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06-26-2002, 07:55 AM
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i keep get this msg with tmpgenc every time i try encoding any tips on how to stop this msg from appearing?
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i keep get this msg with tmpgenc every time i try encoding any tips on how to stop this msg from appearing?
What are you trying to encode? This error is usually a sign of an incorrect source.

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06-26-2002, 03:36 PM
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i'm trying to encode a dvd rip from d2v into mpg
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06-26-2002, 04:03 PM
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okay,,,
i started getting this frigging error a bit ago. Just out of nowhere. I have all the versionz from 12 right up to 2.55. and just now it starts. At first i thought it was because my mpg2 expired on my 2.54, but i can still use 2.53 for mpg2, but i cant use 2.53 for mpg1 (cause of the error), but i can use 2.54 for mpg1 kvcd.

Makes you wonder how many folks know about google.com.
but anyway. with that said.

The info i found points to either being a corrupt avi file (bad frames, not necessarily freezing or frozen frames), either dv or divx, or rather a bad particular frame in the file. In which case, the forum at tmpgenc.net recommends:

'to get rid of the error go to "options" to "enviromental settings" to "cpu" and un-check the "SSE and SSE-2" boxes, then go to "settings" to "quantize matrix" and un-check the "use floating point dts" box this will get rid of the error but this error can also happen if you do anything with your computer while encodeing accept encode.....'

However, i have found a workaround for my particular setup, but for future reference as well- i looked up this error, and perhaps found a solution for even my own rig. Though i havent tested it personally, it may apply to you Roddd.

I did recently install Quicktime 5. And thinking back, i started getting this error just after that. I can't open certain mpg1 files using 2.53, i can with 2.54. So this may be a fix.

" it turns out that every time TMPGenc is opened, it looks for or uses the Quicktime files (even for mpeg or DivX videos). So, the solution I found was to go to the folder C:-WINDOWS--SYSTEM--QuickTime (it won't let me type the slashes) and remove the file QuickTimeMPEG.QTX"

http://www.greenspun.com/bboard/q-an...?msg_id=007hLk

If its not becuz you installed quicktime or an update to quicktime, and you get this message when loading an avi or mpg file, see if an app like
Synchronizer 0.8 or another editor that'll let u edit avi files like virtual dub.

http://www.doom9.org/software2.htm

let us know how u make out with this...

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06-26-2002, 04:09 PM
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is the d2v being fed directly into tmpgenc?
or are you feeding it thru an intermediate frameserver? i.e. virtualdub, avisynth? etc...

and why would it give this message from a d2v?
Can you open any other d2v files at all, or is this the first one?


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06-28-2002, 09:44 AM
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I believe you also get this error if you use an AVISynth script with a 'ResampleAudio(44100)' line uncommented (which can happen if you are using FitCD to make your AVISynth script).
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06-28-2002, 11:16 AM
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Daag,
I've encountered this error when NOT enabling the ReSampled Audio on my amd machine.

Rod,
I fixed my 2.53 Illegal point error (see prior post) by unchecking the QTVfapi.vpf (or something like that name,cant recall offhand) under the settings, environmental setup..

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06-29-2002, 05:38 AM
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thanks bro done everything you said and it works thanks so much
peace bro
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