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Need help with the program Cuttermaran 1.70

Discussion in 'Video - Software discussion' started by jerecho, Sep 29, 2012.

  1. jerecho

    jerecho Regular member

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    I am trying to cut up a .m2v file with Cuttermaran. I first demuxed my mpeg (movie clip) file using Project-X_0.91.0
    I have the part of the video cut and am now ready to save my new video. I choose cut video and audio and it seems to save the video just fine but I get errors when it tries to save the audio part of it. Here is a sceen shot of my error.

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    Is there a setting or something I am doing wrong?
     
  2. attar

    attar Senior member

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    Not any help with Cuttermaran - but I suspect it's either the overall bitrate exceeds DVD specification or the audio bitrate is too low.
    Suggest posting at the VideoHelp site with any info or log it produced.

    http://forum.videohelp.com/
     
  3. jerecho

    jerecho Regular member

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    Here is the log file I get every time I try to mux it all back together.


    ************************************************
    Mplex version 2.2.4 (2005/08/28)
    Mplex is part of MJpegTools package version 1.8
    ported from Linux to .NET by Elmue (2006/12/18)
    ************************************************
    Command: 'o' Option: "C:\Users\\Desktop\samplevideo.mpg"
    Command: 'i' Option: "C:\Users\\Desktop\samplevideo.mpv"
    Command: 'i' Option: "C:\Users\\Desktop\samplevideo.ac3"
    Command: 'f' Option: "9"
    File C:\Users\Jamie\Desktop\samplevideo.mpv looks like an MPEG Video stream.
    File C:\Users\Jamie\Desktop\samplevideo.ac3 looks like an AC3 Audio stream.
    Video stream 0: profile 9 selected - ignoring non-standard options!
    Found 1 audio streams and 1 video streams
    Selecting generic DVD output profile (PROVISIONAL)
    Multiplexing video program stream!
    Scanning Video stream e0 (C:\Users\\Desktop\samplevideo.mpv)
    VIDEO STREAM: e0
    Frame width : 1920
    Frame height : 1080
    Aspect ratio : 16:9 display
    Picture rate : 29.970 frames/sec
    Bit rate : 20541600 bits/sec
    Vbv buffer size : 1222656 bytes
    CSPF : 0
    Scanning AC3 Audio stream 00 (C:\Users\\Desktop\samplevideo.ac3)
    AC3 frame size = 1536
    AC3 AUDIO STREAM:
    Bit rate : 384 kbit/sec
    Frequency : 48000 Hz
    SYSTEMS/PROGRAM stream:
    Rough-guess multiplexed stream data rate: 21365 kBit/sec
    Target data rate specified: 10080 kBit/sec
    WARNING: Target data rate lower than computed requirement!
    WARNING: N.b. a 20% or so discrepancy in variable bit-rate
    WARNING: streams is common and harmless provided no time-outs will occur
    Run-in Sectors = 89 Video delay = 13019, Audio delay = 16022
    New sequence commences...
    Video e0: buf= 237568 frame=000000 sector=00000000
    Audio bd: buf= 16384 frame=000000 sector=00000000
    WARNING: Stream e0: data will arrive too late sent(SCR)=935058 required(DTS)=934940
    WARNING: Video e0: buf= 184940 frame=000307 sector=00001541
    WARNING: Audio bd: buf= 11971 frame=000322 sector=00000246
    WARNING: Stream e0: data will arrive too late sent(SCR)=978944 required(DTS)=967973
    WARNING: Video e0: buf= 235543 frame=000318 sector=00001834
    WARNING: Audio bd: buf= 16384 frame=000332 sector=00000253
    WARNING: Stream e0: data will arrive too late sent(SCR)=1022829 required(DTS)=985991
    WARNING: Video e0: buf= 235543 frame=000324 sector=00002130
    WARNING: Audio bd: buf= 16384 frame=000337 sector=00000257
    WARNING: Stream e0: data will arrive too late sent(SCR)=1066715 required(DTS)=1007012
    WARNING: Video e0: buf= 235543 frame=000331 sector=00002424
    WARNING: Audio bd: buf= 16384 frame=000345 sector=00000263
    WARNING: Stream e0: data will arrive too late sent(SCR)=1110601 required(DTS)=1034039
    WARNING: Video e0: buf= 235543 frame=000340 sector=00002717
    WARNING: Audio bd: buf= 16384 frame=000354 sector=00000270
    WARNING: Stream e0: data will arrive too late sent(SCR)=1154486 required(DTS)=1064069
    WARNING: Video e0: buf= 235543 frame=000350 sector=00003009
    WARNING: Audio bd: buf= 16384 frame=000364 sector=00000278
    WARNING: Stream e0: data will arrive too late sent(SCR)=1198372 required(DTS)=1100105
    WARNING: Video e0: buf= 235543 frame=000362 sector=00003299
    WARNING: Audio bd: buf= 16384 frame=000377 sector=00000288
    WARNING: Stream e0: data will arrive too late sent(SCR)=1242258 required(DTS)=1136141
    WARNING: Video e0: buf= 235543 frame=000374 sector=00003590
    WARNING: Audio bd: buf= 16384 frame=000389 sector=00000297
    WARNING: Stream e0: data will arrive too late sent(SCR)=1286144 required(DTS)=1178183
    WARNING: Video e0: buf= 235543 frame=000388 sector=00003879
    WARNING: Audio bd: buf= 16384 frame=000404 sector=00000308
    WARNING: Stream e0: data will arrive too late sent(SCR)=1330029 required(DTS)=1217222
    WARNING: Video e0: buf= 235543 frame=000401 sector=00004168
    WARNING: Audio bd: buf= 16384 frame=000418 sector=00000319
    WARNING: Stream e0: data will arrive too late sent(SCR)=1373915 required(DTS)=1259264
    WARNING: Video e0: buf= 235543 frame=000415 sector=00004457
    WARNING: Audio bd: buf= 16384 frame=000433 sector=00000330
    ERROR: Too many frame drops -exiting
     
  4. attar

    attar Senior member

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    It looks to me that the bit rate is too high;I think the maximum for DVD is ~ 10 Mb/sec for the total video+Audio - but I can't be sure because I'm not familiar with Cuttermaran , that's why I suggest the VideoHelp site and 1920x1080 isn't DVD resolution (or is that your source).
     
  5. jerecho

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    I have tried to lower the bit rate but I cannot figure out how. I have used every setting I can find in the program but nothing seems to work. In the settings I put the bit rate at 9000 and it still fails. The source of my files are not from DVD. They are HD 1080i .tivo recordings that have been converted to .mpg files with direct show dump
     
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    Post the log at the Videohelp site - someone there is bound to know.
     
  7. vurbal

    vurbal Administrator Staff Member

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    All you should need to do is change the profile being used by the muxer. Just follow these screenshots to set it correctly.

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  8. jerecho

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    Could not get this program to work no matter what. Eventually what eneded up working for me in the end was "VideoReDo Plus" It is a great program that works perfectly for me. It even can open .tivo files without having to convert them to a different format before editing. Thank you to everyone who helped me!
     

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