Then I import the audio file (AC3) and it imports OK and plays back in "preview" (both video and audio do) in DVDSP4. What are the settings of your source material? One works in DVDSP and the other does not (as labeled in filenames). Newer versions of Compressor should be much improved, too. my review here
Replacing the drive solved the problem. Compiling VTS#1 (Film)... Not really. See what that does for you. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2774129?start=0&tstart=0
Yes, it plays in the simulator. I was getting burning errors on my Dual 2 GHz G5 not too long ago. Whatever I see here is exactly what the burned disc looks like. Precompiling Project UNTITLED Compiling VMG Information...
As it stands, even with the addition of Adobe products (as of CS3) and the return of MainConcept to Mac (v1.5 was short-lived), there are so many Windows-entrenched videographers out there, All that HuffYUV did was preserve all the picture detail AND noise, so that you could filter it out cleaner before encoding to a compressed format, as well as apply multi-pass Canopus and CCE made $0 from that boneheaded move. What is different is the Final Cut files before I compressed them.
My final DVD will need to store 2 hours of similar source video, so it may only get worse. It mostly suffered a time delay, as the Windows-origin software was being ported to Mac hardware, with little made by way of advancements. Corrupt projects tend to just get slowly worse until the only way to fix it is to start over. https://forums.creativeplanetnetwork.com/forum/final-cut-studio/dvd-studio-pro/51007-internal-muxer-error-victim All of the pro encoders run about $500 range.
Writing VTS_02_0.VOB 2 VTSs and 2 Titles will be created... Precompiling Project DRAGON_DVD_100908_01 Compiling VMG Information... It may have been as high as $99. All rights reserved. © 2014 NewBay Media, LLC.
If its compressed it might not like it. this page share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply The Valeyard, Oct 14, 2011 The Valeyard thread starter macrumors member Joined: Apr 26, 2009 #13 Richardthe4th said: Again, that's the difference between MainConcept, which comes with a full GUI of all available options, and something like x264, which is either command-line or relies on a GUI/front-end programmer knowing So now I am ruling out the intermediate compression step).
share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply Richardthe4th, Oct 14, 2011 Richardthe4th macrumors regular Joined: Jan 4, 2008 Location: Below Sealevel #12 I assume you I guess I'll try recompressing everything. When it moved to the Reference system, cost about doubled for the MPEG-2 encoder. get redirected here i had another project i did earlier in the day that contained some (not all) of the files, and they all went fine.This is like losing your wallet downtown but looking
And since you're on a deadline, while you are investigating, just let DVDSP crunch it. I don't have it in front of me to give some of the other settings for this encoder choice, but can get those if it would help. Powered by vBulletin Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc.
I still like the MainConcept Reference (for Mac) output the best, but am not sure I can swing the purchase right now. Maybe that'll be more clear as to what it's trying to generate. I did find out how to setup custom encoding profiles for Mpeg2 in Compressor, and it seems to give about the same level of control as TMPGenc, and some filters, so oh wellaustin Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by adreedy, adreedy Mar 7, 2011 4:52 PM in response to adreedy Level 1 (25 points) Mar 7, 2011 4:52 PM
Most pro software and hardware has been Windows-only for almost a decade now, with few exceptions. Password Ask Question Join / Register FAQ Today's Posts Basic Search Advanced Search How to Support digitalFAQ.com · When Will My Question Be Answered? · I made edits and am experimenting with reimporting and changing formats. Any help is appereciated, as I'm already past deadline.
Comment Post Cancel TheDigitalGuy Moderator Join Date: Apr 2004 Posts: 621 #10 03-29-2008, 10:00 PM and you used Dolby Digital AC3 audio? i will recompress all video's in the track since there's not a clear way to determine which is the culprit. I would say HCEnc is maybe better than others in the same price range ($0), but that's about it. This type of error is very generic.
I just downloaded but haven't got beyond that.