[CinCV TNG] Render error - file writing

Einar Rünkaru einarry at smail.ee
Tue Apr 8 08:39:09 CEST 2014


Hi


On Tue, Apr 8, 2014 at 1:43 AM, jankomEarthlink <janosk at earthlink.net>wrote:

> Update:
>
> Render error: I tried replacing $1 by % with no luck. Then I tried to
> compile cilelerra again, suspecting broken codecs, etc. Used
>
> git clone git>//git.cinelerra-cv.org/CinelerraCV.git <my folder name>
>
> Please, note that on the web site the command still lists comelerra.org,
> not cinelerra-cv.org, so when I copy-pasted the command it did not work.
>
> sh autogen.sh and ./configure was OK.
>
> However: make stopped in error: texi2html Option number is ambiguous.
> After googling I found a fix:
>
> In /quicktime/ffmpeg/Makefile line 127 I had to change "-monolithic
> -number $" to "-monolithic -number-sections $"
>
>

> This enabled compile to finish.
>
> This looks like a bug. I have texi2html 5.0, on a linux 2.6 kernel,
> i385/i386 machine.
>
> What linux distribution you have?


> Newly compiled cinelerra runs OK, same as old one. Render error is also
> the same - so recompiling did not fix suspected error.
>
> As I mentioned before, my project is OK, I was able to render it in
> quicktime for linux. So the  problem is more like a mystery, or a challenge
> to solve.
>
>
> Rendering setup:
>     Select a file to render to:
>     <wrote in a new filename in home directory>
>     File Format: YUV4MPEG Stream
>     Video was only selected: Render video tracks
>     Create new file at each label <is not set>
>     Render range: Project
>     Insert nothing
>
>     Video rendering setup:
>     Output Path: <wrote in a new filename in home directory, same as
>     "Select file to render to"
>     Use Pipe: cine_render.sh
>

I think you should have here:
cine_render.sh %

Note the % sign.


>     listing of cine_render.sh:
>
>         mpeg2enc -v 1 -f 8 -b 4000 -q 8 -r 16 -G 18 -n n -4 1 -2 1 -K
> tmpgenc -D 10 -E 1 0 -o $1
> Cinelerra Error:
> Error writing to file ...
>
> Start cinelerra from terminal - then you see diagnostic and more error
messages there.

Einar
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