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    i am trying to change my movies to mpg my dvd player will only play mpg or mgeg files off a cdr and i have over 300 movies i saved to cdr but they wont play on my dvd unless i change and i really need to change them so my kids can watch them please please some help any help is needed


    sincerly mama kitty

  2. Movies & TV   -   #2
    TMPGenc or Nero.
    TMPGenc

  3. Movies & TV   -   #3
    i have that but i really dont know how to use it could anyone go step by step and tell me how to do it and where to go in there

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    Originally posted by mykittynot4u@14 September 2003 - 07:09
    i have that but i really dont know how to use it could anyone go step by step and tell me how to do it and where to go in there
    anything you ever wanted to know about burnning anything

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    tmpgenc and nero use the wizards they are easy

    if you have tried tmpgenc your mpg wont have any sound thats because you need to decompress the audio first search for a decompressor on the link that muscle man gave you

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    Originally posted by davt100@14 September 2003 - 20:36
    tmpgenc and nero use the wizards they are easy

    if you have tried tmpgenc your mpg wont have any sound thats because you need to decompress the audio first search for a decompressor on the link that muscle man gave you
    tmpgenc is better encoder

  7. Movies & TV   -   #7
    TMPGEnc is the better encoder than Nero, but for best results, strip the audio to a seperate wav from the avi first with Virtual Dub. This saves on any sound sync problems.

    You can then select in TMPGEnc to encode the video file from the avi together with the wav you just made.

  8. Movies & TV   -   #8
    I always use Dvd2svcd combined with the Cinema Craaft Encoder and I always get great results. I suggest you'd go to Doom9. Here you can read all about converting avi to mpeg. They have some great guides. Give it a try...

    Greetz, D!mensio_x.

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    use main concept

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