[DVDnav-discuss] Crashes when opening a .iso or .img that is incomplete
janton.koster at gmail.com
Sat Oct 8 13:03:30 CEST 2011
Dominik helpt me a bit to find the error problem:
libdvdread: Invalid IFO for title 16 (VTS_16_0.IFO).
libdvdnav: ifoOpenVTSI failed
process_command: Assertion `0' failed.
Dominik asked: This is probably because the ISO is incomplete. Would it be
to upload a complete file?
This is exactly what the problem is, i was talking about incomplete iso or
Eric can you do something with this information? i can offer 10 euro with
2011/9/1 Janton Koster <janton.koster at gmail.com>
> 2011/9/1 Erik Hovland <erik at hovland.org>:
> > On Wed, Aug 31, 2011 at 10:48 AM, Janton Koster <janton.koster at gmail.com>
> >> I sometimes use VLC to play .iso or .img files i download.
> >> Sometimes these files are not yet full downloaded but then VLC crashes,
> >> not so strainge because the file is incomplete... but it bothers me that
> >> it crashes. I will try to attach a small part of a incomplete iso/img.
> >> I hope it's
> >> simular, i used hjsplit to cut the first 10MB from a .iso . When i open
> >> this file VLC also crashes, so i think it's the simular problem.
> >> Ok i just uploaded the 10MB file here:
> >> http://www.2shared.com/file/ft-2xtP1/test.html
> >> Assertion failure in libdvdnav.
> > A log of the assertion is way more helpful then a test file in this
> > case.
> In VLC log is empty, so i'm not sure how i can provite a log file (i'm
> more a php guy then a software developer)
> I know how to handle patches (with php files and some cpp scripts) but
> building libdvdnav will be new for me...
> I found the last libdvdnav-4.1.3.tar.bz2 file on the server, i will
> try to find out how to build it to a .dll
> The file is really small so i thought if you open it you will get the
> crash directly and can see in debug what's going on, but perhaps i\m
> wrong... looking in the log seems more complicated then just running
> in debug and see the error. (also not sure if this is possible with
> dll files)
> Offtopic: is there some change log of the versions: 4.1.1 to 4.1.2 to
> 4.1.3 etc.? I understand VLC now uses 4.1.1, so i was just interested
> in the new changes.
> > We will liekly ask you to try a patch. Which means running your
> > own copy of libdvdnav. Are you up for that?
> >> I guess the problem is, libdvdnav want's to load a navigation menu
> >> that is not there (yet)
> >> If i remove libdvdnav.dll from VLC install directory, i can watch the
> >> Perhaps the same thing happends in Mplayer?
> >> Is this something that could be fixed?
> > Yes, but more information is required
> > E
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> > Erik Hovland
> > erik at hovland.org
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