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Old 7th October 2002, 09:16   #1  |  Link
drmih
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Scenarist Muxing Problems

Has anybody else come across a muxing problem with Scenarist where it introduces artifacts to the final files. I have checked the mpv stream and that is error free but the muxed file and then the vts set have occassional break-ups in them. I have used the same files in Maestro and that is fine but not Scenarist. I am using a laptop with an external firewire hd and when I do the title set creation totally on the firewire hd it is much faster than on the laptop but much more prone to muxing errors. When I mux the files from the external but do the creation on the laptop it is slower but less affected. When I move all the files to the laptop then it is usually okay. However, as I said earlier, I do not get this problem at all with Maestro.
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Old 11th October 2002, 14:48   #2  |  Link
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The speed difference of firewire and IDE is causing the problems.

As u said when all r in laptop there r no probs.

If the laptop is an old one and slow in speed?
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