LargeBufferMalloc :no more memory error.

#1
I was having problems with Handbrake trimming a video file at different points to what I could see with VLC even though the timestamps were the same. Someone suggested VideoReDo's QSF and my first trial went great, immediately fixing the problem.

I was all set to purchase a full license when everything started going wrong; something like 80% of the videos I'm trying to work with are causing "LargeBufferMalloc :no more memory error." This would not be quite so bad if VideoReDo exited graciously from these errors but instead the app is hanging and I'm having to Kill the process via Windows Task Manager so it's also making batch processing impossible.

All the videos are HDMI captures from a satellite box using Capture4ME; something like 95% are fine with Handbrake whereas possibly only 20% work with VideoReDo TVSuite. I'm getting exactly the same error/crash on two different machines; both are beefy 16GB Windows 7 Professional machines.

Is this a known issue soon to be fixed or is there a setting somewhere I can change? Or does anyone have any ideas on resolving this?
 

jmc

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#2
I was having problems with Handbrake trimming a video file at different points to what I could see with VLC even though the timestamps were the same. Someone suggested VideoReDo's QSF and my first trial went great, immediately fixing the problem.

I was all set to purchase a full license when everything started going wrong; something like 80% of the videos I'm trying to work with are causing "LargeBufferMalloc :no more memory error." This would not be quite so bad if VideoReDo exited graciously from these errors but instead the app is hanging and I'm having to Kill the process via Windows Task Manager so it's also making batch processing impossible.

All the videos are HDMI captures from a satellite box using Capture4ME; something like 95% are fine with Handbrake whereas possibly only 20% work with VideoReDo TVSuite. I'm getting exactly the same error/crash on two different machines; both are beefy 16GB Windows 7 Professional machines.

Is this a known issue soon to be fixed or is there a setting somewhere I can change? Or does anyone have any ideas on resolving this?
https://videoredo.net/msgBoard/index.php?threads/largebuffermalloc-no-more-memory.34955/

https://videoredo.net/msgBoard/index.php?threads/largebuffermalloc-no-more-memory.36023/

Seems to show up with corrupt captures.
 
#4
I use a Colossus for video capture from the hdmi output of a satellite receiver and on the whole It works very well.
I use DVBViewer to capture the video stream and it keeps a count of stream errors.
I use VideoRedo to edit the output file: if DVBViewer shows streams errors VideoRedo will too. Occasionally VideoRedo will shows errors when DVBViewer says the file is “clean”.
Usually it turns out to be an error in the capture process itself - blue screen or audio dropout - and recapturing part of the file and using VideoRedo to insert the corrected area gives an ok final file. Sometimes I just recapture the whole file again rather than try to find the timeline where the error is. Not so usually, the capture error reflects a transmission error.
 
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