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PluginCoder error: no plugin DLLs - 34104


TomInIowa

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Sometimes (most of the time) when I try to "Write Volume", selecting Blu-ray, I get the error

"PluginCoder error: no plugin DLLs - 34104". Project setting: convert all compliant video and audio files.

 

 

transcoding audio ...

creating menu ...

transcoding video ... then error message.

 

 

Then after restarting the computer, waiting for the moon to change position, ??? ( I don't

know what is different) then

DVDitPro HD will "write volume" for Blu-ray without changing anything

in the project. It just works. No error message.

 

 

At first I thought it was the file was not in the right format for DVDit,

but then, without me changing anything in the project, everything

works like I thought it was supposed to.

 

 

Any ideas?

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why are you using the "convert all compliant video and audio" setting?

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The reason for "convert all ... " is my project would build the "volume" or

burn the disc but then

chapters did not work. The next chapter would work in "simulation mode"

but would not work after burning to blu-ray disc. the next capture would go

to some "imaginary" chapter marker or say there was no "next chapter" to go to.

 

After doing the "convert all .. " then everything would work like it was supposed to.

 

 

 

 

note: i did a search of my hard drive and found other sonic*.dll. Sony Picture utility looks like it had installed 3 different versions of the same "name" dll. Making all the sonicmpgvout.dll the same did NOT change anything.

 

One good reason to want to use this option: make all the video in the project fill on one disc. For example, my current project (when it worked the last time) was 1 GB over the 25 GB limit for bluray disc. I want to change the encoding setting to reduce the total size. But, it doesn't work now .. I'm getting the error message "Blugin coder error: no plugin DLL -34104". Now it looks like I am stuck, unless I start all over.

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"I've told people who have this issue to copy SonicMPGvout.dll from the DVDit Pro HD application folder into the programs > common files > Roxio folder. both at the root of that folder and inside of the Roxio Shared DLLs folder..."

 

 

I've done that. Any no change. About 1 out of 10 times (I don't know why), it will reencode the video. Most of the time I get the error "PluginCoder error: no plugin DLLs - 34104".

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Sometimes (most of the time) when I try to "Write Volume", selecting Blu-ray, I get the error

"PluginCoder error: no plugin DLLs - 34104". Project setting: convert all compliant video and audio files.

transcoding audio ...

creating menu ...

transcoding video ... then error message.

Then after restarting the computer, waiting for the moon to change position, ??? ( I don't

know what is different) then

DVDitPro HD will "write volume" for Blu-ray without changing anything

in the project. It just works. No error message.

At first I thought it was the file was not in the right format for DVDit,

but then, without me changing anything in the project, everything

works like I thought it was supposed to.

Any ideas?

 

You may have 2 different versions of the same .dll, when you make a change to your project version 1 .dll gets loaded and when you try to write a "volume" it really needs the version 2. Just a guess... I would try uninstalling, reboot, and install.

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why are you using the "convert all compliant video and audio" setting?...I would think the only reason to do so would be to lower a bit rate. ie, you have legal video, but the bitrate is at 8mbs and for your DVD you need to take the bit rate down to 5 mbs to place more video onto a DVD-5.

 

I've told people who have this issue to copy SonicMPGvout.dll from the DVDit Pro HD application folder into the programs > common files > Roxio folder. both at the root of that folder and inside of the Roxio Shared DLLs folder...

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