576 - DAR 16:9 - 25 fps - Progressive - 32 seconds - 798 frames
<>

<19.06.2016 11:11:11>
START AUDIO DEMUXING OPERATIONS (Track 1)
FFmpeg Parameters: -i "F:\media\thomas\DOWNLOAD\Film\Sample\Film.mkv" -c:a copy -vn -sn -y -map 0:1 "Z:\home\thomas\DVD\DVD_Film_1.ToFix.ac3"
<>

<19.06.2016 11:11:12>
START AC3 FIXING OPERATIONS (Track 1)
ac3fix Parameters: "Z:\home\thomas\DVD\DVD_Film_1.ToFix.ac3" "Z:\home\thomas\DVD\DVD_Film_1.ac3"
<>

<19.06.2016 11:11:13>
END AUDIO DEMUXING OPERATIONS (Track 1)
Created File: Z:\home\thomas\DVD\DVD_Film_1.ac3 (1,5 MB)
OUTPUT AUDIO INFO: AC3 - 384 kbps - CBR - 2 ch - 48000 Hz - 32 seconds (0 ms delay)
<>

<19.06.2016 11:11:13>
START DVD AUTHORING OPERATIONS
BatchMux Parameters: -arglist "Z:\home\thomas\DVD\Temp\DVD_BatchMux.ini"
BatchMux ini file:
-bmlog "Z:\home\thomas\DVD\Temp\DVD_BatchMux.log"
-d "Z:\home\thomas\DVD\DVD\VIDEO_TS"
-mxp "Z:\home\thomas\DVD\Temp\DVD_MuxMan.mxp"
-l "Z:\home\thomas\DVD\Temp\DVD_MuxMan.log"
-muxman "C:\Program Files\AVStoDVD\MuxMan"
-prio LOW
-palette "Z:\home\thomas\DVD\Temp\DVD_Palette.txt"
-v "Z:\home\thomas\DVD\DVD_Film.m2v"
-vidmode LB
-a1 "Z:\home\thomas\DVD\DVD_Film_1.ac3"
-a1lang de

<>

<19.06.2016 11:11:31>
Process aborted during DVD AUTHORING operations!

Check following files for more details:

AVStoDVD log file <Z:\home\thomas\DVD\DVD.log>
BatchMux log file <Z:\home\thomas\DVD\DVD_BatchMux.log>

For more troubleshooting on Authoring issues, see Help/FAQ/Authoring.
<>

<19.06.2016 11:12:32>
Warning! AVStoDVD Project ended with errors.
<>

<19.06.2016 11:12:32>
Log file created by AVStoDVD Release 2.8.4
<>
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BatchMux log file --> Z:\home\thomas\DVD\Temp\DVD_BatchMux.log
BatchMux version --> 1.4.1
Destination Folder --> Z:\home\thomas\DVD\DVD\VIDEO_TS
MuxMan Script File --> Z:\home\thomas\DVD\Temp\DVD_MuxMan.mxp
MuxMan Log String --> -l "Z:\home\thomas\DVD\Temp\DVD_MuxMan.log"
Folder of the MuxMan executable --> C:\Program Files\AVStoDVD\MuxMan
Check presence of MuxMan.exe --> PASSED
Palette File --> Z:\home\thomas\DVD\Temp\DVD_Palette.txt
Default Palette --> SUCCESSFULLY REDEFINED
Segment #1 - Video File #1 --> Z:\home\thomas\DVD\DVD_Film.m2v
Checking asset for importing as --> M2V, M1V, MPV
Video Coding Mode --> MPEG-2
Video Resolution (Nominal) --> (720x576)
MPEG-2 Aspect Ratio (DAR) --> 16:9
Video Frame Rate --> 25 fps
Video Bitrate (Nominal, Kbps) --> 8300
VBV Buffer Size (Kbyte) --> 246
Segment #1 - Video Display Mode --> LB
Segment #1 - Audio #1 File #1 --> Z:\home\thomas\DVD\DVD_Film_1.ac3
Segment #1 - Audio Lang Code #1 --> de
Started preparation of --> MUXMAN SCRIPT
Completed preparation of --> MUXMAN SCRIPT
MuxMan RunString --> -run
Strings (local stack - bytes) --> 917
Time Codes (local heap - bytes) --> 13
Static memory usage % --> 0.71
Starting MuxMan Authoring with --> LOW task priority
MuxMan Authoring --> COMPLETE
BatchMux: ERROR opening Log File Z:\home\thomas\DVD\Temp\DVD_MuxMan.log
Dyn. allocated segment resources --> RELEASED
--> 1 segments
Dyn. allocated BmArg resources --> RELEASED
--> 23 BmArg structures
Local Stack memory --> RELEASED
File i/o structures --> DEALLOCATED
Is it possible, that i must change the folder for Muxman from "C:\Program Files\AVStoDVD\MuxMan" in the ini file?
And how can i change it?

