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Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by soupnazi, Apr 9, 2007.

  1. soupnazi

    soupnazi Member

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    I have 2 avi files in the same folder
    "Ace Ventura - Pet Detective (I & II)"

    I tried removing all of the symbols from the 2 avi files in this folder but I still can't get an audio stream with avi2dvd.
    Does this have anything to do with the avi files being in the folder that has symbols in the name?
    I tried renaming the folder but it says it is being used by another person or program and I can't rename it.

    Now I'm really lost

    -soup-
     
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    ok, so I restarted my computer and it shutdown whatever was using the folder and I could rename the folder.
    I ran avi2dvd again and an audio stream loaded but then I got this error message:
    " floating point division by zero "

    I found a thread that said to download xvid codec. I did that but still nothing.
    Then I downloaded divx codec and it seems fine now.

    -soup-
     
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    Glad it's ok now.
    If you need to know the codecs used by a video file, download 'GSpot'

    http://www.headbands.com/gspot/v26x/GSpot270a.zip

    As for Avi2dvd, it seems very fussy about the file names, folder names, etc.
    I generally put it in a folder in the root directory otherwise it gets confused.
     

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