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Bin to dvd ?

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by Datdude, Apr 10, 2005.

  1. Datdude

    Datdude Member

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    this is prolly a quetion asked a lot but im new to the dvd buring thing i just bought a dvd burner samsung h552u and i burned an iso with alcohol with out a problem but i want to burn 2 bin/cue files (a 2 part movie)on to one dvd to play in a normal dvd player or ps2
     
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    herbsman Moderator Staff Member

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    Once you've extracted the .mpg from your bin files [using something like ISO-Buster or similar] you'll need to encode that mpg to dvd.

    Guides are available (see my sig)

    * Moving to correct forum*

     
  3. f4t4lfury

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    you can also run them directly from your computer by mounting them on a virtual drive. to do this, you'll need a drive emulator like Daemon Tools (http://www.daemon-tools.cc/dtcc/portal/download.php). it's pretty easy to find faqs on mounting off google, but if you can't find any that you understand, feel free to post back and i'll help you out.
     
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  4. aldaco12

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    VCDGear will extract directly the movies from the cue/bin (VCDGerar menu, [bold] cue/bin --> mpg[/bold] ). This is a 'must' because inside the images you don't have mpegs, but 'riff files with header.
    After that you can do anything with those mpegs (but I suggest you to put many (S)VCD movies on a DVD, if the PS2 can read that stuff, don't try to re-encode it to a DVD movie, which will have the same quality but wil be 4 times bigger than the input movie - 4,5 GB with respect to 1.1 GB).
     
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  5. Datdude

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    sorry i put the thread in the wrong place
    I exracted the mpeg out of the bin and i used nero to burn/convert it to a dvd but when i try it in my ps2 it says "tv system does not match"????????
    but i burned an iso(with alcohol) n a mpeg dvd rip (with TMPGEnc plays but no sound)and they both play in my ps2 so does that mean i did it wrong
     
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    Check the type of the mpeg. It can be either PAL or NTSC and if the system doesn't match yours you need to re-encode it (I use TMPGenc Plus but you can use what you prefere). Alas, it's a LOONG and risky to spoil the movie's quality way. More, you need the registered 'Plus' version of TMPGenc to encode MPEG-2 files.
    To quickly understand the system of that mpeg you could simply load it with VCDGear and watch the line in the left of the screen of the 'video-cd' menu, which reads:

    ----------Video Track Information ---------------------
    Resolution: [bold] 'AxB type @XYZ fps' [/bold].
    ...
    ...
    ...
    -------------------------------------------------------
    'type' should describe the type: 'type' = either PAL or NTSC.

    Herbsman, I'm not sure because I never did it, but couldn't you put multiple SVCD movies into 1 DVD with, e.g. DVDLab? (it should be better: same quality, more room for many movies on the same DVD)
     
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    Yes , very much so @ putting a few SVCDs to single DVD_R. DVD-Lab Pro is particularly good at this this , although there are still easier alternatives for newbies perhaps.

    After extracting mpg from bin , I would suggest that maybe you use VSO DivXtoDVD
    (it's free & will convert all the way to VOB format ... ie; VIDEO_TS folder).
    Then do a Re-Author in DVD Shrink and add the compilation of VIDEO_TS folders you require compressed & added together.
    If you have 2 halves of a film tho ... I'd suggest DVD2One in 'join' mode & use seamless option (as you'll have no gap in between).

    Let us know what exactly you're after doing as output & maybe we (I) can be specific :)


    peace
     
  8. Datdude

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    i tried it last nite with dvd lab pro the video was PAL i guess dvd lab didn't convert it to NTCS i will try the way Herbsman said and post back if it works
     
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    Yes, 'authoting' applications don't 'convert'.
    Ah,
    When you do so, examine the two halves, first. Sometime the two pieces may overlap, for even 10-20 seconds, not some frame only, sepending on how the split was made.
    In this case do e.g. TMPGenc___MPEG Tools___Merge & Cut and cut the overlapping piece from one of the two halves, first.
     
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    when i tryed to convert it to ntsc in TMPGENC it says "this file can not open or is unnsupported" i did burn it with nero tho and it works fine but nero take 4 hours to encode and burn it.
    did TMPGENC give me an error because i did it wrong or is prolly somthing to do with the mpg????
    also do you know of any other PAL to NTSC programs????
     
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    If the .MPG is a mpeg-2, they are not supported by TMPGenc 'free', only by TMPGnc Plus. Usually this is the only problem (unless you made a chaos with the VFAPI plug-in order, which I don't think).
    You can see if it's the registered version from the menu Help___About.
    Another check you could do is to open the .mpg with VCDGear. It will decribe all its characteristics (VCD/SVCD, PAL/NTSC, FPS...) in the left of the video-cd page.
     
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    i have the regitered version of TMPGEnc dvd author but the other program TMPGEnc mpeg decoder is unregistered is there a way the TMPGEnc dvd autor can swith it to NTSC???????????
     
  13. dburn

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    hi i would like to know how to convert bin to dvd, i have iso-duster and i extracted the files but when i try to put it in nero it says error,
     

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