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DVDLab Pro Error: Runtime Error

Discussion in 'Video to DVD' started by quresh, Feb 4, 2005.

  1. quresh

    quresh Member

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    I am trying to put two movies on one disc and add a menu so that you can select either film. Once I am all done with the importing of the movies and the creation of the menu and starts to compile the project it is giving me an error:

    During the “Muxing in progress” I get a small window pop up which says:

    “Abnormal program termination
    C:/ProgramFiles/DVDlabpro/compile.aux
    Runtime Error”

    The title of the error window says: “MS Visual C++ runtime error”

    Please advise.
     
  2. rebootjim

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    Are both your movies the same aspect ratio and fps?
    Is the audio AC3, mp2, or .wav?
    Do you have any motion menus?
    Is this DVDLab Pro, or standard?
    Are you using multiple VTS?
     
  3. quresh

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    Yeap, both of the movies are same aspect ratio.
    The audio files are ac3
    no motion menus
    Using DVD Lab pro (trial version)
    not using multiple VTS

    I think the error is because of the size of the files.
    Because everything works fine when I take about 5 minutes (100 mb) from each movie. It compiles, burns and plays in the DVD player just fine. Following are the file sizes of full project:

    Free Space: 21.57 GB
    Temp Folder free space: 21.57
    Estimated DVD size: 7.77 GB
    Temporary space: 3.99 GB (by the way, how do I increase that limit?)

    NOTE: I have changed the output to DVD9 (8.35 GB)
     
  4. rebootjim

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    Sounds like you have FAT32 filesystem.
    You must have NTFS for doing dvd work.
     

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