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Discussion in 'Convert video to another format' started by markinredding, Jun 21, 2013.

  1. markinredding

    markinredding Member

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    Keep having the same problem, the decoding finishes (And the files are created in appdata/roaming/avitodvd/dvd-vob/video but as soon as the decoding finishes and the burn should start the program crashes.

    Now some movies work fine. I have only used it a few time maybe 4 worked and five crash.

    Is there a way to add the finished files to a dvd, (Yes I am new to this)
    Thanks for the fun!
     
  2. attar

    attar Senior member

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    Is there a log file generated by this program - if so, paste the contents here.

    Do you mean that it creates all the files required for the DVD?
    If so they should be in a folder named 'VIDEO_TS'.
    That is the name of the folder on a DVD that contains the required files.
     
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    The system will not take the file. I tried just the section for the last crashed attemt but same problem. I shortened it up, as I suspected when it hit the BURN part it crashed with no further log.

    Video: size = 1440x612
    fps = 23.976
    Audio:
    #0 Channels = 6
    SampleRate = 48000

    Movie Length = 97:51

    [2013-06-21 18:11:13]--- End C:\XBMC MOVIES\How to Train Your Dragon 2010.avi ---
    [2013-06-21 18:11:21]-----------Begin Convert------------------
    [2013-06-21 18:11:21]total movie len = 5871, calculate bitrate = 5379.
    [2013-06-21 18:11:24]spumux command "C:\Program Files (x86)\AviToDvdFree\spumux.exe" "C:\Users\mjfator\AppData\Roaming\AvitoDvd\sub.xml", srcmenu=C:\Users\mjfator\AppData\Roaming\AvitoDvd\menu_bkimg.mpg, dstmenu=C:\Users\mjfator\AppData\Roaming\AvitoDvd\menu.mpg
    [2013-06-21 18:11:24]DVDAuthor::spumux, version 0.6.14.

    Build options: gnugetopt

    Send bugs to <dvdauthor-users@lists.sourceforge.net>



    STAT: 0:00:00.000
    INFO: PNG had 2 colors

    INFO: PNG had 2 colors

    INFO: PNG had 2 colors

    INFO: Autodetect 0 = 33x102-303x118

    INFO: Pickbuttongroups, success with 1 groups, useimg=1

    INFO: Found EOF in .sub file.

    INFO: Max_sub_size=608

    INFO: 1 subtitles added, 0 subtitles skipped, stream: 32, offset: 0.50



    Statistics:

    - Processed 0 subtitles.

    - The longest display line had -1 characters.

    - The maximum number of displayed lines was 0.

    - The normal display height of the font arial.ttf was 0.

    - The bottom display height of the font arial.ttf was 0.

    - The biggest subtitle box had 608 bytes.


    [2013-06-21 18:31:15]----- Convert All Done ---
    [2013-06-21 18:31:15]Call find first file failed. - C:\Users\mjfator\AppData\Roaming\AvitoDvd\dvd-vob\VIDEO_TS\VTS_01_3.VOB
    [2013-06-21 18:31:15]Call find first file failed. - C:\Users\mjfator\AppData\Roaming\AvitoDvd\dvd-vob\VIDEO_TS\VTS_02_0.IFO
    [2013-06-21 18:31:15]--- Using starburn drive start burn ---
     
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    Those files it is failing to find are indeed there and will play. The directory is "Read Only"
     
  6. attar

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    If you're satisfied that the required files are present in the VIDEO_TS folder, try this:

    Download, install (don't install any toolbars or software offers) and run ImgBurn.
    Select 'Write files/folders to disc'.
    Browse to and select (or simply drag in) the VIDEO_TS folder.
    Insert a blank DVD disk.
    Click the 'Device' tab on the right panel.
    Select a moderate burning speed (4x) and Burn.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Thanks, that is what I did.
     
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    Download, install (don't install any toolbars or software offers) and run ImgBurn. Current version: 2.5.8.0
    Released: 16th June 2013
     

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