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Problem with Tmpgenc when using Xvid's

Discussion in 'DivX / XviD' started by davisond, Nov 21, 2003.

  1. davisond

    davisond Guest

    I have a couple of Xvid films that won't
    convert through Tmpgenc, some of my Xvids will work and some wont. I can get through all the procedures but when it comes to the final convertion the program just freezes!
    I have checked the properties of the Xvid's
    that wont work and in the Summary part the only difference I can see is that the Audio on the ones that will work have Audio format as MPEG Layer-3, and the the ones that wont work dont seem to have any Audio format?

    Can anyone help!!!
     
  2. powerdup

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    Load the problematic xvids into gspot to find out what kind of audio stream they have.
     
  3. davisond

    davisond Guest

    After putting the troubled Xvid through G-Spot
    I have found that the Audio Codec's are AC3.
    Also it states that there are a number of compatible codecs installed ,the list is as follows.

    AC3Filter
    Moonlight Odio Dekoda
    AC3 from AVI XForm
    Cyberlink Audio Decoder


    What should I do next?

    Dom.
     
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  5. davisond

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    I have just downloaded another AC3 Codec and everything seems fine now apart from when I watch my DVD's they seem to stutter slightly.
    When Tmpgenc is converting I've noticed that when the seconds count down they seem to go in this formation i.e.

    1:30,1:29,1:27,1:26,1:24 etc.

    Could this be the reason why and if so do you know of any idea's to stop this happening.

    Cheers.

    Dom.
     
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    The seconds counting down like that is normal.

    You really only need one ac3 codec. The ac3filter works well with most people.
     
  7. tspbc

    tspbc Guest

    just go to OPTIONS -> ENVIRONMENTAL SETTINGS -> VFAPI PLUG-IN and raise DirectShow Multimedia File Reader priority to 2. It should work. Worked for me! No more unsupported files!
     

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