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Nero error - can't burn avi anymore!

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  1. nmsconsul

    nmsconsul Member

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    Hi,

    I get an error message in Nero Express and Vision Express when I try to burn avi files to S/VCD. It says unsupported file format or unable to insert[filename]. This happened from one day to the next. I've tried reinstalling Nero, used all Ahead's clean tools, uninstalled loads of codecs (not all of them) but to no avail. Swept for viruses etc etc. Can anyone help me?

    Many thanks,
     
  2. ccampbell

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    Can you open the File in Nero ShowTime and right-click on ShowTime and go to Options->Show Additional Info, what does it report about the AVI file?

    Or use GSPOT and tell us what it reports?

    How was the AVI file created?

    Regards,

    Craig
    Ahead Software
    USA
     
  3. nmsconsul

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    Craig,

    Thanks for the response. This happens with any avi, so choosing one at random [that plays fine, as they all do], Showtime->Options->Show Additional Info gives:

    Time:..... Title:.... Chapter: ....
    Audio: Mp3, 2 channel(s), 160 kBps
    Video: 640x272, Xvid, 2.53 MBps

    I don't know if the above is what you are asking for, since G-Spot gave a good deal more info and I tested the other avi's I have and they all had a similar problem:

    Video: Codec Misconfigured!:

    - - ** Problem ** ** Codec not registered
    DSH 4CC MP43
    DSH Friendly Name 3ivx D4 Video Decoder
    DSH DirectShow CLSID {0E6772C0-DD80-11D4-B58F-A86B66D0611C}
    REG Additional Media Type 01 4cc: 3IV1
    REG Additional Media Type 02 4cc: 3IV2
    REG Additional Media Type 03 4cc: 3IVD
    REG Additional Media Type 04 4cc: 3ivd
    REG Additional Media Type 05 WMMEDIASUBTYPE_MP43
    REG Additional Media Type 06 4cc: mp43
    REG Additional Media Type 07 4cc: AP41
    REG Additional Media Type 08 4cc: ap41
    REG Additional Media Type 09 4cc: nAVI
    REG Additional Media Type 10 4cc: navi
    REG Additional Media Type 11 4cc: COL0
    REG Additional Media Type 12 4cc: col0
    REG Additional Media Type 13 4cc: COL1
    REG Additional Media Type 14 4cc: col1
    REG Additional Media Type 15 4cc: DIV3
    REG Additional Media Type 16 4cc: div3
    REG Additional Media Type 17 4cc: DIV4
    REG Additional Media Type 18 4cc: div4
    REG Additional Media Type 19 4cc: DIV5
    REG Additional Media Type 20 4cc: div5
    REG Additional Media Type 21 4cc: DIV6
    REG Additional Media Type 22 4cc: div6
    REG Additional Media Type 23 4cc: 3iv2
    REG Additional Media Type 24 4cc: BLZ0
    REG Additional Media Type 25 4cc: blz0
    REG Additional Media Type 26 4cc: MP4V
    REG Additional Media Type 27 4cc: mp4v
    REG Additional Media Type 28 4cc: RMP4
    REG Additional Media Type 29 4cc: rmp4
    REG Additional Media Type 30 4cc: DM4V
    REG Additional Media Type 31 4cc: dm4v
    REG Additional Media Type 32 4cc: UMP4
    REG Additional Media Type 33 4cc: ump4
    REG Additional Media Type 34 WMMEDIASUBTYPE_MP4S
    REG Additional Media Type 35 4cc: mp4s
    REG Additional Media Type 36 4cc: M4S2
    REG Additional Media Type 37 4cc: m4s2
    REG Additional Media Type 38 4cc: XVIX
    REG Additional Media Type 39 4cc: xvix
    REG Additional Media Type 40 4cc: FVFW
    REG Additional Media Type 41 4cc: fvfw
    REG Additional Media Type 42 4cc: DIVX
    REG Additional Media Type 43 4cc: divx
    REG Additional Media Type 44 4cc: DX45
    REG Additional Media Type 45 4cc: dx45
    REG Additional Media Type 46 4cc: DX50
    REG Additional Media Type 47 4cc: dx50
    REG Additional Media Type 48 4cc: XVID
    REG Additional Media Type 49 4cc: xvid
    REG Additional Media Type 50 4cc: XviD

    DirectShow Render:

    DirectShow was unable to render the file. Following is the error it reported:

    0x80040265: VFW_E_UNSUPPORTED_STREAM - Cannot play back the file. The format is not supported.

