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Old 13th October 2001, 10:25   #1  |  Link
Partner100
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CCE Problem

I run DVD2SVCD and all goes well until it comes to running CCE (I have 2.5.1 Standalone version). As the program loads the ecl files it fails and states it cannot find a file the video information file (with the acf extension). This completely stops the whole process.

Has anyone else encountered this? Review of the CCE manual suggests that this file is created within CCE, so at startup it obviously will not exist yet.

Anyone know what's happened and how to resolve it?

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Old 26th January 2002, 02:49   #2  |  Link
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Don't have your answer yet but I wonder where did you get your cce 2.5.1 standalone version? I assume that is not Demo version, did you actually buy it or download it from somewhere? Would you share the info if you download it from the web? My email address is afan@yahoo.com

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Old 26th January 2002, 06:08   #3  |  Link
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Do you mean you have the 2.5.0sp version that is needed 2 work with dvd2svcd?
What version of dvd2svcd are you using?
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