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Old 28th November 2012, 02:25   #2161  |  Link
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Change the settings in DirectVobSub. Make sure you enable "hide subtitles".

You can use Codec Tweak Tool > DirectShow Filters and change the settings from there.
Then when I DO want to have a subtitle show I just have to go back and unhide?
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Old 28th November 2012, 02:28   #2162  |  Link
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Then when I DO want to have a subtitle show I just have to go back and unhide?
That's one option.

You can extract the subtitles and convert them and let AVStoDVD load them. SRT format are the best, imo.
Converting to an IDX/SUB format tends to leave a lot of artifacts around the subtitles.
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Old 28th November 2012, 02:30   #2163  |  Link
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I just downloaded codec tweak 5.4.8 and dont see any option to hide subtitles
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Old 28th November 2012, 02:31   #2164  |  Link
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I just downloaded codec tweak 5.4.8 and dont see any option to hide subtitles
DirectShow Filters > DirectVobSub > Misc > Hide Subtitles
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DirectShow Filters > DirectVobSub > Misc > Hide Subtitles
Finally found it, I dunno how I missed it. Was looking at the directshow under codec and filter managemnt.

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Is there anyway to change settings to the subtitles default status?

Normal subtitles (not forced) seem to be enabled by default during playback.
I have to turn them off when the disc starts whether on my DVD/BD machine or media player on my PC.
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Old 10th December 2012, 12:45   #2167  |  Link
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I just burned my first dual layer dvd (8 - 48min .avi files) using AVS2DVD. I like the menu setup, and the way it is easier to customize them compared to DVDFlick which I have been using for several years.

However, AVS2DVD took a total of 22 hours and 17 minutes from start to finish to complete the project. Is this normal? or did I set things up wrong? That amount of time for a project is 4 times as long as it takes DVDFlick to complete a project of the sae type (8 - 48min .avi files).

I love AVS2DVD, but obviously, I cannot tie up my laptop for a full 24 hours to complete one project when I have over 400 episodes of Perry Mason and Ironside to compile to DVD.

Any suggestions on why it took so long to complete the project? Have a great week!

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@edwood

2 questions to begin:

1. What is your system? I mean: CPU, RAM, HD

2. Could you post the neverending project log file?



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Old 10th December 2012, 13:50   #2169  |  Link
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I will search for the log file to post. Where is it located, and what is it titled?

You raised the point that is probably my problem. The laptop has a cpu speed of 1.3mhz. There is 2mb ram installed, and the hdd size is 80mb of which it is probably 1/2 full. I have a 1tb external usb drive that I will see if the laptop will recognize and use. That should speed up the process considerably if AVS2DVD will support the external drive.

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Old 10th December 2012, 17:49   #2170  |  Link
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I will search for the log file to post. Where is it located, and what is it titled?
Look in the Output Folder you selected in AVStoDVD. There is the DVD folder and a .log file. Copy and paste here the content of the .log file.

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You raised the point that is probably my problem. The laptop has a cpu speed of 1.3mhz. There is 2mb ram installed, and the hdd size is 80mb of which it is probably 1/2 full. I have a 1tb external usb drive that I will see if the laptop will recognize and use. That should speed up the process considerably if AVS2DVD will support the external drive.
1.3 Ghz are really not that much. Mainly if the cpu is single core and the source title is HD and/or long.

BTW, let's see the project log file.



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Old 11th December 2012, 15:53   #2171  |  Link
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Here are the log files from my last project that took 22+ hours to complete. There are 8 of them.

#1
[Input info]
Bitrate=192
Actual rate=192.000000
Sampling Frec=48000
TotalFrames=96616
Bytesperframe= 768.0000
Filesize=74201088
FrameDuration= 32.0000
Framespersecond= 31.2500
Duration=00:51:31.712
Channels mode=2/0: L+R
LFE=LFE: Not present
[Target info]
StartFrame=5
EndFrame=96615
NotFixedDelay= 0.0000
Duration=00:51:31.552
====== PROCESSING LOG ======================
Seeking....
Done.
Processing....
Number of written frames = 96611
Number of Errors= 0

#2
[Input info]
Bitrate=192
Actual rate=192.000000
Sampling Frec=48000
TotalFrames=96575
Bytesperframe= 768.0000
Filesize=74169600
FrameDuration= 32.0000
Framespersecond= 31.2500
Duration=00:51:30.400
Channels mode=2/0: L+R
LFE=LFE: Not present
[Target info]
StartFrame=5
EndFrame=96574
NotFixedDelay= 0.0000
Duration=00:51:30.240
====== PROCESSING LOG ======================
Seeking....
Done.
Processing....
Number of written frames = 96570
Number of Errors= 0

