this is my first post
i used the forum search alot for my questions but now i got a problem that i can't find in the forum.
I want to create a svcd with chapters.
I got a mpg file from tmpenc.
I cut it to 3 peaces.
The firts 2 peaces with chapters went well.
Got 2 bin file that i have burned to cd and works great.
But the last bin file i got a error.
I select the mpg file add chapters en when i want to make the bin file, it only creates the xml file and then gives me an error.
Copy from log file: 0 [main] vcdxbuild 3560 handle_exceptions: Exception: STATUS_ACCESS_VIOLATION
170588 [main] vcdxbuild 3560 open_stackdumpfile: Dumping stack trace to vcdxbuild.exe.stackdump
Can someone please tell me what is going wrong?
i do the same as the other 2 files but still i get this error.
I tryed it for severall times.
PLease help. thanks.
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thanks for all the help.
Try and be patient. As I've stated in the past this isn't a real time chat and it may take some time before someone has an answer for you. I wish I could offer you some help with your question, but I haven't run into that particular problem with VCDEasy. I'm sure someone will come along soon enough with an answer for you.Warning! I'm baaaaaaaaack
Originally Posted by kayfam
You did not post in quite the right forum so I've moved you to
where I'm sure someone can assist.
Originally Posted by offline
i will wait and see.
I had that problem by a friend once or twice.
The MPEG@-file had a SVCD header: The problem occured
when it had a VCD-NON STANDARD header : NO ERROR
So I think that there once in a while errors are in the multi-plexing procces.
Ever tried Multi-plexing the file Again ? Even with other multi-plex tools ?
I rather think that there was an error in the encoding procces, altough when you play the file on pc or home-dvd you will not see/hear an error.(burned without chapters)
Ever tried to re-encode the third part of your movie?
I myself have never tested this. My friend burned the cd without chapters.
and the cd played fine
I'm making suggestions, not giving solutions as I never had tested it.
I hope my meaning could help you to find the solution.