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(#55) Program Crash - HELP
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jsfountain
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PostPosted: Wed 23 Apr 2008, 16:50 Reply with quote
Type:  Bug Report
 
Last change:  Thu 19 Mar 2009, 04:23
State:  Closed Based on version:  0.9.10 (v48)
Level:  Medium Fixed version:  1.0 (v54)

Help.
I followed your tutorial to change the aspect of my movies from 4:3 to 16:9.
However, when i do this it is telling me that the aspect is different than the stream and if i want to change it. When i do try to change it (confirm) then it starts the process with the process bar and after 5-7 seconds the program crashes. It has done that every time i tried it (4 times now).

I am on OS 10.4.11

I understand you may want to take a look at my VOB file. It is not large (100MB).
What is the best way to do that?

Thanks!
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Jerome
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PostPosted: Wed 23 Apr 2008, 18:50 Reply with quote

I need all you project.
Zip it and send it with FTP to the server.

I will send you a FTP address/user/password by email soon.

thanks

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PostPosted: Tue 15 Jul 2008, 05:50 Reply with quote

I have the same problem. I am trying to change the menu aspect ratio from a TS file. First I get a warning about my file being read-only and no changes will be saved (my file is read-write enabled) and then, if I choose to change the A/R anyway, the program will crash a few seconds into the process.

Version 0.9.10 on one Mac running Tiger 10.4.11. The same problem happens on my office Mac Mini running Leopard.

MyDVDedit used to work fine on both machines until now.

Thanks for your help
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PostPosted: Tue 15 Jul 2008, 12:19 Reply with quote

I think myDVDEdit crash because it cannot write in the project folder.

Check for the read/write permissions on the forder too.

Just try to copy or create a new file into the VIDEO_TS folder. that is exactly what myDVDEdit try to do.

On my side, the only thing I can do is to disable the change aspect ratio function. I know, that will not help you, but if myDVDEdit said it cannot write, you must trust it.

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PostPosted: Tue 15 Jul 2008, 19:06 Reply with quote

Sorry about being an early whiner, but I hope this will help others. I just looked at some other threads on this forum and found a reference to permissions of individual files within a folder. If you right-click on a VIDEO_TS folder to go into "Get Info" and from there reset the folder's permission to "read and write", you are not resetting ALL the files inside the folder and myDVDedit will not be able to handle them.

Here's how to do it:

Open your VIDEO_TS folder.

Select ALL the files in the folder (command+a).

Right-click on any of the selected files (be careful not to double-click) and go to "Get Info".

Verify that the top of the Info panel shows "n number of files"

Set permission to "Read and Write" on the bottom of the Info panel and close panel.

Ça y est! MyDVDedit will not complain about saving files and WILL NOT CRASH!!!

So, cher Jérome, je te prie de laisser le choix d'aspect-ratio tel qu'il est!... I thought it will hit closer to your heart if I asked you leave the aspect ratio choice there in French, as it is extremely convenient!!

Très grand merci!
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PostPosted: Wed 16 Jul 2008, 00:49 Reply with quote

I forgot to add that you must also authorize the VIDEO_TS **folder** itself: Right-click on the folder, go to "Get Info" and set to Read & Write.

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PostPosted: Wed 16 Jul 2008, 01:14 Reply with quote

There is a simpler solution.

- Select the DVD project folder, or the VIDEO_TS if there is no project folder.
- Clic right, go to 'Get Info'
- Set your previlege to Read & write (you may have to click the padlock, and enter the adminisatrator name/password to do that).

On Leopard:
- Under the list of permissions, click the command combobox (with a gears) and select 'Apply to enclosed items'.

On Tiger:
- Click the button 'Apply to enclosed items'.

that's all.

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PostPosted: Fri 14 Aug 2009, 16:40 Reply with quote

I understand your tip and I appreciate it. But I am not able to change the folder permissions to "read and write". It only says "read only" with no buttons to change it! What can i do?

It is a dvd disk image created from iDvd with a DV PAL Widescreen file. I use OS X 10.4.11 and an Intel Processor.
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PostPosted: Fri 14 Aug 2009, 21:55 Reply with quote

Disk image permission cannot be changed.
You must first copy your disk folder to your hard drive and than change the new folder permissions.

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