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06-28-2003, 10:10 AM
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I have a DVD rip that is giving me that dreaded 'floating point error' and crashing tmpgenc. It allways happens at the same time.

I opened the d2v file produced by DVD2AVI in Virtualdub and noticed when I step through the framkeys at the spot where my encode keeps crashing it sort of hangs for a second or studders. I dunno seems like a wierd spot and it is a pause in the movie.

I downloaded AVIdefreezer, but it only works on an AVI source not a d2v which is a reference file.

How should I do this?
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06-28-2003, 10:51 AM
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Hey Audi how did you rip your movie, Data or Ifo mode.
when i have problems is usually cause a rip it as data and by ripping it again as ifo fixes the problem, that is asuming you are using DVD Decrypter.
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06-28-2003, 11:15 AM
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I allways use smart ripper without any problems, but actually this is the first time I've ripped as data. Wierd that would cause problems, but I guess so.

I did some reading and found that if I disabled SSE and 'use floating point dct' in the quantization tab the problem would go away.

Well it passed the problem spot and so far so good. Not sure if disabling that setting in the quantization tab lowers quality or not. It is disabled by default, but Kwag's templates enable it.
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06-28-2003, 01:53 PM
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Try DVDDecrypter in "IFO" mode.

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