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Old 20th December 2005, 14:06   #121  |  Link
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I believe your temp folder. Type %temp% in any address bar.

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Old 20th December 2005, 14:35   #122  |  Link
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well, I coudln't find it there but I tried the fixVTS again and it didn't crash but still ended up with 0 bytes VTS_02_0.VOB and the last VTS is missing which was about 90mb

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PROCESSING FULL DVD
FixVTS -- Beta 1.17
Processing D:\DVDs\Bound - Region1\New\VTS_01_0.VOB -- from backup
Remove unrefed is ON
Found VCID 1/1 at LBA 0 (0 out)
Found Video Format: NTSC

Format Video: NTSC

Found VCID 2/1 at LBA 4 (4 out)
Done with VOB files. 0 navpack pointers adjusted, 0 packs removed, 0 navpack remapped
Processing D:\DVDs\Bound - Region1\New\VTS_01_0.IFO
Now cleaning VTS_C_ADT
Now updating navpack info
Now updating PGC playback times
Now updating VTS sectors
Now writing IFO file
Now updating video_ts.ifo vts sectors
Now writing video_ts.ifo

FixVTS -- Beta 1.17
Processing D:\DVDs\Bound - Region1\New\VTS_01_1.VOB -- from backup
Remove unrefed is ON
Found VCID 1/1 at LBA 0 (0 out)
Found Video Format: NTSC

Format Video: NTSC

Found VCID 2/1 at LBA 209 (209 out)
Found VCID 3/1 at LBA 28044 (28044 out)
VCID 3/1 is unreferenced...
Found VCID 3/2 at LBA 46159 (28044 out)
Remapping 3/2 to 3/1
Found VCID 3/3 at LBA 57390 (39275 out)
Remapping 3/3 to 3/2
Found VCID 3/4 at LBA 100145 (82030 out)
Remapping 3/4 to 3/3
Found VCID 3/5 at LBA 132597 (114482 out)
Remapping 3/5 to 3/4
Found VCID 3/6 at LBA 186701 (168586 out)
Remapping 3/6 to 3/5
Found VCID 3/7 at LBA 203263 (185148 out)
Remapping 3/7 to 3/6
Found VCID 3/8 at LBA 240946 (222831 out)
Remapping 3/8 to 3/7
Found VCID 3/9 at LBA 296499 (278384 out)
Remapping 3/9 to 3/8
Found VCID 3/10 at LBA 303174 (285059 out)
Remapping 3/10 to 3/9
Found VCID 3/11 at LBA 331911 (313796 out)
Remapping 3/11 to 3/10
Found VCID 3/12 at LBA 358233 (340118 out)
Remapping 3/12 to 3/11
Found VCID 3/13 at LBA 452850 (434735 out)
Remapping 3/13 to 3/12
Found VCID 3/14 at LBA 478922 (460807 out)
Remapping 3/14 to 3/13
Processing D:\DVDs\Bound - Region1\New\VTS_01_2.VOB
Found VCID 3/15 at LBA 62822 (62822 out)
Remapping 3/15 to 3/14
Found VCID 3/16 at LBA 93192 (93192 out)
Remapping 3/16 to 3/15
Found VCID 3/17 at LBA 147001 (147001 out)
Remapping 3/17 to 3/16
Found VCID 3/18 at LBA 232173 (232173 out)
Remapping 3/18 to 3/17
Found VCID 3/19 at LBA 420489 (420489 out)
Remapping 3/19 to 3/18
Found VCID 3/20 at LBA 505725 (505725 out)
Remapping 3/20 to 3/19
Processing D:\DVDs\Bound - Region1\New\VTS_01_3.VOB
Found VCID 3/21 at LBA 4152 (4152 out)
Remapping 3/21 to 3/20
Found VCID 3/22 at LBA 68685 (68685 out)
Remapping 3/22 to 3/21
Found VCID 3/23 at LBA 227623 (227623 out)
Remapping 3/23 to 3/22
Found VCID 3/24 at LBA 342785 (342785 out)
Remapping 3/24 to 3/23
Found VCID 3/25 at LBA 427139 (427139 out)
Remapping 3/25 to 3/24
Found VCID 3/26 at LBA 489155 (489155 out)
Remapping 3/26 to 3/25
Processing D:\DVDs\Bound - Region1\New\VTS_01_4.VOB
Found VCID 3/27 at LBA 12526 (12526 out)
Remapping 3/27 to 3/26
Found VCID 3/28 at LBA 71894 (71894 out)
Remapping 3/28 to 3/27
Found VCID 3/29 at LBA 138895 (138895 out)
Remapping 3/29 to 3/28
Found VCID 3/30 at LBA 180803 (180803 out)
Remapping 3/30 to 3/29
Found VCID 3/31 at LBA 228316 (228316 out)
Remapping 3/31 to 3/30
Found VCID 3/32 at LBA 427347 (427347 out)
Remapping 3/32 to 3/31
Found VCID 3/33 at LBA 498244 (498244 out)
Remapping 3/33 to 3/32
Processing D:\DVDs\Bound - Region1\New\VTS_01_5.VOB
Found VCID 4/1 at LBA 3713 (3713 out)
Done with VOB files. 0 navpack pointers adjusted, 18115 packs removed, 11881 navpack remapped
VTS_01_4 is empty... removing.
VTS_01_5 is empty... removing.
Processing D:\DVDs\Bound - Region1\New\VTS_01_0.IFO
Now cleaning VTS_C_ADT
Now updating navpack info
Now updating navpack info
Now updating PGC playback times
Now updating VTS sectors
Now writing IFO file
Now updating video_ts.ifo vts sectors
Now writing video_ts.ifo

