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    mplex dvdstyler help


    I tried burning a dvd but at the end it finds a problem

    Code:
     Prepare
    Cleaning temporaly directory
    Generating menus
    Generating menu 1
    Prepare
    Converting jpg to mpeg
    jpegtopnm: WRITING PPM FILE
    
       INFO: [ppmtoy4m] Command-line Parameters:
       INFO: [ppmtoy4m]              framerate:  25:1
       INFO: [ppmtoy4m]     pixel aspect ratio:  59:54
       INFO: [ppmtoy4m]              interlace:  top-field-first (interleaved PPM input)
       INFO: [ppmtoy4m]         starting frame:  0
       INFO: [ppmtoy4m]            # of frames:  1, or until input exhausted
       INFO: [ppmtoy4m]     chroma subsampling:  4:2:0, JPEG/MPEG-1, interstitial siting
       INFO: [ppmtoy4m] Output Stream parameters:
       INFO: [ppmtoy4m]     frame size:  720x576 pixels (622080 bytes)
       INFO: [ppmtoy4m]     frame rate:  25/1 fps (~25.000000)
       INFO: [ppmtoy4m]      interlace:  top-field-first
       INFO: [ppmtoy4m]   sample aspect ratio:  59:54
    
    
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] SETTING EXTENDED MMX for MOTION!
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] SETTING MMX for TRANSFORM!
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] SETTING EXTENDED MMX for PREDICTION!
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] Selecting DVD output profile
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] Assuming norm PAL
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] Interlaced input - selecting interlaced encoding.
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] Encoding MPEG-2 video to /home/user/dvd/menu1-0.mpg_bg.m2v
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] Horizontal size: 720 pel
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] Vertical size: 576 pel
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] Aspect ratio code: 2 = 4:3 display
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] Frame rate code:   3 = 25.0 (PAL/SECAM VIDEO / converted FILM)
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] Bitrate: 7500 KBit/s
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] Quality factor: 8 (Quantisation = 9) (1=best, 31=worst)
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] Field order for input: top-field-first
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] Sequence unlimited length
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] Search radius: 16
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] GOP SIZE RANGE 9 TO 15 
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] Setting colour/gamma parameters to "PAL B/G"
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] Progressive format frames = 0
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] Using default unmodified quantization matrices
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] Buffering 33 frames
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] Signaling last frame = 0
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] SETTING 3DNOW and EXTENDED MMX for QUANTIZER!
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] GOP start (1 frames)
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] Frame end 0 I quant=8.00 total act=345.60612    
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] GOP start (0 frames)
       INFO: [mpeg2enc] Guesstimated final muxed size = 17744
    
    
    Multiplexing audio and video
       INFO: [mplex] mplex version 1.6.2 (2.2.3 $Date: 2004/01/13 20:45:26 $)
       INFO: [mplex] File /home/user/dvd/menu1-0.mpg_bg.m2v looks like an MPEG Video stream.
       INFO: [mplex] File /usr/share/dvdstyler/data/silence.mp2 looks like an MPEG Audio stream.
       INFO: [mplex] Video stream 0: profile 8 selected - ignoring non-standard options!
       INFO: [mplex] Found 1 audio streams and 1 video streams
       INFO: [mplex] Selecting dvdauthor DVD output profile
       INFO: [mplex] Multiplexing video program stream!
       INFO: [mplex] Scanning for header info: Video stream e0 (/home/user/dvd/menu1-0.mpg_bg.m2v) 
       INFO: [mplex] VIDEO STREAM: e0
       INFO: [mplex] Frame width     : 720
       INFO: [mplex] Frame height    : 576
       INFO: [mplex] Aspect ratio    : 4:3 display
       INFO: [mplex] Picture rate    : 25.000 frames/sec
       INFO: [mplex] Bit rate        : 7500000 bits/sec
       INFO: [mplex] Vbv buffer size : 229376 bytes
       INFO: [mplex] CSPF            : 0
       INFO: [mplex] Scanning for header info: Audio stream c0 (/usr/share/dvdstyler/data/silence.mp2)
       INFO: [mplex] MPEG AUDIO STREAM: c0
       INFO: [mplex] Audio version  : 1.0
       INFO: [mplex] Layer          :        2
       INFO: [mplex] CRC checksums  :       no
       INFO: [mplex] Bit rate       :    28672 bytes/sec (224 kbit/sec)
       INFO: [mplex] Frequency      :     44100 Hz
       INFO: [mplex] Mode           :        0 stereo
       INFO: [mplex] Mode extension :        0
       INFO: [mplex] Copyright bit  :        0 no copyright
       INFO: [mplex] Original/Copy  :        0 copy
       INFO: [mplex] Emphasis       :        0 none
       INFO: [mplex] SYSTEMS/PROGRAM stream:
       INFO: [mplex] rough-guess multiplexed stream data rate    : 7889048
       INFO: [mplex] target data-rate specified               : 10080000
       INFO: [mplex] Setting specified specified data rate: 10080000
       INFO: [mplex] Scanned to end AU 0
       INFO: [mplex] Run-in Sectors = 89 Video delay = 13019 Audio delay = 16619
       INFO: [mplex] New sequence commences...
       INFO: [mplex] Video e0: buf= 237568 frame=000000 sector=00000000
       INFO: [mplex] Audio c0: buf=   4096 frame=000000 sector=00000000
       INFO: [mplex] STREAM e0 completed @ frame 0.
    
