Re failure to rebuild-bd rebuilder 50.20

vbimport

#1

Hi Kerry 56. You have been a big help in the past, but it’s been a while since I have asked for help. Two rebuilds in a row after reencoding completed I have this “Failure to REbuild”, Not enought buffer for parse video stream. I am going to try and send a copy of the whole process by way of a word document. Here goes.

Rebuilder v0.50.20
[16:05:48] Source: INDEPENDENCE_DAY_RESURGENCE_00000

  • Input BD size: 27.32 GB
  • Approximate total content: [01:59:44.131]
  • Target BD size: 22.95 GB
  • Windows Version: 6.1 [7601]
  • MOVIE-ONLY mode enabled
  • Quality: High Quality (Default), CRF
  • Decoding/Frame serving: DirectShow
  • Audio Settings: AC3=0 DTS=0 HD=1 Kbs=640
    [16:05:48] PHASE ONE, Encoding
  • [16:05:48] Processing: VID_00600 (1 of 3)
  • [16:05:48] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00600]
    [01/12/17] Checking System Settings
  • BD-Rebuilder v0.50.20
  • Windows Version: 6.1 [7601]
  • Working Path Free Space: 685.49GB
  • AVISYNTH Version: 2.5.8.0, Ok
  • HAALI Splitter: 1.9.42.1, Ok
  • FFDSHOW: 3882, Ok
  • WIN7 preferred AVC CODEC: Ok
  • WIN7 preferred VC-1 CODEC: Ok
  • WIN7 preferred MPEG2 CODEC: Ok
  • FFDSHOW VC-1 set to “wmv9”, Ok
  • FFDSHOW MPEG2 set to “libavcodec”: Ok
  • FFDSHOW AVC set to “libavcodec”: Ok
  • X264: Ok
  • AFTEN: Ok
  • FAAC: Ok
  • MP4BOX: Ok
  • WAVI: Ok
  • TSMUXER: Ok
  • FRIMEncode: Ok
  • FRIMDecode: Ok
    [01/12/17] Systems Settings Check complete
  • [16:09:56] Reencoding video [VID_00600]
    • Source Video: MPEG-4 (AVC), 1920x1080
    • Rate/Length: 23.976fps, 4,778 frames
  • [16:09:56] Performing CRF Prediction…
    • Analyzing 11.00 10.50 10.25 10.13 10.06 10.03 [10.03]
  • [16:10:48] Encoding using constant rate factor.
    • Performing size-correcting second pass…
  • [16:39:11] Video Encode complete
  • [16:39:11] Processing audio tracks
    • Track 4352 (eng): Keeping original audio
  • [16:39:11] Processing: VID_00601 (2 of 3)
  • [16:39:11] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00601]
  • [16:39:17] Reencoding video [VID_00601]
    • Source Video: MPEG-4 (AVC), 1920x1080
    • Rate/Length: 23.976fps, 279 frames
  • [16:39:17] Performing CRF Prediction…
    • Analyzing 11.00 30.50 19.78 15.65 14.73 [14.58]
  • [16:40:14] Encoding using constant rate factor.
    • Performing size-correcting second pass…
  • [16:41:54] Video Encode complete
  • [16:41:54] Processing: VID_00603 (3 of 3)
  • [16:41:54] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00603]
  • [16:46:25] Reencoding video [VID_00603]
    • Source Video: MPEG-4 (AVC), 1920x1080
    • Rate/Length: 23.976fps, 167,190 frames
  • [16:46:25] Performing CRF Prediction…
    • Analyzing 11.00 30.50 19.23 15.30 14.68 [14.66]
  • [17:14:06] Encoding using constant rate factor.
  • [02:27:30] Video Encode complete
    [02:27:30]PHASE ONE complete
    [02:27:30]PHASE TWO - Rebuild Started
  • [02:27:30] Rebuilding BD file Structure
  • Failed in attempt to multiplex: MUX_MOVIE_ONLY.meta
  • Not enought buffer for parse video stream. Current frame num 129
    [02:27:36] - Failed to REBUILD

