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Problem about using TMPGEnc convert from AVI to MPG

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by jdash, Mar 5, 2004.

  1. jdash

    jdash Member

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    Hi,
    i got this AVI file and want to convert to MPG so i can burn on to dvd, but the problem is that after the convertion, the clip don't have any sound with it, and the time of MPG file is double what is suppose to be.

    Can anyone plz tell me why this is happening and how to fix it thx.
     
  2. pbailey

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    The first thing you should know is that the video that you've just reencoded is at most likely more than double the resolution of the original avi. This is all perfectly normal.

    Another thing is that tmpgenc makes a video stream, and an audio stream out of the original. You then need to muxify these two using a dvd author proggie of your choise, mine's dvd labs.

    It will merge them together whilst it's creating the dvd menus, structure etc.

    If you have any questions just ask.
     
  3. jdash

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    thx for replying
    but i've done this b4 with another AVI file, it transferred perfectly.
    so i don't really understand what's wrong with this one.
    You said to muxify, so do i do that afterward when i got the MPG file (with has double of the time of the original file)or to the AVI file.
    thx
     
  4. cryptdigr

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    Does this AVI file have AC3 sound? Even if iy doesn't you might want to separate the audio file from the AVI and then encode the video and burn together when finished. Just an idea.
     
  5. jdash

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    sorry i don't really know what's AC3, how to i check?
    and if i do want to seperate them, how do i put them together afterward?
    PS download DVD lab trying to make this whole things work :D
     
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    One more thing as far as the "demux" you two were talking about. Avidemux is also a helpful tool when dealing with almost any type of editing. Might be worth a look. Find it here :http://avidemux.sourceforge.net/
     
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    thx for helping
    i've downloaded both DVD lab and Gspot.
    With Gspot where do i check if there is any AC3in the AVI file i had a look at the audio section, but there isn't anything relate to it.
    Second can someone plz tell me the step of muxifying using DVD lab.
    Thank you
     
  9. cryptdigr

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    Right side of the GSpot window under Audio Stream.
     
  10. cryptdigr

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    Sorry, posted too soon. If AC3 isn't stated in that particular section then you probably don't have it. It must be showing something like MPEG-4 etc.
     
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    0x0055(MP3) ID'd as MPEG-1 Layer 3
    i got this under the audio name section
    192 kb/s (96/ch, stereo) CBR
    this at the bibrate section
    anyway thx for helping.
     
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    thx for helping
    but i'm kinda lost now.
    i'm downloading this program you gave me,
    but what exactly do i do with it?
    do i exact the audio out from my AVI file,
    if so afterwards, how to i put it back to together and convert to mpg file?
     
  14. cryptdigr

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    Sorry, there's so much software available for different things you're probably still spinning, huh??! Here's what you'll do ....
    Open VirtualDub/Click on file and choose new file
    Choose the video file you're working with. You should now see to small "black" windows. Click on streams/streams list. Another window opens and shows the audio stream/file associated with the AVI file in use. Double click on the file shown and then click on demux. Save the file to a known area. After this is finished, you can now use TMPGenc to convert. When you're ready to burn you will need to add the file that had been saved to the MPEG files being burned.
     
  15. cryptdigr

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    Look through the guides to be sure as far as the joining of the files, but I'm fairly certain I gave it straight.
     
  16. jdash

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    thx you for helping.
    i've demux and save the mp3 file.
    so let me get the next step.
    now that i have demuxed the file, i'll convert the AVI file to MPG.
    then when i'm going to convert the MPG to IFO to burn it on to the dvd i'll add the mp3 sound file on.

    2 Question
    1. When i convert the AVI to MPG it'll ask for the video and the audio file, what do i do with the audio
    2. how to i add the audio to MPG afterwards

    thank you
     
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    sorry i'm still kinda confuse
    so now i have the mp3 file of the AVI file.
    the problem is that i would need to insert a audio file if i want to convert AVI to MPG, but if i add in the original AVI file's audio i would have the problem that i'm talking about which is that the time of MPG file would be double of AVI file(about 118 min), so what do i then.

    And just to make sure, u when u said to add in the mp3 file into mpg file u meant to look at the section joining uncompress audio to compressed video right.

    PS i'm not sure why, but for example, if i use the the AVI i'm working on as video but instead of the original audio AVI file, i put in a different AVI file's audio, the time will be normal(which is about 59min)
     
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    thx for helping
    I've fixed the problem.
    it now work perfectly
     
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    Hi
    I have a "new" question . What ,if i have 2 avi´s with ac3 (the same avi in two parts) and whant to burn it into 1 DVD ? i can demux the ac3 sound and make the dvd with 1 avi .But i dont know how to do it with 2 .My dvd author has an option to insert the mpeg, the ac3 file and the subtitle file ,but i don´t know if it can separate the diferent ac3 and subtitles for the right avi file . Do i have to join the them before the demux?
     

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