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Help with TMPGENC

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by DStrange, Oct 10, 2004.

  1. DStrange

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    I have a problem. Recently got 3 svcd's that were good quality. I wanted to put them back together and put them on a dvd. So I got the mpg files off.

    I took tmpgenc, and combined them. For some reason the audio was out of sync. So I said okay I'll just encode them to m2v and mp2 seperately and join them by adding them together in the tmpgenc dvd author.

    I had to re-encode it so that tmpgenc would accept it, but now that I've done that I cannot access the audio files that tmpgenc created. It's saying illegal format.
     
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    New problem with it :(

    I have all the files combined together. They play beautifully as an mpg. When I load it into TMPGENC to re-encode it to dvd standards TMPGENC only picks up the first Disc worth of information for the source range. What happens to the rest of the mpg?
     
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    Its 100% the audio. I have ripped out the audio and the video works perfectly.

    I have used tmpenc to try and rip out the audio and the following happens. When I try and add it in the audio with tmpgenc dvd author it says its not a Mpeg layer II audio or PCM (its layer II, I already re-encoded using TooLame/SSRC with tmpgenc).

    The other funny thing is if I click on the file in Windows it will says Explorer.exe has committed an era and is shutting down. It will crash that file window.

    Anyone know whats going on?
     
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    What are the details of this/these SVCDs that have no audio after encoding to MPEG-2 (DVD Compliant) ?
    If you dont know then a free small proggie called 'G-Spot' will tell you (can be found in software section here on aD)

    [bold]herb[/bold]
     
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    I've actually already ran the video/audio through the TMPGENC wizard to make it DVD Compliant so let me go ahead and put the info there. Using AVICodec.

    Video : 2.69 GB, 8000 Kbps, 29.970 fps, 720*480 (16:9), MPG1 = MPEG 1 (VCD), Supported

    Here is the original mpg file that has both audio and video in it at the moment. This is before conversion though.

    Video : 2.13 GB, 2144 Kbps, 29.970 fps, 480*480 (1.0:1), = Elecard MPEG2 Video, Supported
    Audio : 228 MB, 224 Kbps, 44100 Hz, 2 channels, 0x50 = Mpeg-1 audio Layer 1, Supported

    Whenever I run that file through, I get it divided into the m2v file (which runs perfect) and the mp2 file, which is the one that when I even click it crashes the windows file folder.

    The only thing I can think of is that I need a special codec for the MPEG 1 Layer 2 VBR Audio setting (normally I just use a wav, but was going for quality this time). Looking for one right now.
     
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    If I use lower end audio everything works fine :(

    No clue why, but I'll just use lower end.
     

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