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unsurpported audio in tmpgenc

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by sevns8, Feb 10, 2003.

  1. sevns8

    sevns8 Guest

    hi guys
    canyou help me i been downing films off kazza with great sucess.running them through virtual dub and then tmpgenc and burning with nero.but now i need help one movie is not supported by tmpgenc the filr info on this film off v/dub is as follows
    decompressor -xvid mpeg4 codec
    sampling rate-4800 hz
    channels 2
    compression unkown tag 2000
    it does go through virtual dub but not tmpgenc.
     
  2. Dela

    Dela Administrator Staff Member

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    Does this file have an ac3 audio track??
     
  3. sevns8

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    how do i find out?
     
  4. Dela

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    Well it probably doesnt because virtualdub probably wouldnt have been able to tell you anything about the file at all! Well, tell me one thing, does it play in windows media player??
     
  5. sevns8

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    yes it does also i tryed converting with nero it put it upside down???
     
  6. Dela

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    So you tried to uncompress the audio in virtualdub or did you try to frameserve from virtualdub???
     
  7. sevns8

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    what i did was
    open video
    click audio,full processing mode
    click audio, conversion,select 44100 high qaultiy 16 bit stereo
    click video,direct stream copy
    save as avi
     
  8. Dela

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    No No No, try this

    Audio - full processing mode
    Audio - compression - no compression pcm
    video - direct stream copy
    file - save avi!
     
  9. sevns8

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    tryed that and got the following error
    the requested audio compression is not compatible with the input format
    check that the sampling rate and channel count of the input match those of the requested format
     
  10. Dela

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    Oh great!! I think there are other ways around that. One thing to try and sorry if you already read this somewhere else but in TMPGEnc, click option - environmental settings. click the "vfapi plug-in" tab and look at the list for directshow. when you find it right click and give it a higher priority until its top of the list. Now try open the file~!
     
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    I have been having the same problem, I'm sure with the same file. I have done everything listed above and it now gets 11% into encoding and suddenly crashes giving the message "integer divide by zero" Any additional assistance would be greatly appreciated.
     
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    Thats odd, well its obviosly the file. Does it stick when you watch it or anything!
     
  13. sevns8

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    no it does not stick
    and why did nero mpeg it but upside down?
    there was sound and good picture but upside down.
    is there another mpeg prog. i could try?
     
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    Try the panasonic mpeg-1 encoder or something! There are a few encoders you can try like avi2vcd aswell!
     
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    now when i use nero and pop the cvd into my dvd player, i have excellent video but the audio is about 3 seconds off, i'm about to pull my hair out
     
  16. vixnfox

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    Hi, the 2000 tag is indeed Dolby Digital AC3 audio. There is a VirtualDub kludge( isnt there always) called VirtualDub Ac3 . Open the AVI, select Direct Stream Copy and when you select save WAV you will see 2 options, WAV or AC3 audio. Select Ac3 ( ie, MyMovie.ac3). Now you can converts this to a PCM wav file using Px3 Ac3 converter or any one of a number of utilities. PX3 will also Normalise and/or boost your audio at the same time. I have used both of these for dolby DivXs and they work just fine.
    www.digital-digest.com/dvd/downloads/virtualdub.html
     
  17. sevns8

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    hi vixnfox
    i dont follow you could you please talk me through it.
     
  18. vixnfox

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    Get a copy of virtualdub AC3 from here....
    Download the VirtualDub Pack (its the past one on the list I think)cos it has a couple of other useful Vbdub mods in it.
    http:// www.digital-digest.com/dvd/downloads/virtualdub.html
    Get a copy of Px3 ac3>WAV converter from here...
    http://www.digital-digest.com/dvd/downloads/ac3towav.html

    Put the VDUB AC3.exe in yr VDUB directory where the others live. Run the VirtualDub Ac3.exe and open yr AVI as normal. Select Audio->direct stream copy, then File->Save AS, and you will see file types .wav, .ac3, save as <name>.ac3
    Now run Px3 converter and load the .ac3 file, select yr save directory and optionally check Normalise(good Idea) and amplify if you want. Click convert.... VOILA a nice big WAV. Then you can either save a direct stream copy (no audio) of yr avi video, or simply use the original .avi. Open TMPGenc and select the original avi or yr saved video as video source, then yr .wav file as the audio source. Proceed as u want with settings and let 'er rip!!!
    Hope this helps
    VixnFox
     
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  20. sevns8

    sevns8 Guest

    sucess at last
    can i thank both of you for your help
    i cant thank you enough
     

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