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Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by tqualls, Jul 10, 2003.

  1. tqualls

    tqualls Member

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    I've been trying to convert my avi files, and burn them to cd's for days, no matter what I do I end up at a dead end. Perhaps, someone here could help me out I would greatly appreciate it!!

    I have the TMPGEnc and I also have nero....now when I try to convert them with TMPGEnc it tells me their not supported, yet when I run them in an avimedic it tells me the files are fine, I can play them on most players too. Then when I try to use nero it says it's doing something, then 2 minutes later it says it's done, yet nothing was converted or burned. What am I doing wrong??

    Any advise would be truly appreciated!

    Thank you,

    Tina
     
  2. Dela

    Dela Administrator Staff Member

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    Ok to open them in TMPGEnc, first decomporess the audio. Open virtualdub and do the following

    1. Click video - direct stream copy
    2. Click audio - full Processing mode
    3. click audio - compression, select no compression pcm and click ok
    4. click file - save as avi

    The avi saved will be bigger but is more likely to work with TMPGEnc!
     
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    Thanks for your help, however, my files won't even open up in VirtualDub. It gives me some kind of error. Yet, I'm able to play them, so I know that their good.
     
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    Ok sounds like u require a proper codec, download gspot from the software section of this site and check the file
     
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    I have GSpot, I'm not exactly sure how to use it, but I believe that the file is ok, it says under both video, and audio that there are two compatable codecs installed
     
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    Ok so what kind of error does VirtualDUB give then?
     
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    OK it says....

    Couldn't locate decompressor for format 'MP43' (Microsoft High-Speed MPEG-4 V3)

    VirtualDub requiresa video for Windows (vfw) compatible codec to decompress video. Directshow codecs, such as those used by Windows Media Player, are not suitable.
     
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    Search for the WMP 8.0 codec Pack and/or WMP 9.0 codec Pack and that should do it!!!
     
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    Thank you so very much for your help!!! After I did what you said, it worked in VirtualDub, and now it's working in TMPGEnc. I'm extremely happy to have finally gotten somewhere, you have saved me a thousand more headaches!! Thanks again!
     
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    lol no problem man :) take care!
     

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