Can you help, the same thing happened with my backing up my Sully Bluray. Thanks for hopefully looking at this and advising what went wrong. Wayne(PWANJO)


#2

First, I would use LAV for DirectShowSource
Second, If using a target size Maybe 2 pass High quality setting
Try uninstalling BD_RB and helper apps and reinstalling
I have done that disc with no problem
You can also ran that playlist thru eac3to and check the 3rd log to see if there are any issues with your source


#3

Yes, jdobbs is recommending LAV filters these days. Get them from this page: https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=143716

You might want to use the Win7DSFilterTweaker tool to set things up using LAV filters. You can find that here: http://www.videohelp.com/software/Preferred-Filter-Tweaker Use it after installing the LAV filters.

Uninstalling and putting BD Rebuilder back in is also a good idea. Start fresh. The error you’re getting seems to be in tsMuxeR. You can completely remove ffdshow and Haali if you are going to use LAV filters, but if you want to use them also, make sure to install the LAV filters last.


#4

Win7DSFilterTweaker_6.0
MatroskaSplitter
LAVFilters-0.65
ffdshow_rev4504_20130312_clsid
Avisynth_260

I had a major computer failure and had to replace my “C” drive/ Thank you both for your comments. Because I have corresponded with Kerry 56 for several years I am asking what order should I use in installing these Programs. Do I install these before loading up V50.20.

Also what set up would you use for B.Rays under 27 GB. and those over. Is the 2 Pass the best choice for both?

I would appreciate your reply Kerry.

Thank you

Wayne (PWANJO)


#5

LAVFilters and Avisynth should be installed before running BD_RB
Use FilterTweaker on the filters andthen run BD_RB for the first time
If you don’t need FFDshow or Mastroka Splitter for anything else then don’t bother with them
As to your last question, use Automatic quality setting for both circumstances, but if you don’t mind the extra time then use 2 pass

Kerry might have different ideas so wait to see what he says


#6

You don’t even need Haali or ffdshow these days with BD Rebuilder. Just the LAV filters will do nicely. If you decide to install all of them, put in Avisynth first, then Haali and ffdshow, then the LAV filters.

You can then adjust filter preferences with the tweaker tool and unpack BD Rebuilder and fire it up. I have adjusted the filters after first starting BD Rebuilder in the past, so it can be done before or after first starting the program. You’re still accessing the preferred codecs.

Two pass is used when you need best accuracy. If you aren’t in a hurry with the encode, then you can use it every time. I normally use CRF encoding unless I’m working with a very large movie, where the more comprehensive first pass might help with hitting the target size. Of course, this might just be placebo effect.

The way jdobbs has set up BD Rebuilder, it does a preliminary first pass in CRF mode as well, its just not as precise. This modified first pass was necessary in order to hit a certain target and still use this mode of encoding.


#7

Thanks, I installd all of them and am now wondering if I had to change any of the settings in any of them.In SETUP, I would use the following with the check marks.
Use DirectShowSource for frame serving
Strict AVCHD for BD-5/9 Movie only(I’m doing Movie only)
Keep only BDMV/CERTIFICATE folders
IVTC sources with 3.2 pulldown

Do you never put a check mark beside Use X264’s Internal LAVF… any more? One more thing, I did an INSPECT and everything showed OK.

Would appreciate your expertise on this.

Thank you

Wayne (PWANJO)


#8

With the LAV filters installed and set as preferred codecs, I don’t use the internal X264 LAV filters anymore, no.

You should be good to go. Nice to see someone still using the program. I haven’t bought a new Blu-ray in so long, I don’t remember which one it was, so I’m getting rusty with BD Rebuilder.


#9

Hi Kerry:

Can you see anything wrong with this output? I was about 5 minutes late getting home and when I did, the computer had crashed with the Blue screen and white lettering. When I checked the output and it didn’t look right. These are the files:

WORKFILES, BD-REBUILDER, INDEPENDENCE_DAY_RESURGENCE

BD REBUILDER & INDEPENDENCE_DAY_RESURGENCE are shown below. I’m not sure what happened. Also, how am I sure that the LAV FILTERS are set as preferred codecs?

