December 11th, 2011, 05:57 AM
Audio Ring Buffer Overflow in 629d
"Mpeg Stream error: Audio Ring Buffer Overflow" in 629d
I cleared the log but it is still a bit long so will upload it as a file.
Will be trying an earlier release or maybe not H.264 as file recorded off air is not HD.
Last edited by TimK; December 11th, 2011 at 06:05 AM.
December 11th, 2011, 05:23 PM
Try replicating with a trim and copy and upload it to us if successfull in reproducing.
Tools>Trim and Copy Source File
Also, try disabling multi-audio.
To disable, click on the menu: Tools>Shift+Options
70 Enable support for multiple audio streams : 0
December 12th, 2011, 01:06 AM
Before uploading a sample or disabling multi-audio try this... Hold Shift and click Tools > Options. This will bring up a hidden list of options. Around #15 are two that say maximum number of audio/video frames in buffer. Take whatever those values are and double them. Now try again. If you still get the error try doubling them again. If that still doesn't work then follow phd's instructions and upload a sample so we can reproduce the problem here.
Edit: One more thing to try before uploading the sample... When saving the file click the Options button in the Save dialog and uncheck the "Allow multiple audio streams" option. There could be a bad audio stream in the file that is causing the issue.
Last edited by Dan203; December 12th, 2011 at 02:00 PM.
December 13th, 2011, 07:57 AM
(Had already increased buffer size to 64,000 without affect!)
Originally Posted by Dan203
Thanks Dan, Unchecking the multiple audio streams on the latest problem recording seems to have worked OK with no errors.
Am going back to check the first recording I had problems with - from what I heard when playing it back the second audio stream is used to describe the action for poorly sighted audience and may have long gaps between output.
August 4th, 2012, 10:59 PM
Audio Ring Buffer overflow Version 629d
I have also had trouble with the "Overflow" issue. I have a movie that was recorded as "WTV" and edited in VRD to an MPEG2 format. It plays fine. I wanted to cut it in half as it was too long for my flashdrive. Firstly I had the Audio Ring Buffer Overflow issue but I did some searching and found these threads. I tried doubling the Audio/Video frames in the buffer but this did not work. I then tried what "phd" suggested and disabled the "multi audio". I thought that this had worked but after around 80% of the file save I keep getting a new error message "MPEG Stream error ... audio frame has the wrong length. I also had one that suggested there was a "compressed stream error". The program then has to be shut down. Any thoughts on these issues?
August 6th, 2012, 09:30 AM
Try the latest VideoReDo TVSuite V4 Beta which has enhanced support for WTV