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Postby nostromo » Wed Apr 15, 2009 9:26 pm

Vista 32bit user here.

One problem - after muxing video+audio the filesize is about a half smaller than it was before. Video ends in a half but audio plays till the end. Video of the original movie contains no errors (checked in VirtualDub), audio is mp3vbr.

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[19:56:32] AVI2DVD Started !
[19:56:33] Type mode : Avi Input
[19:56:33] Output : Dvd
[19:56:33] Encoder Selected : HCEnc
[19:56:33] Start demuxing the AudioStream No.1 ...
[19:56:54] Demuxing of the selected audio finished
successfully !
59295411 Bytes]
[19:56:54] Starts Audio correction ...
[19:58:00] Audio Fixed successfully !
VDRip.XviD\Avi2dvd_temp\Fixed_Audio01.mp3 59295411
[19:58:00] Starts Mp3->Ac3 convertion ...
[20:04:49] Audio converted in Ac3 successfully !
VDRip.XviD\Avi2dvd_temp\AudioStream 1 MP3 1CH.ac3
351810048 Bytes]
[20:04:49] Start creating avisynth script ...
[20:04:49] Avisynth script created successfully !
VDRip.XviD\Avi2dvd_temp\Avisynth_Script_File.avs 233
[20:04:49] Bitrate used : 4501 Kbpps
[20:04:49] Start video encoding ...
[22:30:30] Video encoded successfully !
4051892791 Bytes]
[22:30:30] Muxing Video+Audio(s) ...
[22:34:07] M2v muxed successfully !
2372855808 Bytes]
[22:34:07] One subtitle found
[22:34:07] Spumux script generation ...
[22:34:07] Spumux script generated successfully !
[22:34:07] Muxing the subtitle...
[22:39:09] Subitles muxed successfully !
ed.mpg 2381713408 Bytes]
[22:39:09] Author script generation ...
[22:39:09] Author script generated successfully !
[22:39:09] Start authoring ...
[22:42:01] Dvd authored successfully ! [ The DVD is
located at
VDRip.XviD\Avi2dvd_temp\DVD ]
[22:42:01] Job Done !!!
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Postby Murkurial » Mon Mar 22, 2010 11:43 pm

Hopefully someone is still reading this thread but I'm using Windows Vista Ultimate (32 bit) and I'm having what seems to be a very common issue.

Job NOT Done. There are warnings ... Find at the log file the 0 byte generated file to focus where exactly the problem appears

I've completely uninstalled all codecs from my computer (previously had the Combined Community Codec Pack installed) and simply installed all the components that came with Avi2DVD. I have that, mkvtoolnix, Yamb, and eac3to installed as well to do all of the things needed to get an MKV ready for conversion. I previously had Windows 7 (can't go back to it at the moment) and everything always worked without a hitch. I've run into this issue on Vista and it doesn't matter what file I use; I ALWAYS get this message. I'll put everything in root folder, give it the simplest of filenames, and it won't matter.

Any help would be GREATLY appreciated.

UPDATE: Posted the following in another thread a minute ago but I figured I'd update my progress here as well given this is where I first reported the problem:

I had the same "-1 byte" issue and it appears that it had something to do with the version of Avi2DVD that I had install. I was using version 0.5.0 and no matter what I tried, nothing worked. I uninstalled the "Combined Community Codec Pack," and installed on AviSynth, Xvid, ffdshow, and the on other codec that came bundled with the program and the error message persisted.

In this case I've reverted back to 0.4.5 and even with reinstalling the "Combined Community Codec Pack" it worked for the small sample file that I attempted to convert. I tried to convert the file both before and after reinstall CCC. I hope that everything remains as it is but as of right now that was how I managed to solve the problem on Windows Vista Ultimate - 32 bit.
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Postby Tormak » Thu Dec 02, 2010 4:14 pm

I got the 0.6.0 version and it doesn't create the ISO file although I selected the option
What should I do?
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Postby H.Ammer » Fri Dec 03, 2010 12:53 pm

Please see other your other post.
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Postby Spank269 » Thu Dec 09, 2010 10:53 am

Simply move the .mkv file to your desktop. Start the program over and there it is! Hope this helps, it is what worked for me.
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