       INFO: [mplex] STREAM c0 completed @ frame 114.
       INFO: [mplex] Multiplex completion at SCR=275456.
       INFO: [mplex] Video e0: buf= 237568 frame=000000 sector=00000009
       INFO: [mplex] Audio c0: buf=   1170 frame=000114 sector=00000042
       INFO: [mplex] VIDEO_STATISTICS: e0
       INFO: [mplex] Video Stream length:       17744 bytes
       INFO: [mplex] Sequence headers:        1
       INFO: [mplex] Sequence ends   :        1
       INFO: [mplex] No. Pictures    :        0
       INFO: [mplex] No. Groups      :        1
       INFO: [mplex] No. I Frames    :        1 avg. size 17744 bytes
       INFO: [mplex] No. P Frames    :        0 avg. size     0 bytes
       INFO: [mplex] No. B Frames    :        0 avg. size     0 bytes
       INFO: [mplex] Average bit-rate :  3548800 bits/sec
       INFO: [mplex] Peak bit-rate    :        0  bits/sec
       INFO: [mplex] BUFFERING stream too short for useful statistics
       INFO: [mplex] AUDIO_STATISTICS: c0
       INFO: [mplex] Audio stream length 84115 bytes.
       INFO: [mplex] Syncwords      :      115
       INFO: [mplex] Frames         :       65 padded
       INFO: [mplex] Frames         :       50 unpadded
       INFO: [mplex] BUFFERING stream too short for useful statistics
       INFO: [mplex] MUX STATUS: no under-runs detected.
    
    Multiplexing subtitles (buttons) into mpeg
    DVDAuthor::spumux, version 0.6.11.
    Build options: gnugetopt magick iconv freetype fribidi
    Send bugs to <dvdauthor-users@lists.sourceforge.net>
    
    INFO&#58; Locale=en_US
    INFO&#58; Converting filenames to ISO-8859-1
    STAT&#58; 0&#58;00&#58;00.000
    INFO&#58; Picture /home/user/dvd/menu1-0.mpg_buttons.png had 2 colors
    INFO&#58; Picture /home/user/dvd/menu1-0.mpg_highlight.png had 2 colors
    INFO&#58; Picture /home/user/dvd/menu1-0.mpg_select.png had 2 colors
    INFO&#58; Pickbuttongroups, success with 1 groups, useimg=1
    INFO&#58; Found EOF in .sub file.
    INFO&#58; Max_sub_size=370
    WARN&#58;  Read 0, expected 4
    INFO&#58; 1 subtitles added, 0 subtitles skipped, stream&#58; 32, offset&#58; 0.18
    
    Statistics&#58;
    - Processed 0 subtitles.
    - The longest display line had -1 characters.
    - The maximum number of displayed lines was 0.
    - The normal display height of the font arial.ttf was 0.
    - The bottom display height of the font arial.ttf was 0.
    - The biggest subtitle box had 370 bytes.
    
    Check MPEG-files
    Fix MPEG-file&#58; /mnt/win_d/Mi presenti i tuoi.mpg
    warning&#58; couldn't find any valid system header. I'm continuing anyway
     DemultiplexingXXX &#58; &#91;audio 01  video 01&#93; &#91;  0.01%&#93;
     DemultiplexingXXX &#58; &#91;audio 01  video 01&#93; &#91;  0.02%&#93;
     DemultiplexingXXX &#58; &#91;audio 01  video 01&#93; &#91;  0.03%&#93;
    ......bla bla......
     DemultiplexingXXX &#58; &#91;audio 01  video 01&#93; &#91; 99.98%&#93;
     DemultiplexingXXX &#58; &#91;audio 01  video 01&#93; &#91; 99.99%&#93;
     DemultiplexingXXX &#58; &#91;audio 01  video 01&#93; &#91;100.00%&#93;
    
