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Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by CRAZYmack, Feb 20, 2003.

  1. CRAZYmack

    CRAZYmack Guest

    If i've got two parts of a video and one follows directly after the other but they aren't in one file, do i have to merge them or can i just put them both in on nero to make a VCD and leave the gap between each play to 0 seconds? would that work or not?
     
  2. FIXIT

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    It will work, but there will be a pause between the two files you cant get rid of this, are the files mpeg? if they are they can be merged with dvtool
     
  3. CRAZYmack

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    Yes, the files are mpegs, except when i use DV tool to split and then merge files, one of them has no video stream, or at least thats what TMPgenc says, and when i try and play one of them it doesn't play on windows media player it just stays on the first frame.
     
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    2 questions why are you splitting the files first if you only have 2 files to merge together, what version of dvtool are you using?
    you could merge the files with tmpgenc but it tends to scre the compliance up for nero
     

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