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hdvprojection

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Mismatch in optional length element
« on: April 04, 2019, 04:50:42 PM »
Something odd has happened twice now with two separate projects. I create a DCP, run a check on it, and all is good. This gets copied over to a shared vault, from which someone grabs it and makes thumb drive copies from it, but now it is corrupted. Normally when this has happened (and even this is rare), there is a hash size mismatch on one of the mxf files. Now, twice in as many days, the problem has been with the character count inside the CPL and PKL.

 
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Error: AM f2c339a0-a7aa-436c-b0d9-17c4af2593be: Mismatch in optional Length element: Asset: ccc8a2e9-fec0-446a-b47b-62ddc55e5eaf: Listed length: 1402 (1.4 KB) Asset on medium: 1435 (1.4 KB)
 Error: AM f2c339a0-a7aa-436c-b0d9-17c4af2593be: Mismatch in optional Length element: Asset: ff3e3c45-b4e2-424a-a62a-cf3b23e224c1: Listed length: 1738 (1.7 KB) Asset on medium: 1778 (1.7 KB)
 Error: PKL ccc8a2e9-fec0-446a-b47b-62ddc55e5eaf: Size mismatch: ff3e3c45-b4e2-424a-a62a-cf3b23e224c1: PKL: 1738 (1.7 KB) Asset: 1778 (1.7 KB)
 Error: PKL ccc8a2e9-fec0-446a-b47b-62ddc55e5eaf: Hash mismatch: ff3e3c45-b4e2-424a-a62a-cf3b23e224c1: PKL: boqrR69Yeao5GnC+j5foY5NF6oM= Asset: YowsdOkHzMFSHHHyxDuq9RjkcQY=

But when I open the originals and the copies to compare, the CPLs and packing lists are identical. I'm at a loss.

I'm attaching the two "versions" of the CPL. Can anyone tell me what's going on? Please and thank you.

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Re: Mismatch in optional length element
« Reply #1 on: April 08, 2019, 11:21:57 AM »
If you use Filezilla to download your DCP , you have to change your
ftp program to binary transfer
1.   Open your Filezilla ftp program.
2.   Select "Edit" and click "Settings" from the drop Box.
3.   In the "Select page:" box, under "Transfers", click "File Types".
4.   In the "Default transfer type" section, select the "Binary" radio button. Click OK.

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your xml files have been interpreted as text files.
But the ends of lines are under:
windows (2 bytes): CR + LF
osx: (1 byte): CR
linux: (1 byte): LF

some xml files also have bytes at first: Byte order Mark, not the text files.
« Last Edit: April 08, 2019, 11:36:19 AM by darklover »

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Re: Mismatch in optional length element
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