FixVTS -- Beta 1.17
Processing D:\DVDs\Bound - Region1\New\VTS_02_0.VOB -- from backup
Remove unrefed is ON
Found VCID 1/1 at LBA 0 (0 out)
Found Video Format: NTSC

Format Video: NTSC

Done with VOB files. 0 navpack pointers adjusted, 0 packs removed, 0 navpack remapped
Processing D:\DVDs\Bound - Region1\New\VTS_02_0.IFO
Now cleaning VTS_C_ADT
Now updating navpack info
Now updating PGC playback times
Now updating VTS sectors
Now writing IFO file
Now updating video_ts.ifo vts sectors
Now writing video_ts.ifo

FixVTS -- Beta 1.17
Processing D:\DVDs\Bound - Region1\New\VTS_02_1.VOB -- from backup
Remove unrefed is ON
Found VCID 1/1 at LBA 0 (0 out)
Found Video Format: NTSC

Format Video: NTSC

Found VCID 2/1 at LBA 209 (209 out)
Done with VOB files. 0 navpack pointers adjusted, 0 packs removed, 0 navpack remapped
VTS_02_1 is empty... removing.
Processing D:\DVDs\Bound - Region1\New\VTS_02_0.IFO
Now cleaning VTS_C_ADT
Now updating navpack info
Now updating navpack info
Now updating PGC playback times
Now updating VTS sectors
Now writing IFO file
Now updating video_ts.ifo vts sectors
Now writing video_ts.ifo

FixVTS -- Beta 1.17
Processing D:\DVDs\Bound - Region1\New\VIDEO_TS.VOB -- from backup
Remove unrefed is ON
Found VCID 1/1 at LBA 0 (0 out)
Found Video Format: NTSC

Format Video: NTSC

Found VCID 2/1 at LBA 63 (63 out)
Found VCID 3/1 at LBA 127 (127 out)
Found VCID 4/1 at LBA 1573 (1573 out)
Found VCID 5/1 at LBA 1782 (1782 out)
Done with VOB files. 0 navpack pointers adjusted, 0 packs removed, 0 navpack remapped
Processing D:\DVDs\Bound - Region1\New\VIDEO_TS.IFO
Now cleaning VTS_C_ADT
Now updating navpack info
Now updating PGC playback times
Now updating VTS sectors
Now writing IFO file
Now updating video_ts.ifo vts sectors
Now writing video_ts.ifo
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Old 20th December 2005, 17:15   #123  |  Link
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well, I coudln't find it there but I tried the fixVTS again and it didn't crash but still ended up with 0 bytes VTS_02_0.VOB and the last VTS is missing which was about 90mb
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VTS_02_1 is empty... removing.
VTS_01_4 is empty... removing.
VTS_01_5 is empty... removing.
Maybe that's why the last VTS is missing
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Old 20th December 2005, 18:22   #124  |  Link
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but its stupid, its not empty. I can see a file there

