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  1. Hi,

    I have not been able to get this to work using the most recent official version (2.5.5030). I can select the dvr-ms asset. When it is converting the file for making a DVD the FPS reads 0 and it stops at 99.8%. Never gets farther than that. I can see the file it is creating on the hard drive. However it does not make it to the next step of creating the titleset and burning the DVD. I have tried it with different files. Any suggestions?

    Thanks for your help!
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  2. Can you attach your log file?
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  3. Here is a log file attached "svcd2dvdlog-20100302204218"
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  4. I am not sure which is the correct log file to use without doing the process again. I think 3912 is the correct one.
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    Can you run again on the Chuck_KAREDT_01_03_2010_18_58_01_S2D.mpg file please (it will not reprocess it and will go straight to the DVD creation). If it fails, can you post the log for that please?

    This is based on the 3912 file which does seem to go to DVD creation:

    20:39:17:
    DVD Folders: Processing C:\Users\Public\Recorded TV\No Commercial\Chuck_KAREDT_01_03_2010_18_58_01_S2D.mp g...
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  6. Those old files are gone now. I tried it again using different files. It was stuck at 99.3%. I aborted the process and then started the file burn again. I received this error:
    Version: SVCD2DVD 2.5
    Build: 2.5.5030.0

    Type: System.AccessViolationException

    Source: SVCD2DVD

    Message: Attempted to read or write protected memory. This is often an indication that other memory is corrupt.

    InnerException:

    StackTrace: at x3284ccece41ee22b.xd3764d4f1e921081.AuthorDVD(xc76 139390a97debb xd2637df501625a82, x81974c36d7fdf1e1 xb4ee5c1758e9e983, Int32 xdc4f66b5011a3c9d, String[] x738d70b20493db82, Boolean x6b20cb17e8070d92, Boolean x3c21da9f928aac10)
    at x3284ccece41ee22b.xd3764d4f1e921081.x2e6504f39decc 498()
    at x3284ccece41ee22b.xd3764d4f1e921081.xf81783e1b359f fc3()
    at System.Threading.ThreadHelper.ThreadStart_Context( Object state)
    at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.Run(ExecutionCon text executionContext, ContextCallback callback, Object state)
    at System.Threading.ThreadHelper.ThreadStart()

    I notice the S2D.mpg files created show 0 bytes. I am attaching the two log files.
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  7. I closed the program as was going to shuit down the computer. I noticed the CPU was showing a lot of activity. Task Manager shows ffmpeg.exe *32 running twice and using 35% of the CPU each. I checked the properties of the running file and they are from this closed application. There is no log file updated. So now it looks like one of the ffmpeg processes finished and one of the 0 byte S2D.mpg files is now 46,274KB. I tried playing the file and it has audio but no video.
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    I know these files are large but would you be able to upload one (or a smaller one which exhibits the same issue) to my FTP - so i can investigate the issue locally?
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  9. I have a dvrms file that is around 1.5GB. I could upload that one. I could try to record a small portion of a show and see if I can get a smaller file.
    Please send me instructions on uploading it to your ftp
    spuchniak at gmail dot com.
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    I will email you the details. Thanks
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