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Macro Blacking in CCE Basic

Discussion in 'Copy DVD to DVDR' started by Gnomex, Aug 17, 2004.

  1. Gnomex

    Gnomex Regular member

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    Hello All!

    I have been lurking in the background for several months. I thought it was time to step out of the shadows and speak. I am attempting to use CCE BasicDVD RB to backup some of my videos and have run into a odd problem.

    The video appears to process okay (no errors). However, all the video in the VIDEO_TS folder is badly macro-blocked. The only video that is not macro blocked is the menus. I have used the default setting and one click mode on two videos with the same outcome.

    [Versions[

    CCE Basic 2.69
    MPEG2Dec3dg.dll 1.0.1.0
    DVD RB 0.56
    AviSynth 2.5
    DVD Decrypted 3.2.3.0

    [DVDRebuilder.ini]

    [Options]
    AudioDub=0
    idct7Opt=1
    OneClick=1
    NoWarn=0
    LoadPlugin=1
    RemoveDTS=1
    BackColor=12632256
    ReduceOpt=3
    Completed=1
    HalfExtras=1
    [Paths]
    CCEBasic=C:SystemCDROMCCE SuiteCCE Basiccct2.exe
    MPEG2DEC=C:SystemCDROMCCE SuiteAviSynth 2.5pluginsMPEG2Dec3dg.dll
    Source=E:SCORPION_KING_FULLVIDEO_TS
    Working=E:TEMP
    [Setup]
    Languages=1111111111111111111111110111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111
    sLanguages=1111111111111111111111110111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111
    [CCEOptions]
    VBR_bias=25
    Quality_prec=16
    eclPasses=2
     
  2. Doc409

    Doc409 Active member

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    Gnomex...

    First, this screen is elongated, and I have to use my slider bar to read. If my response doesn't answer your question, it would be a big favor to me if you would repost in the following thread, and post an ending to this one saying something to the effect that this thread was ended due to a faulty read screen, and tell follow-ons where the new thread is posted.
    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/97052

    In answer to your question, you did not say if you played the files directly from the video_ts folder, or from a burned DVD. Whatever the case, this is a sure sign of a fragmented video file, and a drive that needs defragging. Try that, and then play the files from the video_ts folder. I believe you will find the files play smoothly.
     
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    The problem sounds like avisynth isn't installed or a
    pathway isn't set or the box isn't checked for add
    mpeg2dec3dg.dll to avs file.
     
  4. Gnomex

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    Donald,

    I install the AviSynth application in a non-default location. Second, I put the required *.DLL under the AviSynth plug-in folder. And last set the path under DVD-RB, including add to AVS checkbox. See the dvd-rb.ini file above. Is there a error in what I did?

    I will re-check the config again and attempt the process again. I will let you know what occurs.

    Thanks!

     
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    Donald , Doc

    My next post on this thred will be under the dvd-rb problem resolution thread to keep it nice and useful.

    Thanks!
     

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