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Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library Runtime Error

Started by Killer 69, September 09, 2012, 09:03:51 am

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Jan Gruuthuse

Quicktime thinks this is a .3gp container? Changing the extension from .mp4 to .3gp seems to help the quicktime issue?

Killer 69

October 01, 2012, 09:10:20 am #16 Last Edit: October 01, 2012, 09:34:50 am by Killer 69
Renaming file to *.3gp did not change the endresult, QuickTime gives error, VLC plays file without a hitch.

Video information from Avidemux tells this: Codec 4CC: H264, Image size 1280x720, Aspect Ratio: 1:1 (1:1), Frame rate: 29.972 fps, Total duration 00:00:08:875, Extract video properties: All No, Audio codec: MP3, Channels: Stereo, Bitrate: 16000 Bps / 128 kbps, Variable Birtate: (empty), Frequenzy: 48000 Hz, Total duration: 00:00:00:000 <-- Pretty interesting this also!

Tried also to save with MP4v2 Muxer, fails to play also with QuickTime

Jan Gruuthuse

Unlucky combination of circumstances :(
Update your quicktime? That error pops up around 2007 in relation to mp4 (3gp) or audio label not recognized.
Have you tried aac audio instead of mp3 or lower 48000 to 44100?
Don't have myself windows nor quicktime, so no testing at this end?

Killer 69

QuickTime player version 7.7.2, (1680.56), no newer version available.

Killer 69

October 15, 2012, 10:07:11 am #19 Last Edit: October 15, 2012, 10:09:41 am by Killer 69
Just tried the latest beta build r8219 and something has happened. Now I'm able to open and manage that 1.11GB file, which previously caused immediate "Crash" window. Still not able to open bigger files though, immediate "Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library Runtime Error".

Another thing, which I just noticed. No matter, how small file I open, there is immediate "Crash", if I select "Help, Advanced, Open application log", while I have that file open. If I do not have any file open, no problems.

Jan Gruuthuse

download appropriate win32/win64/ -bit avidemux 2.6 and unpack and replace: http://avidemux.org/nightly/ currently r8235

Killer 69

Both problems still on the latest beta, logs attached.

Jan Gruuthuse

Quote from: Killer 69 on October 01, 2012, 08:12:15 am
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Video output: Mpeg 4 AVC (x264), audio output MP3 (lame) and output format MP4 Muxer. Operation went through but when trying to open resulted file with QuickTime, I get error "Error -2041: an invalid sample description was found in the movie (<filename>.mp4).

This is an quicktime player issue: it does not support mp3 track as it should.
Quote from: styrol on October 12, 2012, 02:29:35 pm
So you've got MP3 as audio in MP4 container? This combination is always critical as MP4 alone created by libav is (concerning compatibility). VLC can output MP4 (h.264/aac) files created by the Exporting wizard which VLC itself cannot play.

Try audio output aac instead of mp3

Killer 69

AAC as a audio output seems to work for QuickTime error, other problems of course still remain.