Hi folks! As said in my other post, I'm a Roxio Creator 2010 refugee - that software crashes on my new Windows 10 machine. It ran decently for years on my Windows 7 machine, if v-e-r-y slowly; the Win 10 box was motivated to getting through my backlog of saved Tivo shows burned more quickly So I'm looking for an alternative.
I tried multiAVCHD 4.1.771. I have handed the program both two HD *.mp4 files (edited with VideoReDo) to try to turn each into an AVC-HD disk. In each case, the program proceeded to produce an on-disk structure that looked like it might be a valid AVC-HD. I burned them to a DVD-RW in UDF format with Roxio Creator 10's "Burn Data Disc - Advanced" plugin, and the discs all failed to play on my Oppo BluRay player.
I also tried an MPEG-2 *.mpg file, also edited with VideoRedo, and it just failed during transcoding:
Check ffdshow/avisynth/haali (reinstall!)
(download link here)
DEBUG: Try to play [c:\multiAVCHD\_TEMP\multiTEMP-20200607\20200607-133342-uncrop-running-avs) in MPC or other player, which supports AviSynth scripts and report the error to the author!
Downloading a fresh ffdshow did not help, same result.
I can use mp4, no complaints - VideoReDo can do lots of stuff. But the failure to be able to create a usable AVCHD disk sucks more - thoughts? Does this work for you?
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ive had this same issue for a long time and can not fix it no matter what i try ... if you sort it please post back here with an update
There is a specific set of “helper” apps, and a specific order of installation and configuration in order to get MultiAvchd to work properly. The original “HowTo” was posted on the AdubVideo web site (“Setup a Proper Playback Chain in Windows”). Any time I’ve had an issue with MultiAvchd I go back to this as a starting point and it normally resolves the issue.