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How to make a 2-pass XviD video in VirutalDub- by Static_Fiend


This is just a short and simple tutorial on how to do 2-pass XviD videos in vdub.


First off you'll, obviously, load up VirtualDub and the video in which you want to encode. I'll be using this 2 second video of KISS.


Next you'll want to go into the video menu and select compression, and you'll be presented with this screen. Your codec list may look different from mine, but no matter!


Go ahead and select XviD MPEG-4 Codec from the list, click configure, and you should be presented with this.


Next we'll want to select Twopass - 1st pass from the list. Now select the more button right next to the twopass box and you should get this. Of course your stats file won't be the same name as mine, but go ahead, click the "..." next to that and save the file, keep discard on and click okay. Note you'll only need to do this your first time encoding something and never again.


Now click okay until you reach the main VirtualDub window again, go ahead and click File -> Save As AVI.


Just name the file whatever you want, and click the little button that says "Don't run this job now". I generally add a "-1st" for the first pass so it can be just discarded later.


Now for the second pass, go back to Video -> Compression, and click Configure on XviD again to bring this back up. This time we'll want to select Twopass - 2nd pass. Now we have two options here, we can click that "Target bitrate (kbps)" button to change it to "Target size (kbytes)" and vise versa, this is largely up to you. I generally use Target bitrate and keep it at 300 for things that don't need much (NES/Nethack/anything generally super old), and 1000 for things that have a lot more going on (almost all 3D games). For target filesize you can use a calculator to figure out the size by multiplying the number by 1024 to get megabytes. The calc button next to the field will help you figure out how big the file will be with audio and overhead added in but this is slightly more complicated.


Before we leave, make sure you click the "more" button right next to "Twopass - 2nd pass" and make sure it's pointing at the correct stats file, everything else you can leave alone. Also again you will only have to do this your first time.


Just for demonstration sake I'll keep the 1000 kbps on and go back to File -> Save as AVI, and like the previous pass we enter in a name and keep the "Don't run this job now" button clicked.


Now with that all ready to go, hit F4 on your keyboard or go to File -> Job Control, which will look like this. You'll see at the very bottom your videos are "waiting", just click start and it'll encode.

With that, you're done! Now you can delete the first pass video (asdf-1st.avi in this example), if the second pass video isn't quite up to snuff for you, you can go back and repeat these steps. If for some reason you get an error, make sure the dimensions of the video aren't odd (for instance 641x481 is a no-no, but 640x480 is fine) and that the stats file is being found.

This largely will be similar with all codecs, but I used XviD as my example.

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ShaoMonk

6th January 2003, 20:02

I have Problem with this:

When i load first pass alone and press Start.. it works
When i load second pass alone and press Start.. it works too

But.. when i load both passes to Joblist and press Start.. it crashes/aborts..

Where is the problem..? i dont want separate encoding.

bye


ShaoMonk

7th January 2003, 18:46

I disabled Hinted ME.

Now i dont get this Error -100. By Manual 2.nd Pass.

I want to know.. what happen for my file, if this Hinted ME were disabled ??


bond

7th January 2003, 19:03

I guess you use xvid? (a little more precise description of the circumstances of the crash is always appreciated!)
In the case of using xvid it is recommended to not use hinted me!


WorldBook

7th January 2003, 20:39

Perhaps you may be using an "Unstable" build of xvid which may be the cause of the virtualdub crash.


neo_born

11th January 2003, 15:27

I get the same thing ...virtualdub crashing with xvid koepi's newest build.


WorldBook

11th January 2003, 20:59

In which case, you might want to revert to a "stable build".


cweb

15th January 2003, 22:24

I encountered a problem with Koepi's latest unstable build (03012003-1).
Basically it works fine with one pass CBR etc but fails on the second pass, giving me this infamous -100 error. It is not the stats file error (I've been encoding for a while now). I am using virtualdubmod (latest binary) and avisynth 2.5 (YV12). Hinted me is disabled as always.

