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    Hi. Quick question here. I've always used ConvertXtoDVD to convert and burn AVI/MKV to DVD. Tonight it caused sync issues so I thought I'd try another program. After some reading, I decided to try AVStoDVD. I waited 2 hours for it to encode the video, and when it finally got to the audio, it crashed. The encoded video quality is phenomenal and I don't want to lose it... I just don't have any audio. I still want this final product to reach a DVD.

    Right now I have a 3.7GB .m2v

    It was going to end up on a standard single-layer DVD.

    What can I do to rip the source audio to fit the remainder of the dvd, combine it with the video, and produce DVD-ready files so I can burn it?

    I've done a bit of this stuff in the past, but I'm really lost here. Any help is greatly appreciated.


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  2. Hi arcooke,

    could you please post the log file of the crashed project?

    Thanks



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    MrC

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    It turns out after I closed the command prompt window doing the audio work, avstodvd resumed and finished doing everything. Tested everything out.. perfectly in sync, no missing audio, nothing wrong that I can find.

    So, it errored out, but let me finish my job.
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  4. From the log file you sent me, the converted movie was quite long (2h30'). When using Wavi+Aften, the intermediate wave file is larger than 4GB. That may lead to app crash. Then the backup routine (FFmpeg based) gets in, most of the cases resulting successful.

    I have to find a way to make AVStoDVD to catch Wavi crashing at runtime, or, alternatively to directly go with FFmpeg when there are very large wave files.

    Users opinions are appreciated.



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