I'm trying to build a menu for a DVD that will have two x265 videos, one much larger than the other. When it tries to build the menu, the first video seems to go fine, but it always gives me an error when it's working on the second: "Warning! Cannot create DVD Thumbnail from Title 2"
That's the last thing it records; it doesn't record the error'19:10:54' AVStoDVD Release 2.8.6 loaded!
'19:10:54' AviSynth 2.6.0 is installed ("C:\WINDOWS\system32\avisynth.dll").
'19:10:54' LAV Filters 0.65.0 is installed ("C:\Program Files (x86)\LAV Filters\x86\LAVVideo.ax").
'19:10:54' ImgBurn 2.5.0 is installed ("C:\Program Files (x86)\ImgBurn\ImgBurn.exe").
'19:10:54' New AVStoDVD Project started!
'19:11:00' MediaInfoLib - v0.7.77 initialized.
'19:11:00' Title 1 "E:\Capture\F2 2017 - Race 05 - Austria - Sprint Race.mp4" added.
'19:11:12' MediaInfoLib - v0.7.77 initialized.
'19:11:12' Title 2 "E:\Capture\F1 2017 - Race 09 - Austria - Austrian Grand Prix.mp4" added.
'19:13:29' Static 16:9 Thumbnails based DVD Menu initialized.
Video 1 info:
HEVC - 7539 kbps - 1920x1080 - DAR 16:9 - 29.97 fps (VFR) - 44:28 minutes - 79972 frames
MPEG-1 Audio layer 2 - 192 kbps - CBR - 2 ch - 48000 Hz - 44:28 minutes (0 ms delay) - UN - Internal
Video 2 info:
HEVC - 6178 kbps - 1920x1080 - DAT 16:9 - 29.97 fps (VFR) - 2:26:46 hours - 263913 frames
MPEG-1 Audio layer 2 - 192 kbps CBR - 2 ch - 48000 Hz - 2:26:46 hours (0 ms delay) - UN - Internal
Any help would be appreciated.
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This could be due to the old version of LAV filters, probably worth updating.
You could try selecting the title in the main window and at the top codecs/build directshow filter graph
When the graph appears you can press the play button and the file should play.
I have been using an old version of AVStoDVD for quite a while. I tried updating before but always had audio sync issues. I couldnt get it fixed so I went back to a previous version. Some how my program got updated. Now Im having the sync issues again. Ive tried finding a similar software that would work and I have tried lots but couldnt find anything that I like.
Does anyone know how I can fix this? I hate having to remake a dvd or re download videos multiple times trying to find one that wont give me an audio error.
This is the log of the last DVD I created. 2 videos, both had audio sync issues.
LAV filters so they actually get used,
so the system defaults to the MS filters.
Take a look at the top, Codecs/ Preferred directshow codecs.
Alternatively, go into preferences, avisynth tab and set FFMpegsource for video and audio. Save preferences as default,
rebuild you project and retry.
i agree with FFmpegsource set in preferences
if your source plays 'flawlessly' on the PC , then stick with the same source
very hard to solve issues, if you keep changing the source file
Hi folks, may I ask about this problem. I have been using AVStoDVD for a couple of months, the latest version. I am using it "out of the box" and until yesterday it worked fine with just about anything I threw at it. Now, though, with different MP4 source files that play back fine in VLC, it will not complete conversion to DVD. I get the following error message and a log file which I can't interpret at all (beyond my technical knowledge).
Any pointers to how conversion can be fixed?
your log shows that AVStoDVD stumbled at the authoring stage using BatchMux. Video and audio got converted just fine. This means that something about your DVD menu throws BatchMux off. To analyze this further you need to post your BatchMux log file (E:\Mediadisk\DTV og DVD\DVD_9_BatchMux.log). To be able to see this file you might need to uncheck the options "Delete temporary DVD assets files" and "Delete AVStoDVD working files".
Maybe you should repeat your conversion using a simpler menu. It also might help to specify FFmpegSource instead of A2DSource under "Preferences" for both video and audio.
Two other things in your AVStoDVD configuration stick out (not related to the current issue):
1. You use an old and very deprecated version of ffdshow as your source filter. This is no problem as long as your source files are decoded correctly (the HEVC format will not work AFAIK). It is recommended to uninstall ffdshow and the Haali splitter and use a current version of LAV Filters instead.
2. You use some Microsoft source filters as your preferred DirectShow source filters. This often leads to audio / video sync problems. It is recommended to change the preferred filter settings to either LAV or ffdshow under "Codecs -> Preferred DirectShow Codecs Setup".
