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Serious issues with TMPGEnc

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by blue00, Dec 28, 2002.

  1. blue00

    blue00 Member

    Dec 28, 2002
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    Hi people,

    i copied a lot of DVD-5 and DVD-9 movies without problems. So far i was lucky and the DVD-9 movies fitted perfectly on my DVD-R Discs after removing the extras. Now i came across to some movies that are bigger then the DVD-R Discs i have. Even "Kiss Of The Dragon" a 94 minute movie needs more space.

    I now have the .m2v and the .ac3 file on my disk. I need to reencode
    the m2v to lower quality, and i want to use TMPGEnc for that task.
    I reencoded with rempeg my last movie but Spruceup had some audio sync
    problems. I dunno why plus i heard TMPGEnc was better for that job.

    The problem with TMPGEnc i have is, that it doesnt recognize all the frames the movie has. Therefore it doesnt encode the whole movie.
    Since i have a lot of codecs installed i thought about deinstalling
    most of them and deinstalled the nimo codec pack. After doing that,
    TMPGEnc wouldnt recognize m2v files. It said, it doesnt support them
    for any reason. Even tho Power DVD is still installed on my system, i thought it used the codec of Power DVD. I reinstalled both TMPGEnc and Power DVD but no help. I even downloaded the m2v.vfp and placed into my
    TMPGEnc directory but TMPGEnc freezed whenever i wanted to open the m2v.
    I reinstalled the nimo codec pack again but same problem. I wouldnt recognize the whole movie. heh What should i do know, does anybody have
    a clue?
  2. hundrakg

    hundrakg Guest

    use CCE 2.50 and your world would be much more easier.....

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