stream overlap error HELP Anyone
by Michael Goldberg on Jun 1, 2006 at 5:49:35 am
I've spent the last 7 hours rebuilding an older DVD from a few years ago. Everything seems to be working properly, except the build process. When I go to Build the DVD to disc (or to a folder) I get a "stream overlap" error. I have no idea what this means, or how to correct it. Anyone have any idea what I can do.
Re: stream overlap error HELP Anyone by Mylenium on Jun 1, 2006 at 5:53:32 am
Sounds like you are using transcoded M2V files or something and their GOPs are not intact at some level. This mustn't mean anything, but if you have the possibiilty, you should run them thru a tool such as ProCoder. It will not affect the image quality, just rebuild the stream so Encore could possibly use it without errors.
Re: stream overlap error HELP Anyone by Michael Goldberg on Jun 1, 2006 at 2:50:37 pm
I don't have procoder, I do all of my encoding in either premiere or encore. The original files were transcoded in encore 1, and some of the new files have been encoded in premiere 2.0. Any other way?
Re: stream overlap error HELP Anyone by Mylenium on Jun 2, 2006 at 6:11:10 am
Mmh, I suppose you could use some of those transcoding engines like Shrink also. Some of them can handle unmultiplexed system strems not contained in a VOB. I'd have to ask my colleague about it, but he won't be in for a few days, so it may be too late for you.