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Hum, but the first time I tried to encode, it went just fine, without the 1st pass file... ojab commented Apr 6, 2015 Actually --net=none and --net=host fails with the same error (haven't debugged netlink in that cases though). Then select "Two-pass second pass" and Save as AVI. The first pass makes the stats file for the second pass. http://culturahq.com/cannot-start/cannot-start-video-compression-an-unknown-error-occurred.html

wide.... setarip_old24th March 2006, 00:[email protected] Of course the possibility you mentioned exists - I based my statement on the poster's referring to, "i have nearly 180gb movies on my 200gb harddrive, i Riot999 'Tards Against Humanity. 22,770 posts Since Apr 25, 2001 Originally posted by Eric_Digital Well, buttfuck me. The Dockerfile starts with: FROM ubuntu:14.04 COPY conf/pubkey pubkey RUN echo 'deb http://downloads.skewed.de/apt/trusty trusty universe' >> /etc/apt/sources.list \ && apt-key add pubkey \ && rm pubkey And it returns INFO[0000] operation

roise_r23rd March 2006, 12:26ok this is a tough one..., i have posted before about this, but back then i was basic noob (now i am advanced noob :p ), and i Quote + Reply to Thread Quick Navigation Video Conversion Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Video Latest Video News Newbie / General so no, unfortenatly i dont have my sources, i used autoGK to encode the first time Perhaps he wanted to encode a 16:9 video but retain 100% of the vertical resolution

Click to expand... under full processing mode select the xvid compression and click "config" Click to expand... then I had to format the PC and lost everything, including the episodes. I mean, you'd need an NFS mount, for one thing.

Single pass encodes the file on the fly rather than using a stat file. yep. Riot999, Jul 10, 2006 #4 Jul 10, 2006 Eric_Digital the balm Eric_Digital the balm 10,989 posts Since Sep 13, 2002 Originally posted by Riot999 Virtual Dub: In the video menu select under full processing mode select the xvid compression and click "config" filters are under video->filters->add Ilitirit, Jul 10, 2006 #10 Jul 10, 2006 Riot999 'Tards Against Humanity.

AnimeSuki Forums Register Forum Rules FAQ Community Today's Posts Search AnimeSuki Forum > Support > Tech Support Encoding Issues - VirtualDub User Name Remember Me? Checked a guide, where they first select first pass, added it to the job queue, then selects second pass and added that to the job queue, before starting the jobs. I have no idea what the differences are between the various codecs. The time now is 03:36.

Do I need to download something additional? After looking for some info, I've been told that the best encoding way is: "Xvid, Advanced Simple @L5, Twopass - 2nd Pass" and then choosing my filesize / birtrate. select resumed> ) = 0 (Timeout) rlpowell commented Jun 30, 2015 So yeah, lsetxattr is absolutely guaranteed to fail over NFS. Tank-Fighting Alien "Carrie has arrived at the airport for two hours." - Is this sentence grammatically correct?

Weird, its ok for me. his comment is here If so you might need to tweak which ones are running in the video decoder config. Created a separate issue here. Then, I encode again at 2nd pass (overwriting the 1st file?) at the filesize I want?

Where can I get a "standard"/"default" stats file for 2 pass xvid encoding? Statsfile not found! [clicked OK and got this:] Cannot start video compression: The operation is not supported (error code -1). Luckily I had this working on a previous release. http://culturahq.com/cannot-start/cannot-start-video-camera-viewfinder-blackberry.html or the forum will stop loading for you.

It should not be a problem to find Doom9's XviD and VirtualDub guide. Tbh id paste the error msgs into google first and see what that brings up. As for the xvid problem, it sounds to me like you're trying to do a multipass encode without doing the first pass to create the stats file.

nope:), i want to reduce wide resolution from 800 to 720, and keep aspect ratio, meaning if the movie is 800x380 i want to encode the movie with 720x342 (800/720=1.111111, 380/1.11111=342)

Still, I don't get why or what could be causing the error, and if what I'm doing now will do fine. This is reliably reproducible on my Fedora 21 AWS instances with docker 1.6.0. The first pass makes the stats file for the second pass. This always worked before.

If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ. Riot999 'Tards Against Humanity. 22,770 posts Since Apr 25, 2001 Originally posted by Ilitirit yep. That's the correct way I assume, because I didn't get the error now. navigate here Docker member thaJeztah commented Apr 5, 2015 @ojab were you able to resolve the issue with the hints in #11889 (comment) (using CONFIG_VETH=y)?


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