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subtitle error message when compiling: SST_Script_parser (Entry#1 and Entry#0 overlapped)

Hello guys,

nice to have this forum here.

 

I'm authoring a new 24p BD & tried to add a subtitle script to one of the movie segments.

 

When compiling I got the following error message:

"Multiplexing the assets has failed Error : SST_Script_parser (Entry#1 and Entry#0 overlapped)"

 

Log:

Info : Start PureHD Multiplexer at 01-05-2011 1:13:26
Info : NetBlender DoStudio, Blu-ray 2.4
Info : Begin to parse XML script: M:\MVW\Netblender.BD\Compile\compile.doCs
Info : End to parse XML script: M:\MVW\Netblender.BD\Compile\compile.doCs, code=0x0
Info : Use SST_SPU_Parser for [M:\MVW\Assets\Subs\Subtitle_DE.dost]
Info : Begin to parse SST script: M:\MVW\Assets\Subs\Subtitle_DE.dost
Info : End to parse SST script: M:\MVW\Assets\Subs\Subtitle_DE.dost, code=0x80041414

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Final Log, 01-05-2011 1:13:26
Message: Incorrect or unrecognized SPU script content. (error code 0x80041414)
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script example:

$FORMAT=480                                                    
$DROP=24000                                                    
$VERSION=1.2                                                   
$ULEAD=TRUE                                                    
NO    INTIME        OUTTIME        XPOS    YPOS    FILENAME    FADEIN    FADEOUT  
0001    00:00:30:05    00:00:34:04    0    0    Subtitle_Image_0001.png    0    0   
0002    00:00:45:08    00:00:48:19    0    0    Subtitle_Image_0002.png    0    0   
0003    00:00:48:23    00:00:50:00    0    0    Subtitle_Image_0003.png    0    0   
0004    00:01:12:07    00:01:15:08    0    0    Subtitle_Image_0004.png    0    0   
0005    00:01:16:21    00:01:19:01    0    0    Subtitle_Image_0005.png    0    0   
0006    00:01:19:21    00:01:21:08    0    0    Subtitle_Image_0006.png    0    0   
0007    00:01:22:12    00:01:24:00    0    0    Subtitle_Image_0007.png    0    0   
0008    00:01:30:18    00:01:32:09    0    0    Subtitle_Image_0008.png    0    0   
0009    00:01:34:15    00:01:36:22    0    0    Subtitle_Image_0009.png    0    0   
0010    00:01:38:09    00:01:40:08    0    0    Subtitle_Image_0010.png    0    0   

Doesn't know what's going wrong? Any suggestions?

It seems the parser is not able to read the script. Is there anything in the script I didn't recognize?

I did a little research here in the forum area to find out if there happened similar but fixed issues. As long as I searched for none of the suggestions will fix it.

 

The usual suspects are not present! ;)

Timings seems to be ok!

Fps-rate in script header is set correct!

 

I would be really thankful for fast answers!

 

Cheers

Andreas

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