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; mplex version 1.6.2 &#40;2.2.3 $Date&#58; 2004/01/13 20&#58;45&#58;26 $&#41;
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; File /home/user/dvd/title0-0-0-0.m2v looks like an MPEG Video stream.
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; File /home/user/dvd/title0-0-0-0.mp2 looks like an MPEG Audio stream.
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Video stream 0&#58; profile 8 selected - ignoring non-standard options!
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Found 1 audio streams and 1 video streams
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Selecting dvdauthor DVD output profile
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Multiplexing video program stream!
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Scanning for header info&#58; Video stream e0 &#40;/home/user/dvd/title0-0-0-0.m2v&#41; 
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; VIDEO STREAM&#58; e0
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Frame width     &#58; 640
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Frame height    &#58; 480
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Aspect ratio    &#58; 4&#58;3 display
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Picture rate    &#58; 29.970 frames/sec
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Bit rate        &#58; 1150000 bits/sec
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Vbv buffer size &#58; 229376 bytes
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; CSPF            &#58; 1
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Scanning for header info&#58; Audio stream c0 &#40;/home/user/dvd/title0-0-0-0.mp2&#41;
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; MPEG AUDIO STREAM&#58; c0
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Audio version  &#58; 1.0
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Layer          &#58;        2
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; CRC checksums  &#58;      yes
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Bit rate       &#58;    10240 bytes/sec &#40; 80 kbit/sec&#41;
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Frequency      &#58;     44100 Hz
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Mode           &#58;        0 stereo
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Mode extension &#58;        0
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Copyright bit  &#58;        0 no copyright
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Original/Copy  &#58;        0 copy
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Emphasis       &#58;        0 none
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; SYSTEMS/PROGRAM stream&#58;
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; rough-guess multiplexed stream data rate    &#58; 1258400
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; target data-rate specified               &#58; 10080000
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Setting specified specified data rate&#58; 10080000
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Run-in Sectors = 89 Video delay = 13019 Audio delay = 16022
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; New sequence commences...
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Video e0&#58; buf= 237568 frame=000000 sector=00000000
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Audio c0&#58; buf=   4096 frame=000000 sector=00000000
       INFO&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Scanned to end AU 198650
    &#91;COLOR=red&#93;++ WARN&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; No seq. header starting new sequence after seq. end!
    **ERROR&#58; &#91;mplex&#93; Sequence split detected 3 but no following sequence found...
    
    
    Error executing of command&#58; mplex -f 8 -o "/home/user/dvd/title0-0-0.vob"
    "/home/user/dvd/title0-0-0-0.m2v" "/home/user/dvd/title0-0-0-0.mp2"
    [/COLOR]

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    Re: mplex dvdstyler help

    Quote Originally Posted by rinonapo
    I tried burning a dvd but at the end it finds a problem
    You got further than me. I couldn't even get dvdstyler to install properly (from a compile).

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    well I used mandriva to install it and it works properly, even on slackware it worked.... what distro are you using???

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    dvdstyler on SuSE-9.3/10.0

    Quote Originally Posted by rinonapo
    well I used mandriva to install it and it works properly, even on slackware it worked.... what distro are you using???
    I tried SuSE-9.3 and SuSE-10.0 on different PCs. The SuSE-9.3 version that I was able to install (via rpms) was too old a version of dvdstyler to be very useful. The latest versions would not install. I have not been successful yet on SuSE-10.0

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    One of your main problems is sound.

    Your sound has to be 48000Hz in order to burn a DVD. I never tried to encode in 640x480 before either but I don't think it is a problem. Because I encode DVD's with VCD Video and DVD Audio. This enables me to burn 450 Minutes on one DVD. When you are backing up VHS it is senseless to use anything higher then VCD.
    Some good programs to use are Avidemux for Linux and TMPEGEnc for Windows. Linux has another really good app called KVideoEncoder. Depending on your distro if it uses rpm binary packages then try using rpm.pbone.net. It has a cool function that will search your kernel modules for depencies so those programs install and compile correctly. Now all I really use is mencoder, KVideoEncoder, and DVD Styler.
    Avidemux also has automatic functions to allow you to encode a video in DVD, VCD, SVCD, IPOD, PSP, and many other formats including custom. Although its shortcomings is you have to encode a video twice if you want to join a DVD Audio with VCD Video.
    You also want to split the audio and video/audio using a De-Multiplexer so you can join the two with DVD Styler. TMPEGEnc works under Wine for the MPEG Tools functions really well and it has a DeMultiplexer. KVideoEncoder also has a DeMultiplexer.
    Once you figure out how to work DVD Styler it is really easy, just drag your Video down, then drag your Audio file down if it is split. It automatically splits it for you but takes longer. The only thing is you have to have the proper MPEG Video stream that is recognized by DVD Players(VCD, SVCD, DVD), and of course a 48000Hz audio stream only.

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    Try rpm.pbone.net to search for your dependencies.

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