Panasonic Encoder with Sony Vaio desktop problems : LUSENET : Video CD : One Thread

When trying to encode an MPEG file to vcd format using the trial version of Panasonic's encoder, I get, "This program has performed an illegal operation and will be shut down. If the problem persists, contact the program vendor.", upon the START of the encoding process.

The following is the details from that failure. Can anyone give me some insite to this? I would sure like to see if this encoder is going to work for me. Do I need to have windows media player the default player?

PWIMPEGE caused an invalid page fault in module SONYMAD2.DLL at 015f:01d43d6c. Registers: EAX=02fe0f9c CS=015f EIP=01d43d6c EFLGS=00210246 EBX=00000030 SS=0167 ESP=031ff494 EBP=009059f8 ECX=000000b0 DS=0167 ESI=009071fc FS=18af EDX=00000170 ES=0167 EDI=009070fc GS=0000 Bytes at CS:EIP: 0f 7f 14 58 0f 69 dc 0f 7f 5c 58 08 0f 6f 54 33 Stack dump: 00000800 00906dfc 00000002 031ff4b4 031ff6f4 02fe0f9c 00000040 009059f8 01d431d6 00906dfc 009059f8 02fe0f9c 00000040 009071fc 02fe0f9c 009049dc

-- Scot Virnoche (, April 01, 2000


i have recieved this message before. it could be one of two things. One: does whatever your trying to convert have sound, or is it a video only file?? i tired to convert a video only file and when it went to convert, it gave me the "illegal" message. Two: thier is something on your system the panasonic does not like.

-- Doug (, April 01, 2000.

I think it is obvious that it is something that the Panasonic encoder doesn't like. In fact, it's a file called, "sonymad2.dll" I was wondering if anyone had info on why this happens. The error happens right away when the encoding starts.

-- Scot Virnoche (, April 01, 2000.

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