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Famous HCENC Bug end solution ....

Postby trustfm » Sat Jan 14, 2006 3:08 pm

I receved this interesting mail ! Please check out !

Hi trustfm

I hope this is appropriate e-mail address to address this to, if not I apologize.

I?ve been exploring AVI2DVD v0.4.3 beta, I have been experiencing the anomaly with HCEnc generating application read errors which beats the purpose of AVI2DVD automation design.

I?ve spent some time to thoroughly search your support forum and I?ve not found any solutions, some theories like upgrading to recent release of HCEnc ? 0.16, but done this to no avail.

And of course one can use Prodater64 utility, Kill-Error utility which works but not an ideal thing for many. Besides, I traced much deeper problem, encoding just isn?t the same/proper with systems that has this application read error.

From what I gathered off the official and unofficial forums, people has no ideas of exactly what?s happening, or even close to know, they blame system setups/configurations which easy way to be seen as knowledgeable user who knows what they are talking about.

I?ve had my own theories, being popular codec packages like K-Lite Codecs (which I use), I always use recent versions, and the most recent is 2.67 Full, I like K-Lite Codec Pack, and I refuse to uninstall this popular product.

Therefore I started debugging, and traced the anomaly back to XVID MPEG-4 Codec,

xvid;-;XVID Mpeg-4;;-;C:\WINDOWS\system32\xvidvfw.dll

Disabling this permits AVI2DVD to encode properly, and fully without any anomalies interruptions.

Best regards,

Phant0m`` Software
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Postby poee » Tue Jan 24, 2006 10:16 pm

Is there a way to "disable" the XviD MPEG-4 codec without uninstalling XviD? If I uninstall XviD, then GSpot says I do not have the correct codec for my AVI files. (Trying to convert AVI --> DVD but keep running into HCEnc error that causes only half of video to be processed.)

I've also tried using TMPGenc, but the resulting DVD has no sound.
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Postby cbc » Fri Mar 03, 2006 10:08 pm

Actually Hanks newest version of HCEncode .17 fixes the memory hang up problem.
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Postby EvilAaron » Sat Mar 11, 2006 10:26 pm

Just replace the one that comes in this install.... I will have to try that sick of de-installing/re-installing Xvid for my GK use ;)
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Postby Enzeru » Sat Apr 15, 2006 11:23 pm

I also found that reinstalling AVI2DVD fixed it for me because when i intalled the new nero is when all my problems started, reinstalling seemed to fix the access problems nero had created
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Postby LiFETiME » Mon Apr 17, 2006 2:00 am

EvilAaron wrote:Just replace the one that comes in this install....

Yes, works very well with v0.17 :)

Simply rename 'HCgui_017.exe' to 'HCGUI.exe'
and 'HCenc_017.exe' to 'HCbatch.exe'

Then copy both to the HCEnc folder and overwrite!
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HC update

Postby barestfeet » Sat Apr 22, 2006 6:17 pm

I tried what ya'll said to update this file. But I could never FIND a file to rename. It just runs and then is gone. So I haven't got a clue as to whether it updated my Avi2Dvd or not. I was soooooo hoping it would fix whatever is wrong here. Avi2Dvd.. is just not working for me. Always get errors. And I followed the guide...so ... clueless. Is it me? or the program...? Should I just find another program to convert my avi's?
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Postby trustfm » Mon May 08, 2006 9:25 pm

barestfeet try the 0.4.4 version is out right now !
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Postby Nicole34 » Tue Aug 24, 2010 12:46 am

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