The issue of VEAI failing to complete video processing applies to earlier versions of VEAI, but includes two instances under VEAI V 3.2.0 very recently.
I’m processing a video with VEAI V 3.2.2 as I’m typing this post. We’ll see if there are issues with this version of VEAI as well.
From observation, it seems that video processing failure is more likely to occur when VEAI is minimized/restored, and/or while other programs are running also (such as internet browsing and/or downloading files). And failures seem to be less likely to occur when no other (significant) programs are running, and possibly when VEAI is not (often) minimized/restored.
The failure to complete video processing occurs right at or near the end (about 99%) of the (re)encoding process, with no obvious sign of processing progress. I note that the directory where the processed video is stored contains two files. Both files have the same name, but one has the “.temp” extension to the file name. The other file has no temp extension.
The temp extension file seems to be the actual processed video which has a large size (in MB). The other file with no temp extension has zero size, for the moment!
After waiting for at least 5 minutes or so to see if anything further happens (nothing seems to be happening), I close VEAI. Then I note that the file with no temp extension now has a size of very roughly half the size of the temp extension file. Neither file can be opened in a video player/editor.
Summary. It seems that VEAI might be sensitive to other programs running at the same time as VEAI. And VEAI might not like being minimized/restored (too often)?
Anyone else noticed something like this?