With some major improvements in encoding quality in version 3.6.2 of CineVision it has been found that you may need higher TS_Recording rates that were previously recommended when multiplexing 3D encodes from earlier versions of CineVision.
If this is set too low, you may encounter the following error:
2011-10-11T18:38:05Z|ERROR|MUX_SN_E_TS_UNDERFLOW_ERR|X:\Matt Barr\Eyeframe\DiscProject1\00.00.0000\Output\MUX\BDROM\DB\BDMV\STREAM\00001.m2ts|0|Buffer underflows|TSWrapper.dll::CTSWrapper::ProcThreadMain::Video buffer underflows. — |
This can be solved with a few following rules of thumb.
1. Manually set the TS_Recording rate for the Dependent View clip in the clip properties to up to about 4 mbps higher than the total maximum bitrates of the dependent view encode. This is an increase of 2mbps above recommendations for previous builds of CineVision.
See Knowledge base article “Reference — Considerations for 3D Multiplexing” for more detail
2. Make sure that your bit budgeting allows 6-8 mbps of headroom between 64 mbps and the total bitrates of both base/dependant view clips and all other streams.
This is covered in the Knowledge Base article “Troubleshoot — Error — SSIF Allocation Failed — Total Bitrates higher than 64Mbps”
See also Knowledge Base Article “Bit budgeting and encoding for 3D in CineVision 3.6.2”