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11-25-2003, 04:44 PM
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None of the officials release of 2.5.3 included ffvfw. It was removed.
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Thank god :P

*edit* So, nomo error with 2.53?

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11-25-2003, 05:29 PM
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Thank god :P

*edit* So, nomo error with 2.53?

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I used to always load the beta version of 2.5.3 that sh0dan provided to us before the official release and I didn't have any error since a long time.
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12-20-2003, 05:57 PM
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I'm having the same error as you point out: "illegal floating..."
I have TMPGEnc plus 2.513.53.162 (core 1.96.149). I was using avisynth 2.52. Encoding from a DVD, 528x576, CQ 72.43. MA new script.
After having twice this error, I changed to avisynth 2.53 (build Nov 11 2003). But still have the same error.
I tried to lower CQ to 69.9, but the same error.
What else can I do?. Do I have to change the TMPGEnc Plus version?.
Do you advise me to uncheck SSE and SSE2 in enviromental settings in TMPGEnc?. I tried this, but after half an hour, to encode 1000 frames, and still 8 hours to go, I decided to ask for help first...
Please, help (once again )
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12-21-2003, 03:14 AM
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Hi digitall.doc,

Whenever I get one of these "Illegal Float..." errors, the first thing I usually try is bumping up the VBV Buffer in TMPG to 42 or 44, running a new prediction, and re-encoding (many times, this very small VBV boost solves the Illegal Float problems for me). If that still doesn't work, then as a last resort I will set the VBV Buffer to zero (0) and allow TMPG to find its own value (and this last method of using VBV Zero has never failed to fix an Illegal Float problem for me yet).

However, when using a VBV Buffer of zero, there are often numerous video overflow/underflow errors reported by bbmpeg later on during muxing (this is why 0 is not the default setting for KVCDs and why I use it as a last resort). BBmpeg reports that these kinds of muxing errors might make the file play incorrectly in some dvd players (but they have always still played fine in my player, so I don't worry about it).

Good luck, (and thanks again to Cheronaph who was the first person I saw mention this VBV fix way way back! )

-d&c
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12-21-2003, 06:06 PM
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Hi dazed&confused:
BINGO!!. As I expected, you were right, and changing VBV to 44 made the miracle. No problem with my DVD standalone.
Thanx to you, Cheronaph,... everybody.
Maybe, you could ask Kwag to put this solution in the questions section/thread, as it can be of help to other people.
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12-21-2003, 06:45 PM
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Maybe, you could ask Kwag to put this solution in the questions section/thread, as it can be of help to other people.
Hi digitall.doc,

You can do that too

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12-22-2003, 11:35 AM
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Hi kwag,
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Hi digitall.doc,

You can do that too

-kwag
...well, you're right. I suppose I have done it now . Don't you think it's a good idea?.
I just didn't suggest that because it wasn't my original idea but somebody's else. But no problem with this, if I mention them.
Thanx to take me in such consideration, maestro

Merry Xmas to everybody!
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