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trying to burn SVCD with nero

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by s2424, Nov 26, 2003.

  1. s2424

    s2424 Member

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    I tryed to burn SVCD with nero 6, and i couldnt... the follwing msg appears:

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    The file C:\xxxx.mpg is not a valid file for creating a standard super video CD disc.
    A compliant video file requires the following specifications:

    MPEG-2 which was encoded for super video CD:
    audio: 44.1 kHz MPEG-1/2, layer 2;
    stereo/dual-channel/multi-channel
    video: 480x480 at 29.97 Hz or 480x576 at 25 Hz

    The following problems were found:

    - stream encoding which is invalid for a [super] video cd

    How would you like to continue ?

    turn off standard compliance and continue

    Re-encode the video file (unsupported file format)

    Cancel

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    I tried encode with templates of TMPGEnc wizard can't open file error: "can not open, or unsupported" what i'm gonna to do?

    HELP !!
     
  2. Manngo

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    If I have understand well, U have a *.mpg file? Can U play it on your comp?
     
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    Manngo

    Yes, i've a *.mpg file
    and i cant play it in computer.

    I downloaded from e-donkey, LOTR in SVCD, and i used winiso to open it, (cause it was at bin file). And then, i tryed to burn it at nero using svcd.
     
  4. Dela

    Dela Administrator Staff Member

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    If it was a bin/cue image, you are supposed to burn is as an image - In nero 6, click recorder - burn image and in older versions click file - burn image (i think) then search for the cue file!
     
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    I cant do that...

    cause, i want to add subtitles...
    and well, i did that 2...
    and now, the file size is 702 mb, i splited
    and then i tryed to burn... not luck :/

    So, i thought may be was subtitles, and then i tryed with original file (700 mb) and same error...

    So, i think i need 2 do something to re encoding or i dont know!!!!

    Any idea?
     
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    Try this

    1. Get TMPGEnc.
    2. Click file - Mpeg Tools.
    3. Click Multiplex Tab.
    4. Click browse beside Video Source and locate the file u extracted, that should automatically load the audio source aswell.
    5. Make sure the output filename is different from the input.
    6. Change Video of Type to MPEG-2 Super VideoCD.
    7. Click Run

    Now you can try the file you get with nero but I have to say, you'd be better off using VCDEasy, its far better for SVCD IMO and u can get it free!
     
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    Dela,

    I still have problems.

    Well, i tryed that u said about TMPGEnc
    when i go to multiplex, it dont let me add the file... i dunno why, is just, when i click in ok, the list is still empty...

    so, i skiped that step, and i went to VCDEasy, and when i try to add file, it told me that i need to multiplex my mpeg.

    Do u know another program to do that? (multiplex)
     
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    info added: when i try to do single multiplex for example, it's say me: Illegal MPEG video stream.
     
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    BBmpeg is a good multiplexing program. try it.
     
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    Manngo

    thx, i tryed it recently, but it dont let me open it :(... say: "couldnt open xxxx.mpg".
     
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    Any other program ?

    O have i convert SVCD to divx and then convert divx to SVCD ????????

    plsssss any idea? :(
     
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    Let me get this straight, the file u got, was it AVSEQ01.MPG??

    If so...

    Download VCDEasy, click tools and click Mpeg tools, then at the end of the program u should see CDXA2MPEG. In the dat field, load in the AVSEQ01.MPG file that u extracted, and in the mpg field, choose somewhere to save the mpeg file and then click convert.

    This will remove riff headers from the file. I suggest you burn it with VCDEasy but u can also try the method i mentioned with TMPGEnc!
     
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    error:

    unknown chunk id [] encountered (the file isnt MPEG with header RIFF [file .dat])

    :(

    and i cant burn with VCDEasy, cause, 1 - need to register it for files bigger than 400 mb
    2 - it's say me that i need multiplex the file 1st...
     
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    @Dela

    AVESEQ01 is multiplexed, if created by dvd2svcd. Is it possible, that sound format is illegal? eg. mpeg5.1 for SVCD?
     
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    Manngo

    When i burn original .BIN with Nero, i can watch the movie without problem... (but obviously without subtitles)

    buut !, when i descompress the .bin, using winISO, and then, try to burn same directory structure, it dont let me, cause appears the error that i said (stream encoding which is invalid for a [super] video cd)

    too weird isnt ?, why do i did that? cause, i want the mpg for add subtitles... and later, burn into cd with subtitles. I tried to convert to BIN and ISO, but not luck... same error...

    Can u understand me? sorry for my poor english.

    When i watch the original bin burned at tv, i see that is in widescreen, i think it's at 16:9, sounds weird for me, i mean... NSTC and PAL isnt that ratio. So, im very confused about wich format/encode that it SVCD has.
     
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    Well I think there can be something with the decompress process. PLS try daemon tools and try the mpg file with that.
     
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    When you were adding the subtitles, did you like make a full re-encode of the movie? if so, what did you use to make the re-encode? and it will annoy you to know u can add selective subtitles to SVCD! lol
     
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    Manngo, thats right, that was the error.

    i dont recomend use winISO to descompress the bin file (when there's a SVCD inside)
    i strongly recommend to do that with ISObuster, and if u wanna see if u descompress it right, watch it in the computer using winDVD (note: if u'll add subtitles, u wont see them using winDVD, u've to try that at TV).

    Dela, dont worry anymore!!!

    i found the error, it was cause i used winiso to "descompress" the .BIN, so i descompress with ISObuster, and it's working now, i added subtitles without problems, at 29,97 fps.

    thanks a lot 4 yr time and preocupation. :) :)
     

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