I'm definitely using AC3 dolby and I'm still getting the same error messages. All other suggestions are welcome. Reason: Added info Tags: None Zwick Moderator Join Date: Sep 2004 Posts: 6446 #2 03-26-2008, 07:14 PM What's on V1? Please type your message and try again. this contact form
No, create an account now. It started out every 5 or so disks would be like that. Came out looking almost identical to the source when viewed with VLC (except . Send us an email b. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2774129?start=0&tstart=0
Compiler Initializing... I guess i'll try in the morning.Return to posts index•Re: MUXER internal Error on Buildby Benjamin Davis on Feb 18, 2004 at 6:32:10 pmyou don't mux the files before build. Most people don't realize/remember that just about all software has a website with online help & FAQs. The same is true of many audio encoders, such as Lame, which relies on something like Besweet or what-have-you to actually interface with it.
These are all issues I have had figure out thats why I recommend them to you. How do I fix this?! This only happens on projects that have lots of media and scripting. FCP requires intermediate codec conversion, and the rendered editable material still looks very good, but the MPEG2 final result does not.
Both should be TFF I think, right? But both are just tools to me, and the best tool is always used. Many of the rejected disks were still useable. https://forums.creativeplanetnetwork.com/forum/final-cut-studio/dvd-studio-pro/51007-internal-muxer-error-victim So the CBR at both 7mbps and 6mbps wouldn't mux.
Thanks! I guess I'll try recompressing everything. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply The Valeyard, Oct 14, 2011 The Valeyard thread starter macrumors member Joined: Apr 26, 2009 #9 KeithPratt said: CBR is simply not good enough here.
I did find out how to setup custom encoding profiles for Mpeg2 in Compressor, and it seems to give about the same level of control as TMPGenc, and some filters, so http://forums.macrumors.com/threads/urgent-dvd-studio-pro-4-problems-with-assets.1249749/ I cannot redo it all from scratch, there is no time. Yes No OK OK Cancel X Got a tip for us? so i had the disc built and the client wanted lower data rates on the files, so i redid the compressions from the original QTs and just changed the names to
I'm not sure what PFF means. http://deepfrom.com/dvd-studio/dvd-studio-pro-internal-mixing-error.html The strange thing is that I divide the project in half and I can successfully burn the first half or the second half, just not the total project. I really, really want a Mac again. So now I am ruling out the intermediate compression step).
I replaced it with a dual-layer burner for $35. Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational purposes only. While I like TMPGEnc for various uses, and suggest that everybody owns a copy, given the cheap $37 price, it's going to fall between Compressor and Mainconcept for quality. http://deepfrom.com/dvd-studio/dvd-studio-pro-error-muxer-bitrate-too-high.html And in turn, MainConcept is often placed above Squeeze (especially at H.264).
I can try Frame and see if it helps the situation. Then export that, run it through compressor with the options on the original interlaced.Click to expand... It happens during the build.
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Annoying. Last edited by Zwick; 03-26-2008, 07:16 PM. The total number of frames (4509) is higher than the original source (4503, I think), but I am not sure if that's normal: Report for file: wed422HQTitling.mov.ff.m2v General / Container Stream his comment is here Precompiling Project UNTITLED Compiling VMG Information...
A lot of free encoders are just programmers reverse engineering commercial coding, and then stealing code from each other, to make the next "best" free encoder. I've run out of ideas. Wow, big difference! Have you done this before?
I've tried reinstalling DVDSP, throwing out the PAR files, I have no chapters set, etc. Compiler Initializing... A lot of other software is one-man/few-man copycats, often reverse engineering what was done, then trying to "do it cheaper". You see this a lot with cheap and crappy $30-50 Chinese software, using all sorts of random names you've never heard of -- and in a few years, they'll disappear again.
bummer, it will take me a long *** time to redo. Thankfully, $520 is still affordable for this "race car". (Not cheap, no, but doesn't require the re-mortgage of a house, either!) - Did this site help you? I have done several conversions of DV-source (from camera) to DVD with Compressor and those do not show this type of noise, so I suspect I need to tweak something to I had installed the new MPEG2 playback component prior to the failed build.
Good luck. Some codecs operate in demo mode (adds watermark) until purchased. These files play fine in VLC, and the output from MediaInfo for Mac doesn't show any strangeness that I can see. It's a slower encoder, and can somewhat soften video in its avoidance of block edge noise (compared to just MC, not all MPEG encoders), and then it reaches a noise threshold
It possible to MUX the files manually and then reimport them into DVDSP? I am wondering if this is surprising for a short video to be encoding with visible noise at that bitrate. The DV source from the camera is what we could call "clean" source. (Excluding the motion aspect, unless it was tripod shot or otherwise steadied by hardware or electronics.) Analog-in source,