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thx_for_nuthin
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Crashing on higher quality

Post by thx_for_nuthin » Wed Mar 07, 2007 9:50 pm

I'm trying to rip my dvd's and keep close to 100% quality so I'm ripping with either 10000kbps or 80% constant quality using x264. However whenever the muxing begins the program crashes, leaving me with a un-usable file. Below is the output of the dump file:

Stack trace:
Frame Function Args
7C809512 7C80A075 (50AC458D, 123815FF, 90C37C80, 90909090)
185386 [sig] mediaForkCLI 1444 C:\Documents and Settings\Mark\Desktop\MediaForkCLI.exe: *** fatal error - called with threadlist_ix -1

I have duplicated this on both OSX and XP. I have a screenshot of the CLI output as well. The main part of the error in the CLI is:

Muxing: 0.00 %assertion "(m_size <=(u_int64_t)0xFFFFFFFF)" failed: file "mp4atom.cpp", line 712

jbrjake
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Re: Crashing on higher quality

Post by jbrjake » Wed Mar 07, 2007 10:23 pm

thx_for_nuthin wrote:I'm trying to rip my dvd's and keep close to 100% quality so I'm ripping with either 10000kbps or 80% constant quality using x264. However whenever the muxing begins the program crashes, leaving me with a un-usable file. Below is the output of the dump file:

Stack trace:
Frame Function Args
7C809512 7C80A075 (50AC458D, 123815FF, 90C37C80, 90909090)
185386 [sig] mediaForkCLI 1444 C:\Documents and Settings\Mark\Desktop\MediaForkCLI.exe: *** fatal error - called with threadlist_ix -1

I have duplicated this on both OSX and XP. I have a screenshot of the CLI output as well. The main part of the error in the CLI is:

Muxing: 0.00 %assertion "(m_size <=(u_int64_t)0xFFFFFFFF)" failed: file "mp4atom.cpp", line 712
see: http://handbrake.m0k.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=497

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