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I am trying to decode/encode using ReMPEG2 v1.5.2 but it seems to always die at 92% processing after I open the CFFL file.
(I use SmartRipper v2.02 to rip specific chapters from a DVD into VOB files. The CFFL is a list of VOBs from the ripping)
Has anyone seen this problem and know how to get around it. Thank you.
Merry Christmas and Happy Burning
-- Tuan Vu (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 24, 2000
-- masa taka (email@example.com), August 18, 2001.
Hi, same here, I smartripped some vob in chapters only then rip the ac3 file with dvd2avi and used rempeg2 1.52 to get the vob smaller, as I open the cffl with the correct name of the vob, it crashes at about 98% on my Windows XP Laptop. On my 350 PII Windows ME it crashes at about 60%. Uptil now no idea.
-- Frank (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 29, 2001.
It's just an idea, but you are probably working on a FAT32 partition. FAT32 has a 4 GigaByte file limit. If you use files larger than 4 GB it is possible that the program hangs. Try using an NTFS partition.
-- Cobra (-@-.com), December 05, 2002.
No,itīs not that at all, i'm using NTFS and it stuck at 99%, I saw the log file and it's corrupted. Try again
-- Fullstrike (email@example.com), December 29, 2002.
I'm also using ReMPEG2 v1.52 on a FAT32 partition XP Pro OS with the same results, it will not complete passed 99%. However it's not exactly crashed or frozen either. When I manually stop it, I get a warning message asking me if I'm sure I want to stop the process. I have found that although I have to manually stop ReMPEG I still get a completed project minus any errors :) So far I have done 5 DVD's without a hitch.
-- Michaelp (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 31, 2002.
your problem is my problem. Before I had w98 fat 32 , before w2000 nfts with ReMPEG2 v1.5.2 my works were ok. Now with Xp corporate i have may problem. I have not the solution but try with vmware and w2000. it's hard work but it's my solution at this moment. And try whith sp1xp etc.
-- anna (email@example.com), January 25, 2003.