I believe it has to be a bug (correct me if I'm wrong) - it has happened with all clips, not just one particular one. I uninstalled the build and installed the stable build. This worked 100% ok with the same script (2 pass), etc (I deleted the first pass stats file, also, of course). I then deleted the stats file again, uninstalled the stable build and installed umaniac's alpha build from last December which worked without problems (two passes) - build Alpha.20.12.2002.0620. I note that umaniac's latest alpha build which I downloaded today gives me the same problem. I'll keep using umaniac's build from December for the moment since I wish to keep experimenting with YV12.


iluvatar

28th January 2003, 17:38

i get this damn error -100, too. tested on 2 different machines with vd v1.4.11 and v1.4.13 and several xvid builds (nic's 021223, koepi's stable 021004 and unstable 030126, umaniacs stable 021127).

first pass runs without problems. after processing 1st pass' stats file with nitrogen's "xvid stats viewer" and starting 2nd pass (external) a message box immediately pops up and says there was an error "-100" (which means something like corrupted data). i also tried while not modifing 1st pass' stats file beforehand - same result. 2-pass (internal) works like a charm.

if anybody could give a hint ...

christian


Gazza

29th January 2003, 02:58

I got the same results with virtualdubmod with second pass sometimes crashing (not always though???). This has been reported in the virtualdubmod forum on their website http://virtualdubmod.sourceforge.net/.

I guess if you want to know more then hop over there and have a quick look.


iluvatar

29th January 2003, 08:52

thanks for your reply ... i've searched both forums (at sourceforge and at virtualdubmod.everwicked.com) but couldn't find the appropriate thread. could you please point me to the particular thread ?

christian


iluvatar

29th January 2003, 16:18

bingo. i got 2nd pass (external) working.

not working settings (tab: "Two Pass")

before 1st pass:
"1st pass stats" = "c:\video-1stpass.stats"
"2nd pass stats" = ""
before 2nd pass:
"1st pass stats" = "c:\video-1stpass.stats"
"2nd pass stats" = ""

working settings (tab: "Two Pass")

before 1st pass:
"1st pass stats" = "c:\video-1stpass.stats"
"2nd pass stats" = ""
before 2nd pass:
"1st pass stats" = ""
"2nd pass stats" = "c:\video-1stpass.stats"

are the working settings correct ? do i have to enter the file name of 1st pass stats into "2nd pass stats" ? the lables are somehow missleading ... at least in my opinion.

christian


cult

29th January 2003, 18:34

I am not so sure what are you doing...You have to save the processed stats under anotther name,and then specify in 2nd passin the 2nd pass stats:xxxx.stats.
Also you have to disable alt curve system...
example:

1st pass:
1st pass stats:test.stats
2nd pass stats:blank
modifying the 1st pass stats,saving them under another name:modified.stats.Disabling the alt. curve system

2nd pass:
1st pass stats:test.stats
2nd pass stats:modified.stats


Gazza

29th January 2003, 23:19

iluvatar

The thread is as http://virtualdub.everwicked.com/index.php?act=ST&f=12&t=1589

I haven't checked it for a couple of days so I'm not sure if they have a fix for the basic problem yet.


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Nandub newbie problem

I'm working through the Nandub tutorial here, but I'm having a problem with it.

I am using an AVI I captured to HuffyUV, not frameserving from FlasKMpeg. The AVI I am using was captured using Virtualdub, and is not the output from DVD2AVI (as the tutorial instructed). From reading other Nandub threads here on Ars I assume this is OK - you aren't required to use an AVI from one of these two sources, are you?

I'm using Nandub 1.0rc2.

The tutorial says to choose these options to create the stats file:

Video > SBC Options > Generate stats
Video > SBC Options > No AVI output

However, when I attempt to do this, only the "No AVI output" option is visible. I can't see the "Generate stats" option anywhere.

Trying to forge ahead, I proceed to File - First Pass and attempt to save the .stats file. When I try this in Full Processing Mode, I always get a Virtualdub "Out of Memory" error. Changing to Direct Stream Copy, the process seems to run fine, but I don't get a .stats file.

Obviously I'm doing something wrong. Have I made an obvious error?

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Nandub newbie problem

I'm working through the Nandub tutorial here, but I'm having a problem with it.

