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Old 4 Nov 2004, 12:31 AM   #1
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Default Frameserving with DVDx and CCE SP

I was hoping to find some assistance from anyone who has experience frameserving with DVDx and CCE SP. I have a relatively slow (Pentium II) and small (5 GB available) computer, but plenty of time for processing so decided to use DVDx because of the small amount of storage required, and decided to use CCE SP because I had read that it gave better quality visuals and was quicker than TMPGEnc. I am using DVDx v2.3, with the Premiere Video Server Plugin v.951 and CCE SP v.2.50. I’ve been successful using DVDx by itself and frameserving with TMPGEnc. The problem I’m having is that when I try to frameserve with CCE SP, I keep getting an “unknown error” when it begins to encode. It seems like I’ve read before that CCE SP can be buggy, but I was hoping that someone might be able to give some suggestions to get it working right.

My settings are as follows:
DVDx Input:
DeCSS: Use ASPI
Key Search: Once
Audio: Dolby Sound
English AC3 2Ch (0x80)
Normal Quality
Volume=3
Subtitle:
None
Original Colors
Offset=0
Misc:
iDCT=MMX
Audio/Video synchronization
Output Frame Rate:
29.97
Detect Progr. 24Hz
Save your DVD drive:
10MB
Location=RAM

DVDx Output:
Export=RGB24
Zoom=Letterbox
Resize=Bicubic SSE
Multipass is set to off

Premiere Video Server settings:
Server Mode=AVIWrapper
Normal Audio Export
Premiere Video Server Postpro:
Multipex=VCD cut @74m
Premiere Video Server General:
Time out enabled=90s
Delete .vaf and create .ecl are left unchecked

CCE SP Encode settings:
Output files:
Video files is checked and ES is selected
Video information file is checked
Video encoding mode=CBR and MPEG-1
Bitrate avg=1150
Video, GOP, and Quality settings are left to default settings

I chose MPEG-1 due to storage size and processing time, but I’ve tried encoding as VBR MPEG-2 and still get the same “unknown error” message.

Appreciate any help anyone can offer.
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