Author Topic: Dxtory File write problem  (Read 9305 times)

frizbee2

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Dxtory File write problem
« on: June 20, 2013, 05:08:37 am »
So I've had Dxtory for a few months, and until recently it's been working great. However, about two or three weeks ago I encountered a strange problem that I haven't been able to fix. When recording, Dxtory overlays two frame counts at the top of the screen. The first one is the video frame rate, which is working fine. However, the file write frame rate stays consistently at 20-25 frames, regardless of what game I am using it on or what frame rate the video is getting (Even at 1000+ frames). I've tried changing the frame settings, running dxtory at a higher priority, etc. but I haven't been able to fix this. Any idea how I can get it back up to the 60+ frames I was getting before? Currently the quality is too low for me to make anything with Dxtory.

Here's the Enviornment Information:
[Dxtory]
Version: 2.0.119
UID: 4121a6dc-caa2-4063-8035-79295cd97bd3

[Dxtory Files]
InstallPath: C:\Program Files (x86)\Dxtory Software\Dxtory2.0
AudioStreamSplitter.exe: FileVersion: 1.0.0.0 SHA1: f2f729dc20a4f399704e99beeca855e85e5b9286
AVIFix.exe: FileVersion: 2.0.0.119 SHA1: 7a09d66397e59a821aa710e53f9e241f77a7792a
AVIMux.exe: FileVersion: 2.0.0.119 SHA1: 6336fd27affcdec219808ce7fc555c383512ddab
AVIMuxCore.dll: FileVersion: 2.0.0.3 SHA1: 77f91e5cbdb6516492937b09e8779fbfce339ad0
Dxtory.exe: FileVersion: 2.0.0.119 SHA1: 7b5ebab7aa1bf80922690bc6e898b002407a9666
Dxtory64.exe: FileVersion: 1.0.0.60 SHA1: 14e3f06e6f2afb2dcb8dec2813586253fc58d86b
DxtoryAudioHelper.dll: FileVersion: 1.0.0.79 SHA1: 1e11c70e2f744fe9fcb95402c955d14f3d9503ce
DxtoryCore.dll: FileVersion: 2.0.0.119 SHA1: fecba44dc52c3a07ba34c192d8cde866d1c3a745
DxtoryCore64.dll: FileVersion: 2.0.0.119 SHA1: fcacf8132f8a3718240a3e8b2f9b9f185820848c
DxtoryHK.dll: FileVersion: 2.0.0.118 SHA1: dac055815bc16b0b69677ba68ea96f8c6e47d02a
DxtoryHK64.dll: FileVersion: 2.0.0.118 SHA1: 036f207e09108a9970fb07668001eeeb55974f80
DxtoryMM.dll: FileVersion: 1.0.0.1 SHA1: 82eeaf2ec6ddd70f887ea5e20a80be718600b230
DxtoryMM64.dll: FileVersion: 1.0.0.1 SHA1: c142da021338ef96d13dc82c70c6ba2a443d1108
DxtoryVideo.dll: FileVersion: 2.0.0.97 SHA1: b9c1ff13a061e189affef9ae37f5ae142450b189
DxtoryVideo64.dll: FileVersion: 2.0.0.97 SHA1: 497ef3f62908d7a1f9362fc347198b900fc7c131
DxtoryVideoSetting.exe: FileVersion: 2.0.0.119 SHA1: adb248b7eca7001e64ba19054807ab6556126a87
LicReg.exe: FileVersion: 2.0.0.2 SHA1: be45da7599e89a80c3c4551e0ba80bba81a1dcd4
RawCapConv.exe: FileVersion: 2.0.0.119 SHA1: fe5c173b64236219c1a464db3ae117a8d53deded
RCStream.dll: FileVersion: 1.0.0.76 SHA1: 31266452f142cd7c856384945ffc410b2c9c8be9
unins000.exe: FileVersion: 51.1052.0.0 SHA1: bc3fdf5ca301bdcda59fdc8102c437f31db3af18
UpdateChecker.exe: FileVersion: 2.0.0.0 SHA1: 221bd3663f4393b368ebf74d1a892f9379ddbe44

