This came to me in my sleep: are your hard drives NTFS or FAT32 (or something else)?
I have no idea
Number of ways…
For eg., just right click on your hdd(s) > left click on properties.
The file sysytem will be displayed…
I got 2 hard drives in total, one is FAT32 and the other is NTFS
Thanks for the backup, pard. Unexpected grandfathering duties today.
Sorry to leave you hanging with no response. Mil pardones.
so I don’t really don’t know what else to do now after all of this, I don’t know if it’s a bug or not
I don’t think it’s a bug. If you have the FAT32 drive selected as the location for DVDFab’s temp files or the output for the high bit rate AVIs it won’t work; the files sizes exceed the limit for FAT32.
/EDIT/ I do know how to spell perdon, I just don’t type it very well.
I am not sure the reason that cause your problem, so please help me do some simple test.
first, not select idx/sub output. just select direct render, use one pass or two pass all is ok.
second, select idx/sub, just select one pass.
please tell me the result of your test, I think that will give me some useful information to find the problem.
Ting it only shows an option for me in Generic for only idx/sub, not direct render, direct render only shows up in the others ones like for PSP and other stuff, not for the XviD
What about the Temp/Target Drive location–is it the FAT32 drive (4 GB file size limit)?
Before you click “Next”, please check the “Title Dialog”, if you select a title, please check the subpicture Listctrl, you can only check one Language sub. so you can make a choice between “Direct Render” and “Idx/Sub”.
I think ElBoricua433’s problem is not in the FileSize, because one pass not create any file, just record some information into a log file.
I understand. I was thinking of the output files. Thanks for all of your help:flower: .
I am working on RV for the other poster.
what exactly does Direct Render means?
I just tried it 2 pass with one subtitle, the 2nd Pass is going through now, I think it did had something to do with idx/sub file
now the only weird thing about is why it ends on 93% instead of 100%
Hope the 2-pass works also. Direct Render means the subtitles are embedded in the video. I think it is actually ending at 100%, maybe it’s just slow updating to the screen, especially if other software is running (not recommended when making MP4s). Sometimes I get this effect when copying a DVD, during the finalizing the GUI does not update as it should but the processes are OK.
/EDIT/ Note that there is a new update out this morning.