ConvertXtoHD not Burning Full file to Bluray

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JOz1976
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ConvertXtoHD not Burning Full file to Bluray

Post by JOz1976 » Fri Oct 19, 2018 8:26 am

I've been having issues for the last week, everything was working fine previously and I have a sneaky suspicion it has to do with the latest releases of the nVidia drivers (based on this thread: 64-beta-bugs-t20299.html)

What's happening:
- Files are converting/encoding according to the application
- upon completion of converting/encoding the burn phase starts but it goes by REALLY fast now.
- application claims operation is complete but when I retrieve the disc from my burner and look at the disc only a very small portion of the disc is used. The files themselves are well over 10 gigs and the discs i'm using are 25g verbatim BD-R's.
- I've used up 4 blanks and the same thing every time.
- it's as if it's trying to burn the menu portion, but fails to burn the video file

My system:
OS: Windows 10 Home 64-bit
GPU: nVidia GeForce GTX 1060 6gb (driver ver 416.34)
CPU: Intel Core i7-7700k @ 4.2ghz (8cpus)
RAM: 32gb G.Skill DDR4
Buner: Pioneer External BDR-XD053.10

ConvertXtoHD Settings:
Burn Speed: 4x
output format: bluray resolution: automatic
encoding: automatic target size: BD-25
Video processing: Letterbox - Linear VSO - Linear - VSO -
Hardware Optimizations: Enable all H264 hardware optimizations

Here is the last log file:
:std_log='C:\ProgramData\VSO\ConvertXtoHD\3\Log\ConvertXtoHD 3_mainlog.20181019.034942.387.log'
:library=false
:app_name=ConvertXToHD.exe
:app_version=3.0.0.58
:most_recent=first
:event_header='{time} {type}'
:LongDateFormat=yyyy"-"mm"-"dd
:ShortDateFormat=dd mmm
:LongTimeFormat=hh":"nn":"ss"."zzz
:ShortTimeFormat=hh":"nn":"ss
:status=stopped
:group_indent=4

04:15:12.767 ------------ ***************ConvertXToHD.exe:7668 Log session stop after 28 minute(s) 41 second(s) 662 millisecond(s)****************
04:15:09.642 Info Thumber terminated
04:15:09.541 Info Waiting for thumber to end
03:46:31.999 Info Menu templates loaded: 20
03:46:31.381 Info Command line: 0 parameter(s)
Param #00: "C:\Program Files (x86)\VSO\ConvertXtoHD\3\ConvertXToHD.exe"
03:46:31.381 Info Total Physical Memory : 32702 Mb.

Available Physical Memory : 25715 Mb.
Memory Load : 21%
Total Virtual Memory : 4095 Mb.
Available Virtual Memory : 3633 Mb.
Available extended Virtual Memory : 0 Mb.
Total Memory : 37566 Mb.
Available Memory : 28353 Mb.
03:46:31.381 Info Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700K CPU @ 4.20GHz with 16/8 core(s) CPU
Supported instruction set: MMX,sse,sse2,sse3,ssse3,sse41,sse42,avx,avx2,bmi1,bmi2,aes,Fma3
03:46:31.377 Info User OS: Windows 10 Home, Microsoft Windows 10 Home Edition (Build 17134)
file name : C:\Program Files (x86)\VSO\ConvertXtoHD\3\ConvertXToHD.exe
file version : 3.0.0.58
User language : English (United States)
System language : English (United States)
03:46:28.253 Info Loading templates from: "C:\Users\osmer\Documents\ConvertXtoHD_Resources\Templates\"
03:46:28.253 Info Loading templates from: "C:\ProgramData\VSO\ConvertXtoHD\3\Templates\"
03:46:28.252 ------------ ***************************ConvertXToHD.exe:7668 Log session start 2018-10-19 at 03:46:27.980***************************
03:46:28.251 Info Monotonizer (C:\ProgramData\vso\vsomsl): 0MB
03:46:28.250 Info Thumb cache (C:\ProgramData\VSO\vsothumbs): 93MB
03:46:28.248 Info Program data (C:\ProgramData\VSO\ConvertXtoHD\3\): 71MB
03:46:28.244 Info Working folder size (C:\Users\osmer\Documents\ConvertXtoHD): 0MB
03:46:28.243 Info Available Space D: 820.01GB of 931.39GB
03:46:28.242 Info Available Space C: 112.00GB of 231.87GB
03:46:28.241 Group Folder data
03:46:28.240 Info 1 writer(s) found.
03:46:28.227 Group Burn engine events


The software was impeccable prior these latest batches of nVidia updates, hence why I think it's something to do with the new batch of drivers. Wondering if there's a work around or if I need to revert them (which I'm hesitant to do since they work great for everything else).

JOz1976
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Re: ConvertXtoHD not Burning Full file to Bluray

Post by JOz1976 » Sat Oct 20, 2018 4:55 am

Hmm...no ideas?

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yoyo57
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Re: ConvertXtoHD not Burning Full file to Bluray

Post by yoyo57 » Sat Oct 20, 2018 7:33 am

sorry no knowledge on this. But for future, I recently bought one BD25RW disk when I was having some problems with bad BD results. After one fail, I then go to RW disk to problem solve it

Nemesh
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Re: ConvertXtoHD not Burning Full file to Bluray

Post by Nemesh » Mon Oct 22, 2018 8:07 am

Create a .iso file and write with ImgBurn.
Most BD disc's are 6x speed -> do not write faster !
Check in ImgBurn: Tools -> Settings -> Write -> Preform OPC Before Write
OPC = Optimum Power Calibration

JOz1976
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Re: ConvertXtoHD not Burning Full file to Bluray

Post by JOz1976 » Fri Oct 26, 2018 11:50 pm

Nemesh wrote:Create a .iso file and write with ImgBurn.
Most BD disc's are 6x speed -> do not write faster !
Check in ImgBurn: Tools -> Settings -> Write -> Preform OPC Before Write
OPC = Optimum Power Calibration

I guess I can do this instead, it's just odd that the software stopped doing what it had been doing for years...creating an iso and using different software defeats the purpose of ConvertXtoHD.

Oppa888
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Re: ConvertXtoHD not Burning Full file to Bluray

Post by Oppa888 » Wed Jul 31, 2019 1:49 am

I too had this problem after upgrading to a new system. Bluray discs that were normally 12GB in size were only being written at around 440 MB.
At first I was totally baffled as my two VSO Programs ConvertXtoHD and ConvertXtoDVD had performed flawlessly.

The solution is to go to the Default Settings - Hardware Optimizations - Disable All H264 Hardware Optimizations.

Now both Blu-ray and DVD Discs are converting and encoding at the correct sizes.

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