Stack Dump ripping Thirteen Days

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JediRory
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Stack Dump ripping Thirteen Days

Post by JediRory » Thu Apr 19, 2007 8:07 pm

Okay, before anyone jumps my stuff ;) : I've done searches on this and am aware that similar errors have arose and that research is probably under way. I've downloaded the re-compilied version that sr55 put together, yet I'm still having the issue.

So you know, I'm trying to rip Thirteen Days with the following settings:

Width/Height - 720x480
Video BitRate - 3000
2-Pass Encoding - On
Video Framework - Default
Video Encoder - H.264
Audio Encoder - AAC
Audio Bitrate - 128
Audio Sample Rate - 48000
No. Processors - 2
DVD Title 1
All DVD Chapters

I'm running a WinXP (Version 2002, SP2) machine with a AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 3800+ 2.0Ghz, with 2GB of DDR. I'm running the 0.8 Version, Build 2.1 of Handbrake, using the Windows GUI.

Below is the stack dump that I receive:

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Exception: STATUS_ACCESS_VIOLATION at eip=610B5232
eax=16B6C4E2 ebx=0169BD80 ecx=61147E34 edx=16B6C4E2 esi=61147E34 edi=0169BD80
ebp=1A28C988 esp=1A28C970 program=C:\Program Files\Handbrake\hbcli.exe, pid 900, thread unknown (0xB64)
cs=001B ds=0023 es=0023 fs=003B gs=0000 ss=0023
Stack trace:
Frame     Function  Args
1A28C988  610B5232  (0169BD80, 00000000, 1A28C9A8, 0169BD80)
1A28C9A8  610B7D4D  (0169BD28, FFFFFFFF, 1A28CC74, 0169BD28)
1A28CAC8  610B0FDB  (1A28CAE0, 00000000, 00F681E0, 61092B48)
1A28CAD8  61077028  (0169BD28, 00000000, 00775FF0, 01286A10)
00F681E0  61092B48  (000002D0, 000001E0, 00000001, 00000033)
-  21592 [unknown (0xB64)] hbcli 900 _cygtls::handle_exceptions: Exception: STATUS_ACCESS_VIOLATION
-  21155 [unknown (0xB64)] hbcli 900 _cygtls::handle_exceptions: Error while dumping state (probably corrupted stack)
Any thoughts about what I should try to do? Thanks, guys....I appreciate the patience, understanding and help.

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Post by s55 » Thu Apr 19, 2007 8:45 pm

Basically your stuffed. Preventing these stackdumps is beyond the knowledge of anyone on the team. We have no CYGWIN enviroment experts around.

All you can do is try various different pieces of software to feed the DvD to handbrake. e.g AnyDVD (best),DVD43 if those fails, Ripit4me, Dvd shrink are both free.

I suspect its just malformed dvd data thats causing handbrake to do something CYGWIN doesnt support and hence causes it to crash. Try the different dvd decryptors above, you might get lucky.

JediRory
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Post by JediRory » Thu Apr 19, 2007 11:40 pm

Yeah, it's really weird....I'm using AnyDVD versoin 6.1.3.3 (latest)....sometimes various stack dumps will occur on the machine I listed above, yet work fine on my laptop. With regards to handbrake and any dvd, I run the same version. OS's are the same as well...but the laptop isn't an AMD processor, its an Intel. its just frickin' weird.

Thanks for the assist.....such a weird pain in the rear. :(

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