Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by koola, Nov 15, 2003.
I too am having this problem and have no idea how to rectify... was there a resolution? thankls
I got a question hopefully someone can help me with this..., I convert .AVI files with DivxToDVD, they work fine on regular DVD players or MSIDVD on a PC, but when I try to play them on media player clasic , or windows media player, They won't play?, Original DVD's will play but not the conversions, Does it have something to do with a setting or the DVD's I'm using ?, And what's the difference between DVD-R & DVD+R ?, Thanks for any help anyone can give me !
Convert it using DivxToDvd, then use Dvd Shrink to back it up making it into an (.ISO)
I been using convertx to dvd for a while with no problems.. I burn movies onto dvds with no problems.. I got a movie the other day in .avi and usually it takes 1 hour to convert. Well this time it said 5 hours. Well I let it go took forever to DL. So I let it go over night next day still says 5 hours its 17%converted . I dont understand the problem. it plays fine on my vlc player. Any suggestions??
A lot of people are using convertx to dvd.It isn't free so you could try this software. Its the predessor to convertx to dvd.
I would give the serial key to convertx to dvd as I have the unlocked version,but I don't know If Im allowed to put it on here.
Of course not, plus email removed
Lol, "get a clue" comes to mind.
alright guys and gals, can someone tell me which one of these programs is Multi-Threaded?
or what programs/codecs I need to quickly convert my Xvid files to DVD?
Doesn't have to be free.
does anyone have a reg code for super dvd creator?
here you go - http://www.super-dvd-creator.com-http.com/
I'm trying to burn a DivX avi to a dvd and having real trouble. It had VBR mp3 audio so I used VirtualDubMod to save the audio as an uncompressed wav, it came out the same length as the original avi.
I frameserved the video to CCE 2.66SP via Eclcce, using the following simple avisynth script.
Seems to encode no problem but while the audio comes out as an mpa the proper length, the video stream winds up 4 minutes short throwing my audio way out of sync. The entire video stream does encode I'm not missing footage off the end.
The original avi was Progresive 23.97, I tried using the pulldown in CCE and tried without adding pulldown afterwords with a couple of tools.
I'm probably missing something obvious did my best to follow the settings in the guide at the beginning of this thread, but I might have messed up. If anyone has a suggestion it would be appreciated.
I don't know why everybody think over when the answer
is simple, the best convertor is PowerISO 3.5
you can download it here and solve all your problems!!
hey i got poweriso 3.8 but not sure how to use it, do you know where i can get a guide or tips on it? of course i wanna start off buy putting my avi to dvd.
Edit: wrong thread
Edit: double post
I would recommend VideoCharge. I've been using it for about 1 year and I'm completely satisfied with it. No problem with converting DVD to AVI! More information about this program you can find at videocharge.com
just a quick note to announce the ConvertXtoDVD 3 RC1 is available on the vso software forum
This version has a lot of new features, such animated DVD menu, and optimization for Quad and Dual-core CPU, also a new Quality Advisor wizard.
i discovered a preety cool new site providing detailed guides on the topic
looks like it's on the works
check it out!
I've been using tmpgenc to convert AVI files to MPEG successfully. But recently i encounter error when converting AVI file. I did the same procedure, but there is an error message that say "cannot open, or unsupported." what could be the problem?
The file information:
bit rate : 127 kbps
audio format : lame mp3
frame rate : 23 frames/sec
data rate : 139 kbps
video sample size : 24 bit
video compression : DivX
Any help here: http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/40101
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