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Using .avi file directly into DVDit Pro HD


DonHDV

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Rather than spending a lot of time in my NLE outputting a .mpg file that may need to be transcoded anyway, I thought I would use a final .avi file from PremierePro2 + CineformAccessHD4.2x directly.

 

The project burned just fine. The only hitch is that "Simulation" would not work. On starting to play it gave this error message:

 

Operating system error HRESULT=0x80040217 No combination of intermediate filters could be found to make this connection.

 

I beleive David Newman (see Cineform forum on DVinfo.net) has said that they piggyback on things Windows Media Player has, if that helps

 

Is this easily fixable? Any other thoughts?

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Rather than spending a lot of time in my NLE outputting a .mpg file that may need to be transcoded anyway, I thought I would use a final .avi file from PremierePro2 + CineformAccessHD4.2x directly.

 

The project burned just fine. The only hitch is that "Simulation" would not work. On starting to play it gave this error message:

 

Operating system error HRESULT=0x80040217 No combination of intermediate filters could be found to make this connection.

 

I beleive David Newman (see Cineform forum on DVinfo.net) has said that they piggyback on things Windows Media Player has, if that helps

 

Is this easily fixable? Any other thoughts?

 

You can just use the 1080i60VBR (I changed mine to a higher bitrate) preset on the Adobe Encoder and DVDit will not transcode the video but it will the audio but that doesn't take too long.

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You can just use the 1080i60VBR (I changed mine to a higher bitrate) preset on the Adobe Encoder and DVDit will not transcode the video but it will the audio but that doesn't take too long.

 

I thought I kept seeing David Newman of Cineform say the Adobe Media Encoder was "broken" for HD. Do you find that is "old news"? :)

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