[System Information]
CPU:        Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-3570K CPU @ 3.40GHz
CPU Instruction Set: MMX SSE SSE2 SSE3 SSSE3 SSE4.1 SSE4.2 AVX
OS: Microsoft Windows 8 x64
OSVersion: 6.2.9200
OSLanguage: 1033
ServicePack:
Memory0: BANK 1 8,589,934,592 bytes
Memory1: BANK 3 8,589,934,592 bytes
TotalMemory: 17,179,869,184 bytes
Total Physical Memory: 17,124,528,128 bytes
Available Physical Memory: 14,848,065,536 bytes
Total Page File: 19,540,447,232 bytes
Available Page File: 16,834,334,720 bytes
Total Virtual Memory: 2,147,352,576 bytes
Available Virtual Memory: 1,749,757,952 bytes
PerformanceCounterFrequency: 3420541 (0x34317D)
VideoCard: AMD Radeon HD 7800 Series Memory: 2,147,483,648 Processor: AMD Radeon Graphics Processor (0x6818) DriverVer: 9.12.0.0 DriverDate: 2012-12-18 17-00-00
Display0: 1920x1080 32bits 60Hz
SoundDevice: Logitech G35 Headset Manufacturer: Logitech G35 Headset
SoundDevice: Realtek High Definition Audio Manufacturer: Realtek
SoundDevice: High Definition Audio Device Manufacturer: Microsoft

[Audio Device]
Realtek Digital Output(Optical) (Realtek High Definition Audio) - CoreAudioOut
Realtek Digital Output (Realtek High Definition Audio) - CoreAudioOut
Speakers (3- Logitech G35 Headset) - CoreAudioOut
Stereo Mix (Realtek High Definition Audio) - CoreAudioIn, Volume 54
Microphone (3- Logitech G35 Headset) - CoreAudioIn, Volume 75

[Video Codec]
Dxtory Video Codec FCC:xtor
Cinepak Codec by Radius FCC:cvid
Fraps Video Decompressor FCC:fps1
Intel IYUV codec FCC:iyuv
Intel IYUV codec FCC:i420
Microsoft RLE FCC:mrle
Microsoft Video 1 FCC:msvc

[Audio Codec]
Microsoft GSM 6.10
Microsoft CCITT G.711
Microsoft IMA ADPCM
MS-ADPCM
PCM
IEEE Float

[License Information]
License: Registered
Expire: Unlimited
LicVerify: af871a56fe456a44d7d34b304ac0d3bd925c7ba9

[Additional Information]
Dxtory_log.txt: Empty
ErrorLog.txt: Available Size=1874

======================================================================

[Profile]
Name: Default
Path:

[Overlay]
Option: Left Top VidoeFPS WriteFileFPS RecordState
Color: Sleep FF00FF00, Active FFFFBC00, Movie  FF00FF00, ScreenShot FF00FF00

[Folder]
x C:\Unedited Video\Minecraft  Speed: 148MB/sec  Free: 1,467,368,304,640 Total: 2,000,029,741,056 Format: NTFS
SSFolder:

[HotKey]
MovieCapture: Page Down (0x00010051)
PushToTalk: None
ScreenShotSingle: None
ScreenShotRepeat: None
ScreenShotAuto: None
ToggleStatus: None
MovieCaptureFrame: None
ScreenShotCaptureFrame: None

[Movie]
Clipping:
ClipMargin: 0,0,0,0
ClipSize: 0,0
Scaling: Size 100% 1920x1080
Codec: Dxtory Video Codec, YUV24
FrameRate: 60
Output: File AVI
Option: IncludeCursor

[Audio0]
Enabled: True
PushToTalk: False
Device: Speakers (3- Logitech G35 Headset)
Codec: PCM
Format: PCM 11025 Hz, 32 bit, Stereo

[Audio1]
Enabled: True
PushToTalk: False
Device: Microphone (3- Logitech G35 Headset)
Codec: PCM
Format: PCM 11025 Hz, 32 bit, Stereo

[ScreenShot]
Clipping:
ClipMargin: 0,0,0,0
ClipSize: 0,0
Scaling: Percent 100% 0x0
HighSpeedLimit: 0
RepeatInterval: 1000
Format: PNG
JpegQuality: 97
Option:

[Advanced]
Option:
ThreadCount: 1
LimitedFPS: False
FPSLimit: 60
DelayHook: False
DelayHookTime: 5

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[Profile]
Name: Blender
Path: C:\Program Files\Blender Foundation\Blender\blender.exe

