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mpeg2 encodeing

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by SVCDwnaBe, May 24, 2003.

  1. SVCDwnaBe

    SVCDwnaBe Member

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    ok i have tryed tmpeg and every time do do a movie with it i get audio that sounde quite like the audio from "kung pow enter the fist" it starts off matching the mouth movements quite well but as the movie comes to an end it has been slowly getting worse, until the end when it is 3 or 4 min off.

    I followed the guide some one posted to the T and it just didnt work. I would greatly apreciate it if anyone could suggest something.

    also does anyone know if vcd eays allowes you to convert a video file to mpeg2

    Thanks in advance to the entire afterdawn community for any help you provide me

     
  2. Shoey

    Shoey Guest

    Why not use DVD2SVCD(MPEG2) using CCE (Cinema Craft Encoder)?
    DVD2SVCD:http://212.88.77.140/

    Shoey :)
     
  3. SVCDwnaBe

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    im a newb you have to be more spicific. i just need to know how to det my retarted files into mpeg2
     
  4. flearider

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    shoey.on the site you said your gonna get a honme cinima system try the dennon avr1803 with mission speakers wokes for me picked it up for £800 hard earned money
     
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    Increasingly growing audio sync problems are most likely due incorrect frame rate in your TMPGEnc settings for video.
     
  6. Shoey

    Shoey Guest

    Could you kindly locate the thread and post the link as to when I said this? I don't recall saying such a thing at all m8.

    Shoey :)
     
  7. SVCDwnaBe

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    when i encode with cce 2.5 and burn it it is shaky on my stand aolone, but it works fine on my desktop. help!
     
  8. flearider

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    sorry the link you used above ..thought it was your site. my apologise
     
  9. Shoey

    Shoey Guest

    It is recommended to burn any type of video [bold] no [/bold] faster than 8x. Many home dvd players and dvd-roms can't read video burned at high speeds resulting in playback problems. Try burning at 4x if your burner will allow you to.
    Did you create bin& cue format?

    Shoey
     
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    I just tryed burning it at a lower speed (4x) and i still have the same proplem i had at 48x. it shakes!!! so i guess that isnt the issue here.. help plese.
     
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    no it didnt shake when i played it on my box, only on my standalone... well i guess ill try your sites. tanks and I will post of my sucess or non sucees soon.
     

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