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Old 13 Apr 2003, 09:57 AM   #1
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Question Tmpg and Xvid movie errors

Hi guys, I get no problems in tmpg with my other movies that I encode wich are not xvid but sometimes with some of my xvid files I get an imediate error. With "a write error occured at frame such an such with ntdll.dll" or an "invalid pointer opperation" error. What could be the problem?
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Old 26 Apr 2003, 04:32 AM   #2
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You┤re not the onlyone that got problems with XVID/TMPGEnc!
I get the following error messages when I try to convert an XVID to MPG(XSVCD):

Write error occured at adress 77F52109 of module 'ntdll.dll' with 00000000

Write error occured at adress 005503DE of module 'TMPGEnc.exe' with 559C85A1

Runtime error 216 at 0003DA4C

And I get really
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Old 26 Apr 2003, 05:14 AM   #3
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Talking I found a fix!

I searched in Pegasys BBS for XVID and found a great fix for my problem

It was posted in DVDRHELP┤s forum:

And it seems to work just fine....I┤m encoding an XVID-movie (Equilibrium) to XSVCD right now

ps/ Write down the original settings or take a screendump so you can restore them if you need to /ds
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Old 21 Feb 2004, 06:06 PM   #4
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Well unfortunately that doesn't work most of the time. It certainly doesn't work for me. Increasing priority for directshow doesn't work. Perhaps that is because I do not use a directshow filter to decode Xvid. (no ffdshow)

I am using the actual codec, not a directshow filter. I had too many problems with ffdshow so it had to go. Also, the playback quality is so much superior without ffdshow.

Still, nobody has a clue how to fix this nagging "invalid pointer" error. I do NOT want to update my tmpegnc to the latest version. I like mine just fine. Updating to the latest will of course not fix anything unless tmpegnc has found a way to fix the pointer error in later versions. Seems this problem is inherent in the Xvid codec.

Oh well. Seems the only way around this that I have found, is to use virtualdub (or one of it's variants) to re-encode the movie to DivX, then load into tmpegnc. Poor solution, but it works.
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