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jsteele
2005-06-02, 03:06 AM
I just installed the current VideoArchiver and tried the DVD2MPEG function.

I get an error message:
"Error: Index was out of range. Must be non-negative and less than the sixze of the collection. Parameter Name: index"

I installed from the installation set and everything APPEARS to be in place.

Jeff
2005-06-02, 03:40 AM
I have an update that I have not yet posted. I fixed various small things, including something related to the DVD2MPEG part, so this may fix your problem. I will probably post the update later today or tomorrow.

Jeff

jsteele
2005-06-02, 04:12 AM
Jeff:

Thank you sir. I await the update :-)

ArfurAnt
2005-06-07, 08:41 PM
Jeff,
I am getting the same problem with the latest version of DVD2MPEG within the Video Archiver Plugin. I did install the standalone version first before realising that a later version was included within Video Archiver - could this be the problem. I removed the original standalone dll before installing, should I have removed anything else?
Thanks,
ArfurAnt

iface
2005-06-12, 10:33 AM
Has a solution been found? I also have the same problem and have reinstalled the video archive pluggin but that made no difference.

ArfurAnt
2005-06-12, 10:36 PM
I still have the same problem and it seems to have spread to the Music Plug-In. See separate thread: Music Plug-In (http://forums.gbpvr.com/showthread.php?t=6727)

Jeff
2005-06-13, 04:57 AM
I have just posted an updated to the wiki site (http://www.bladerhq.com/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Plugin/VideoArchiver).

Jeff

ArfurAnt
2005-06-13, 09:50 AM
Jeff,
I have downloaded and installed this latest version but it has not made any difference. Is there anything else I should do to check. I am still running 92.8, would it be worth a clean reinstall of 92.11?
I am worried that I am doing something stupid now!
ArfurAnt

Jeff
2005-06-13, 01:34 PM
Maybe you could zip up and email me your config.xml file, your gbpvr.exe.log and the log files in the Jeff subdirectory and I can see what is going on. You can send it to jefflmailbox-gbpvr@yahoo.com.

Jeff

ArfurAnt
2005-06-13, 04:33 PM
Thanks for the offer to have a look at the logs - I have zipped them up and forwarded them on.

Ron22
2005-06-14, 02:50 AM
Jeff I have the same error message with the newest version.
This part of the log might be what you are looking for.
6/13/2005 8:45:44 PM[50] In FillAll
6/13/2005 8:45:44 PM[50] In FillDirList
6/13/2005 8:45:44 PM[50] In FillRootDir for root I:\DVD
6/13/2005 8:45:44 PM[50] Looking in directory I:\DVD
6/13/2005 8:45:44 PM[50] Adding directory item .DVDs
6/13/2005 8:45:44 PM[50] Existing index is -1
6/13/2005 8:45:44 PM[50] Leaving FillRootDir for root I:\DVD
6/13/2005 8:45:44 PM[50] Leaving FillDirList
6/13/2005 8:45:45 PM[50] In fill file list for .DVDs
6/13/2005 8:45:45 PM[50] Getting entries.
6/13/2005 8:45:45 PM[50] Looking for IsoFiles = True
6/13/2005 8:45:45 PM[50] Looking at files in path I:\DVD
6/13/2005 8:45:45 PM[50] Trying to fetch information for file: I:\DVD\Bambi.mpg
6/13/2005 8:45:46 PM[50] Not found; using defaults
6/13/2005 8:45:46 PM[50] Adding Bambi to list sorted by name.

Jeff
2005-06-14, 04:17 PM
ArfurAnt helped me track down the bug. I will post the fix tonight.

Ron22, thanks for posting the log. I noticed that the video archiver did not find any information for bambi in its database. If you run the GetDVDInfo program (you shjould inly have to do it this once) it will search the web and download information and posters for your movies.

Jeff

Jeff
2005-06-15, 03:01 AM
New version posted to wiki site that fixes a bug in DVD2MPEG that caused failures if there were no subdirectories defined below the main DVD directory.

Jeff

iface
2005-06-16, 12:41 AM
Thanks Jeff, it works well now.

jmemmott
2005-06-16, 12:45 AM
I just learned that DVD Decrypter and www.dvddecrypter.com are gone( see http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/11914 ). Any thoughts on alternatives??