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Help with DVDLab for a newbie

Discussion in 'Video to DVD' started by RonnaP, Mar 24, 2005.

  1. RonnaP

    RonnaP Member

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    I am trying out DVDLab but I've encountered a problem when I drag the video file into DVDLab it asks to demultiplex the file which I choose yes. Some files it works fine but others its not demultiplexing the entire file - why is this?? Also is this program resource heavy? It seems that after I have used it for just a few minutes my memory goes to nothing.
    Any help at all would be greatly appreciated :)
     
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    daemonzx6 Regular member

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    Have you tried demuxing with a different program before dragging them into DVDlab? You can do this with TMPGEnc, or something else. I use Xmuxer because it works with ac3 audio.
    As for the slowing down, what are your computer specs? My computer doesn't slow down when I use it.
     
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    Thanks for responding. My comp specs are P4 2.5ghz with 512 ram. I did some researching and downloaded a trial of TMPGEnc and I am trying it now. I'm still learning here ;) It's a bit more time consuming but I think I will like the end product better - thanks again
     
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    Make sure you are using the Demuxer in the MPEG Tools part of TMPGEnc, it shouldn't take too long.
     

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