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Whats this mean...

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by slavlazar, Sep 19, 2004.

  1. slavlazar

    slavlazar Member

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    "Failed to encode: Overlap I/O Error occurred"
    What is an overlap I/O ???
    Is there anyway around it??
     
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    Sophocles Senior member

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    I/O means input and output and overlap is the property of partial coincidence in time. How are you going about your encode? Are you ripping to your hard disk first or are you trying to do it on the fly?
     
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    (Huuuummmm)

    I've got to ponder this one for awhile -

    Are missing something there my friend ?

    "P"
     
  4. slavlazar

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    I have tried using DVD shrink to encode and burn on the fly, i've even tried DVD Decrypter to rip the files to my hard-drive, but i am getting an I/O overlap error.
    Could this be due to the fact that the disc is scratched or anything??
    Thanks
     

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