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Thread: Panasonic Mpeg1 Encoder Standalone

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    Lol anybody got this.

    Ive had massive problems trying to encode Xvid/AC3 films using TMPGenc and im led to believe this is the solution.

    Ive got the 2.21 version but it says it doesnt support my OS (windows XP )

    Anyone help us out?

    Ta

  2. Software & Hardware   -   #2
    Dont all rush to help

    Got it now anyways

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    m8 i hav the 2.51 if u want it ? ...but imo ist not as good as tmpg

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    Originally posted by CosmoK@21 May 2003 - 10:36
    m8 i hav the 2.51 if u want it ? ...but imo ist not as good as tmpg
    Thanks CosmoK but i have just got my hands on it...^ like i said

    TMPGEnc is what i use normally CosmoK but i cant get it to encode Xvid/Ac3 movies

    Thanks tho

  5. Software & Hardware   -   #5
    i Know u said u have it now but thought this link may be handy

    As Name suggests

    Tell me though have you guys tried canopus procoder

    it blows away tmpg it does on my pc any way

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    Originally posted by MasTeR@21 May 2003 - 23:19
    i Know u said u have it now but thought this link may be handy

    As Name suggests

    Tell me though have you guys tried canopus procoder

    it blows away tmpg it does on my pc any way
    Hey, thats nice link there MasTeR

    Cheers buddy :beerchug:

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    Originally posted by bronco+21 May 2003 - 15:54--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (bronco @ 21 May 2003 - 15:54)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin--CosmoK@21 May 2003 - 10:36
    m8 i hav the 2.51 if u want it ? ...but imo ist not as good as tmpg
    Thanks CosmoK but i have just got my hands on it...^ like i said

    TMPGEnc is what i use normally CosmoK but i cant get it to encode Xvid/Ac3 movies

    Thanks tho [/b][/quote]
    m8 a quick guide for xvid-ac3

    use tmpg 258 = vdub mod 1.5.1 = headac3he 023a

    1 open the movie with vdub>audio>direct stream copy>save wav.
    2 rename the wav to ac3.
    4 open headac3 select the ac3 u just renamed-select destination>press start
    5 open tmpg select the movie in video then that audio wav,in audio>load>choose what vcd u want to make (e.g pal.ntsc)choose the one which will match the framerate of ur movie
    6video tab choose quality (highest quality very slow).
    7 goto environmental settins>vfapi plugins>set directshow top the top of the list(solves a lot of issuse(
    8 start

  8. Software & Hardware   -   #8
    CosmoK
    m8 a quick guide for xvid-ac3

    use tmpg 258 = vdub mod 1.5.1 = headac3he 023a

    1 open the movie with vdub>audio>direct stream copy>save wav.
    2 rename the wav to ac3.
    4 open headac3 select the ac3 u just renamed-select destination>press start
    5 open tmpg select the movie in video then that audio wav,in audio>load>choose what vcd u want to make (e.g pal.ntsc)choose the one which will match the framerate of ur movie
    6video tab choose quality (highest quality very slow).
    7 goto environmental settins>vfapi plugins>set directshow top the top of the list(solves a lot of issuse(
    8 start
    Wow&#33;&#33; i can now encode these &#39;problem&#39; ac3/Xvid movies in TMPGEnc

    I did read something similer to this somewhere CosmoK but i never managed to get it to work.

    Cheers m8 :beerchug:

    Btw quick ? Whats best TMPGEnc or Panasonic Encoder for this?

    Reason i ask is because TMPGEnc takes about 1 hr to encode(standard settings) wheres Pan. takes 5-6 hrs

    ...so surely Pan is better yes??

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