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Old 20th December 2005, 19:25   #125  |  Link
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mp3boy, this looks like a bug! You're right, it should not remove vts_02_1.vob... Somehow, FixVTS thinks that the output file has 0 size (this could be true if there was only blank packs in it, but the log does not show that packs are removed). I can only guess I have a bug. Can you send me the original vob file (it looks small) vts_02_1.vob at jeanldvd at free dot fr? I'll take a look...
Sorry about that!

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P.S. To see the log, right-click on the title bar of FixVTS and chose "Open Log"...
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Old 30th December 2005, 21:01   #126  |  Link
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I have an old Pentium III 450 mhz PC. When I run FixVTS the old IfoEdit speedup trick (moving the status indicator below the desktop area) seems to work in this app, too... Or is it just me who's dreaming?!
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Old 30th December 2005, 21:45   #127  |  Link
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This will work with any application that has a progress/status bar or updates information displayed in the window. Hiding whatever is being updated eliminates the graphics overhead of redrawing it. How much speedup depends on how intelligent the code is (whether it redraws only if the graphic needs changing, or every time values are computed) and how often the values are computed.

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Old 31st December 2005, 03:01   #128  |  Link
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FixVTS tells you how many MB/s it's processing, so you can actually quantize the difference, if you want to (except that you won't be able to see that if you hide the status, damn!). In any case, if it's significant, I can do something about it. But my understanding is that any active code is dwarfed by the I/O delay (disk access)...
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Old 31st December 2005, 03:18   #129  |  Link
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But my understanding is that any active code is dwarfed by the I/O delay (disk access)...
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Mmm, screen drawing is also time consuming..
In VobBlanker, I'm updating the progress bars each 1000 packs or 10 complete VOBUs (and only if the percentage changes)
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Jean, maybe you could put the completion percentage (as numbers) in the title line of the status window, like in IfoEdit's status window when doing a mockstrip?
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How would this help though? I suspect it's just as time-consuming to refresh the window title as it is to display a string on the dialog. I'm surprised that you find any speed improvement... Are you able to actually quantify it? On your machine, is the CPU meter all the way up to 100% when you use FixVTS (it's far from it on my machine)...
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http://www.videohelp.com/~DVDSubEdit/

on this site when you go to other tools.
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fixvts, link points to dvdsubedit.
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You're right! I'll fix it soon...
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Old 2nd January 2006, 01:12   #134  |  Link
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I've tested the IFOEdit speedup trick on FixVTS 1.17.
There is no difference for me.
FixVTS needs ~5:00 min for a full DVD in both cases.
CPU meter was between 20% and 30% on my P4 2.8GHz machine.

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There's no difference for me either... However, if you process twice the same VTS (depending on your memory) the speedup can be dramatic the second time, because of caching...
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FixVTS may have a little problem. Man Of The House R1 - VobBlanker apparently works while FixVTS does not.

http://forum.digital-digest.com/showthread.php?t=59815

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It's hard to tell exactly what's going on with this post.. I might ask someone to try it and tell me what's going on...
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Old 5th January 2006, 22:43   #138  |  Link
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FixVTS Version Beta 1.20
Here's the latest beta for FixVTS.
  • Empty vob files are now removed in the menu domain.
  • The DVD was flagged as PAL when the vertical resolution was 240. This has been fixed.
  • In command-line mode, FixVTS behaves nicer if you try to open a non-existing file.
  • There's a -a command line option to reset all angle/ILVUs pointers.
  • The -v command line option can be used to not renumber VOBIDs.
  • Minor cosmetic changes.

This should fix complaints from Nero about empty vob files....
Enjoy!
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This should fix complaints from Nero about empty vob files....
Uggh....Best way is to fix complaints from Nero is to not use it.
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I couldn't agree more!
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