DVDFab 5 mobile running but nothing happens

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#1

I just purchased DVDFab+Mobile 5.1.1.0 but when I try to convert a DVD everything seems to work fine, it correctly finds the DVD, all tracks, I can select transcoding options (H.264 etc) and I can start the process.

However, and this is the big if, nothing seems to be happening after it starts!

I can see that the “used time” increases in the window of DVDFab but both the progress bar and the remaining time is both zero.

For example the processing time shows used time to be 25min but both time remaining and percent complete shows 0%

This is clearly a problem with DVDFab but I have no idea how to troubleshoot this. Has anyone seen this problem before ?

(It is a little bit annoying since I bought a program just to avoid glitches like this.)

The attached image shows the problem (sorry about the Swedish but I haven’t found how to get DVDFab to change the defalt locale to not be the system default)

Rgds
Johan


#2

I have now tried smoe more and this problem seems to be specific for when you select an ISO file as the source. If you use the original DVD then it seems to work as expected.

However, since the program seems to be designed to work with ISO files (It finds all the tracks etc. correctly) and there are no error messages this problem should be fixed or the option to select an ISO file as the source be removed.

Johan

P.S Does anynoe nkow how to change the default locale in the program to be diffrent from the system locale?


#3

(Sione it doesn’t seem possible to edit old posts I have to add a reply)

Some more updates. This problem seems to be specific for one particular DVD. If I try another one it works as expected.

However, there is nothing special with the DVD as I can tell (it is not even CSS encrypted). I can put the VOBs on the disk and play it directly from disk without problem so this is still something fishy going on with DVDFab.

I’ll be happy to try to help debug this issue but I’m not quite sure how to progress.

This makes me a bit wary, how many other DVDs will I get problem with?

Johan


#4

Hi johan162 and welcome,

I’d be happy to try to help, but frankly, I’m not certain how to progress either.
This peculiar behavior is confined only to one dvd and then only when attempting to convert it from an .ISO file when already ripped to the hdd?
Do I have this right?

I’d try to reproduce this, but I’m guessing…:rolleyes:… I don’t have the dvd.
Is there a specific reason you wish to have it archived on your hdd as an .ISO?
Perhaps, I’m not understanding you here.

I’ve been doing Ipod conversions since this feature first became available. I have yet to experience a failure. There have been 3 or 4 flicks where I’ve had to tinker a bit. Generally, these issues were resolved with ripping to the hdd prior to converting.

I’ve never come across your particular issue, but if there’s anything we can do to help, please let us know.


#5

Thanks for the reply.

It’s not only when I try it as the ISO the same happens when I try it directly from the original DVD.

If you like I can make the ISO available for debugging puposes from my server. But i rather mail you those details about where to get the ISO privately since I don’t want to spread the ISO widely.

The only thing I can tell that is different on this DVD is the fact that
apart from the AUDIO_TS and VIDEO_TS folders it also has a PDF
file in the root of the disc.

Added: I copied the *_TS folders to a clean folder and tried to run DVDFab on that folder in case the PDF file in the root messed things up. It finds the vdieo perfectly in the folder and you can start the conversion process (in my case to H.264) but the same thing happens here.
The program starts, the time starts tick but nothing happens, no output, no nothing :frowning: Butthe program is running.

Johan


#6

Hi again Johan.

You have a [B]pm[/B]. You should receive a prompt in the upper right of the page, beneath your user name. In any case, simply click on [B]Private Messages[/B].

Interesting about the pdf file. I’m not sure how that would change the behavior, but who knows…

Tom


#7

Ok. Thanks :slight_smile:

I put the ISO on my server and I have posted a [B]pm[/B] with the FTP login details for you to get to the ISO.

Thanks a lot for the help !!

Rgds
Johan


#8

[QUOTE=johan162;2150716]Ok. Thanks :slight_smile:

I put the ISO on my server and I have posted a [B]pm[/B] with the FTP login details for you to get to the ISO.

Thanks a lot for the help !!

Rgds
Johan[/QUOTE]

Thanks Johan

I’m running into a problem accessing the .ISO.
Sent you another pm.

Tom


#9

Pard
Something (AV, OS) may be blocking the DVDFabconsole exe. It does not load until you click Start in a mobile conversion. Just a thought.


#10

[quote=signals;2150789]Pard
Something (AV, OS) may be blocking the DVDFabconsole exe. It does not load until you click Start in a mobile conversion. Just a thought.[/quote]Nah, this was not the problem you moron. :slight_smile: For other readers of this thread: the original ISO was corrupt, specifically the UDF1.02 file system data, as reported by ISOBuster. The ISO9660 data was OK and readable with ImgBurn (:clap:LUK!) to produce a disc with [B]all[/B] file system data intact and readable. FYI, the problem ISO was made with DVDShrink (not Fab or Img).


#11

[QUOTE=signals;2151061]Nah, this was not the problem you moron. :slight_smile: For other readers of this thread: the original ISO was corrupt, specifically the UDF1.02 file system data, as reported by ISOBuster. The ISO9660 data was OK and readable with ImgBurn (:clap:LUK!) to produce a disc with [B]all[/B] file system data intact and readable. FYI, the problem ISO was made with DVDShrink (not Fab or Img).[/QUOTE]

Isn’t that moroon…as in Bugs Bunny, “What a Moroon!”…:bigsmile:

Seriously pard, this was an excellent piece of detective work on your part.
Thanks for lending your expertise;
although I know you can’t resist a good mystery…:stuck_out_tongue:

Johan will be happy to hear the fault was not with Fab.
As you said, leave it to LUK! to repair the damage and produce intact and readable files.

Well, my download from across the pond is finishing up so I guess I can have a look.
Wait a sec. There’s nothing for me to figure out…:doh:
Talk about moroons…bigsmile:

Oh, oh. I hear banjo music…:eek:


#12

M[B]a[/B]roon I think, lol. Love that wascally wabbit. :slight_smile: That’s all folks.


#13

Thanks for the hard work !! (That is really more than I could ask for)

However, as mentioned the problem still exists with the original DVD and not just the ISO.

The DVD plays correctly in either a plain DVD or computer so I don’t think that the DVD in itself is corrupt.

(Even if I just plainly copy the DVD content to a directory it still has the same problem)

Not suer if a dare to ask but ; anymore ideas?

Rgds
Johan


#14

Hi again Johan,

If I understand my good friend signals correctly, Img will repair the files so as to be compliant with Fab. Open the disc with Img in [B]build mode[/B] and this should produce files compliant with Fab.

You probably already have it, but in the event you don’t:

http://www.imgburn.com/

btw, it’s the best burn engine out there and it’s free.
LUK! does accept donations if you’re so inclined.


#15

Actually I think I just used ImgBurn Write mode to burn the ISO to disc. Fab reads the disc I burned and I tried a mobile conversion which ran OK but had bad A/V sync problems, which I do not get with other Sources. I agree with my good friend Maineman about Img, it is a great tool and very stable.


#16

If I copy the DVD directly to the HDD and try to run DVDFab on that directory
it crashes with the following message:

OS: Windows XP Professional, SP3
CPU: GenuineIntel, Intel P6 (Model 15), MMX @ 2390 MHz

Module name: C:\Program\DVDFab 5\DVDFab.exe

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#17

Follow the procedure I outlined and see if it works. If DVDFab crashes, connect to the internet and let it send a crash report to the developers. It takes a few seconds for this to come up sometimes. In the text area at the bottom, include a link to this thread. The disc I burned does not cause a crash if I try to copy it.