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Abdul Razak 06-09-2002 10:49 AM

Floating point calculation error
 
Have been surfing in this forum for a couple of days and heard a lot of great stuff about your templates. I'm a newbie in this, so please pardon me if the question I have may sound stupid.

I have this error msg "Illegal floating point calculation order" using the latest KVCDx2. This happens when the conversion is around 53%. I'm using ver 2.54.37 TMPGenc.

Is there something I have to do first before the conversion.

Please help!

rackaboy 06-09-2002 09:30 PM

in TMPGENC, Option, environment settings and Vpafi Plugin

change the Directshow to a piority of 0, 1 or 2

seem it a bug havent been fixed from previous version :D

Abdul Razak 06-10-2002 01:46 AM

Thanks. Will try this tonight.

Bigswaffo 06-10-2002 10:17 AM

Hey,
I had the same problem, TMPGEnc saying that error after I press start. I tried that and it didn't work. :(

rendalunit 06-14-2002 11:40 AM

hey,

I just got this error too at about 80% done. I'm using TMPGenc 2.54 and kvcdxntsc 1 cd template and I'm wondering if anyone still got this error with TMPGenc 2.55? I'm going to download it right now and try again- if that doesn't work I'll try increasing the DirectShow priority.

thx for the help
ren

jaymel 06-24-2002 12:25 PM

same problem
 
I was receiving the same problem. :evil: ..I am trying the proposed "fix" and will post back when I check in again... :(

jaymel 06-24-2002 07:06 PM

not quite the same
 
I didnt get that error this time, however, I did get the error that fills rest of movie with audio blank...

Oh well...

I changed dvdx (in my case) to sync audio/video,
and ended up with a 444 meg version of resevoir dogs...

Unfortunately, 300 for a min bitrate is too low, and it came out not too good. Also, the audio got worse and worse out of sync as time went on...

....

oh well...I will keep trying...at least the settings listed above worked...


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