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VidoeWave9 crash on dvr-ms conversion to mpg


maestro

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Hi,

 

I'm creating a new production with VideoWave9.

I'm adding a file that I recorded with my PC in a dvr-ms format.

This file needs to be converted to a mpg format.

The window opens I select the file, then select the name of the converted file and click save.

It then crashes.

 

Error signature:

AppName: videowave9.exe

AppVer: 9.0.2.16

ModName: mpeg2muxer.dll

ModVer: 9.0.1.83

Offset: 000200c5

 

This use to work, the only change I can think of was an upgrade to windows media player.

 

Any help would be appreciated.

 

- maestro

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I am still unfortunate and have analog cable. :)

 

Your pointer made me try this.

I have the same episode recorded three times.

I was able to convert the first one... and the second one caused me to request help from the community.

I just tried the third one with no problem.

 

So there is something in the second episode causing the message. I will transfer it to DVD as is.

And write it off as a glitch.

 

Thanks Paul.

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I am still unfortunate and have analog cable. :)

 

Your pointer made me try this.

I have the same episode recorded three times.

I was able to convert the first one... and the second one caused me to request help from the community.

I just tried the third one with no problem.

 

So there is something in the second episode causing the message. I will transfer it to DVD as is.

And write it off as a glitch.

 

Thanks Paul.

I don't know how I helped but thanks.

Wonder what that glitch was?????

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Thanks Gary.

 

I haven't yet installed IE 7 nor do I plan to. But I removed Windows Media Player 11.

Rebooted and tried to do as I originally set out to do (Post 1).

 

Now I get a crash but with a message.

 

Unable to open file for transcoding. You may not have permission to copy this file.

 

Once more any suggestions would be appreciated.

 

- maestro

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Thanks Gary.

 

I haven't yet installed IE 7 nor do I plan to. But I removed Windows Media Player 11.

Rebooted and tried to do as I originally set out to do (Post 1).

 

Now I get a crash but with a message.

 

Unable to open file for transcoding. You may not have permission to copy this file.

 

Once more any suggestions would be appreciated.

 

- maestro

That message seems like a broadcast flag message. I've gotten that when trying to work on certain files when recorded from digital cable.

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