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XVID error

Discussion in 'DivX / XviD' started by maho24, Oct 27, 2003.

  1. maho24

    maho24 Member

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    Recently i downloaded a XVID movie. The first 100 minutes didn't give any problem with playing it (Some slight freezes, but nothing serious). But after +/- 100 minutes the movie gets freezing a lot for 2 minutes and finally crashes at one point. When I skip those 2 minutes the movie goes on without a problem. Clearly there are 2 bad minutes in the movie. I tried everything to solve the problem. I used virtualdub error report to find bad sectors, but it didnt find any! I saved the movie again in virtualdub with video direct stream and audio direct stream. I also tried divfix and divxrepair, but those programs also didn't find any problems.
    Now I can't decode the movie to VCD(I use TEMPGEnc) because TEMPGEnc crashes when it reach those 2 minutes
    Does anybody know what could be wrong with it and how to fix the problem so I can decode the XVID file to VCD ?

    Maho
     
  2. Praetor

    Praetor Moderator Staff Member

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    1. If the corruption isnt long consider cutting out those frames with VirtualDUB
    2. You can sometimes try to bruteforce reencode the movie again with VirtualDub
     
  3. powerdup

    powerdup Regular member

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    VirtualDub:

    File-->Open

    Check the Popup Extended Options Box

    Open avi.

    Check the re-derive keyframes flags box

    Video and Audio menu: direct stream copy

    Save Avi.

     

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