I’m puzzled and am not sure if BD REBUILDER finished before it crashed. What is your opinion?

Thamks

Wayne (PWANJO)

[Status]
LABEL=INDEPENDENCE_DAY_RESURGENCE
VERSION=v0.50.20
SOURCE_SIZE=29337735168
SOURCE_VIDEO_SIZE=29337735168
TARGET_SIZE=24641536000
REDUCTION=.839926322154467
RESIZE_1080=0
RESIZE_1440=0
AUDIO_TO_KEEP=eng;
KEEP_HD_AUDIO=-1
SUBS_TO_KEEP=ada;eng;
BACKUP_MODE=1
MOVIEONLY_TYPE=0
USE_LAVF=0
INSTANCES=1
DGDECNV=0
DGDECIM=0
FRIMSOURCE=0


[01/21/17] BD Rebuilder v0.50.20
[00:57:51] Source: INDEPENDENCE_DAY_RESURGENCE_00000

  • Input BD size: 27.32 GB
  • Approximate total content: [01:59:44.131]
  • Target BD size: 22.95 GB
  • Windows Version: 6.1 [7601]
  • MOVIE-ONLY mode enabled
  • Quality: High Quality (Default), Two Pass
  • Decoding/Frame serving: DirectShow
  • Audio Settings: AC3=0 DTS=0 HD=1 Kbs=640
    [00:57:51] PHASE ONE, Encoding
  • [00:57:51] Processing: VID_00600 (1 of 3)
  • [00:57:52] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00600]
  • [01:01:58] Reencoding video [VID_00600]
    • Source Video: MPEG-4 (AVC), 1920x1080
    • Rate/Length: 23.976fps, 4,778 frames
    • Bitrate: 19,689 Kbs
  • [01:01:58] Reencoding: VID_00600, Pass 1 of 2
  • [01:05:40] Reencoding: VID_00600, Pass 2 of 2
  • [01:18:07] Video Encode complete
  • [01:18:07] Processing audio tracks
    • Track 4352 (eng): Keeping original audio
  • [01:18:07] Processing: VID_00601 (2 of 3)
  • [01:18:07] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00601]
  • [01:18:12] Reencoding video [VID_00601]
    • Source Video: MPEG-4 (AVC), 1920x1080
    • Rate/Length: 23.976fps, 279 frames
    • Bitrate: 21,077 Kbs
  • [01:18:12] Reencoding: VID_00601, Pass 1 of 2
  • [01:18:27] Reencoding: VID_00601, Pass 2 of 2
  • [01:19:12] Video Encode complete
  • [01:19:12] Processing: VID_00603 (3 of 3)
  • [01:19:12] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00603]
  • [01:23:29] Reencoding video [VID_00603]
    • Source Video: MPEG-4 (AVC), 1920x1080
    • Rate/Length: 23.976fps, 167,190 frames
    • Bitrate: 19,932 Kbs
  • [01:23:29] Reencoding: VID_00603, Pass 1 of 2
  • [04:26:58] Reencoding: VID_00603, Pass 2 of 2
    [01/21/17] Checking System Settings
  • BD-Rebuilder v0.50.20
  • Windows Version: 6.1 [7601]
  • Working Path Free Space: 861.42GB
  • AVISYNTH Version: 2.6.0.6, Ok
  • LAVFILTERS: Ok
  • X264: Ok
  • AFTEN: Ok
  • FAAC: Ok
  • MP4BOX: Ok
  • WAVI: Ok
  • TSMUXER: Ok
  • FRIMEncode: Ok
  • FRIMDecode: Ok
    [01/21/17] Systems Settings Check complete

#10

It says the video encoding completed, and the third video took three hours, so I think that it did finish that part, but there is no indication that the videos were put back into Blu-ray format. It didn’t start Phase Two, which is where the Blu-ray structure is made.

Look at the Work Files and see if the video looks ok there.

