DVDFab hanging at 6.99%

Every time I try to do a BD Copy to BD9 1080p on Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1, it hangs at 6.99% and I have to close the program.

Can anybody help me figure out why it’s doing that?

I know it’s not the disc because there isn’t a scratch on it, and I was able to create an .iso with another program and use DVDFab on that, same thing happened, hangs at 6.99%.

Is this with version 9 or version 8?

[B]Wombler[/B]

Both versions are producing the same results.

FWIW, I also downloaded the trial version of ??? and tried making an .iso with Imgburn. Imgburn created the .iso just fine, when dropped into DVDFab, hangs at 6.99% again every time.

[QUOTE=hogger129;2675359]Both versions are producing the same results.

FWIW, I also downloaded the trial version of ??? and tried making an .iso with Imgburn. Imgburn created the .iso just fine, when dropped into DVDFab, hangs at 6.99% again every time.[/QUOTE]

That’s very strange.

This movie has been out for ages and there haven’t been any reported problems for a long time now.

Can you post your DVDFab internal log here?

The default location is C:\Users\User Name\My Documents\DVDFab\Log\dvdfab_internal.log

[B]Wombler[/B]

[QUOTE=Wombler;2675362]That’s very strange.

This movie has been out for ages and there haven’t been any reported problems for a long time now.

Can you post your DVDFab internal log here?

The default location is C:\Users\User Name\My Documents\DVDFab\Log\dvdfab_internal.log

[B]Wombler[/B][/QUOTE]

 2m 16.46s: got extended bdinfo
 2m 16.46s: opened blu-ray
 6m 56.43s: Blu-ray Copy: Main Movie
 6m 56.43s: Source: H:/BDMV/
 6m 56.43s: Playlist: 100
 6m 56.43s: Chapters: 1 -> 32
 6m 56.43s: TotalSize: 25602 MB
 6m 56.43s: SourceSize: 19664 MB
 6m 56.43s: RemoveHDAudio: 0
 6m 56.43s: CompressToAC3: 1
 6m 56.43s: OutputSize: 8100 MB
 6m 56.43s: OutputDisc: BDMV
 6m 56.43s: SoftwareFriendlyAVCHD: 0
 6m 56.43s: OutputTarget: BD9
 6m 56.43s: OutputVideo: 1080p/i
 6m 56.43s: info: enable bd copy(mode=1)
 6m 56.43s: info: video encode mode(0), bitrate(6639), lr-encode(no)
 6m 56.43s: info: streams(4113.2,4352.2)
 6m 56.43s: info: blu-ray copy begin (unit[elem[atomic[00004.m2ts],atomic[00011.m2ts],atomic[00117.m2ts],atomic[00119.m2ts],atomic[00021.m2ts],atomic[00022.m2ts],atomic[00023.m2ts],atomic[00121.m2ts],atomic[00027.m2ts],atomic[00028.m2ts],atomic[00029.m2ts],atomic[00122.m2ts],atomic[00030.m2ts],atomic[00031.m2ts],atomic[00032.m2ts],atomic[00033.m2ts],atomic[00034.m2ts],atomic[00035.m2ts],atomic[00036.m2ts],atomic[00037.m2ts],atomic[00038.m2ts],atomic[00039.m2ts],atomic[00040.m2ts],atomic[00041.m2ts],atomic[00042.m2ts],atomic[00043.m2ts],atomic[00044.m2ts],atomic[00045.m2ts],atomic[00046.m2ts],atomic[00049.m2ts],atomic[00050.m2ts],atomic[00051.m2ts],atomic[00052.m2ts],atomic[00053.m2ts],atomic[00054.m2ts],atomic[00059.m2ts],atomic[00060.m2ts],atomic[00061.m2ts],atomic[00062.m2ts],atomic[00063.m2ts],atomic[00064.m2ts],atomic[00065.m2ts],atomic[00066.m2ts],atomic[00067.m2ts],atomic[00068.m2ts],atomic[00069.m2ts],atomic[00070.m2ts],atomic[00071.m2ts],atomic[00072.m2ts],atomic[00073.m2ts],atomic[00074.m2ts],atomic[ 6m 56.43s: try to use gpu acceleration(5) for video decoding
 6m 56.43s: Intel GPU acceleration for video decoding enabled
 6m 56.46s: Intel GPU acceleration for video encoding enabled
 6m 56.48s: info: h264_encode: encode param profile(2) level(41) bitrate(6639)
 6m 56.63s: info: processing source(00004.m2ts)
 7m 09.88s: info: processing source(00011.m2ts)
 7m 42.56s: info: processing source(00117.m2ts)
 9m 24.26s: info: processing source(00119.m2ts)

Starts going just fine. As soon as it hits 6.99%, hangs up every time and the timer just keeps going up and up.

Would it have anything to do with me using DVDFab HD Decrypter (the free part) instead of the full paid version?

EDIT: Just tried a different movie and it works perfectly fine. Just hangs on this particular title.

If I go to BD50 (uncompressed), it passes the 6.99% mark just fine, no problems. It’s only when I do the compression to a BD9 that it hangs up.

[QUOTE=hogger129;2675370]If I go to BD50 (uncompressed), it passes the 6.99% mark just fine, no problems. It’s only when I do the compression to a BD9 that it hangs up.[/QUOTE]

Well there’s no sign of anything in that log and based on your tests it looks like something’s interfering with the compression routines.

I haven’t seen that reported and the majority of people would be compressing to BD25 so there’s something very strange going on here.

What happens if you rip it as a BD50 and then compress using that folder as the source?

[B]Wombler[/B]

[QUOTE=Wombler;2675436]Well there’s no sign of anything in that log and based on your tests it looks like something’s interfering with the compression routines.

I haven’t seen that reported and the majority of people would be compressing to BD25 so there’s something very strange going on here.

What happens if you rip it as a BD50 and then compress using that folder as the source?

[B]Wombler[/B][/QUOTE]

Not sure, but I’ll give it a try later today and comment on the results.

Hey Wombler, I tried your suggestion. Rips fine if I do a BD25 or BD50. If I then take that uncompressed one, drop it into DVDFab, and make a BD9 from it, it still hangs at 6.99%. I ended up just making a single video from it (converted to .m2ts). I kinda wanted to have the .iso though in case I ever wanted to burn these to a DL DVD. But ehh, this is good enough for now until this issue is resolved. Thanks.

[QUOTE=hogger129;2675526]Hey Wombler, I tried your suggestion. Rips fine if I do a BD25 or BD50. If I then take that uncompressed one, drop it into DVDFab, and make a BD9 from it, it still hangs at 6.99%. I ended up just making a single video from it (converted to .m2ts). I kinda wanted to have the .iso though in case I ever wanted to burn these to a DL DVD. But ehh, this is good enough for now until this issue is resolved. Thanks.[/QUOTE]

No problem.

That’s the sort of problem that could be difficult to trace as it could be caused by a several things.

It could be a problem with the rip that’s then tripping up the compression routines or it could be the compression routines themselves.

I suppose the acid test would be to rip with alternative software at BD50 then try and compress that with DVDFab and see what happens.

If we need to go down the route of discussing alternatives I can move the thread to the main Movie Copy Software forum where we can discuss other programs more freely.

If you’re happier just waiting though then that’s fine also. :wink:

[B]Wombler[/B]

Yeah I think I’ll just wait til the next version comes out and see if the problem persists. I just have a converted .m2ts file right now which is good “enough” I guess.

That’s fine, I’m always happier though when we get people’s problems completely sorted. :slight_smile:

[B]Wombler[/B]