VAP6 - TVSuite 6 Auto-Processor Program

wpjonesnh

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Think I found the problem. Please get this zip file
https://vap.videoredo.net/VAP6b3testExe.zip

and replace the VideoReDoAutoProcessor6.exe file in your VAP6 runtime folder with the version unpacked from the zip. The zip also includes a cleaned up version of "VAP6profiles.xml" that could (optionally) replace the one in the Profiles subfolder of the runtime folder, although AFAIK the original version is not causing problems. I recommend copying off the file(s) being replaced then deleting them, before copying the new replacements from the zip into the proper location.

Before, and then after, doing this replacement do this test:
Edit the VideoFileManager.xml file in your VAP6 data folder and delete the line starting with "<AdScanProfile>", which is roughly line 16. Then start up VAP6 and without touching the AdScan profile selector (which should say "*Default") run an AdScan process. With the old exe this should induce the failure. With the test replacement exe it should run OK.
Good Day......
Been off the grid for a little while and I am now in the process of upgrading to version 6. I am running into this particular problem but it appears the link to the zip file is no longer valid? Is there an alternative link available?

Regards.......
 

dlflannery

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Good Day......
Been off the grid for a little while and I am now in the process of upgrading to version 6. I am running into this particular problem but it appears the link to the zip file is no longer valid? Is there an alternative link available?

Regards.......
Uninstall your current VAP6 version and install the latest version using the link in the first post of this thread.
 

wpjonesnh

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Uninstall your current VAP6 version and install the latest version using the link in the first post of this thread.
I need to take a closer look at my setup. I did as you requested and I am still getting the same error message. Will report back either way after I can take a look at it.
 

dlflannery

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I need to take a closer look at my setup. I did as you requested and I am still getting the same error message. Will report back either way after I can take a look at it.
Just to be clear, what error message are you getting? Can you provide a log excerpt? Also, what version of TVSuite 6 are yuo running?
 

wpjonesnh

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Here is the error message I am receiving (Copied from VRDAutoProcessLog.txt ).
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3/5/2020 5:10:18 PM VideoReDo said: INFO: VideoReDo version 6.60.10.816 - Mar  2 2020
3/5/2020 5:10:21 PM VideoReDo said: INFO: VideoReDo opened file: D:\PlayOn\Star Trek_ Picard - s01e07 - Nepenthe.mp4
3/5/2020 5:10:21 PM VideoReDo said: ERROR: VideoReDo failed to create AdScan file: D:\work dir\Converted\Star Trek_ Picard - s01e07 - Nepenthe.mp4.vprj
3/5/2020 5:10:21 PM Output file missing: D:\work dir\Converted\Star Trek_ Picard - s01e07 - Nepenthe.mp4
3/5/2020 5:10:21 PM Moving File to failed_file folder: D:\PlayOn\Star Trek_ Picard - s01e07 - Nepenthe.mp4
3/5/2020 5:10:22 PM Started moving failed file: "Star Trek_ Picard - s01e07 - Nepenthe.mp4"
3/5/2020 5:10:25 PM Finished moving "Star Trek_ Picard - s01e07 - Nepenthe.mp4" to failed folder
I have also zipped up the logs and have attached them but outside of the error, I am not seeing much else in them and I have personally still not ruled out the PC I am using which is running Windows 10 Professional with:
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VideoReDo version 6.60.10.816 - Mar  2 2020
8GB RAM
Intel Celeron CPU G3930 @ 2.90GHz
(PC also running PlayOn Desktop Suite)
Still kind of feels like some weird permissions issue because I also can't seem to run VAP unless I right click on it and choose "Run as Administrator". It immediately terminates if I don't.
Thank you in advance for your assistance and regards.......
 

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dlflannery

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Not sure about your possible permissions issue. Do you normally run on an admin account? Do you install VAP6 and TVSuite 6 while running the same account? If so, you should not have to "run as administrator".

Meanwhile there is an issue of VAP6 not handling the AdScan profiles "Current Settings" and "Default Settings". These are new in the latest TVSuite build that you are using and this is causing the failures you see. Until I figure out the fix, your workaround will have to be to select "*Default" as the AdScan profile.
 

wpjonesnh

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Not sure about your possible permissions issue. Do you normally run on an admin account? Do you install VAP6 and TVSuite 6 while running the same account? If so, you should not have to "run as administrator".

Meanwhile there is an issue of VAP6 not handling the AdScan profiles "Current Settings" and "Default Settings". These are new in the latest TVSuite build that you are using and this is causing the failures you see. Until I figure out the fix, your workaround will have to be to select "*Default" as the AdScan profile.
Hello.......
Yes. The account I use is an admin account and it is also the account I run the programs under. I will also switch to "*Default*" and give that a try and report back.

Thanks you.
 

wpjonesnh

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Hello.......
Yes. The account I use is an admin account and it is also the account I run the programs under. I will also switch to "*Default*" and give that a try and report back.

Thanks you.
So I definitely narrowed this down to the pc I am/was running on. I reinstalled everything on a virtual machine and it runs without any issues. All I need to do now is figure out why it can't scan with comskip now :)

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I can scan with comskip manually though (log from manual execution attached). Is this a known issue? Jus wondering before I run down a debugging rabbit hole. :)

Regards..........
 

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dlflannery

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VAP has logic based on video encoding type and file extension to determine whether Comskip (either version) can be used. Could be a hole in this logic. I can see the extension is .mp4. I need to know the encoding (e.g., mpeg2 or H.264). This will be found in the log file as it starts processing the file. Or you can load the file in TVSuite and hit control-L. If you do that, copy the results to clipboard and paste it into a post or a text attachment here. I noticed in your previous log excerpts that apparently some of your input files have mpeg2 encoding in a .mp4 extension (container). This is an unusual (although valid) combination and maybe the VAP logic doesn’t handle it correctly.

EDIT: The logic was not allowing ComSkip Donator version to process .mp4 files. This has been fixed in test executable version 1.01T2 in attached zip. This is not an installer. It is a replacement for just the VAP6 executable. Give it a try.

EDIT2: Attachment removed. Superseded by release version 1.01
 
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dlflannery

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VAP6 Version 1.01 has been released. Download link in first post of this thread.

23 March 2020 Ver. 1.01
Enhanced: Reads metadata from either NextPVR or MediaPortal XML files if they exist beside the input file, appropriately named. Must use command-line option -metaBTV. .For MediaPortal files, it attempts to decide whether the video is a TV episode or movie by looking at the EPISODENAME and parsing the movie year out of the COMMENT field. If theTVDB and/or TMDb searches are enabled, it augments the XML data with those search results, but will not overwrite the XML items.
Fixed: Comskip Donator (Early Access) version prevented from processing .mp4 files.
Changed: Gets XML for “Default Settings” and “Current Settings” AdScan Profiles at start up.
 
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