Program Abort with 613e

Tudor

New member
Just installed 613e and got the following:

Faulting application name: VideoReDo4.exe, version: 4.20.6.613, time stamp: 0x4d52b200
Faulting module name: MPEG2FastEncoder_V3.dll, version: 4.20.6.613, time stamp: 0x4d52af90
Exception code: 0xc0000005
Fault offset: 0x000131c5
Faulting process id: 0x84c
Faulting application start time: 0x01cbc90fc34fbd22
Faulting application path: C:\Program Files (x86)\VideoReDoTVSuite4\VideoReDo4.exe
Faulting module path: C:\Program Files (x86)\VideoReDoTVSuite4\MPEG2FastEncoder_V3.dll
Report Id: 164731a9-3503-11e0-8010-00241d10ebd0

Retried and got the same error in another place in the file.

Changed manual parameter #42 "Enable fast MPEG2 encoder" to "False", file processed ok.

Bad and good logs attached.
 

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Danr

Administrator
Staff member
Can you either try this in a previous build and/or upload a short clip to the FTP for us?
 

Tudor

New member
It happens with all the files I have tried on 613 at varying offsets into the file.

Reverted back to 612 and ran the project file saved from the 613 run, it processed ok in 612. Other files tried also ran ok on 612.

Have narrowed it down, it's always at the first cut.

Testing with a 4GB file.

Test 1, full file no cuts, replied yes to remux full file. OK, output fine on 613

Test 2, Cut frames from start of file. Aborted immediately.

Test 3, Cut frames from end of file. Processed upto the cut and then aborted.

All three tests work on 612.

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TF5000UserDE

New member
Hi Dan,
I've nearly the same problem, but without any errror message, VRD just suddenly closes and the result is a 0 KB mpg-file.
(perhaps because I'm using Winxp instead of Win7)
Changed manual parameter #42 "Enable fast MPEG2 encoder" to "False", file processed ok (I just wanted cut commercals out of a MPG2 file = fast frame copy)
 

dezzy

Member
Another victim. v613e crashes with every file I have tried to Save As. Much worse than previously reported intermittent crashing with earlier beta versions. Back to 612.

Win7 64 operating system.

Do you need more information?
 

MrVideo

Active member
Other than the joiner giving me issues, I've edited H.264 and MPEG-2 files and have not had a crash. All input files are Transport Stream and all output is TS.
 

Danr

Administrator
Staff member
Found the problem, will be posting 614 no later than tomorrow. The problem is in the fast MPEG2 encoder which is always used when recoding to MPEG2 and for cuts. But only used for cuts if the shift+T>Option is enabled as mentioned above.

I suggest you either go back to 612 or copy MPEG2FastEncoder_V3.dll to your 613 folder.

In the meantime, I'm removing the beta link.
 

Danr

Administrator
Staff member
You're right. The fast encoder works great for full recoding, but doesn't do quite as good a job for the partial GOP recodes needed by smart cutting. The fast encoder also doesn't support 4:2:2.
 

MrVideo

Active member
Speaking of program aborting...

I just had VRD correctly detect that the filesystems was full. Yippee!

But (you knew there would be a butt), when you click OK (or whatever the button was), VRD does not remember that it was maximized.
 
Found the problem, will be posting 614 no later than tomorrow. The problem is in the fast MPEG2 encoder which is always used when recoding to MPEG2 and for cuts. But only used for cuts if the shift+T>Option is enabled as mentioned above.

I suggest you either go back to 612 or copy MPEG2FastEncoder_V3.dll to your 613 folder.

In the meantime, I'm removing the beta link.
6-13 just had to be the stinker!:D

Mike
 
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