[Movie]
Clipping:
ClipMargin: 0,0,0,0
ClipSize: 0,0
Scaling: Size 100% 1920x1080
Codec: Dxtory Video Codec, RGB
FrameRate: 30
Output: File AVI
Option: IncludeCursor

[Advanced]
Option:
ThreadCount: 1
LimitedFPS: False
FPSLimit: 60
DelayHook: False
DelayHookTime: 5

[LastUsingInformation]
DateTime: 2013/02/15 21:37:25
64bit Process
DeviceType: OGL
View0.Type=OGL
View0.Size=1904x1001
View0.HWND=0x000205F6
View0.WindowTitle=Blender
View0.ClassName=GHOST_WindowClass

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[Profile]
Name: Hidden _d3d window
Path: C:\Program Files\Logitech\SetPointP\SetPoint.exe

[Movie]
Clipping:
ClipMargin: 0,0,0,0
ClipSize: 0,0
Scaling: Size 100% 1920x1080
Codec: Dxtory Video Codec, YUV24
FrameRate: 60
Output: File AVI
Option: IncludeCursor

[Advanced]
Option:
ThreadCount: 1
LimitedFPS: False
FPSLimit: 60
DelayHook: False
DelayHookTime: 5

[LastUsingInformation]
DateTime: 2013/06/12 21:21:07
64bit Process
DeviceType: DX9
View0.Type=DX9Ex
View0.DevType=D3DDEVTYPE_HAL
View0.BhFlags=D3DCREATE_MULTITHREADED D3DCREATE_SOFTWARE_VERTEXPROCESSING
View0.Format=D3DFMT_X8R8G8B8
View0.Size=10x10
View0.HWND=0x0001022C
View0.WindowTitle=Hidden _d3d window
View0.ClassName=WindowClass__d3dlogismooth

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[Profile]
Name: Minecraft
Path: C:\Program Files\Java\jre7\bin\java.exe

[Movie]
Clipping:
ClipMargin: 0,0,0,0
ClipSize: 0,0
Scaling: Size 100% 1920x1080
Codec: Dxtory Video Codec, YUV24
FrameRate: 60
Output: File AVI
Option: IncludeCursor

[Advanced]
Option:
ThreadCount: 1
LimitedFPS: False
FPSLimit: 60
DelayHook: False
DelayHookTime: 5

[LastUsingInformation]
DateTime: 2013/03/06 16:10:09
64bit Process
DeviceType: OGL
View0.Type=OGL
View0.Size=854x480
View0.HWND=0x00050466
View0.WindowTitle=Minecraft Minecraft 1.4.7
View0.ClassName=LWJGL

======================================================================

[Profile]
Name: Minecraft
Path: C:\Program Files\Java\jre7\bin\java.exe

[Movie]
Clipping:
ClipMargin: 0,0,0,0
ClipSize: 0,0
Scaling: Size 100% 1920x1080
Codec: Dxtory Video Codec, YUV24
FrameRate: 60
Output: File AVI
Option: IncludeCursor

[Advanced]
Option:
ThreadCount: 1
LimitedFPS: False
FPSLimit: 60
DelayHook: False
DelayHookTime: 5

[LastUsingInformation]
DateTime: 2013/03/06 15:39:56
64bit Process
DeviceType: OGL
View0.Type=OGL
View0.Size=2989297239x1078160285

======================================================================

[Profile]
Name: Minecraft
Path: C:\Program Files\Java\jre7\bin\java.exe

[Movie]
Clipping:
ClipMargin: 0,0,0,0
ClipSize: 0,0
Scaling: Size 100% 1920x1080
Codec: Dxtory Video Codec, YUV24
FrameRate: 60
Output: File AVI
Option: IncludeCursor

[Advanced]
Option:
ThreadCount: 1
LimitedFPS: False
FPSLimit: 60
DelayHook: False
DelayHookTime: 5

[LastUsingInformation]
DateTime: 2013/03/04 20:08:31
64bit Process
DeviceType: OGL
View0.Type=OGL
View0.Size=854x480
View0.HWND=0x001006F6
View0.WindowTitle=Minecraft Minecraft 1.4.7
View0.ClassName=LWJGL

