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encodeing VCD with tmpgenc getting strange result.

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by sonoma095, Jul 10, 2003.

  1. sonoma095

    sonoma095 Member

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    I've encoded plenty of movies successfully with tmpgenc. I wasn't doing anything differently this time, but after i encode the resulting video contains a lot of ghosting or overlap from the past frame i suppose. I changed lots of settings and nothing changes. Can anyone help. oh my source video is 16:9, 29.970fps, progressive.
    Also im useing dvd2avi to frameserve for tmpgenc. Any input about this would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance.
     
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    What is your input file, an mpeg2??
     
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    my input is VOB format. I used dvd2avi to create a d2v file from them. I've done this many times without any problems, and i didn't do anything different this time.
     
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    Are you trying to convert NTSC to PAL??
     
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    no i was encoding to ntsc to ntsc. I also tried ntsc to ntsc film, but still no change in the output file. I've done other videos that were source ntsc, and didn't have any trouble.
     
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    ouch what other programs were u running aswell? dvd2avi takes a lot of resources to work properly!!
     
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    i wasn't running anything else other than my sound card, and i have plenty of hard drive space. Should i try useing a different program other than dvd2avi? If so what would u recommend?
     
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    Nah dvd2avi is fine. It must be the DVD where did it come from?
     
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    it came from the video store. I rented it. It played fine in my dvd player, and in my computer.
     
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    hmm ok, bad then :(. I wouldnt think this is a problem with your computer at all but more a problem with the dvd disc itself!
     
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    So you think theres no hope huh. Bumer. Big waste of time. I'll move on to another disc. Thanks for your help nonetheless.
     
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    No Probs, sorry its just an odd problem!
     
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    You were right. I tried two other discs and had no problems. Weird. Thanks for your help though.
     
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    no prob man!
     
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    I have a problem with my tmpge also i have encoded lots of avi to svcd and vcd before in the past but now with a few im getting a illegal floating error and with some others ive encoded them but for some reason its encoded as a file other than a mpge which i have done the same thing like the others i have done and never had a problem.
     
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    ok i have everything already unmarked like in that forum i went to and the direct show was chaged to 2 before i even submitted anything to this . But still having the same problem with encoding a mpeg when its finished its just showing up in my folder a file unlike my others which show up as a video file.
     
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    did u try disabling use floating point likt on that thread?
     
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    Yes everything is disabled like its supposed to be.but thats not the problem anymore. Its when its enocdeing the mpg it acts like its encodeing but when its finishes i have a 600mb file instead of a vcd or svcd. the illegal floating error isnt a problem anymore.
     
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    Im stuck now, a 600mb mpg file?
     

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