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Hello, Mister XY.

Regarding BM, you are working outside of the perimeter of its intended usage & OS environment. Furthermore my knowledge about wine is almost insignificant. However let me try to give some help at the best of my possibilities...

First of all you should understand the purpose of BM, as a background information. BatchMux is simply a "compiler"; it creates one authoring "program" (e.g. the MuxMan mxp script file) from the directives and instructions provided by AVS2DVD. Of course, in order to be consistent (and to work properly), this mxp script is referencing and needs a series of inputs (the authoring assets). After creating the mxp script, BM tries to launch MuxMan, by feeding it with the just created mxp script file. OK? That's all! :-)

Now, some hints.
1. BM does not need external libreries. To check BM is properly working, you may want to simply launch it FROM A CONSOLE window. After simply typing "BatchMux.exe", it should produce a basic help screen, both under Windows and in wine.

2. During the testing, obviously, it is important to work by instructing AVS2DVD to leave all temporary assets and temporary files in the working directories; otherwise these files are deleted at the end of the AVS2DVD session.

3. From your log file it seems to me that BM operates correctly until the step of creating the mxp file. After obeying to the recommendation of the step 2 above, could you please confirm that the file "Z:\home\thomas\DVD\Temp\DVD_MuxMan.mxp" exists? If so, you can open it with a text editor to get a look at the MuxMan script file... :-)

4. From your log file, BM reports that the preparation of the mxp script file was completed: "Completed preparation of --> MUXMAN SCRIPT", so I am almost sure that the step 3 above was carried out OK in the wine environment.

5. To launch MuxMan, in the the very final steps of the BM code, an OS call similar to "system ("Start /WAIT MuxMan.exe")" is executed, so IN MY UNDERSTANDING, two possibilities exist: or the system call executed by BM is failing under wine, or the system call is working, but MuxMan itself is not working in wine. For sure MuxMan did not start at all in your reported testing session, since it did not produce any log file, as reported in the log line: "BatchMux: ERROR opening Log File Z:\home\thomas\DVD\Temp\DVD_MuxMan.log".

6. Please carry our this test under wine: manually launch MuxMan (simply double click on it). The graphic GUI of MuxMan should start. If so, you please can do: File --> Load Project and open the mxp script file of the step 3. If you simply hit then "Start", you should be able to create manually, with a single click, the whole DVD!!!

OK?

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This is the mxp script.
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Section=Settings
{
Destination Folder=Z:\home\thomas\DVD\DVD_3\VIDEO_TS
Item=Palette
{
Name=DefaultPalette
Color 0=0, 0, 255
Color 1=255, 0, 0
Color 2=0, 0, 0
Color 3=255, 255, 255
Color 4=0, 255, 0
Color 5=255, 0, 255
Color 6=255, 255, 0
Color 7=0, 125, 125
Color 8=125, 125, 125
Color 9=225, 225, 225
Color 10=125, 0, 0
Color 11=0, 125, 0
Color 12=0, 0, 125
Color 13=222, 0, 255
Color 14=222, 125, 0
Color 15=125, 0, 125
}
}
Section=Content
{
Item=Segment
{
Name=Seg1
Display Mode=Only Letterbox
Item=Video Stream
{
Standard=PAL
Item=Video Play
{
File=Z:\home\thomas\DVD\DVD_3_Film.m2v
}
}
Item=Audio Stream
{
Stream Number=1
Language=de
Language Extension=1
Delay=0
Item=Audio Play
{
File=Z:\home\thomas\DVD\DVD_3_Film_1.ac3
}
}
Item=Scene List
{
Item=Scene
{
Name=Seg1_Scn1
Scene Time=00:00:00:00
Uop=00000000
}
}
}
}
Section=Navigation
{
Item=First PGC
{
Name=FP
Item=Pre Commands
{
mov GPRM0, 1
JumpSS TitleMenu
}
}
Item=VMG
{
Item=Language
{
Name=VMG_Lu1
Item=PGC
{
Name=VMG_Lu1_Pgc1
Menu ID=Title Menu
Item=Pre Commands
{
if ( GPRM0 == 1 ) GoTo 2
JumpTT VTS01_Ttn1
}
}
}
}
Item=VTS01
{
Item=Language
{
Name=VTSM01_Lu1
Item=PGC
{
Name=VTSM01_Lu1_Pgc1
Menu ID=Root Menu
Item=Pre Commands
{
JumpSS VMG_Lu1_Pgc1
}
}
}
Item=Title
{
Name=VTS01_Ttn1
Item=PGC
{
Name=VTS01_Ttn1_Pgc1
Menu ID=Title Entry
Item=Post Commands
{
Exit
}
Item=Program List
{
Item=Program
{
Name=VTS01_Ttn1_Pgc1_Pg1
Item=Cell
{
Name=VTS01_Ttn1_Pgc1_Cell1
Linked Scene=Seg1_Scn1
}
}
}
}
Item=Part of Title List
{
Item=VTS01_Ttn1_Pgc1_Pg1
}
}
}
}
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6. Please carry our this test under wine: manually launch MuxMan (simply double click on it). The graphic GUI of MuxMan should start. If so, you please can do: File --> Load Project and open the mxp script file of the step 3. If you simply hit then "Start", you should be able to create manually, with a single click, the whole DVD!!!
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For sure MuxMan did not start at all in your reported testing session, since it did not produce any log file, as reported in the log line: "BatchMux: ERROR opening Log File Z:\home\thomas\DVD\Temp\DVD_MuxMan.log".
And yes, muxman did not start via avs2dvd.
I also have change the standard app from mono to wine. After this, muxman starts.
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That's great! At least you have a way (dirty, but working) to produce your DVD under wine... :-)

