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Old 3rd July 2007, 19:48   #281  |  Link
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Looks like an Aften crash to me. Can you please try a different Aften build? I'm using one from here:

http://win32builds.sourceforge.net/aften/index.html

Don't remember which one. Might be revision 449.
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Old 3rd July 2007, 19:48   #282  |  Link
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the file is 5gb+ and the audio only like 23 min?
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Old 3rd July 2007, 19:53   #283  |  Link
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Which file is 5GB? The raw/wav file can be that big. But don't worry, the final AC3 file will be much much smaller. The raw/wav files are just temporary intermediate files. They're so big because they're totally uncompressed. AC3 is a strong compressing algorithm.
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Old 3rd July 2007, 20:21   #284  |  Link
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madshi I love you lol, got it to work with the 449 like u said, thanks a million
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Old 3rd July 2007, 23:14   #285  |  Link
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whats the difference between using aften builds VERSION 0.07 and SVN REVISION 449.
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Old 4th July 2007, 08:51   #286  |  Link
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whats the difference between using aften builds VERSION 0.07 and SVN REVISION 449.
I've no idea.
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Old 4th July 2007, 10:13   #287  |  Link
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temp

Hello madshi.
Is it possible to add parameter for working directory? Because it is not best idea to create mono wavs in same directory where source eac3/pcm file is located.
Thanks in advance
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Old 4th July 2007, 10:24   #288  |  Link
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whats the difference between using aften builds VERSION 0.07 and SVN REVISION 449.
The rev449 is a intermediate version between v0.06 (with problems with big files) and v0.07 (rev493).

I don't know problems with Wisodev v0.07 compiles, please report if the problems related in this thread was with Aften v0.07 or a previous one.

With rev449 some of the changes in v0.07 may not be present.

Edit: The rev449 is the first using the parameter -readtoeof 1 to support wav files >4GB. See this post and following.

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Old 4th July 2007, 10:32   #289  |  Link
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it is not best idea to create mono wavs in same directory where source eac3/pcm file is located.
Why is that?
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Old 4th July 2007, 10:44   #290  |  Link
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Why is that?
Because it slows encoding down

I have also same problem posted here several days ago:

eac3to.exe "D:\VOBs\Ghost Rider\bits0001.pcm" h:\ghost.dts -1536
RAW, 5.1 channels, 2:03:25, 16 bits, 48khz
Convert the multi channel raw file to mono wav files. Please wait...
Convert the mono wav files to dts. Please wait...
Creating the DTS file failed. The multi channel wav files are valid, though.

I checked i have Surcode 1.0.23 properly installed and version of eac3to tool is 1.9.0.2

Can you please help me find what is wrong then?
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Because it slows encoding down
Argh, so you want the temp files to be on another drive?

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eac3to.exe "D:\VOBs\Ghost Rider\bits0001.pcm" h:\ghost.dts -1536
RAW, 5.1 channels, 2:03:25, 16 bits, 48khz
Convert the multi channel raw file to mono wav files. Please wait...
Convert the mono wav files to dts. Please wait...
Creating the DTS file failed. The multi channel wav files are valid, though.

I checked i have Surcode 1.0.23 properly installed and version of eac3to tool is 1.9.0.2
Does DTS encoding work if you put the mono wav files manually into SurCode?

What does your registry have here:

HKLM\Software\Minnetonka Audio Software\SurCode DVD DTS\Home

Is there a "surcodedvd.exe" in the path listed in that registry value?
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Old 4th July 2007, 10:57   #292  |  Link
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Argh, so you want the temp files to be on another drive?
Yes, exactly

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Does DTS encoding work if you put the mono wav files manually into SurCode?

What does your registry have here:

HKLM\Software\Minnetonka Audio Software\SurCode DVD DTS\Home

Is there a "surcodedvd.exe" in the path listed in that registry value?
It works manually but key contains this:
C:\Program Files\SurCode DVD DTS
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It works manually but key contains this:
C:\Program Files\SurCode DVD DTS
Is there a "surcodedvd.exe" in that path? Which OS are we you using?
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Old 4th July 2007, 11:31   #294  |  Link
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Is there a "surcodedvd.exe" in that path? Which OS are we you using?
No, as i posted before. there is just this:
C:\Program Files\SurCode DVD DTS

nothing more.

I am using WXP Pro
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No, as i posted before. there is just this:
C:\Program Files\SurCode DVD DTS
No. I mean open My Computer and look what you find in "C:\Program Files\SurCode DVD DTS". Is there a "surcodedvd.exe" file in that folder?
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No. I mean open My Computer and look what you find in "C:\Program Files\SurCode DVD DTS". Is there a "surcodedvd.exe" file in that folder?
Yes, surcodedvd.exe is in this folder
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Old 4th July 2007, 12:10   #297  |  Link
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Hello,

I use eac3toGui 1.18 and try to convert an TrueHD with extension Vendeta.evo only with one audio witch i i demux with Evodemux and i have this kind of error !!!

Microsoft Windows XP [version 5.1.2600]
(C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.

O:\V pour Vendetta HD-DVD.1080p>"C:\DVD Outils HD\EAC3toGUI 0.90\eac3to.exe" "O:
\V pour Vendetta HD-DVD.1080p\Vendetta.EVO" "O:\V pour Vendetta HD-DVD.1080p\Ve
ndettaEnglish.ac3" -24
Muxing evo's first audio track to raw. Please wait...
Getting demuxer audio output pin failed.

O:\V pour Vendetta HD-DVD.1080p>

Can someone can help me !!!!
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Old 4th July 2007, 12:13   #298  |  Link
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Yes, surcodedvd.exe is in this folder
When you start SurCode manually, what does the title bar say? Does it say "DTS Encoder" or something else? Does the encode button say "Encode" or something else? eac3to depends on these texts.

You don't have accidently deleted the "HookSurcode.dll" file which comes with eac3to? Cause that file is needed for SurCode automation.
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I use eac3toGui 1.18 and try to convert an TrueHD with extension Vendeta.evo only with one audio witch i i demux with Evodemux and i have this kind of error !!!

O:\V pour Vendetta HD-DVD.1080p>"C:\DVD Outils HD\EAC3toGUI 0.90\eac3to.exe" "O:
\V pour Vendetta HD-DVD.1080p\Vendetta.EVO" "O:\V pour Vendetta HD-DVD.1080p\Ve
ndettaEnglish.ac3" -24
Muxing evo's first audio track to raw. Please wait...
Getting demuxer audio output pin failed.
That means that the Nero splitter doesn't seem to like this EVO file. Do you have the latest Nero version installed?
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When you start SurCode manually, what does the title bar say? Does it say "DTS Encoder" or something else? Does the encode button say "Encode" or something else? eac3to depends on these texts.

You don't have accidently deleted the "HookSurcode.dll" file which comes with eac3to? Cause that file is needed for SurCode automation.

Title says "DTS Encoder" and button is named "Encode".
HookSurcode.dll file is in same directory as eac3to.exe
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