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TMPGEnc not opening d2v files

Discussion in 'Video - Software discussion' started by Nifty, Jan 15, 2003.

  1. Nifty

    Nifty Member

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    Im using the new verson of TMPGEnc (2.59.47) that is supposed to have the VFAPI plugin installed. When I click the Video source box in the bottom of the main window (in TMPGEnc) and choose the d2v file created with DVD2AVI, I get the error message "File C:\DVD\ US Marshals\VTS_01.d2v" cannot open or unsupportable." Help would be greatly appreciated.

     
  2. Dela

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    Well I can't be sure that this will work but I'm sure you'd still like to hear anyway!

    Open TMPGEnc and click option - environmental settings. Click VFAPI Plug-in. First make sure that "DVD2AVI Project File Reader" is ticked. If so then maybe try making the priority higher by right clicking it and clicking "Higher Priority". This has worked for a lot of people complaing about this problem and it might work for you too.

    Let me know what happens ;-)
     
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    Thanks Dela, this is how I got it to work.
    I downloaded DVD2AVI V1.76 that had the VFAPI plugin installed, I found it here http://www.divx-digest.com/software/dvd2avi.html I then downloaded the latest copy of TMPGEnc 2.59, from here
    http://www.digital-digest.com/dvd/d...ds/tmpgenc.html
    I then extracted all the files of both programs to the same folder. You can check and see if the VFAPI plugin has been installed in DVD2AVI by clicking the help dropdown menu in DVD2AVI, there should be a checkmark to the left of VFAPI.
    For some reason the folder containing the files of both programs must be kept open while working with them if you close DVD2AVI and go to TMPGEnc it wont work.
    If you drag the icon of DVD2AVI to your desk top the checkmark disappears and it wont work, why, I dont know.
    There is more help at the following
    http://www.vcdhelp.com/forum/viewto...t=tmpgenc+vfapi
     
  4. Dela

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    Well its good you got it to work!
     

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