#3
[Input info]
Bitrate=192
Actual rate=192.000000
Sampling Frec=48000
TotalFrames=96490
Bytesperframe= 768.0000
Filesize=74104320
FrameDuration= 32.0000
Framespersecond= 31.2500
Duration=00:51:27.680
Channels mode=2/0: L+R
LFE=LFE: Not present
[Target info]
StartFrame=5
EndFrame=96489
NotFixedDelay= 0.0000
Duration=00:51:27.520
====== PROCESSING LOG ======================
Seeking....
Done.
Processing....
Number of written frames = 96485
Number of Errors= 0

#4
[Input info]
Bitrate=192
Actual rate=192.000000
Sampling Frec=48000
TotalFrames=96795
Bytesperframe= 768.0000
Filesize=74338560
FrameDuration= 32.0000
Framespersecond= 31.2500
Duration=00:51:37.440
Channels mode=2/0: L+R
LFE=LFE: Not present
[Target info]
StartFrame=5
EndFrame=96794
NotFixedDelay= 0.0000
Duration=00:51:37.280
====== PROCESSING LOG ======================
Seeking....
Done.
Processing....
Number of written frames = 96790
Number of Errors= 0

#5
[Input info]
Bitrate=192
Actual rate=192.000000
Sampling Frec=48000
TotalFrames=96632
Bytesperframe= 768.0000
Filesize=74213376
FrameDuration= 32.0000
Framespersecond= 31.2500
Duration=00:51:32.224
Channels mode=2/0: L+R
LFE=LFE: Not present
[Target info]
StartFrame=5
EndFrame=96631
NotFixedDelay= 0.0000
Duration=00:51:32.064
====== PROCESSING LOG ======================
Seeking....
Done.
Processing....
Number of written frames = 96627
Number of Errors= 0

#6
[Input info]
Bitrate=192
Actual rate=192.000000
Sampling Frec=48000
TotalFrames=96654
Bytesperframe= 768.0000
Filesize=74230272
FrameDuration= 32.0000
Framespersecond= 31.2500
Duration=00:51:32.928
Channels mode=2/0: L+R
LFE=LFE: Not present
[Target info]
StartFrame=5
EndFrame=96653
NotFixedDelay= 0.0000
Duration=00:51:32.768
====== PROCESSING LOG ======================
Seeking....
Done.
Processing....
Number of written frames = 96649
Number of Errors= 0

#7
[Input info]
Bitrate=192
Actual rate=192.000000
Sampling Frec=48000
TotalFrames=96932
Bytesperframe= 768.0000
Filesize=74443776
FrameDuration= 32.0000
Framespersecond= 31.2500
Duration=00:51:41.824
Channels mode=2/0: L+R
LFE=LFE: Not present
[Target info]
StartFrame=5
EndFrame=96931
NotFixedDelay= 0.0000
Duration=00:51:41.664
====== PROCESSING LOG ======================
Seeking....
Done.
Processing....
Number of written frames = 96927
Number of Errors= 0

#8
[Input info]
Bitrate=192
Actual rate=192.000000
Sampling Frec=48000
TotalFrames=96786
Bytesperframe= 768.0000
Filesize=74331648
FrameDuration= 32.0000
Framespersecond= 31.2500
Duration=00:51:37.152
Channels mode=2/0: L+R
LFE=LFE: Not present
[Target info]
StartFrame=5
EndFrame=96785
NotFixedDelay= 0.0000
Duration=00:51:36.992
====== PROCESSING LOG ======================
Seeking....
Done.
Processing....
Number of written frames = 96781
Number of Errors= 0

I have installed the 1gb external drive on my laptop and tried to access it through AVS2DVD. I was able to import the .avi files into AVS2DVD, and set the output folder to the external drive. I have not, as yet, tried to burn a DVD. I will try that next to see if there is any speedup in the project with a larger available drive to operate with.

Thanks for your help.

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Old 11th December 2012, 17:25   #2172  |  Link
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These are not logs from AVStoDVD.

AVStoDVD .log file is just ONE file named with the DVD label you have inserted in the main AVStoDVD window and located in the Output Folder you have selected in the main AVStoDVD window.

For example, if you have labeled you DVD as "My DVD" and you have selected "D:\Movies" as output folder, then the log file will be:

D:\Movies\My DVD.log



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Old 11th December 2012, 19:33   #2173  |  Link
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MrC.

I found 4 text files titled Ironside_D1_S1_0, Ironside_D1_S1_1, Ironside_D1_S1_2, Ironside_D1_S1_3. They were all document files, not log files.

I tried to post them on this forum board but each one by itself far exceeded the 16,000 characters allowed in posts.

If that is not the log file you refer to, I cannot find it on my computer. I am now in the process of burning a 2nd dvd and timing the burn, since I am writing to an external 1tb drive with 400gb free space. I will let you know what happens.

