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Old 20th August 2006, 01:19   #1  |  Link
manoflogan
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VirtualDub Error:Can't open the file temp.avi because it is in use by some other proc

Hi All,

I am just splitting the error messages.

I am getting the following error:

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VirtualDub Error:
Can not open file temp._Movie.avi. The process can not access the file because it is being used by some other process.
I know that Norton Anti Virus causes this. I have McAfee though. I wanted to know if anything else can cause the error.

Thanks and hoping for the reply
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Old 21st August 2006, 06:41   #2  |  Link
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These are the processes that were going on on my terminal.

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agntservc
AGRSMMSG
alg
ApntEx
Apoint
cmd
csrss
ctfmon
cvslock
cvsservice
dbsnmp
eabservr
explorer
FrameworkService
GoogleDesktop
GoogleDesktopCrawl
GoogleDesktopDisplay
GoogleDesktopIndex
lsass
McSheild
mdm
MpCmdRun
MSASCui
MsMpEng
naPrdMgr
nvsvc32
omtsreco
services
shstat
SMAgent
smss
spoolsv
svchost (6)
System
System Idle Prcoess
taskmgr
UpdaterUI
VsTskMgr
wdfmgr
winlogon
Could anyone of them be causing the conflict? Be grateful for any help that anybody can give me
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Old 21st August 2006, 08:30   #3  |  Link
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There are quite a lot of processes I don't know here.

I'm just thinking of something : Antiviruses like to scan a file before it's allowed to be viewed/opened by the user. If ever your antivirus takes too much time to close the file descriptor, this is the sort of thing that will happen anyway.

I can suggest 2 quick solutions :
1) disable your antivirus while encoding (which you might not want to do if you're browsing while surfing).
2) set your antivirus not to scan audio/video files (you might have to add some file extensions manually to an ignore list) : .avi/.mp4/.mkv/.ogm/.mp3/.ogg/.ac3/.aac/.d2v/.vob/.ifo and much more
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Old 23rd August 2006, 19:00   #4  |  Link
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Thanks Darkzell and other members of the forum. The second pass has started. Will post what happens on the doom 9 forum.
You guys rock!!
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