[HELP] crash on loading
#1
Hi,

i've the v2018.11.01.1, and I'm trying to load a chapterized video, to split it according to the chapter points set in a previous step (1st step).
But hybrid crashes when loading the result file (I tried 4 times).
I checked the file, i didn't see any mistake with MediaInfo.
The only strange thing I noticed in the 1st step (encoding & adding chapters) is that Hybrid says PAR = 0,889.
But as the video looks fine (a circle is a circle) I didn't set anything about the PAR in the "crop/resize" tab.
And as Hybrid crashes in loading in the 2nd step, I can't say what PAR it is.

I can cut a part of the result video file & upload it on wetransfer if you like.

here is the level 9 log.

regards
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#2
no clue why it crashes, would need a small sample of the file which allows to reproduce the crash.

Cu Selur
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#3
Hi,

this extract made also Hybrid to crash

hope it'll allow you to find why

regards
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#4
Thumbs Up 
I can reproduce the issue, seems to be related to some code I rewrote.
-> looking into it

=> send you a link to a new dev version for testing
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#5
Hi,

the loading is ok now - thank you !, but the splitting is not quite ok :
of the 4 jobs created with the "queue chapter", 2 crashed, & 2 finished ok

I don't know if its related or not with the previous problem, but I prefer to go on here & not creating a new thread.
here is the level 9 log regarding the splitting step

regards

EDIT : I had an Elvis Presley documentary which crashed also at loading step yesterday, and it's ok now with this version.
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#6
Seems like your two sources are vfr and there is a problem with the time stamps:
Quote:Error: The timestamp v2 file 'C:\temp\timecodeV2_16_43_49_1410.tc' contains timestamps that are not ordered. Due to a bug in mkvmerge versions up to and including v1.5.0 this was necessary if the track to which the timestamp file was applied contained B frames. Starting with v1.5.1 mkvmerge now handles this correctly, and the timestamps in the timestamp file must be ordered normally. For example, the frame sequence 'IPBBP...' at 25 FPS requires a timestamp file with the first timestamps being '0', '40', '80', '120' etc and. not '0', '120', '40', '80' etc.

If you really have to specify non-sorted timestamps then use the timestamp format v4. It is identical to format v2 but allows non-sorted timestamps.
-> I'll try to look into v4 timecodes, currently v2 timecodes are used.
But if your source has out of order time codes it might be best to discard them.

Cu Selur
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#7
Hi,

I don't know what to say because all the 4 jobs come from the same video source (the one i couldn't load yesterday).
so all 4 jobs (issued from the 4 chapter points) should react the same way & crash, no ?
(Q : aren't the timestamps / time codes modified when the video is encoded ?)

thank you for your help

Weyb
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#8
By default Hybrid copies the time codes/stamps from the source. Wink

Cu Selur
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#9
Try whether enabling 'Config->Internals->Handling->Ignore all input timecodes' helps.
Probably won't get around to look into v4 timecodes today.

Cu Selur
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#10
Hello

sorry but no improvment Sad 
same results...
I found a temporary solution : split the source file (before encoding it & adding capter points) with avidemux - fortunaltely, there are keyframes between the cartoons, so i could split it like I wish.
(but it's luck - it's not always like that, hence my need to be able to put keyframes where I want, hence my luck to have found Hybrid...)

regards
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