======================================================================

[Profile]
Name: Minecraft
Path: C:\Program Files\Java\jre7\bin\java.exe

[Movie]
Clipping:
ClipMargin: 0,0,0,0
ClipSize: 0,0
Scaling: Size 100% 1920x1080
Codec: Dxtory Video Codec, YUV24
FrameRate: 60
Output: File AVI
Option: IncludeCursor

[Advanced]
Option:
ThreadCount: 1
LimitedFPS: False
FPSLimit: 60
DelayHook: False
DelayHookTime: 5

[LastUsingInformation]
DateTime: 2013/03/06 15:54:40
64bit Process
DeviceType: OGL
View0.Type=OGL
View0.Size=1920x1017
View0.HWND=0x002F045A
View0.WindowTitle=Minecraft Minecraft 1.4.7
View0.ClassName=LWJGL

======================================================================

[Profile]
Name: Minecraft
Path: C:\Program Files\Java\jre7\bin\javaw.exe

[Movie]
Clipping:
ClipMargin: 0,0,0,0
ClipSize: 0,0
Scaling: Size 100% 1920x1080
Codec: Dxtory Video Codec, RGB
FrameRate: 120
Output: File AVI
Option: IncludeCursor

[Advanced]
Option:
ThreadCount: 1
LimitedFPS: False
FPSLimit: 60
DelayHook: False
DelayHookTime: 5

[LastUsingInformation]
DateTime: 2013/02/01 15:56:32
64bit Process
DeviceType: DX9 OGL
View0.Type=OGL
View0.Size=854x480
View0.HWND=0x0003028C
View0.WindowTitle=Minecraft Minecraft 1.4.7
View0.ClassName=LWJGL

======================================================================

[Profile]
Name: MultiMC: 1.5.1
Path: C:\Program Files\Java\jre7\bin\java.exe

[Movie]
Clipping:
ClipMargin: 0,0,0,0
ClipSize: 0,0
Scaling: Size 100% 1920x1080
Codec: Dxtory Video Codec, YUV24
FrameRate: 60
Output: File AVI
Option: IncludeCursor

[Advanced]
Option:
ThreadCount: 1
LimitedFPS: False
FPSLimit: 60
DelayHook: False
DelayHookTime: 5

[LastUsingInformation]
DateTime: 2013/06/19 13:58:10
64bit Process
DeviceType: OGL
View0.Type=OGL
View0.Size=854x480
View0.HWND=0x00020564
View0.WindowTitle=Minecraft Minecraft 1.5.2
View0.ClassName=LWJGL

======================================================================

[Profile]
Name: Planetside2 v0.623.62.220603 Live **SHIPPING**
Path: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\PlanetSide 2\PlanetSide2.exe

[Movie]
Clipping:
ClipMargin: 0,0,0,0
ClipSize: 0,0
Scaling: Size 100% 1920x1080
Codec: Dxtory Video Codec, YUV24
FrameRate: 60
Output: File AVI
Option: IncludeCursor

[Advanced]
Option:
ThreadCount: 1
LimitedFPS: False
FPSLimit: 60
DelayHook: False
DelayHookTime: 5

[LastUsingInformation]
DateTime: 2013/06/18 15:07:34
DeviceType: DX9
View0.Type=DX9
View0.DevType=D3DDEVTYPE_HAL
View0.BhFlags=D3DCREATE_FPU_PRESERVE D3DCREATE_MULTITHREADED D3DCREATE_HARDWARE_VERTEXPROCESSING
View0.Format=D3DFMT_A8R8G8B8
View0.Size=1920x1080
View0.HWND=0x000A05E8
View0.WindowTitle=Planetside2 v0.623.77.222068 Live **SHIPPING**
View0.ClassName=GFC_StdWindowClass

======================================================================
VerifyHash: 3f1aab0c97ef4b618d14bd1f2d62a07e04570af0

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Re: Dxtory File write problem
« Reply #1 on: June 20, 2013, 10:48:14 am »
Please submit ErrorLog.txt.

