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Mpeg-1 to a dvd-r

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by flyersman, Mar 17, 2005.

  1. flyersman

    flyersman Regular member

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    Ihave a movie. Its a mpeg1. Does anyone know how to burn this to a dvd-r, If i have to convert it how do i do it because when i play it it say its 18 min and 20 seconds long but when it gets to that it keepes playing till the end which is like an hour. SO CAN ANYONE HELP.
     
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    anyone no
     
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    have you tried TMPGEnc?
     
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    I have that but im not sure how to wrok it.
     
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    have you tried the guides here? Theres a bunch, and many of them have steps of converting video files to dvd
     
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    I followed the guide and when i get to environmental settings it doesnt have the external tool tab it has the aufio engine tab. There lke the same so when i select toolame under Mpeg-1 audio layer 2 encoder
    and ssrc under sample frewuencey vonverter and then press start it says ssrc.exe cannot be used as an external encoder. Does anyone no what to do.
     
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    does anyone know
     
  9. Mick69

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    in that guide the author is using an older version of tmpgenc, thats why the screen caps look a bit different.

    this is how it should look:. http://img67.exs.cx/img67/7913/tmpgenc0rp.jpg (image was too big to post here)

    if youve set it up like that then your good to go.
     
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    yea mine was like that but when i clciked start it sasi ssrc cannont be used as an external encoder. Can you help me wit dat
     
  11. Mick69

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    you'll only get that error message if your setting ssrc.exe as the external mpeg-1 audio layer II encoder(i just tested it then).

    set toolame.exe as the mpeg-1 audio layer II encoder and set ssrc.exe as the sampling frequency convertor just like it shows you in my screen cap.
     
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    i did that i still get the message
     
  13. Mick69

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    ok well its all good my end....as i said i only get that error when i set ssrc.exe as the external mp2 encoder....so im at a loss on that one.

    anyways instead of trying to figure out the problem, just use another audio converter like mpeg2vcr:. http://www.afterdawn.com/software/video_software/video_tools/mpeg2vcr.cfm

    this guide will tell you how to convert 44.1khz vcd audio to 48khz dvd audio(read step 2 pt.2):. http://www.afterdawn.com/guides/archive/svcd_to_dvdr_from_img.cfm

    any probs, you know where to ask ;)
     
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    how do i get the psn number
     
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    check your PMs
     
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    no worries

    again, any probs just ask
     
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    how do i get to the audio encoder screen
     
  19. Mick69

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    ok here we go, step by step with screen caps:.
    1. goto file and open your mpeg

    2. then goto save http://img183.exs.cx/img183/9994/mpeg2vcr16at.jpg

    3. now click on the audio tab http://img195.exs.cx/img195/1980/mpeg2vcr21hk.jpg

    4. for 'sample rate' set it to 48.0khz and for 'bitrate' set it to 384kbps and leave layer set as 'II' then press ok. http://img195.exs.cx/img195/3084/mpeg2vcr37xt.jpg

    5. now give your output file a name and make sure that 'MPEG-1 system stream(audio + video multiplexed)' is selected and then click save. http://img141.exs.cx/img141/2494/mpeg2vcr43cv.jpg

    after its done converting you'll have a mpeg-1 video file ready to be authored and burnt to dvd.
     
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    Thanks for the help. How do i burn it though because i cant find any programs that burn mpegs
     

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