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  1. I tried to author a DVD of an avi (25 fps; 640x480) I converted to m2v (25fps; lanczos4resized to 720x480 with Avisynth). I used DGPulldown to flag it from 25>29.97. When I plugged it into DVDAuthorGUI, I got this warning:

    ++ WARN: [???] Stream e0: data will arrive too late sent(SCR)=22483090 required(DTS)=0
    ++ WARN: [???] Video e0: buf= 139108 frame=006242 sector=00055639
    ++ WARN: [???] Audio bd: buf= 8515 frame=007822 sector=00001490
    I deleted the file and plugged the avi back into my encoder. This time I forgot to use DGPulldown afterwards and did not get the warning but got another one about DVDAuthorGUI trying to convert it to NTSC so I stopped the program and put the m2v back into DGPulldown and did the 25>29.97 again. When I put it back into DVDAuthorGUI, I got the above "data will arrive too late" warning. The combine audio and video bitrate is well below the target bitrate (the video is less than 3GB and the audio is 96 kb/s).

    What am I doing wrong? This is not the first time I've turned a 25 fps 720x480 avi into a m2v and DVD? It seems to have more to do with DGPulldown which has not given me problems with other files.
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    Either too large of a GOP, or your bitrate/VBV buffer went too high at that point. For 25 to 29.97 keep the GOP at 15 or less. What mpeg encoder are you using? If HCEnc, this is also a problem when changing the VBR bias.
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  3. i have the same problem, but it might not be caused by the same thing. i have almost fixed it, and i'm taking a break to post here to help whoever started this thread, because disturbed1 didn't explain much in the first post.

    i pasted my error log at the bottom to show where i am. my problem will probably be fixed by the time this post is replied to, so don't bother trying to help me. i want to finish within 2 days and i'll give up on this way to make a dvd which immitates a professional first run video dvd if i can't figure it out in 2 days.

    i made a dvd using a handful of different pieces of software to modify the videos and audios (instructions of what i did on my website) which burned and worked. then when i used kdenlive in debian linux to add a transparent still layer to the menu video, and it rendered at double the video bitrate. even when i lowered the video bitrate under half, dvdauthorgui on windows 7 still thinks the bitrate is double, so 25k bitrate doubled is 50k as you can see below. you can also see below that the buffer runs out, so even when i check the ignore errors box in dvdauthorgui, the dvd doesn't work. (as an aside i read on another forum post that checking ignore errors will allow the dvd to burn so it's worth a try to check the box to see if the authoring finishes)

    i have narrowed the problem down to the rendering process, so the rendering software for the menu. i'm trying different options to make dvdauthorgui think the video is 25k bitrate video.

    i hope this helps.

