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Problem with TMPGEnc in converting avi to dvd

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by crazy, Apr 27, 2004.

  1. crazy

    crazy Guest

    I am trying to convert an existing avi file to dvd using TMPGEnc program via your guide. But I keep getting the ssame error message, that it cannont open or is unsupportive.

    Is there a codec or something I need to get this working. IT the lastest version. Movie is Kill bill 2.
    I was able to convert it to Mpeg using another software, but I get the same message selecting this file aswell.

    This is my first time and I can't find anything in the forum. Sorry if I missed it

    Thanks
     
  2. zjmedia

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    Hi, maybe you can try a another software named WinAVI Video Converter http://www.winavi.com/video-converter.htm.In fact, it is a complete solution for video file converting and burning. It can convert avi to dvd in 60 minutes with stunning video quality。
    Good luck!
    Lily
     
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    Hi, maybe you can try a another software named WinAVI Video Converter http://www.winavi.com/video-converter.htm. In fact, it is a complete solution for video file converting and burning. It can convert AVI to dvd in 60 minutes with stunning video quality。
    Good luck!
    Lily
     
  4. jumpjet

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    I had exactly the same problem tonight, with the unsupported error. I found it to be a CODEC problem.

    I mostly use XviD now, but I have DivX 5 installed, which I assumed to be backwards compatable, but it didn't seem to be.

    I could watch the movie without any problems, but TMPGEnc didn't want to know.

    I ran the movie through GSPOT and though it rendered OK, it did say at the top right that I didn't have the DivX 3 codec installed. So I installed it, and that was that. TMPGEnc now has no problems with it.

    Good luck
     
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  5. jim_dandy

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    crazy check out your problem with this thread:http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/40101
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    I burnt a movie in VDC format (with nero), and when i saw it on my DVD palyer, the image was black-bule and white. the image when i played it on my computer was with full color.
    i did this with 2 different movies, and the same happened
    what am i doing wrong???
     
  7. lella

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    [bold]zjmedia[/bold]
    The free version of ur product is supposed to leave a watermark on the converted media files. What is it exactly?
     
  8. crazy

    crazy Guest

    The water mark is most likely the companies name , which will be in large letters going across the entire middle of the screen. Therefore if you like there program you will need to regeister it too use it. Buggers....lol
     

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