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i had problems with tmpgenc...now it is bbmpeg...always at 67% i am getting...unable to write to output file...what can we do??
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i had problems with tmpgenc...now it is bbmpeg...always at 67% i am getting...unable to write to output file...what can we do??
What's your free disk space on your target drive
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i have 6 gigs left...???
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Hi big,

I suggest you do a scandisk (full) on that drive
Seems there's some problem in the FAT or a physical surface error.

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i have don chkdsk /f and defrag...still the same error...who can help me...i have had enough with tmpgenc now bbmpeg...
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Hi big,

Verify that your BBMpeg settings are exactly like this:

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yep, they are like that...
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instead putting 0 at forced mux rate i left the number that appeared (352 and multiplex my files with bbmpeg and it went ok...why isn't it working when i put your settings from your guide???
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instead putting 0 at forced mux rate i left the number that appeared (352 and multiplex my files with bbmpeg and it went ok...why isn't it working when i put your settings from your guide???
I'm not sure about that. But you're probably going to have problems playing that mpeg file on a standalone player
This is the first time I hear this

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02-08-2003, 09:19 AM
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here is what bbmpeg is showing me when multiplexing

Video: none

Audio: none

Output MPEG information
Video: none

Audio: none

Multiplexing: video and one audio stream
program stream type: VCD
video file: c:\documents and settings\mes documents\films\movie2.m1v
audio 1 file: c:\documents and settings\mes documents\films\lilo.mp2
program file: temp.mpg


Multiplexing video and audio:

Scanning video stream for a sequence header ...

Scanning video stream for pictures ...
Found 122671 picture headers.
Video stream information
Stream length : 808999570
Total time (seconds) : 5116
Sequence start : 5112
Sequence end : 1
No. Pictures : 122671
No. Groups : 5112
No. I Frames : 5112 avg. size 29778 bytes
No. P Frames : 35779 avg. size 9291 bytes
No. B Frames : 81780 avg. size 3966 bytes
No. D Frames : 0 avg. size 0 bytes
Horizontal size : 528
Vertical size : 480
Aspect ratio : 1.0950
Picture rate : 23.976 frames/sec
Bit rate : variable
Computed avg rate : 158750 bytes/sec (1270000 bits/sec)
Computed max rate : 349150 bytes/sec (2793200 bits/sec)
Vbv buffer size : 40960 bytes
CSPF : 0

Scanning audio stream for access units information
Found 195845 audio frame headers.
MPEG audio stream information
Stream length : 40927609
Syncwords : 195845
Frames : 3996 size 208 bytes
Frames : 191849 size 209 bytes
Layer : 2
CRC checksums : yes
Bit rate : 8000 bytes/sec (64 kbit/sec)
Frequency : 44.1 kHz
Mode : 2 dual channel
Mode extension : 0
Copyright bit : 1 copyright protected
Original/Copy : 1 original
Emphasis : 0 none

Multiplexing information
Video stream data rate : 349150 bytes/sec (2793200 bits/sec)
Audio stream 1 data rate : 8000 bytes/sec (64000 bits/sec)
Overhead data rate : 4700 bytes/sec (37600 bits/sec)
Total data rate : 361850 bytes/sec (2894800 bits/sec)

Multiplexing file temp00.mpg
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