Thanks Manolito. Here is the BatchMux log. I have no idea what it says.
I author with DVD menu disabled, always did, and have the same setting now. I also tried changing A2DSource to FFmpegSource but that did not help.
When your suggestions did not work for me, I uninstalled the programme and reinstalled it, but the exact same problem occurs.
Since you do not use menus this issue looks like buffer problems.
MuxMan (which does the authoring work for BatchMux) is very picky when it comes to buffer underflows. Your target bitrate of 8500 kbps is well inside the DVD specs, but FFmpeg has a habit to overshoot the max bitrate.
Two things you could try:
1. Reduce the bitrate settings. Under "View/Edit title settings -> Video" uncheck "Auto Video Setup" and "Auto Bitrate Calculation". Then set your bitrate to 8000 kbps or even lower,
2. Or change your encoder from FFmpeg to HCenc in the same window. HCenc handles the VBV buffer much better than FFmpeg so there is a good chance that MuxMan will author the resulting streams without errors.
The BatchMux log file is reporting "BatchMux: ERROR opening Log File E:\Mediadisk\DTV og DVD\AVS to DVD\DVD_9_MuxMan.log". There was a similar issue here, and the issue was related to some writing permission problems in Wine under Linux.
In addition to manolito's suggestion, may you try to use as output folder a simpler folder, where you are 100% sure to have writing permissions, such as "C:\DVD"?
Thanks for the suggestions, MrC and Manolito. I have tried them all and even then some, to no avail. I will probably wait until there is an update and then reinstall it. For the moment I will look into other softwares, I guess.
This time your problems have nothing to do with audio, it's the subtitle track which causes the trouble.
Unfortunately I am quite ignorant about subs, so I cannot really help much here. I suggest that you read the "FAQ - Subtitles Encoding" in the AVStoDVD help file. Otherwise you have to wait for MrC to tackle the issue...
Update: I wish that I had uploaded the SRT here, so that you could have tested it. I think I just downloaded another srt file and used it...
Last edited by Nicety1; 8th Oct 2017 at 20:45. Reason: Add info
let's understand first if there are problem in extracting the SRT subs from the MKV: open the MKV using the demux tool (Tools > Demux File) and extract the SRT track.
If you are able to get the SRT file, you can either try to run again the project adding the SRT file as separate subs file or you can upload the SRT here, so that we can test it.
If you cannot extract the SRT file, well, big trouble. Upload the MKV somewhere for us to test it.
A new 2.8.7 alpha release is available to download.
Change log (cumulative from 2.8.6):
- Some bugs fixed
- Added support to WebM files (*.webm) as input files, subset of Matroska
- Added warning messages when AVC/AAC title is added and Microsoft DTV-DVD decoders are default codecs
- Added a warning message when input title has a DVD compliant audio track with delay, to force audio re-encode
- Added check of .NET Framework 2 presence in 'Preferences'/'System'/'Software Info'
- Added BDSup2Sub 5.1.2 to improve bitmap-based subs handling (resize and resync). It requires Java Runtime Environment
- Added check of Java Runtime Environment presence in 'Preferences'/'System'/'Software Info'
- Improved support of VobSub subtitles: resize and resync from BD sources is now implemented with BDSup2Sub
- Improved handling of "non-mod4" interlaced sources within the AviSynth script generation routine
- Revised video encoder smart selection rationale: no more HCenc VBR 1-pass for multicore CPUs
- LAV Filters updated to release 0.70.2
- AVSMeter updated to release 2.6.5
I get this error when loading job lists. Runtime error 6 Overflow. Using A2D 2.8.4. Looks like A2D has problems loading large job list above 30KB. It loads fine when the job list is like 20KB.
Last edited by digicube; 4th Oct 2017 at 22:36.
I must admit, I've not used this feature. According to the A2D help, only 30 items are allowed in the list. It doesn't say anything about the
size in Kb.
Have you tried this in the latest release? Perhaps it's already fixed.
Last edited by Nicety1; 10th Oct 2017 at 02:08.
BTW, you said "bye". Am I to read anything into that? That you won't respond to any more things I ask about conversion? That I am banned from the forum? That I should voluntarily leave for my own good? Expound, please/
Last edited by Nicety1; 9th Oct 2017 at 12:18.
HERE and they mention NOTHING of what you speak. Specifically, it says, "Backup: You have the right to make A backup of your media. You can back up AS MUCH (which would include making a copy for a friend) or as little as you wish."