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Vso DivX to Dvd premature completion or freeze

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by Hello2015, Jun 19, 2007.

  1. Hello2015

    Hello2015 Member

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    I was wondering if someone could help me with this one. I'm trying to convert avi file (DivX) to dvd for burning but the program is encountering errors. Either my computer will freeze during conversion or the program will run conversion for a few minutes (around 10-15 mins) then claim that the project is completed when that is not the case. only 10-15 mins of certain project (movie that runs 90-120mins)has been converted. is there a solution to this problem or is my computer and it's OS mashed-up?

    I'm using the old version of VSO divX to DVD 0.5.0.97. I've already tried to uninstall then reinstall. Also tried lastest VSO ConvertX to DVD and no dice. same problems happen. I use the old version cuz it's simple and fast and i've never had any problems with it in the past. it has pretty much converted everything i've asked it to. i've also tried differnet types of files thinking it was the original video file itself but the same problem occur with other projects. i've recently had to reformat my hard drive and reinstall OS and all other goodies. I'm running Win XP SP2.... Pentium 4 @ 2.40 Ghz.... 512 ram.

    Here is the log:

    19/06/2007 11:37:29 PM info Delay of audio #0 = 462 mS
    19/06/2007 11:37:29 PM info Computed Frame Aspect Ratio : 1.8182
    19/06/2007 11:37:29 PM info Stream#1 - Audio: mp3, 48000 Hz, stereo, 128 kb/s
    19/06/2007 11:37:29 PM info Stream#0 - Video: mpeg4, 640x352, 23.98 fps
    19/06/2007 11:37:29 PM info Found 2 Stream(s) - movie duration 01:24:17.099
    19/06/2007 11:37:29 PM info Input file "F:\TV\movie.avi"
    19/06/2007 11:36:47 PM info conversion completed in 00:18:04
    19/06/2007 11:36:47 PM warning Due to frame rate conversion, 1 frames have been dropped.
    19/06/2007 11:36:47 PM warning Due to frame rate conversion, 6343 frames have been duplicated.
    19/06/2007 11:36:47 PM info Avg. quantization factor 0.0 (smaller is best)
    19/06/2007 11:34:06 PM warning video packet dropped due to error on frame 21703
    19/06/2007 11:34:06 PM error Frame #27130: decoder exception [Invalid floating point operation]. Discarding the packet.
    19/06/2007 11:18:43 PM info MSG Level #0 - rc buffer underflow

    19/06/2007 11:18:43 PM info Output Stream#1 - Audio: ac3, 48000 Hz, stereo, 192 kb/s
    19/06/2007 11:18:43 PM info Output Stream#0 - Video: mpeg2video, 720x480, 29.97 fps, q=2-31, 7167 kb/s
    19/06/2007 11:18:43 PM info MSG Level #1 - Warning min_rate > 0 but min_rate != max_rate isnt recommanded!

    19/06/2007 11:18:43 PM info Stream #0.1 --> #0.1
    19/06/2007 11:18:43 PM info Stream #0.0 --> #0.0
    19/06/2007 11:18:43 PM info Stream mapping
    19/06/2007 11:18:43 PM info Set Avg. video bitrate 7168.0 kb/s
    19/06/2007 11:18:43 PM warning the input frame rate 2997/125 doesn't match the output frame rate(29.97Fps). Rate conpensation will be used.
    19/06/2007 11:18:43 PM info Segment #1 - Evil_Dead 2-Dead_By_Dawn (xvid110-sickboy88).avi
    19/06/2007 11:18:43 PM info 1 file(s) to convert - Total Time 01:24:17
    19/06/2007 11:18:42 PM info NTSC 29.97 FPS output format has been selected
    19/06/2007 11:18:42 PM info 16:9 automatically selected
    19/06/2007 11:18:42 PM info conversion started
    19/06/2007 11:18:03 PM info Delay of audio #0 = 468 mS
    19/06/2007 11:18:02 PM info Computed Frame Aspect Ratio : 1.8182
    19/06/2007 11:18:02 PM info Stream#1 - Audio: mp3, 48000 Hz, stereo, 128 kb/s
    19/06/2007 11:18:02 PM info Stream#0 - Video: mpeg4, 640x352, 23.98 fps
    19/06/2007 11:18:02 PM info Found 2 Stream(s) - movie duration 01:24:17.099
    19/06/2007 11:18:02 PM info Input file "F:\TV\movie.avi"
    19/06/2007 11:17:45 PM info User default language : 4105 (0x1009h) - English (Canadian)
    19/06/2007 11:17:45 PM info System default language : 1033 (0x0409h) - English (United States)
    19/06/2007 11:17:45 PM info Version 0.5.0.97
    19/06/2007 11:17:45 PM info ExeName : "C:\Program Files\VSO\DivxToDVD\DivxToDVD.exe"
    19/06/2007 11:17:45 PM info OS : Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 (Build 2600)
     
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  2. attar

    attar Senior member

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    If it's different files with different programs it seems to rule out either as the problem.
    Does the Task Manager indicate a shortage of resources caused by too many apps running?Seems to me that conversion is pretty high cpu use.

    And looking at the CPU temp during conversion would rule that out as a possible source.
    http://www.majorgeeks.com/Hmonitor_d269.html
     
  3. Hello2015

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    thank you for your response, attar.

    tried the monitor program and noticed that the CPU temp was running
    in the red at about 71.0 C. the CPU could be overheating and shutting down. i have to find a way to prevent this. also, the task manager shows that the CPU usage is running at 100% during conversion.
     
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    Mine rarely runs above mid 40's.
    Your CPU fan is probably plugged - just need to blow it out.
     
  5. Hello2015

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    i've been out of town for a while.... thanks for the suggestion, i'll have to get my hands on some air spray. will try to close this thread soon with the results.
     
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    You should also update the software. With VSO you can easily do this for free to the latest version. Or download and install the latest version from here. It will contain many bug fixes. When I use DivXtoDVD I don't allow any other programs to run because any conversion software will use up a lot of CPU, and you run the risk of creating errors.
     
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    well, after a month i finally got the air spray and blasted the cpu fan. all is well. program no longer crashes and system stays cool at a consistant 45-50 degrees. thanks for your solutions.
     

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