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tmpgenc says file is to large

Discussion in 'DivX / XviD' started by m6a, Oct 17, 2004.

  1. m6a

    m6a Member

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    i am trying to convert a .AVI(xvid) file that is 1hr and 55mins long to mpeg2 so i can burn it to dvdr. when i get to the page where i can adjust the bitrate so the file will fit on the 4.7G disk it tells me the file is to large. i got an error that said:
    the movie is to long to output
    the file cannot exceed 3hrs(180min) if audio format is linear PCM.(the file is only 1.55hr.)

    what have i done wrong? i have had this problem before and cant figure it out. the audio is mpeg 3(mp3).

    thanks in advance. i am really frustrated with this crap.:confused:

    if i dont reply to any messages today i will tommorow.
     
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    Try using NeroVision Express
     
  3. m6a

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    i figured it out. the audio is a vriable bitrate(VBR) i converted the audio with virtualubmod =)
     
  4. acbm3

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    Fisrstly forgive me if i have put my msg in the wrong section but i am new and i'm sure ill be pointed in the right direction

    Can anyone please help me I'm Putting my films on dvd from my harddrivfe and most record fine yet a few say the file is to big.

    I have reduced the bitrate from 384 which then lets me record but the result is no sound

    Thanks in advance
     
  5. m6a

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    if you want to ask a question and cant find your answer in the forum by reading other peoples questions and posts then create a new thread. although i dont mind helping you as best i can. if your files have already been converted to to dvd format(mpeg 2) and authored and are still to big then use "DVDshrink". there is a tutorial on this program in the guides section of this forum as well as guides to other things such as converting .avi files to dvd.
     
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    Thanks so much for replying but the file is to large b4 it has been converted with Tmpgenc not after.
     
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    try using virtualdub mod to compress the audio. it is probably VBR audio and needs to be CBR.
     
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    Will try virtual dub and let you know thanks
     

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