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Discussion in 'DVDR' started by hlr429, Oct 26, 2004.

  1. hlr429

    hlr429 Member

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    is there no one with an answer to this problem
     
  2. Mort81

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    what is the problem?
     
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    More fibre, I'm sure of it.
     
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    here is the problem, as i posted before. i am trying to re-encode a movie using tmpgenc, but after waiting for hours, i find out that it did not encode the entire movie. i have tried to set the source range to the end of the movie, but when i re-encode it again, it does the same thing, stops movie at the 4.7GB limit. and suggestions
     
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    Theres actually only aprox. 4.38 GB on a dvd-5. Other than that I don't know all the details.
     
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    well the bottom line is, when i try to re-encode, and set the source range, it never encodes to the set end of the movie. i seems to stop about 5 to 10 minute short of the end, and the birate is at 100%
     

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