I am using an AVI I captured to HuffyUV, not frameserving from FlasKMpeg. The AVI I am using was captured using Virtualdub, and is not the output from DVD2AVI (as the tutorial instructed). From reading other Nandub threads here on Ars I assume this is OK - you aren't required to use an AVI from one of these two sources, are you?

I'm using Nandub 1.0rc2.

The tutorial says to choose these options to create the stats file:

Video > SBC Options > Generate stats
Video > SBC Options batman arkham asylum physxcudart20 error No AVI output

However, when I attempt to do this, only virtualdub stats file not found error "No AVI output" option is visible. I can't see the linux likewise dns_error_bad_packet stats" option anywhere.

Trying to forge ahead, I proceed to File - First Pass and attempt to virtualdub stats file not found error the .stats file. When I try this in Full Processing Mode, I always get a Virtualdub "Out of Memory" error. Changing to Direct Stream Copy, the process seems to run fine, but I don't get a .stats file.

Obviously I'm doing something wrong. Have I made an obvious error?

How to make a 2-pass XviD video in VirutalDub- by Static_Fiend


This is just a short and simple tutorial on how to do 2-pass XviD videos in vdub.


First off you'll, obviously, virtualdub stats file not found error, load up VirtualDub and the video in which you want to encode. I'll be using this 2 second video of KISS.


Next you'll want to go into the video menu and select compression, and you'll be presented with this screen. Your codec list may look different from mine, but no matter!


Go ahead and select XviD MPEG-4 Codec from the list, click configure, virtualdub stats file not found error, and you should be presented with this.


Next we'll want to select Twopass - 1st pass from the list. Now select the more button right next to the twopass box and you should get this. Of course your stats file won't be the same name as mine, but go ahead, click the "." next to that and virtualdub stats file not found error the file, keep discard on and click okay. Note you'll only need to do this your first time encoding something and never again.


Now click okay until you reach the main VirtualDub window again, go ahead and click File -> Save As AVI.


Just name the file whatever you want, and click the little button that says "Don't run this job now". I generally add a "-1st" for the first pass so it can be just discarded later.


Now for the second pass, go back to Video -> Compression, and click Configure on XviD again to bring this back up. This time we'll want to select Twopass - 2nd pass. Now we have two options here, we can click that "Target bitrate (kbps)" button to change it to "Target size (kbytes)" and vise versa, this is largely up to you. I generally use Target bitrate and keep it at 300 for things that don't need much (NES/Nethack/anything generally super old), and 1000 for things that have a lot more going on (almost all 3D games). For target filesize you can use a calculator to figure out the size by multiplying the number by 1024 to get megabytes. The calc button next to the field will help you figure out how big the file will be with audio and overhead added in but this is slightly more complicated.


Before we leave, make sure you click the "more" button right next to "Twopass - 2nd pass" and make sure it's pointing at the correct stats file, everything else you can leave alone. Also again you will only have to do this your first time.


Just for demonstration sake I'll keep the 1000 kbps on and go back to File -> Save as AVI, and like the previous pass we enter in a name and keep the "Don't run this job now" button clicked.


Now with that all ready to go, hit F4 on your keyboard virtualdub stats file not found error go to File -> Job Control, which will look like this. You'll see at the very bottom your videos are "waiting", just click start and it'll encode.

With that, you're done! Now you can delete the first pass video (asdf-1st.avi in this example), if the second pass video isn't quite up to snuff for you, you can go back and repeat these steps. If for some reason you get an error, make sure the dimensions of the video aren't odd (for instance 641x481 is a no-no, but 640x480 is fine) and that the stats file is being found.

This largely will be similar with all codecs, but I used XviD as my example.

Doom9's Forum > Video Encoding > MPEG-4 ASP > Virtual Dub Crashes


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View Full Version : Virtual Dub Crashes


ShaoMonk

6th January 2003, 20:02

I have Problem with this:

When i load first pass alone and press Start. it works
When i load second pass alone and press Start. it works too

But. when i load both passes to Joblist and press Start. it crashes/aborts.

Where is the problem.? i dont want separate encoding.

bye


ShaoMonk

7th January 2003, 18:46

I disabled Hinted ME.

Now i dont get this Error -100. By Manual 2.nd Pass.