    *(mlex)multiplexing menu 1......
    INFO: [mplex.exe] mplex version 1.9.0 (2.2.7 $Date: 2006/02/01 22:23:01 $)
    INFO: [mplex.exe] File C:\Users\Leck4p1\Videos\christmasdvd20132014\finis hedmpgs\menuvidaudio72.demuxed.m2v looks like an MPEG Video stream.
    INFO: [mplex.exe] File C:\Users\Leck4p1\Videos\christmasdvd20132014\finis hedmpgs\menuvidaudio62 Tc0 L2 2ch 48 384 DELAY 0ms.mp2 looks like an MPEG Audio stream.
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Video stream 0: profile 8 selected - ignoring non-standard options!
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Found 1 audio streams and 1 video streams
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Selecting dvdauthor DVD output profile
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Multiplexing video program stream!
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Scanning for header info: Video stream e0 (C:\Users\Leck4p1\Videos\christmasdvd20132014\fini shedmpgs\menuvidaudio72.demuxed.m2v)
    INFO: [mplex.exe] VIDEO STREAM: e0
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Frame width : 768
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Frame height : 576
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Aspect ratio : 1:1 pixels
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Picture rate : 25.000 frames/sec
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Bit rate : variable
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Vbv buffer size : 356352 bytes
    INFO: [mplex.exe] CSPF : 0
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Scanning for header info: Audio stream c0 (C:\Users\Leck4p1\Videos\christmasdvd20132014\fini shedmpgs\menuvidaudio62 Tc0 L2 2ch 48 384 DELAY 0ms.mp2)
    INFO: [mplex.exe] MPEG AUDIO STREAM: c0
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Audio version : 1.0
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Layer : 2
    INFO: [mplex.exe] CRC checksums : no
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Bit rate : 49152 bytes/sec (384 kbit/sec)
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Frequency : 48000 Hz
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Mode : 0 stereo
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Mode extension : 0
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Copyright bit : 0 no copyright
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Original/Copy : 1 original
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Emphasis : 0 none
    INFO: [mplex.exe] SYSTEMS/PROGRAM stream:
    INFO: [mplex.exe] rough-guess multiplexed stream data rate : 0402496
    INFO: [mplex.exe] target data-rate specified : 10080000
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Setting specified specified data rate: 10080000
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Run-in delay = 7200 Video delay = 7200 Audio delay = 10800
    INFO: [mplex.exe] New sequence commences...
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Video e0: buf= 0 frame=000000 sector=00000000
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Audio c0: buf= 0 frame=000000 sector=00000000
    ++ WARN: [mplex.exe] Stream e0: data will arrive too late sent(SCR)=2116900 required(DTS)=2116800
    ++ WARN: [mplex.exe] Video e0: buf= 72890 frame=000586 sector=00002970
    ++ WARN: [mplex.exe] Audio c0: buf= 1937 frame=000976 sector=00000557
    ++ WARN: [mplex.exe] Stream e0: data will arrive too late sent(SCR)=5000484 required(DTS)=5000400
    ++ WARN: [mplex.exe] Video e0: buf= 70865 frame=001387 sector=00011574
    ++ WARN: [mplex.exe] Audio c0: buf= 1237 frame=002311 sector=00001318
    ++ WARN: [mplex.exe] Stream e0: data will arrive too late sent(SCR)=5044370 required(DTS)=5040000
    ++ WARN: [mplex.exe] Video e0: buf= 2025 frame=001398 sector=00011863
    ++ WARN: [mplex.exe] Audio c0: buf= 0 frame=002330 sector=00001329
    ++ WARN: [mplex.exe] Stream e0: data will arrive too late sent(SCR)=5774482 required(DTS)=5774400
    ++ WARN: [mplex.exe] Video e0: buf= 52640 frame=001602 sector=00016296
    ++ WARN: [mplex.exe] Audio c0: buf= 1769 frame=002670 sector=00001523
    ++ WARN: [mplex.exe] Stream e0: data will arrive too late sent(SCR)=5818368 required(DTS)=5814000
    ++ WARN: [mplex.exe] Video e0: buf= 2025 frame=001613 sector=00016586
    ++ WARN: [mplex.exe] Audio c0: buf= 0 frame=002688 sector=00001533
    ++ WARN: [mplex.exe] Stream c0: data will arrive too late sent(SCR)=5862400 required(DTS)=5853600
    ++ WARN: [mplex.exe] Video e0: buf= 0 frame=001625 sector=00016875
    ++ WARN: [mplex.exe] Audio c0: buf= 2020 frame=002707 sector=00001544
    INFO: [mplex.exe] STREAM e0 completed
    INFO: [mplex.exe] STREAM c0 completed
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Multiplex completion at SCR=5901312.
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Video e0: completed
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Audio c0: completed
    INFO: [mplex.exe] VIDEO_STATISTICS: e0
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Video Stream length: 34583446 bytes
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Sequence headers: 138
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Sequence ends : 0
    INFO: [mplex.exe] No. Pictures : 1637
    INFO: [mplex.exe] No. Groups : 138
    INFO: [mplex.exe] No. I Frames : 138 avg. size 56523 bytes
    INFO: [mplex.exe] No. P Frames : 852 avg. size 29960 bytes
    INFO: [mplex.exe] No. B Frames : 648 avg. size 1877 bytes
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Average bit-rate : 4222400 bits/sec
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Peak bit-rate : 11148400 bits/sec
    INFO: [mplex.exe] BUFFERING min 21 Buf max 237115
    INFO: [mplex.exe] AUDIO_STATISTICS: c0
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Audio stream length 3143808 bytes.
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Syncwords : 2729
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Frames : 2729 padded
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Frames : 0 unpadded
    INFO: [mplex.exe] BUFFERING min 15 Buf max 2076
    **ERROR: [mplex.exe] MUX STATUS: Frame data under-runs detected!

