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After burning audio is faster than video

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by qaa, Aug 14, 2005.

  1. qaa

    qaa Member

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    Thanks yall for the info =)......I'm going to try vso.....Bute ither way itll take long time on my 400 mhz computer ='(. Ill repost if the audio is still high pitched
     
  2. hursty

    hursty Active member

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    @cougar
    i heard you was a beta tester on vso's?
    any ideas why i get the black border on some avi's,when loaded into the app,it produces a little picture screen of the movie surrounded by a massive black border
    this has me totally stumped for months,only happens on vso's

    btw,if you want great quality,try the film machine (CCEengine),after a few technical hitches i had with an avi,this app is spot on when it comes to quality,even boosts the sound
     
  3. cougar_ii

    cougar_ii Regular member

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    Hi there,

    When you convert your videos with DivxToDVD, do you force it to 16:9 or is it set to Automatic ?

    I only saw the black blocks on both sites when I used a 4:3 video and forced it to 16:9

    Is this the case ?

    DivxToDVD may not be in the same league as CCE, but for my personal needs it does the job easily !

    But I appreciate your advice !
    Thank you !
     
  4. hursty

    hursty Active member

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    i always leave it on auto.......very strange

    btw, "the film machine" is an app on its own right,it just uses CCE'S engine

    regards hursty
     
  5. qaa

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    well...... the audio still kinda skips when music is playing on the dvd.....


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    high pitched sounds also are still there.....I think since my computers only 400 mhz.... I belive thats why the dvd is messing up when i burn froma avi file... WHat yall think????
     
  6. qaa

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    anyone know why audio skips and its faster than video?
     
  7. mikey_ray

    mikey_ray Guest

    u keep saying cause your cpu is 400 mhz(crying)
    well if you have 16xburners and great internet to w get the avi files
    just go to frys buy a motherboard cpu combo---for like 99dollars
    it will atleast bring you to the 1.8 mhz range----

    spend wisely my young jedi
     
  8. mikey_ray

    mikey_ray Guest

    also i use tmpgenc to convert my files to mpeg 2 then i use dvdmovie factory 3 to build the dvd--(ITS SIMPLE)
    and your audio is not converting because--(my thoughts)

    1: your cpu cant handle the excess of converting they recomend atleast a 700 mhz

    2: most divx or downloaded files and their accompanying codecs
    are different then ripping a movie yourself cause every one uses their own presets--- just keep trying new programs and learning
    try dvd2avi that takes dvd vob files and seperates the sound and video then put them in tmpgenc and sync em --just try things

    3: my best opinion 4 you---upgrade all first cpu,programs etc...
     
  9. qaa

    qaa Member

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    maybe your right....... But what programs do u guys use to convert avi\divx files to video_ts???? and how long does it take you guys averagely?
     
  10. mikey_ray

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    divx 2 avi------i use tmpgence average time 3 hrs 2.2 mhz cpu
    to build the dvd adobe encore 1.5

    but like divx2avi programs etc.. should only be about 1:30 to 2 hrs
    it varies --but 11 hours is rough----upgrade bro---collect cans something
     
  11. qaa

    qaa Member

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    how about u buy me a new 3.0ghz computer?


    not evevryone can afford god comps like that.i'm very grateful fo rwhat i got....betta than nothng ;-p
     
  12. mikey_ray

    mikey_ray Guest

    just saying if you have the option do it---

    it will hurt in the wallet for a lil while --but will pay off later

    stay up
     
  13. gear79

    gear79 Guest

    you keep mentioning that you are using memorex media.......... thats one of your other problems......... try some verbatim, fuji, tayio yuden, or maxell (made in japan dash media)....
    plus.... the avi file you say you have, i am assuming its a downloaded movie off the net from some shareware application.... always remember this........ the quality will only be as good as it was uploaded. i suggest looking on those sites for such files labeled as (dvd rip, divx, xvid, or dvd copy) to increase better results as well...... not that i ever download movies off the net ;-)
     
  14. Mort81

    Mort81 Senior member

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    Does everything sound and look ok when played on your pc from your hdd prior to burning to the disc. Also I would definately ditch the memorex discs. Read my sig and do a search on memorex media and look at all the bad reviews.
     
  15. CAGal

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    @ Hursty and any others of you with problems concerning black boxes/borders while using DivxToDVD.

    A new version has come out of DivxToDVD fixing a few of many bugs:

    Here is a list of the changes that have been made--but all to say those black borders should not be appearing if they are please contact VSO to let them know the bug still persists:


    DivxToDVD 1.99.14

    * Fixes:
    * add chapter insertion that could lead to wrong tree structure
    * Wrong format in time display in time controls
    * Wrong resizing of VCD/SVCD sources
    * Support of some audio AAC format that use to freeze the engine during conversion

    +Added:
    +Relative placement of subtitles (Bottom of STT in percentage of the
    total height)
    +Support for alternative code pages to load the srt files. this allow
    full support of cyrillic,hebrew,chinese,japanese,... etc
    +Setting to prevent automatic ejection of media at burn completion
     

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