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02-15-2003, 12:40 PM
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I'm sorry to start a new topic, but this problem looks so strange I've no idea what to search for in existing topics!

I've used for some time TMPGenc together with ACP and everything seemed to work, at last. Now I'm starting to do some serious encode, and the following things happen:

- the movie I want to encode (Monsters Inc.) is 132476 frames long (88 minutes), but when TMPGenc starts encoding, it believes the frames are 349914, and after the end is reached it continues the encoding (with dark frames)!

- the last encodings not affected by this problem had another one: I plaied the SVCD in my player and everything seemed OK ... until I reached 67 minutes (39 the following time): suddendly the video got jerking (if playing) and the fast forward stopped working (if "ffing"). The audio remained OK.

I've no idea of what to do!
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Hi Andy!

I don't know why your video got jerking when reached 67 min, but about the TMPG problem that continues the encoding with dark frames after the 132476 frames you can try some things.

First thing to try is add trim(0, 132476) to the end of your AVS script. This should resolve the problem, but if it doesn’t, you can press stop when TMPG pass the 132476 frames mark, and set BBmpeg to mux with seconds limit.
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>you can press stop when TMPG pass the 132476 frames mark,
>and set BBmpeg to mux with seconds limit.

Well, it almost worked, as BBmpeg had problems when muxing; but I found that muxing with TMPGenc itself is much better, so at last it worked completely. Besides, it's possible to select the "source range" option inside TMPGenc and solve the problem, although it's still very annoying.

>I don't know why your video got jerking when reached 67 min

I finally found it: after I had tried a conversion to *normal* VCD, and the problem had remained, I realized it was a media fault. I was using a CD-RW and maybe it didn't work at all, maybe it had been rewritten too many times (and not full erased), but when I burned the movie to a CD-R (a Maxell CD-R 74XL, if someone is interested) everything looked perfect!
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