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Winavi, Can't convert any files


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Carpie

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Hi everyone I have a problem.
I'm using Winavi 6.3 and
when i want to convert my RMVB files into DVD files (Vob) I will get this error :


3access violation at address 013BDFF3 in module 'mpeg2dmx.ax' Read of address 01862000

And then i can't convert any files.

I've tried to reinstall it a several times but it didn't help ;)

Hope you guys can help me, Thanks in advance :tazz:

Edited by Carpie, 28 April 2005 - 10:35 AM.

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starjax

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try going here: http://www.videohelp.com/

winamp isn't capable of doing what you want, but there might be a software package and/or instructions on how to accomplishit here.

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hello,
I've already solved the problem, I went to the C;drive / system32
and then search for this 'mpeg2dmx.ax'
after searching, I've deleted the file and now the program it's working fine !!!
thanks anyway for reading my post
Greetz C :tazz:
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Great!. Glad to hear that.

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