Video Ring Buffer Overflow

#1
I have edited a mpeg2 video with aac audio.
When I try to save video, videoredo givi me this error.
How can I fix?
I have just tried to change buffer value sizes....
thanx
(I have the last versione of tvsuite v5).
 

jmc

Active member
#2
I have edited a mpeg2 video with aac audio.
When I try to save video, videoredo givi me this error.
How can I fix?
I have just tried to change buffer value sizes....
thanx
(I have the last versione of tvsuite v5).
This is some info I've collected about this problem.
Some of this may be OLD.

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Video Ring Buffer Overflow

This error generally indicates a very severe problem, with your source file. I.e. audio is missing for multiple seconds. Here are some solutions (probably best to apply one at a time).

1. Have you tried running Tools>QuickStream Fix first?

2. On the Tools>Options>Stream Parameters page, make sure the "Double Video Buffer Memory" is checked. (You've done this already.)

3. If that doesn't work, try increasing the buffer sizes to 1024 for audio and video. To increase the buffer sizes, click on the menu Tools>Shift+Options. The buffer sizes are items #13 and #14 on this screen. Set them to 1024 each and then restart VideoReDo and give it a try. It will consume lots of memory and slow down editing so you may want to set it back later if it is only this one file.

4. Look at the VideoReDo.log file (Help>Display Log). The log will show you where in the source file the problem occurs. Perhaps you can manually cut the section.
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jmc

Active member
#4
1. Yes off course
2. Don't exist "double video buffer memory" item!
3. Just tried
4. How I can cut manually the selection??

thanx
Yes, the cut/paste information has some OLD info.

You can trim off segments with
Tools>"Trim and Copy Source File".

I find that my problem areas are at the start of a file so it's simple to clip off a bit.

If the problem area is in the middle you would have to select the first area to keep
and trim it off to a separate file.
Then select the area on the other side of the problem area and trim it off.

You would then "join"(if mp4-I think) or "combine" the two segments back together.

Good luck,
jmc
 
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