To insure the LAV filters are set, use the Tweaking tool and set the decoders manually to LAV filters for each category. I usually keep the Microsoft filters for WMV.

Try starting the same project again and see if it picks up from where it left off.


#11

Hi: Do you mean it didn’t REBUILD the BD File Structure? That is what it looks like. How do I send you an Image of the Work Files?


#12

I DIDN’T DO THIS STEP THIS TIME WITH THE NEW INSTALLATION BUT WHEN I USED INSPECT, EVERYTHING WAS MARKED OK…

Note to Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10 Users: The first time (and only the first time) you run BD Rebuilder, you may have to “Run As Administrator”. This is necessary so BD-RB can make CODEC preference changes in the Windows Registry.


#13

When you look in the Work Files, you should see lots of different files, some with AC3 or DTS file types for audio and some with .264 extensions. Try opening one of the large .264 files with Media Player Classic Home Cinema and see if it plays ok. You won’t have sound, and you probably won’t be able to move forward through it quickly. Just see if it opens and plays.

Normally BD Rebuilder will complain if it doesn’t have the proper permission level and will ask for it when you start the program. You can do it now if you wish.

By the way, there is a new version released today.


#14

USE_LAVF=0
Didn’t use LAVF for directshow

Kerry56
Don’t think it completed the second pass on the third video
The line Video encoding complete is missing
The 3 hours were spent on pass 1


#15

You’re right, I missed that. Three hours spent on a first pass is excessive for a movie this size, don’t you think gonca?

If it failed in the second pass, the largest .264 file in the Working Files should be garbage, or possibly not in there at all yet.


#16

First pass on any movie should not take anywhere near the three hours
Based on the log the time ratio of first pass to second pass is about 1 to 3, meaning that the second pass would have taken 9 hours.
The issue might be his DirectShow filters, LAVF was not being used.
If he corrects this he might correct the problem


#17

I’m not sure what speed his computer has, which is why I hedged a bit. A three hour 1st pass might or might not be excessive if using an old machine. I can remember 24 hour Blu-ray encodes years ago with my first Core 2 Duo based computer. But any modern processor shouldn’t take this long.

And there shouldn’t have been a crash at all, unless the whole system has some instability. Changing the hard drive alone might not have solved that. PWANJO, have you checked temps while encoding? Or looked to see if the heatsink on the cpu is clogged up?


#18

It might also help to use Automatic Quality selection
He needs a small amount of compression for that movie so High Quality 2 pass might be overkill


#19

Just did some quick calculations on his first pass times
Vid 1 21.5 fps
Vid 2 18.6 fps
Vid 3 15.2 fps
Might be a slow computer or he is not maxing out the cpu


#20

Hi There:

Thanks for the replies. Some of this is over my head. I’ve always used High Quality. My machine is a Core 2 Duo and never had problems before. Do I not use “Use DirectShowSource for frame serving” in the setup? I know it takes 10-12 hours for a movie and always has. I’m sure it is using “USE_LAVF=0”. Temp on the CPU runs 43-51 Degrees while the MB is usually around 33.

I tried one of the .264 Files and it played on Windows Media Player from the Re Encoding failure I posted here originally from the 17th.

Also do I have to Run in Windows 7 as an Administrator as shown by Dobbsbelow:

Note to Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10 Users: The first time (and only the first time) you run BD Rebuilder, you may have to “Run As Administrator”. This is necessary so BD-RB can make CODEC preference changes in the Windows Registry. If so I forget how I did that originally years ago.
What do you think and would you have to do this for every NEW Version of BD REBUILDER.

I am trying it again with CRF one pass , High Quality. I would appreciate your insight(both of you). If I could replace the Intel chip with a Quad Core one, I assume that would help with more speed. Being retired I can’t afford right now an I5 or I7.

Many Thanks

Wayne (PWANJO)

In SETUP, I would use the following with the check marks:

Use DirectShowSource for frame serving
Strict AVCHD for BD-5/9 Movie only(I’m doing Movie only)
Keep only BDMV/CERTIFICATE folders
IVTC sources with 3.2 pulldown