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Old 17 Jul 2006, 10:40 PM   #1
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Default HCenc and VBV underflows

I'm having a lot of VBV underflows during my encode. On this pass right now, it is up to 39 (all fixed though). I don't know what could have caused this. As far as I know, it happens on processed and unprocessed rips. At first I thought it was the drive it was on. So I've tried it from the normal C: but the same thing occurs.

Funny thing is, when I abort the encode and resume it. It happens again, with the same number of underflows. So I'm thinking it has to be the source? I've defragmented my drive too.

DVD-Rebuilder 1.10.2
HCenc 018

I can't think of anything else to say. I would search the Doom9 forums but they're offline as you all know. Searched these forums.
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Old 18 Jul 2006, 03:38 PM   #2
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Well I found this at the forum at Doom9 http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...low#post740634

So what I am understanding is, because the film has a higher biterate in certain parts, it causes the overflow (read the bucket story). Is this normal? There isn't any way to stop the over flows? I'm just worried that HCenc won't be able to fix one and I wouldn't know until I've watched the whole thing.
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