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Re: Dxtory File write problem
« Reply #2 on: June 20, 2013, 12:12:30 pm »
========== 2013/02/08 20:19:45 ==========
PID:2172     C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Audition CS6\Adobe Audition CS6.exe
PID:2172     TID:3996     TickCount:16843625 DETECTED HOOK OVERWRITE: wglSwapBuffers
PID:2172     TID:3996     TickCount:16843625 REPLACED HOOK MODULE: \Device\HarddiskVolume2\Fraps\fraps32.dll
PID:2172     TID:3996     TickCount:16843625 DETECTED HOOK OVERWRITE: wglSwapLayerBuffers
PID:2172     TID:3996     TickCount:16843625 REPLACED HOOK MODULE: \Device\HarddiskVolume2\Fraps\fraps32.dll
PID:2172     TID:3996     TickCount:16843625 DETECTED HOOK OVERWRITE: IDirectDrawSurface7_Blt
PID:2172     TID:3996     TickCount:16843625 REPLACED HOOK MODULE: \Device\HarddiskVolume2\Fraps\fraps32.dll
PID:2172     TID:3996     TickCount:16843625 DETECTED HOOK OVERWRITE: IDirectDrawSurface7_Flip
PID:2172     TID:3996     TickCount:16843625 REPLACED HOOK MODULE: \Device\HarddiskVolume2\Fraps\fraps32.dll


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Re: Dxtory File write problem
« Reply #3 on: June 20, 2013, 03:56:53 pm »
Simply, a cause is not using the storage only for recording.
And I think that the bit rate is too high.

frizbee2

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Re: Dxtory File write problem
« Reply #4 on: June 21, 2013, 02:03:27 am »
So I cleaned out my hard drive, lowered the bit rate (I think) and even reinstalled Dxtory. I am still having this problem! Is there any other way I can fix it?

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Re: Dxtory File write problem
« Reply #5 on: June 22, 2013, 06:57:36 am »
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And I think that the bit rate is too high.

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Scaling: Size 100% 1920x1080
Codec: Dxtory Video Codec, YUV24
FrameRate: 60

With that you dont have only to "think" that. It is common sense if you see these settings, that his settings are just overkill for a operating system hard drive with only 148 mbyte/s.

1920x1080, yuv24, no compression, 60fps requires a writing speed of 337 mbyte/s.

You got the problem here?  :P

New settings for you:

Ensure that on every settings page the use default setting checkmark is set. Then choose default profile out of profile list.
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YUV420, instead of YV24.
Checkmark Compress
Proc. Threads: 2
Checkmark: Synchronous Surface Lock and Wait for available Buffer.

Then your audio section. WTF you set here? 11025 hz and therefore 32bit? If you dont have ANY knowledge about that, then dont change it to your belly feeling.  :-\

Set Speakers to 44100hz,16bit,Stereo
Set Microphone to 44100hz, 16bit, Mono.

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Re: Dxtory File write problem
« Reply #6 on: June 23, 2013, 09:08:19 am »
I messed with the video settings a bit more, All I needed to do was compress it and it works fine! Originally it was working uncompressed, but it isn't that big of a deal.

As far as the audio goes, I have no idea why it was set so high either. I didnt have it as low as you suggested, but I definitely didn't set it to 32 bit on purpose.

Anyway, now that the audio has been fixed it's working fine. Thanks for pointing that mistake out!

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Re: Dxtory File write problem
« Reply #7 on: June 23, 2013, 09:23:43 am »
You should use the settings I told you.

Audio and video.

I didnt call them you for fun or anything, it has a sense.

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I didnt have it as low as you suggested

define "low"

44100, 16bit is CD Quality.
44100, 16bit is ENOUGH. Or does your dog watch your videos too?

44100, 16bit is the format which uses an audio cd. Do they sound bad?
And when it comes later to a lossy format - you waste the bitrate in the complete wrong way if you waste the bitrate in more than 44100hz. And if you record in higher than 44100, but compress later to 44100, - means you convert the samplerate - thats even a lossy process. And if you upload your videos to youtube and stay locally with your >44100 material - youtube WILL convert it to 44100hz.

Same goes with the colorspacing. There is absolutely no sense in recording higher than YUV420 for normal purpose. You end up with 420 anyway. Already after your lossy encode you are at exactly that.
So why record in higher than 420 if you'll never use that later? Its just wasting of ingame FPS rate and HDD Space while recording. If you can record without compression the fastest way will be YUV420 without compression.

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I didnt have it as low as you suggested

If I read that again I'm unsure what you meant.

The log says 11025hz, 32bit, so you had it that low ;)
« Last Edit: June 23, 2013, 09:28:18 am by De-M-oN »