    I don't understand your last question - how was the AVI file created?

    Do you think it is simply a matter of re-installing 3ivx D4 Video Decoder?

    Many thanks,
    Kolya
     
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    I re-installed 3ivx to no avail and googled the GSPOT error message "0x80040265: VFW_E_UNSUPPORTED_STREAM" - it seems others have had problems with playback of AVI files, and had this same error message, which they resolved by re-installing Directx9.0b (DIVx forum). I have version c, which I re-installed, but this didn't help. It seems impossible to get back to older versions of directx.

    Anyone, any suggestions?
     
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    I just installed TMPGEnc as a work around but it is not accepting any of my AVI's, either. The error message I get is "[Filename] cannot open, or is unsupported."
     
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    How were the AVI Files created?

    Did you create them or download them?

    If you go to a Movie Trailer website and download a Movie Trailer in AVI format, do you have the same issue with this file?

    Regards,

    Craig
    Ahead Software
    USA
     
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    I downloaded them and yes the same thing happens with a AVI trailer as per your suggestion
     
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    What Codec's do you have installed on your system?

    Regards,

    Craig
    Ahead Software
    USA
     
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    How do I tell what I have? I have just uninstalled 3ivx and some Intel A/V ones, as well as quicktime alternative, real player alternative, I don't know if they are codecs or players. I'm not much of an expert as you can tell. If codecs are included automatically with players then I should tell you what players I have: VideoLan, Media Player Classic, Media Player 9 (I uninstalled 10, as well as real player 10(?) and quicktime 6).

    I used GSpot on all the AVIs I have since uninstalling the above and it says I no longer have Xvid (though I'm currently watching a file that it says uses that codec), nor DivX 5, nor DivX 3 Low-Motion. It says I do have MPEG-4. I have also uninstalled Nero and cleaned using all the Nero utilities, with a view to re-installing. Is this a good approach?

    Thanks,
     
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    Yes, that is a good approach.

    Once you reinstall Nero, you can run the Nero InfoTool and it will list what codecs are on your system.

    or you can just download the Nero InfoTool from our website and then run without installing our software. Its located under Support->Utilities.

    Regards,

    Craig
    Ahead Software
    USA
     
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    I downloaded a program called mmview and it gave me a list of 147 codecs and ActiveX filters, of which 12 were video codecs: cinepak, divx 4.12, iyuv_32.dll, microsoft RLE, microsoft video 1, msh261, msh263 (2 identical entries), msyuv.dll (3 identical entries) and tsbyuv.dll

     
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    Here are the driver results, and, apparently my ASPI is corrupt....

    Nero InfoTool 2.07
    ASPI Information
    ----------------
    System ASPI : ASPI installation is corrupted
    wnaspi32.dll : n/a 30208 bytes June 11, 1997
    aspi32.sys : 4.60 (1021) 25244 bytes September 10, 1999
    winaspi.dll : n/a 4030 bytes October 22, 1999
    wowpost.exe : 4.60 (1021) 4672 bytes September 10, 1999
    Nero ASPI : ASPI is not installed

    Video Codecs
    ------------
    Cinepak Codec by Radius : 1.10.0.11
    Intel IYUV codec : 5.1.2600.2180 (xpsp_sp2_rtm.040803-2158)
    Microsoft RLE : 5.1.2600.2180 (xpsp_sp2_rtm.040803-2158)
    Microsoft Video 1 : 5.1.2600.0 (xpclient.010817-1148)
    Microsoft YUV : 5.3.2600.2180 (xpsp_sp2_rtm.040803-2158)
    Microsoft YUV : 5.3.2600.2180 (xpsp_sp2_rtm.040803-2158)
    Toshiba YUV Codec : 5.1.2600.0 (XPClient.010817-1148)
    Microsoft YUV : 5.3.2600.2180 (xpsp_sp2_rtm.040803-2158)
    Microsoft H.263 Video Codec : 5.1.2600.2180
    Microsoft H.261 Video Codec : 5.1.2600.2180
     
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    Should I sort the ASPI out before going any further?
     
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    I've sorted out the ASPI and uninstalled all the codecs I could and reinstalled Nero and still no joy. What should I do?

    Thanks
     

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