I want to know. what happen for my file, if this Hinted ME were disabled ??


bond

7th January 2003, 19:03

I guess you use xvid? (a little more precise description of the circumstances of the crash is always appreciated!)
In the case of using xvid it is recommended to not use hinted me!


WorldBook

7th January 2003, 20:39

Perhaps you may be using an "Unstable" build of xvid which may be the cause of the virtualdub crash.


neo_born

11th January 2003, 15:27

I get the same thing .virtualdub crashing with xvid koepi's newest build.


WorldBook

11th January 2003, 20:59

In which case, you might want to revert to a "stable build".


cweb

15th January 2003, virtualdub stats file not found error, 22:24

I encountered a problem with Koepi's latest unstable build (03012003-1).
Basically it works fine with one pass CBR etc but fails on the second pass, giving me this infamous -100 error. It is not the stats file error (I've been encoding for a while now). I am using virtualdubmod (latest binary) and avisynth 2.5 (YV12). Hinted me is disabled as always.

I believe it has to be a bug (correct me if I'm wrong) - it has happened with all clips, not just one particular one. I uninstalled the build and installed the stable build. This worked 100% ok with the same i/o error press any key (2 pass), etc (I deleted the first pass stats file, also, of course). I then deleted the stats file again, uninstalled the stable build and installed umaniac's alpha build from last December which worked without problems (two passes) - build Alpha.20.12.2002.0620. I note that umaniac's latest alpha build which I downloaded today gives me the same problem. I'll keep using umaniac's build from December for the moment since I wish to keep experimenting with YV12.


iluvatar

28th January 2003, 17:38

i get this damn error -100, too. tested on 2 different machines with vd v1.4.11 and v1.4.13 and several xvid builds (nic's 021223, koepi's stable 021004 and unstable 030126, umaniacs stable 021127).

first pass runs without problems. after processing 1st pass' stats file with nitrogen's "xvid stats viewer" and starting 2nd pass (external) a message box immediately pops up and says there was an error "-100" (which means something like corrupted data). i also tried while not modifing 1st pass' stats file beforehand - same result. 2-pass (internal) works like a charm.

if anybody could give a hint .

christian


Gazza

29th January 2003, 02:58

I got the same results with virtualdubmod with second pass sometimes crashing (not always though???). This has been reported in the virtualdubmod forum on their website duplicate execution error 3001 I guess if you want to know more then hop over there and have a quick look.


iluvatar

29th January 2003, 08:52

thanks for your reply . i've searched both forums (at sourceforge and at virtualdubmod.everwicked.com) but couldn't find the appropriate thread. could you please point me to the particular thread ?

christian


iluvatar

29th January 2003, 16:18

bingo. i got 2nd pass (external) working.

not working settings (tab: "Two Pass")

before 1st pass:
"1st pass stats" = "c:\video-1stpass.stats"
"2nd pass stats" = ""
before 2nd pass:
"1st pass stats" = "c:\video-1stpass.stats"
"2nd pass stats" = ""

working settings (tab: "Two Pass")

before 1st pass:
"1st pass stats" = "c:\video-1stpass.stats"
"2nd pass stats" = ""
before 2nd pass:
"1st pass stats" = ""
"2nd pass stats" = "c:\video-1stpass.stats"

are the working settings correct ? do i have to enter the file name of 1st pass stats into "2nd pass stats" ? the lables are somehow missleading . at least in virtualdub stats file not found error opinion.

christian


cult

29th January 2003, 18:34

I am not so sure what are you doing.You have to save the processed stats under anotther name,and then specify in 2nd passin the 2nd pass stats:xxxx.stats.
Also you have to disable alt curve system.
example:

1st pass:
1st pass stats:test.stats
2nd pass stats:blank
modifying the 1st pass stats,saving them under another name:modified.stats.Disabling the alt, virtualdub stats file not found error. curve system

2nd pass:
1st pass stats:test.stats
2nd pass stats:modified.stats


Gazza

29th January 2003, 23:19

iluvatar

The thread is as http://virtualdub.everwicked.com/index.php?act=ST&f=12&t=1589

I haven't checked it for a couple of days so I'm not sure if they have a fix for the basic problem yet.


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