    edited...
    i just noticed both buffers are underruning, so i need to play with the bitrates i believe.
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  4. well i got it to work. i needed to change the bitrate while adding nav packets to the standard dvd bitrate. i used root terminal in debian linux to do this. i'll post the code here. complete instructions how to make a video dvd like first run professional video dvds are on my website as well as easier instructions to make dvds with premade menus and no menus.

    replace input.mpg and output.mpg with the absolute path including all directories. input has to be mp2 or mp4 and output will be mp2 with empty nav packets. you will have to install some libraries if this doesn't work. if you don't have linux, try muxing (multiplexing which means "render" more or less) with dvd type bitrates.

    ffmpeg -i input.mpg -f mpegts -target pal-dvd -vb 6000k -acodec copy output.mpg

    again complete instructions for making video dvds of all difficulties will be on my website before new years day january 2015 www.Lecksite.com . this is the most advanced type which immitates a movie dvd which was made by the big production companies and uses 5 different programs across 2 operating systems (windows and debian linux) to complete.
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  5. This just reeks of spam. Just joined the site for this, almost seven years too late, and promoting your website. Obviously the problem is too high of a max bitrate, probably from using a crappy encoder that doesn't abide by the figures you set. Or maybe you didn't set any max bitrate.
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Peak bit-rate : 11148400 bits/sec
    this is the most advanced type which immitates a movie dvd which was made by the big production companies...
    Nonsense.
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    Well, for one, the VBV is wrong for DVD: He set it to 356352 bytes when it should be 224 kBytes. It's also using MP2 audio (which isn't legit for single audio NTSC DVDs).

    And did you get a load of that website!? Looks like it's from the '90s - reverse color, frames and all.

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  7. INFO: [mplex.exe] Frame width : 768
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Frame height : 576
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Aspect ratio : 1:1 pixels
    That would be a problem as well
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    Originally Posted by Cornucopia View Post
    And did you get a load of that website!? Looks like it's from the '90s - reverse color, frames and all.
    OMG, that's like the worst layout I have seen in decades.

    A bit disappointing to see no blinking text though.

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    Yup! (Didn't even catch that, doh! - though for the problem listed I thought first about looking to VBV issues).

    "Just like big production companies" indeed.

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  10. Originally Posted by Cornucopia View Post
    It's also using MP2 audio (which isn't legit for single audio NTSC DVDs).
    I think he's trying to make a (non-compliant) PAL DVD, although one wonders why if he's in the US.

    INFO: [mplex.exe] Frame width : 768
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Frame height : 576
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Aspect ratio : 1:1 pixels
    INFO: [mplex.exe] Picture rate : 25.000 frames/sec

    There's so much wrong here. He's just authoring, right, and not also reencoding? He butchered the encoding already, I guess.
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    Originally Posted by Cornucopia View Post
    And did you get a load of that website!? Looks like it's from the '90s - reverse color, frames and all.
    OMG, that's like the worst layout I have seen in decades.

    A bit disappointing to see no blinking text though.

    If you really want to have a laugh, go to "designing a website" and look at the websites categorized as "example advanced websites by Lecksite".
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    Although indirectly within this site, he has broken atleast one of our rules by advocating the obtaining of warez.

    And I thought I was the worst website designer on this planet.
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    Originally Posted by Groucho2004 View Post
    Originally Posted by newpball View Post
    Originally Posted by Cornucopia View Post
    And did you get a load of that website!? Looks like it's from the '90s - reverse color, frames and all.
    OMG, that's like the worst layout I have seen in decades.

    A bit disappointing to see no blinking text though.

    If you really want to have a laugh, go to "designing a website" and look at the websites categorized as "example advanced websites by Lecksite".
    This is surreal, at one point I thought perhaps he was making a parody but no it seems to be the real thing, he is listed as a professional website designer on LinkedIn.

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