An unexpected error occured with the audio codec.(0xC00D0BC3)

An unexpected error occured with the audio codec.(0xC00D0BC3)

Post by George Val » Wed, 22 Jun 2005 14:01:36


Archive the Troy DVD (region 1) to AVI files [1750 MB] with Ahead DVD
ripper, PICvideoMJPG-quality20, MP3-224kbps... OK
Recompress video track of every file to Windows Media Video 9 (VCM codec),
direct stream copy the audio track, using Virtual Dub... OK
Merge AVI files to a single, using direct stream copy of audio and video
stream, using Virtual DUB...OK
Encode to WMV using WM Encoder 9: Bit rate VBR 1730.466K 30 fps, video size
same as input, keyframe 8 sec; Bit rate VBR 192 kbps 44 kHz stereo audio.

Pass 1....OK
Pass 2...
[1h13m07s] An unexpected error occured with the audio codec. (0xC00D0BC3)
notes:
~ the computer was not used at that time.
~ Windows 2003-SP1, all updates applied.
~ Graph edit shows that I am using the MPEG Layer-3 Audio Decoder, version
1.5 build 50 (transform filter for Microsoft DirectShow...1998)
~ I tried an audio only encodding of the same AVI and it failed in the same
manner, but this time at possition [0h13m49s].
~ The error did not occur near to a junction in the file.

Any ideas?
I wonder why it failed on the second pass?
Can I expect a new version of WM Encoder soon? I'm starting to hate this one
because:
~ It usualy stops the file encodding when another process uses the CPU for a
few seconds (I wonder why is this stupid behaviour).
~ Now it left me after about 16 hours of encodding.
 
 
 

An unexpected error occured with the audio codec.(0xC00D0BC3)

Post by Zara » Wed, 22 Jun 2005 16:30:38

Why don't you give WME another chance?
Try the tutorials at www.microsoftusernetwork.com/zarax and ask in the
forums for help, it is a much better place than here because the community
is focused on that topic.

 
 
 

An unexpected error occured with the audio codec.(0xC00D0BC3)

Post by Mike Lower » Thu, 23 Jun 2005 01:50:22


Because encoding requires a ton of CPU resources? Try upping the thread
priority from Normal to AboveNormal.