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problems converting .avi file to mpg format using TMPGEnc

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by Robb30, Sep 15, 2003.

  1. Robb30

    Robb30 Member

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    problems converting .avi file to mpg format using TMPGEnc basically when i go to open the file in TMPGEnc it says file not supported. Was wondering if anyone knows how to solve this or a way around this maybe with another conversion program or something. thanks for help if any.
     
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    actually when i try to open the avi file it says illegal stream format. also for further info i have open the file with gspot and says the video is S-mpeg 4 version 3 and the audio is x0055(MP3) ID'd as MPEG-2 Layer 3
     
  3. Twanger

    Twanger Guest

    Same with me
     
  4. mrsheen03

    mrsheen03 Regular member

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    does this happend with all your avi's?
     
  5. agnesana

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    when i downlowded tmpgenc and i tried to open it it tells me that the file is invalid or corrupted anyone know how to fix this.
     
  6. RNF1968

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    In TMPGENC try moving the DIRECTSHOW plug-in to a higher priority of 1 or 2 instead of -1. This setting is under OPTIONS/ENVIRONMENTAL SETTINGS. This has worked for me in the past.
     
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    Does the original file actually play at all? If it does then the problem lies with the audio, and can be solved best by decompressing the audio OR using tooLame and SSRC with TMPGEnc!
     

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