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  1. Guest
    I have ripped about a 100 or more DVD's so far and have never encountered this error yet. I rip the vob's with smart ripper, then go to extract my audio with dvd2avi, selecting the pcm track, because the only 2 audio tracks are dts and pcm, the dvd is The Eagles: Hell Freezes Over. It rips the audio and afterwards i check to see if the audio file is playable and it is. I load the project in TMPGenc, loading the d2v and the pcm track. It gets to about 10 minutes into the encoding then an error message pops up that says: Read error occurred at address 01445F2B of module 'Dvd2Avi.Vfp'with 01C1DEBF. I have tried re-ripping the audio a few times, used different versions of tmpgenc and dvd2avi and get the same problem. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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    Join Date
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    It isn't sure, that the error occures due to the audio.
    Do seperate video and audio encodes and see. If it work fine, mux afterwards.
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    Silver Spring, MD USA
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    Whenever I've run into that error, I convert the d2v file to a dummy avi file using the VFAPI convertor app from here on vcdhelp.com. I dont know if it makes a real difference, but when I used the converted file, the resulting encode looked clearer and sharper. I'm not sure if the difference was psychological or not.
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