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Thread: yet another TMPGenc problem

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    I have tried to encolde 2 movies....and as you all know, it takes a very long time....anyway, half way through after many hours of encoding, the bloody thing says there is an error and stops it dead. Clearly this is pissing me off big style after 12 hours of encoding to get nothing out of it.

    I am using tmpgenc 3.0 express if that is any help.

    Funny thing too, it seems to take much longer to get there than the old tmpgenc too.

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    maybe there are 'bad frames' in the source your using. THere is a tool 2 check for those errors but I dont remember the name of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by {I}{K}{E}
    maybe there are 'bad frames' in the source your using. THere is a tool 2 check for those errors but I dont remember the name of it

    Erm...thanks for you help....I think....



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    do you have this with all your movies or just 1 ?

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    Just the last 2 I tried to encode....

    Spanglish and Xmen2

    I got them both months apart from different sources. I have only just started to clear out my hard drive and want to burn them and get them off.

    another little question whilst I have your attention Ike.....

    Can I burn say a couple of VCD's onto a DVD-R or do I have to recode them to DVD?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sara

    another little question whilst I have your attention Ike.....

    Can I burn say a couple of VCD's onto a DVD-R or do I have to recode them to DVD?
    thats possible, but only works if your DVD player supports it.

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    Well, it supports VCD.....

    I just wondered how it would be done...I guess I could risk a coaster or two

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sara
    Well, it supports VCD.....

    I just wondered how it would be done...I guess I could risk a coaster or two
    you can use a DVD-RW.

    just burn all the mpg's on 1 disk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sara
    I have tried to encolde 2 movies....and as you all know, it takes a very long time....anyway, half way through after many hours of encoding, the bloody thing says there is an error and stops it dead. Clearly this is pissing me off big style after 12 hours of encoding to get nothing out of it.

    I am using tmpgenc 3.0 express if that is any help.

    Funny thing too, it seems to take much longer to get there than the old tmpgenc too.
    I've been having the same problem with tmpgenc express recently. I think when it stops halfway through it has finished ananlysing and is about to start encoding.

    I think the audio is causing the problem, it seems all the ones i had trouble with were ac3. Using VirtualDub to extract the audio as .wav, then using the .wav as the audio source solved the problem for me.

    I use divfix to check for bad frames.

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    Ok...thanks for your help

    I will give it a go extracting the audio etc, and report back...just hope it isnt another 12 hours wasted...

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