Thats why I was thinking maybe you should try remuxing this file in one of your other programs to fix the timeout issue, prior to (or instead of) loading it into AVS2DVD. Setting the video to passthru, the audio to some mild modification, and format from AVI > MP4 (or MP4 > MP4) usually does the job. Sometimes jumping direct to DVD Video conversion to quick-n-dirty repair a funky file introduces other problems, as you've seen (noticeable quality hit, subtitle sync drift). Chances are, a different approach might preserve the subtitle sync. Worst case scenario there are ways to re-calibrate the subtitles: I use Subtitle Workshop and experiment with its various timing adjustments. With your file, there is likely a major sub sync glitch right where it stops playing: with the repaired file on hand as reference, you can fiddle with sub timing adjustments from that point forward (assuming the subs are working in sync up to that point). It can be a slog occasionally with TV episodes (esp ones with uncompensated fades in/out of deleted commercials), but often the subtitles for movies just need goosing at one or two points to set them right. Good luck!
+ Reply to Thread
Results 3,901 to 3,914 of 3914
Last edited by orsetto; 2nd Jun 2020 at 08:57.
Was it Doom9 that I'm remembering as having had that voluminous archive of prior versions of software -- much more so than there ever was here on VH ? Does access to that still exist, or is their forum the last shard of Doom9 that remains ? It seems a bit curious to me if that is somehow maintained, though all other traces of it became extinct . . . . Or maybe I was thinking of some other site, that is also gone ?When in Las Vegas, don't miss the Pinball Hall of Fame Museum http://www.pinballmuseum.org/ -- with over 150 tables from 6+ decades of this quintessentially American art form.
I'm still on 2.8.7. If it ain't broken, don't fix it. This version has been stable on my PC.
They had many tutorials and archived software versions, but this is all gone except for the forum. Doom9 himself (the person) seems to have lost interest, so the forum is in the hands of a small group of moderators and the guy in Sweden who maintains the server. But it works quite well, some sections are very active.
For finding old software versions the Wayback Machine (archive.org) is the place to go.
This is the version history with the changes after 2.8.7. If none of these changes are relevant for you, stick with the old version...
AVStoDVD release 2.8.9 Alpha 190616 (June 16th, 2019)
- Some bugs fixed
- Added support to PGS BluRay subtitles
- Added handling and display of MediaInfo BitDepth video tag
- Added support to 8 channels audio source (Downmix.avsi script file updated)
- Improved Muxing routine: better errors handling and switch to FFmpeg (instead of Mplex) when no audio source is present
- Improved usage of FFMS2: now YV12 colorspace is always specified (A2DSource external AviSynth function updated as well)
- Improved AviSynth program info retrieving routine (now using AVSMeter)
- LAV Filters updated to release 0.74.1
- AVSMeter updated to 126.96.36.199 (2.6.5 modded release to improve reading speed)
AVStoDVD release 2.8.8 Hotfix build 190116 (January 16th, 2019)
- Fixed AviSynth script bug related to tiles w/o audio tracks
AVStoDVD release 2.8.8 (December 28th, 2018)
- Some bugs fixed
- Added 'Audio Peak Level Check' feature in 'Title Edit'/'AviSynth'/'Audio'/'Delay Audio' option
- Added support to OGG chapters txt format (timestamps) in 'Title Edit'/'Chapters'/'Import Chapters' routine
- Added management of 'Default=Yes/No' audio and subs tracks tags from MediaInfo, instead of assuming that 1st track is the default one
- Improved 'Title Edit'/'Chapters'/'Export Chapters' routine
- Improved source chapters detection routine (now it works again for IFO/DVD files)
- Improved handling of NTSC progressive sources with pulldown flags
- MKVToolNix updated to release 23.0.0
- MediaInfo updated to release 18.03
- LAV Filters updated to release 0.73.1
I'm on a brand new install of Windows 10 64-Bit Home (version 1909) and I can't get any video (only audio) when I go to preview a project in AVStoDVD
My old install of Windows 10 (same hardware) did not have this issue.
I've checked to make sure LAV is set to default. I had FFDSHOW installed so I deleted (uninstalled) it. Still no luck.
Any ideas?"The eyes are the first thing that you have to destroy ... because they have seen too many bad things" - Lucio Fulci
EXPLORE THE FILMS OF LUCIO FULCI - THE MAESTRO OF GORE
can someone tell me why when converted to dvd this file keeps ending up with no sound- tried three different sources and all end up with no sound once converted to dvd-
dvd log attached below-thanks in advance
when i click play nothing happens at all ?, the file has sound before encoding and have three different versions of the file and they all have sound before encounding but all have no sound after encoding
the graph looks like that minus the video decoder bit and when you click play nothing happens, also i originally used wavi aften and got same result of no sound after encode, i only tried ffmpeg to see if result came out with sound after encoding as wavi was not giving me any sound either
just reinstalled lav filters and that option now plays sound-going to re encode now-will update you on end product dave
Last edited by tyson25; 28th Aug 2020 at 13:36.