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Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by date, Sep 30, 2004.

  1. date

    date Guest

    Hi, I have a film which is in 2 part, they called X1.bin & x2.bin, i can watch part 1 but not part 2, they are SVCD, any idea ?can i convert them to another format which is possible to se the hole fim?
  2. aldaco12

    aldaco12 Active member

    Nov 6, 2002
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    First of all, if the movie is very long, it's usually splitted in two CDs.
    I hobe that part2 is not corrupt (or you're done).

    Second, each SVCD image has this form:

    - EXT
    .....-- SCANDATA.DAT
    - MPEG2
    - SVCD
    .....-- ENTRIES.SVD
    .....-- INFO.SVD
    .....-- LOT.SVD
    .....-- PSD.SVD
    .....-- SEARCH.SVD
    .....-- TRACKS.SVD

    The movie is AVSEQ01.MPG, but it's a 'riped riff file', not a MPEG-2. First of all, you must convert AVSEQ01.MPG into a true MPEG, e.g. Video.MPG.
    I use VCDEasy (sorry, I don't know VCDGear because I own a registered version of VCDEasy, maybe also VCDGear does it). By the way, with VCDEasy-->Tools--->MPEG Tools --> CDxa2mpeg you convert it. Do this twice calling the 2 movies e.g. CD1.MPG and CD2.MPG.
    After that, if you want to see the whole movie on the PC (I don't think a single CD can contain the joined movie unless you try to convert it into a VCD and the movie is less than 80') you can join the files with TMPGenc-->MPEG Tools-->MERGE & CUT joining (press 'Add' twice) the 2 files and chosing as 'type' MPEG-2 Super VideoCD (VBR).
    Choose the destination and the name of the output pressing 'Browse' the press 'Run'.

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    Last edited: Oct 1, 2004

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