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jack the grabber

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by dunryc, Dec 27, 2004.

  1. dunryc

    dunryc Member

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    hi i was wondering if any one could help ive just ripped a movie from a nokia dbox using jack the grabber the resultiing files are in the mpv and mp2 format. m i correct in assuning that one is audio and one video ? and if so does anyone have any information on jow i can convert these files to dvd ?

    any help in the form of urls or advice would be appreciated
     
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    Strange. I've often hear of M1V nd M2V but seldom of MPV. What happens if you simply rename MPV to M1V?
    Try to load the files with TMPGenc: the renamed MPV=M1V as 'video input'; the MP2 file as 'audio input'.
    This test can be done easily; the only drawback is that TMPGenc free only loads MPEG-1 files and not MPEG-2 files (but the trial version of TMPGenc Plus, which loads MPEG-2 files, works for 30 days. Do this test also with it to understand if MPV is = M1V or M2V!)
     

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