There are multiple settings in Compressor, and you can manipulate them to get the best possible encode. Can a menu as I described off set the bitrate?... I am not really sure how to go about the process of elimination here...everything worked fine when I play in the simulator, so is there any way to deduce from the I also burned another similar project earlier this morning, so the system seems to be ok. navigate here
I'm getting the feeling there is something strange from the beginning. If you have not made any changes it doesn't add but a couple of seconds to the process. There must be something that got screwed while I was laying it out. Here's the real frustration: if I capitulate on the burn speed issue, and use DVD Studio Pro to burn the disc, the formatting process proceeds without error. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2774129?start=0&tstart=0
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 It has nothing to do with chapter markers but I just cant work out what's wrong with it and I probably don't have to time to compress it again since it thanks for your help, i will post if its the final solution, thanks again!austin Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by darbypsnm, darbypsnm Mar 7, 2011 1:32 PM in To export through Compressor all you need to do is highlight the sequence in Final Cut Pro that you want to export, select the File menu, drag down to Export, select
Compiling Menu#3 (Menu 3)... otherwise i will make a new project that just has all the videos to play back and we'll see what happens.i'd love a more detailed log than just telling me its More annoying still is that starting over always fixes it. There is one menu with simple buttons to both tracks.
I did an interlaced version and noticed the problem immediately, then did a de-interlaced version and it looked far better. We've got to pause and ask ourselves: How much clean air do we need? ~ Lee Iacocca Reply With Quote 04-18-2005,10:26 AM #8 truth View Profile View Forum Posts click click There is no difference in doing it as one step verses your 2. And my source is a PAL MiniDV tape camcorder.
Reply With Quote Quick Navigation General Ski / Snowboard Discussion Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Ski/Snowboard General Ski / Snowboard Discussion Trip If its compressed it might not like it. I've tried reinstalling DVDSP, throwing out the PAR files, I have no chapters set, etc. The TV.
Field output is set to progressive. https://www.videomaker.com/community/forums/topic/dvd-studio-pro What is CBR? Here was a test I just did where I took the DVDSP project that muxes and replaced everything with the changed files that were recompressed. Can you play back the MPEG-2 in either QT Pro (you need to have the playback component) or if you have VLC or MPEG Streamclip.
Muxing VTS_01_1.VOB Video File Read Error Build cancelled Building was not successful. check over here I don't remember if I was getting the same types of errors, but if your computer is as old as mine, and if you do your fair share of burning, it But from the log your video file isn't playing nice with DVDSPClick to expand... This page was generated at 10:39 AM.
If so, is there anything you are doing different? I have had less then 5 bad burns in DVDSP in the past several years and hundreds of disc made. After selecting a setting, you will need to select a destination for the files. his comment is here All the Best; Bruce Reply Quote Re: Muxing Bitrate Too High Error on DVD SP4 10 years, 7 months ago #9505 Martin_Iverson OFFLINE Producer Posts: 1943 Karma: 1 Well, what is
T (212) 378-0400 . i am going to manually replace all the files into the Track and see if i get lucky. Once Compressor opens just go down to the Batch window, click the icon in the Setting column and select a setting.
share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply KeithPratt, Oct 14, 2011 KeithPratt macrumors 6502a Joined: Mar 6, 2007 #8 The Valeyard said: ↑ I probably Writing VTS_01_0.VOB Muxing VTS_01_1.VOB Internal Muxer Error Build cancelled Formatting finished. Writing VTS_01_0.VOB Writing VIDEO_TS.VOB 1 VTSs and 1 Titles will be created... Comment Post Cancel tominsantafe New User Join Date: Feb 2007 Posts: 7 #5 03-27-2008, 01:21 PM In addition The MPEGS are 6.2mbps two pass.
I then did a test run with a de-interlaced version (using MPEG Streamclip rather than compressor) and it looked far better. Good luck. Compiling VTS#1 (Track 1)... weblink Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by adreedy, adreedy Mar 7, 2011 2:14 PM in response to adreedy Level 1 (25 points) Mar 7, 2011 2:14 PM in response
But as for me DVD-R (never +R) Butild, Test, Format (no losless linking) I have not once get an error or failing master. Reply Quote Re: Muxing Bitrate Too High Error on DVD SP4 10 years, 7 months ago #9504 Man_with_many_Hats OFFLINE Trainee PA Posts: 7 Karma: 0 Well I rather doubt I can At that length there's no need for VBR (2-pass) if you just do a 6-7 Mbps CBR (Constant Bit Rate) encode. 38 minutes is so small it shouldn't be a problem... Ask me about The Digital Guy Connection service Comment Post Cancel tominsantafe New User Join Date: Feb 2007 Posts: 7 #4 03-27-2008, 12:47 PM In Reply Thanks for the responses.
with many variations there of. I will give your bitrate's a try... I have a 60min DVD with two tracks - a main film and a trailer - both pre-encoded in Compressor to Best Quality DVD MPEG2 and Dolby Digital Professional 2.0 audio. Those rates are at the advise of Larry Jordan. Mark Log in or register to post comments 08/28/2006 - 2:40pm Permalink Featured VideoRed Raven Reviewed Recent Forum Topics Mini-DV Audio Volume After...
This type of error is very generic. This only happens on projects that have lots of media and scripting. Either Compressor screwed something up or something else.