Windows Vista DV problem. [ANSWER]
Posted: Tue, 11th Sep 2007, 3:34am
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I have a problem at the end of the VideoWrap conversion everything stops before concluding the conversion
A box appears and Vista says ffmpeg.exe has made an error and it has to shut down the program...
Sometime I wait, it passes this errors and the file is made then if I let the program opened too long, I have a BSOD (this is my very first BSOD on Vista which s very rare on this soft)
and sometime I have a BSOD if I don't shut immediatly the program as soon as I got the error...!
I made a conversion with Web Template with Quicktime codec. A "2MB" encode with the last template, the black one...
File to be converted 2GB - 10min long (Microsoft DV avi)
File converted to 110 MB
File store and converted on the same Hard Disk (I'll try to convert it in another drive, we never know...)
Don't understand what's happening but it does not smell really good..
I'll stop for now any conversion as I already had more than 10 BSOD always at the end of conversion
Quad Core 2.4Ghz
Vista with last updates
2048Mb Ram PC6400
SATA II Drives
Pionneer DVD 109
Posted: Tue, 11th Sep 2007, 4:42am
Post 2 of 5
Thanks for reporting the problem.
When you get the BSOD, have you always been using the same source movie, and the same Web Template?
If so, can you try using a totally different source movie and then convert it to something like Flash please?
It'll be useful to know whether the problem is just with 1 particular movie (or codec), or with all conversions on your PC.
Posted: Tue, 11th Sep 2007, 4:58am
Post 3 of 5
always using the same source movie
Will try another one and keep u inform
Posted: Tue, 11th Sep 2007, 2:46pm
Post 4 of 5
it appears that it's codec problem
It's not really working well when you convert Mirosoft DV AVi file.
I transfered my into Quicktime DV PAL and it works...
Posted: Tue, 11th Sep 2007, 3:34pm
Post 5 of 5
DV seems fine here and with our testers as well.
Vista does have many odd codec issues especially if you're running Ultimate x64 which is a bit of a nightmare.
Still, a BSOD is rather extreme and I expect its something to do with DirectShow on your computer.