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Old 20th January 2002, 13:57   #1  |  Link
wellyman
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cce maximums?

Having problems with scenarist, while building the vobs. It starts making them, then quits. All I'm doing in cce is following the guide exactly, but on second pass I set the average birate to 4000. I don't go into the gops and mess with them individually. Are there maximums not to exceed for dvd authoring? I have been getting errors like the following:


Info
Info Creating DVD Files
Info No VTS<VTS_1> Language Tracks found
Info Creating DVD data (VTS Title) VTS#01
Info Preparing to multiplex track tron_1
Info Creating Multiplexer info
Info Multiplexing
Info Multiplexing VOB Main Stream
Error Video or Audio Buffer underflow: (Dts: 3196425, SCR 3196479)
Error dvd_mux : DoMux Multiplexing Error
Error Terminated Multiplexing (tron.scn-tron_1_t.vob).
Error Total bitrate is too HIGH. Please reduce the stream bitrate or the number of stream.
Error Multiplex is failed.
Info Multiplexing failed, Track<tron_1>

Error MuxFromDB:MuxVTS failed
Error Multiplex failed
Error DVD files could not be created
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Old 25th January 2002, 21:04   #2  |  Link
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Are you encoding at 23.976 fps and then applying pulldown ?

I had the same error, on checking my .m2v file with bitrate viewer it reported the peak rate as high as 12000k/s ! , since pulldown "virtually" adds one frame for every 4, this would explain the higher rates. ie 9800 * 5/4 = 12250. A re-encode with the max rate set to 7500 in CCE with the same source fixed the problem.
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