Windows 7

vbimport

#1

I am using windows 7 and trying to select it to wmv9. I’m trying to compress a blu-ray movie using ffdshow. I keep getting the following errors:
Win 7 preferred avc codec not set correctly.
Win 7 preferred vc-1 codec not set correctly.
Win 7 preferred mpeg2 not set correctly.
ffdshow vc-1 set incorrectly [0].
ffdshow mpeg2 set incorrectly [0].
ffdshow avc set to libavcodec: O.K.
x264: O.K.
Aften: O.K.
mp4Box: O.K.
Tsmuxer: O.K.
Failed video encode: Aborted.
I’ve tried to correct these before I sent this e-mail, but, got nowhere. I don’t even know where to start. Thank you for any reply reply.


#2

What software you using to compress the movie? Also what version of 7 do you have?


#3

[QUOTE=ttheb1;2509468]I am using windows 7 and trying to select it to wmv9. I’m trying to compress a blu-ray movie using ffdshow.[/QUOTE] I don’t belive ffdshow will compress a movie, you will need a movie copying software


#4

I am using BD-Rebuilder to compress the movie. All I know is that I have windows 7. Not sure of the version. How can I find that out. Thank you for your reply.


#5

Don’t know about win 7 but you might try checking like XP right click on my computer and then properties and it might show you which version you have


#6

As my good friend Jimbo stated Same as XP will work ( right click on my computer and then properties )

Need to know if it is Home,Pro, or Ultimate


#7

I have the home premiun version of Win 7.