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Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by keepya, Sep 18, 2002.

  1. keepya

    keepya Member

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    I have recently ripped a dvd. When i encoded it back as an mpeg in order to make a VCD, the Mpeg had no sound, i had done everything correct using DVD2AVI and the .WAV was fine, but when I encoded them using TMPGenc, there was no sound.
     
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    I installed toolame and when i hit the start button it told me there was a stream error, could it possibly have something to do with DVD2AVI's wav? Is there an alternative to DVD2AVI?
    Thanx 4 your reply.
     
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    Are you downmixing from 48khz to 44.1 khz ?

    Also, if you would rather create SVCD's instead of VCD's (higher quality but takes longer), then I suggest you use DVD2SVCD instead of trying to do everything manually.

    http://www.afterdawn.com/articles

    Go there and follow the guide for DVD2SVCD, it also has links for downloading the software

    Good Luck..
     

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