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Old 24 Mar 2007, 10:43 PM   #1
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I set 3 movies in batch mode last night I just got up and 2 out of the 3 movies was successful one of the ISOs shows 0MBs
I posted a screen shot below.I should also add that the same movie freezes DVD RB for about 10-15 seconds before it starts doing it's job
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Old 24 Mar 2007, 11:22 PM   #2
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How did you rip it? Is there a log for Rocky?

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I ripped it in full disc mode with RipIt4Me
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Old 24 Mar 2007, 11:54 PM   #4
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Is there a DVDRB log?

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Old 25 Mar 2007, 12:21 AM   #5
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It's in my first post
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- Building ISO Image...
- There appears to have been an ISO write error.
- ISO Image WAS NOT successfully created.
iso image creation has obviously failed but can you not access the vob-folder?
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Old 25 Mar 2007, 02:54 AM   #7
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If you mean the one created by DVDRB then no I can't it was the first movie I did in batch mode so it got overwritten.The reason I put everything in the same folder is because I only have an 80 gig drive and it saves room .The reason I posted this was because I figured the failed ISO may of had something to do with the delay I was talking about above I just thought it was to much of a coincidence .If you think it was a fluke thats fine as well I have no problem redoing it, I just wanted to make sure one thing didn't have to do with other before I redid this movie

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Old 25 Mar 2007, 10:47 AM   #8
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- AVISYNTH 2.5.7.0
Sorry I missed the log before

I know that jdobbs recommends 2.5.6.

I also saw on Doom9 a thread about improper output in 1.23.1 due to a coding error. There's a short term fix in the thread.

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Old 25 Mar 2007, 11:32 AM   #9
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Thanks blu I will check out the link you gave me after doom goes back online all I am getting so far is an error.I will also switch back to avisynth 2.5.6

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I see you posted about the same time I noticed I forgot to put the DVDRB log in my post so this was my fault
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Old 25 Mar 2007, 11:36 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by jobbs from Doom9
If you run into this issure, I'd suggest you add this line to the "[Options]" area of REBUILDER.INI:

DISABLE_COMMAND_REFERENCE_CHECK=1
Link is working for me.

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Old 25 Mar 2007, 11:38 AM   #11
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Your a good man blu
Thanks

The link is now working for me First I got some kind of store then I got an error couldn't find site

WOW!!! A lot of stuff going on with this movie although most of it was over my head but yet it was interesting.I may wait to do this movie until he comes out with the new version

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jdobbs will have it fixed in a jiffy I am sure. In the meantime, use PgcEdit's Delete Uncalled PGCs from the rip and there will be no unreferenced titlesets.

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OK I will do that then.Thanks again Blu
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OK I finished with PGCEdit I have to say there were quiet a few of them in there(166).I will run Rocky again with DVDRB and report back tomorrow when I wake up
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LOL - quite a few is thousands! 166 is child's play and is done in an instant mate.

The important thing is now no VTS is unreferenced (and hopefully all are referenced within VIDEO_TS.IFO as there is still a little issue with commands within the menu VOB).

You might like to do this cleanup before submitting to DVDRB - I know jdobbs frowns on pre-processing, but this kind of stuff is totally harmless and can only do good.

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