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05-17-2003, 09:59 AM
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Does anyone know of an application that will read the offset of an mpeg2 stream. Dvd maestro will do it onec the stream has been analysed but I would like something that able to just open and display these properties.

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hi urban tec


i think that i have...but i'm in doubt.

i search in my progs and post!
searching....
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Does anyone know of an application that will read the offset of an mpeg2 stream. Dvd maestro will do it onec the stream has been analysed but I would like something that able to just open and display these properties.

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I haven't use it, but ReStream may help: http://shh.dvdboard.de/
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Thanks ovg64

That will do the job.
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Thanks ovg64

That will do the job.
thanks too ovg64.
really good.

"tec" friend, i don't find what i have in my progs but
seems that ovg64 send a good solution for us
and you don't need another one, right?

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05-18-2003, 12:58 PM
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@ ovg64..


yes, thanks also. I'm looking into ReStream for the AR feature. Testing
it out now on some encodes. I hope it does what I'm "whishing" for it to
do hehe..

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05-18-2003, 01:27 PM
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have u tried using DvDPatcher?
if so , did it do what u needed it to do?

i use it for aspect ratio's, and headers patching,,,for svcd to kdvd,
well at least, till dvdlab came out.

http://kickme.to/DvDPatcher


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05-18-2003, 01:34 PM
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ok,

So far, using restream seems to mess up the framerate speed. When I
open in WDVD, the speed goes from 29.970 to infinity, weather my clips are 29.970 or IVTC'ed. So, I'm not too sure about this little gizmo. Must
be a bug or something.. Anyways..

@ el_mero_zooter..
I'll try that other link you provided

Thanks for help all.
-vhelp
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05-18-2003, 01:56 PM
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hmm.. same symtoms. I must be doing something wrong in encodes or
in these apps. I'll play around some more (had nothing else better ta do)
Anyways.. thanks guys.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Jorel
seems that ovg64 send a good solution for us
and you don't need another one, right?
That's right Jorel it does what I wanted.

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have u tried using DvDPatcher?
Dvd patcher does not give offset information, thanks anyway.
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