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rmvb convert problem....

Discussion in 'Other video questions' started by {TKO}, Sep 6, 2004.

  1. {TKO}

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    tmpgenc will not re-encode an rmvb file i have....do i need a codec or another software to re-encode?.....thanx in advacne for the help
     
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    1. Use something like Realaudio-to-Wav Recorder to encode the Real Audio to WAV (PCM/16bit/44.1kHz).

    http://www.geocities.com/rawavrecorder/

    2. Now use TMPGEnc:

    First close wizard, then load in a Template (use Load button - right corner). Choose one that's best for your video - NTSC (29.97 fps), NTSCFilm (23.976 fps) or PAL (25 fps)

    Video source: should be - original RMVB file
    Audio source: should be - the WAV file that was created.

    START to encode.

     
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    why does this work?...what's the original problem?.....it's not that i don't believe you i just like to know the specifics....for learning purposes
     
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    btw......it worked....thank you very much...i'm guessing that means it is the audio that's the problem......please tell me why.....thanx in advance
     
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    also...since you see mto know your shhhhtuff......tmpenc has the tendency of cutting off the edges of wide screen video....how can i remedy that?
     
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    1 - your first query --- The reason it would not work is like you said an audio problem cause TPMGenc does not support Real Media Variable Bitrate (RMVB)it contains RV9 (Real Video 9 video) and RA (Real Audio).

    2 - your second query -- can be fixed if you click setting, click the advanced tab and change Video Arrange Method to "Full Screen (Keep Aspect Ratio)".

    Regards.
     
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    you are the man...thanx
     
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    Glad i could help ! Happy Burnin'
     

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