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Old 11th December 2012, 20:55   #2174  |  Link
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Just saw the 2.6.0 Alpha (December 11, 2012) update on VideoHelp.com
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http://www.videohelp.com/tools/AVStoDVD
Going to have fun testing with this and give any feedback in due time.
Looking forward to trying out the new features and new look.

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@edwood

these 4 files are not created by AVStoDVD... are you sure you are looking at the right folder?

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mate, you are a lightning! Let me know your opinions.



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Release 2.6.0 Alpha 121205 is available to download.

Change log:

- Some bugs fixed
- Added 'FFmpeg (Safe Mode)' to AC3 Audio Encoding profiles in 'Preferences'/'Audio'
- Added 'Adjust Frame Strategy' in 'Preferences'/'AviSynth'
- Added 'DeBlock' AviSynth deblocking filter (by Manao) in 'Title Edit'/'AviSynth'
- Added a time cap (2h) to AC3 audio encoding step (Wavi+Aften profile). Overrun leads to process kill and 'FFmpeg (Safe Mode)' start as backup.
- Added a framerate consistency check vs selected Video Standard to source titles during 'Add Title' routine
- Added audio ON/OFF control to 'Preview Clip' section
- Added ffdshow 1.2.4422.0 32bit to Installer package
- Added GraphStudio 0.3.2.0 beta to NoInstall and Installer packages
- Added 'Codecs' as new element in Main AVStoDVD Menu
- Added 'ffdshow Video Configuration' option from 'Codecs' (Main Menu)
- Added 'ffdshow Audio Configuration' option from 'Codecs' (Main Menu)
- Added 'Build Graph Filter' option from 'Codecs' (Main Menu)
- Moved 'AviSynth FrameServing Check' from 'Title' to 'Codecs' (Main Menu)
- Removed ImgBurn Installer from AVStoDVD Installer Package. There is still a link to ImgBurn webpage.
- Changed 'Adjust ffdshow Mixer Output at runtime' to 'Adjust ffdshow Settings at Runtime' (now including Raw Video and Raw Audio adjustments for Preview Clip section)
- Improved 'Quick StartUp Tutorial' section
- Improved 'Fix SRT' routine for authored subtitles
- Improved log activity (Audio Encoding section)
- Improved GUI graphics (progress bars color change)
- Re-organized AviSynth filters options disposition in 'Title Edit'/'AviSynth'
- FFmpeg updated to build git-8b6aeb1
- FFMpegSource updated to 2.17
- Haali Media Splitter updated to 1.11.96.14
- MKVToolNix updated to 5.8.0
- MediaInfo updated to 0.7.61

Happy testing.



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Thanks MrC for the new version, I like the improvements very much. I tested it with two small conversion jobs, no problems so far.

One small thing I noticed was when my source was a VOB file from a DVD (unencrypted) that GraphEdit could not build the graph. No big deal...


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I am now in the process of burning a 2nd dvd and timing the burn, since I am writing to an external 1tb drive with 400gb free space. I will let you know what happens.

Regards,
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The 2nd dvd burn aborted in the BatchMux process. Here is the log file for that process.

BatchMux version --> 1.3
Destination Folder --> F:\Ironside Burned DVD\DVD_0\VIDEO_TS
MuxMan Script File --> C:\Users\EDWOOD~1\AppData\Local\Temp\DVD_0_MuxMan.mxp
MuxMan Log String --> -l "C:\Users\EDWOOD~1\AppData\Local\Temp\DVD_0_MuxMan.log"
Folder of the MuxMan executable --> C:\Program Files\AVStoDVD\MuxMan
Check presence of MuxMan.exe --> PASSED
Palette File --> C:\Users\EDWOOD~1\AppData\Local\Temp\DVD_0_Palette.txt
Default Palette --> SUCCESSFULLY REDEFINED
Segment memory resources --> RELEASED
Local Stack memory --> RELEASED
File i/o structures --> DEALLOCATED

The DVD log file is to long to post.


I think the problem was caused by the external drive going to sleep and the process aborted before the drive came up. I have searched the properties of the external drive and I cannot find any way to prevent the drive from going into sleep mode.

Any suggestions?
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@manolito

the VOB is indexed? If not, it should be resolved by directshow. Make sure that ffdshow is setup with libmpeg2 for mpeg1/2 decoding.

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please post the whole log file. You can attach the file.



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One small thing I noticed was when my source was a VOB file from a DVD (unencrypted) that GraphEdit could not build the graph. No big deal...
This is GraphStudio's fault...
Rendering a 1GB VOB from a DVD simply takes longer than 10 secs, and by default GraphStudio aborts rendering after 10 secs. There is an option in GraphStudio to turn this off, and with this option disabled the VOB is rendered correctly.

Unfortunately GraphStudio does not save this setting, and it also does not support startup parameters, so nothing can be done about it. But as I said, this is no big deal...


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