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I want to convert a mp4 video to Dvd or DivX but it's not. it hangs even if a day. See image.Where is it the cause?

 

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Is the mp4 video copy protected (purchased commercial video)? If so, no Roxio product will work with it.. It looks like Roger Waters The Wall.

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I guess we have to wit until PinkJer comes back and gives us more information about the source off the file. :unsure:

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I think we are chasing a red herring, Steve. If the file was copy-protected, the conversion would not have been started.

 

According to the screenshot the OP is running under Windows 10, and it looks like the conversion has proceeded through the 100% point at a very tidy speed - just on 58 frames a second - which would indicate it has had no problems at all converting the source.

 

The message showing, "Bezig met titel in cache opslaan..." seems to indicate that the program is shifting the file to or from temporary storage. Things must have gone awry at that point, because the "Close this dialog box" has been checked but the dialog box is still open.

 

I suspect that the source is actually a Matroska file. Play time is 132 minutes 36 secs, but he's converting to DivX so we won't run up against DVD time limits in the conversion.

VCC should handle it okay, but I won't be able to confirm until my machine finishes converting it. Since I'm only getting 9-10 fps, that's going to take many hours yet.

 

I'll come back when it finishes.

 

Regards,

Brendon

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Okay, the convert took me just over 5 hours since my video card [GPU] isn't so hot. It gives me 10 frames/second rather than the 58 that PinkJer got..

It worked! The resulting DivX AVI was 2,369,585 KB.

 

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So, PinkJer, it should have worked for you. The only thing I can think of is that you may have had not enough free space, or your hard drive may have been too fragmented.

 

I have tied up my computer for more than 5 hours to check this out for you. Are you willing to defrag your hard drive, make sure you have at least 8 GB of free space, and try this again?

 

Regards,

Brendon

 

p.s. Was it the MKV file?

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Sorry, I should have looked closer and used a translator ! :(

 

After all your hard work, I hope the OP comes back and lets us know if your hard work paid off. for him/

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Okay, the convert took me just over 5 hours since my video card [GPU] isn't so hot. It gives me 10 frames/second rather than the 58 that PinkJer got..

It worked! The resulting DivX AVI was 2,369,585 KB.

 

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So, PinkJer, it should have worked for you. The only thing I can think of is that you may have had not enough free space, or your hard drive may have been too fragmented.

 

I have tied up my computer for more than 5 hours to check this out for you. Are you willing to defrag your hard drive, make sure you have at least 8 GB of free space, and try this again?

 

Regards,

Brendon

 

p.s. Was it the MKV file?

 

 

So where did you get the source file?

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So where did you get the source file?

 

That's not relevant to this technical discussion.

 

Regards,

Brendon

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