Error While Decoding Stream #0.0?

What is this and what does it mean?
I’ve never had problems using Convertxtodvd, but recently I keep getting this error whenever I try a conversion.
Seems to only happen with PAL conversions though. Anything NTSC seems to work just fine.
I’ve never had problems converting PAL before.
If anyone can help with this I’d greatly appreciate it.
Let me know what if anything I need to provide to help diagnos this problem.
Thanks.

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[QUOTE=MikeyMusclez]What is this and what does it mean?
I’ve never had problems using Convertxtodvd, but recently I keep getting this error whenever I try a conversion.
Seems to only happen with PAL conversions though. Anything NTSC seems to work just fine.
I’ve never had problems converting PAL before.
If anyone can help with this I’d greatly appreciate it.
Let me know what if anything I need to provide to help diagnos this problem.
Thanks.

CORRECTION. ERROR IS PRESENT EVEN WITH NTSC.

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How about posting the log file from a failed conversion as so far we don’t know what problem/error you’re getting.

I get the same problem a lot and the process quits after about 11 seconds. Here is my log file, I don’t know if there is some problem in one of my settings or not. Any help would be appreciated!

11/26/2006 5:54:53 PM info ********** Report session closed ***********
11/26/2006 5:54:51 PM info --------------Encoding end--------------
11/26/2006 5:54:49 PM info Conversion failed after 00:00:11
11/26/2006 5:54:49 PM error Exception raised in conversion Thread with message "List index out of bounds (-1)"
11/26/2006 5:54:38 PM info ------------Converting Menu--------------
11/26/2006 5:54:38 PM warning Stream #0 has produced NO data (empty). Result may miss some stream(s).
11/26/2006 5:54:38 PM info Stream #1 Sync. delay : 0.00 ms
11/26/2006 5:54:38 PM info Stream #0 Sync. delay : 0.00 ms
11/26/2006 5:54:38 PM info Output Stream#1 - Audio: ac3, 48000 Hz, stereo, 192 kb/s
11/26/2006 5:54:38 PM info Output Stream#0 - Video: mpeg2video, yuv420p, 720x480, q=2-31, 8308 kb/s
11/26/2006 5:54:38 PM info Video Stream #0 Pulldown : 23.976 -> 29.97 Fps
11/26/2006 5:54:38 PM info Video source original frame rate: 23.98
11/26/2006 5:54:38 PM info NTSC 29.97 FPS output format set by user
11/26/2006 5:54:38 PM info Widescreen (16:9) set automatically
11/26/2006 5:54:38 PM info Video bitrate 0/8308/8308 Kbps (min/avg/max)
11/26/2006 5:54:38 PM info Converting
11/26/2006 5:54:38 PM info ----------------Title #1----------------
11/26/2006 5:54:38 PM info Project size 4.3 Gb. (58.2 Mb. audio - 4.24 Gb. video)
11/26/2006 5:54:38 PM info Stream #1 - Audio: mp3, 48000 Hz, stereo, 128 kb/s
11/26/2006 5:54:38 PM info Stream #0 - Video: mpeg4, yuv420p, 608x336
11/26/2006 5:54:38 PM info 2 Stream(s) found - est. duration 00:42:21.312
11/26/2006 5:54:38 PM info Opening file
11/26/2006 5:54:38 PM info [ ] Don’t fix audio gaps
11/26/2006 5:54:38 PM info [ ] Engine Log
11/26/2006 5:54:38 PM info Encoder quality: 50%

Full log please - what version are you using? What kind of file is the original?

I’m using convertXtoDVD2, the newest version, and the file is an .avi.

PS. I don’t have this problem with the first convertXtoDVD program, which I often resort to using when the new one fails to convert. When this happens, I often get a “missing keyframe” message, but it still converts the file regardless.

After more research and reading one of the newer threads in this forum, I upgraded ConvertXtoDVD from v.2.1.1 to v2.1.5 and the problem seems to be solved so far, I am not getting an error message after 12seconds nor the “List out of bounds” messages. I hope this works from now on!