My conclusion is then that the piece of code, within BM, where the "system()" OS call is attempted, is not working in wine.

May I ask what happens, under wine, if you type in a console window the command "Start /WAIT MuxMan.exe"?

Edit. Hum... What do you mean with "After this, muxman starts"?!? Everything works now via avs2dvd? If so, yuppi! & forget my comments just above...

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No no muxman starts as solo app, not in avstodvd.
In an wine terminal it's start with "Start muxman" and with "wait muxman" i get an message, that wait is for batch.
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So, you confirm that in a wine terminal, if you type: "Start muxman" the MuxMan GUI starts, and if you type "Start /WAIT muxman" it gives an error instead?

If this is the case, frankly speaking, I am definitely non in favour of providing support to this case... The /WAIT argument is quite important for the Start command... What shall I do if it is not implemented in its full form in wine?

Of course, in principle, the whole spawning mechanism adopted by BM could be changed, in order to avoid using the Start command. The idea could be to create a batch file, with the MuxMan C/L arguments and to launch this new batch file by means a different "system" call from within the code of BM.

The point is that this change would be just beneficial to improve the compatibility with the wine envinonment, at the risk of introducing issues for other users running AVS2DVD in the Windows environment...

Mhhh, I don't think it's a good idea to implement things in this way... Especially considering that you already have a working solution to complete manually the authoring session...

Sorry,
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ah, you mean i must type "Start /wait muxman". i have think i must test with "start muxman" or "wait muxman".
If i start with "start /wait muxman" Muxman starts.
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Could you try this?

http://www10.zippyshare.com/v/rGVzWdp0/file.html

It is a snippet of code doing this:
Code:
#include <stdio.h>
#include <process.h>

main()

{
	int ret = 0;

	printf ("Test1 - Using \"system()\" OS call\n");
	printf ("      - TP1 - before executing MuxMan...\n");
	ret = system ("MuxMan.exe");
	printf ("      - TP2 - after executing MuxMan; \"system()\" --> %d\n", ret);
}
Put the test1.exe in the same folder where MuxMan is located, and launch it from a console windows, as shown in attached images 1, 2 and 3. Is MuxMan starting?

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it's look like fine. See the atachment.
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This is very strange !?!?
Sorry, we can not see the direct attachments in the replies until they are approved by some mod, but this is not relevant anyhow. What you say is indeed very clear and very strange.

Well, let see...


The executable of BM acts exactly like the snippet of code in my previous post.

So, you can do another test, if you wish...

In the program folder of AVS2DVD there should exist one file named BatchMux.exe.

In the temporary files assets ("Z:\home\thomas\DVD\Temp") there should exist one initialization file named "DVD_BatchMux.ini".
Please copy BatchMux.exe into this directory, and then, from a console window, type "BatchMux.exe -arglist DVD_BatchMux.ini".

Is MuxMan starting?
Maybe some privileges should be attributed to the executable BatchMux.exe? What about changing the standard app from mono to wine also for BM?

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No, MuxMan is not starting.
I will test do edit the ini file.
edit: i have also edit the path to muxman, and nothing happend.
BatchMux has also open with wine.
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