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04-27-2003, 09:46 PM
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Hello Everyone. I have mux my first movie and everything went fine. Now I'm trying to mux "Monsters Inc." and I'm getting the following error right at the end of muxing:" Error in MPEG stream at offset (bits) 13: Supposed marker bit not found". Does anyone have any Idea of what I did wrong or what went wrong. Please help me you all worderful guys.

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Try muxing it with TMPGEnc MPEG tools!
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04-28-2003, 01:03 AM
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Hello Everyone. I have mux my first movie and everything went fine. Now I'm trying to mux "Monsters Inc." and I'm getting the following error right at the end of muxing:" Error in MPEG stream at offset (bits) 13: Supposed marker bit not found". Does anyone have any Idea of what I did wrong or what went wrong. Please help me you all worderful guys.

Thanks to all in advance.

GDG
I had this some time ago and it turned out to be a problem with the audio.

If I remember correctly it was a dodgey divx file, I had decompressed the audio in virtual dub with file/save wav and then encoded it with headac3he and it seemed ok until I muxed it.

To get around it I extracted the audio (mp3 ) and used winamps diskwriter to decompress to wav, when I encoded and muxed this it worked fine.
Now that I think of it the problem could have been a corrupt wav header or something but rewriting the wav file fixed it.

of course it might just be easier to use CheronAph's solution
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07-17-2003, 03:23 AM
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Could it be a frequency problem?

I've been trying to mux 24KHz audio with mpeg1 in tmpeg - and get choppy video with ongoing (thus unsync) audio.
When I tried to mux with bbmpeg, I got exactly the same message as stated above.
Since you solved the prob with Winamps Discwriter plugin, which uses afaik auto-conversion to a previosly set sampling freq, it might be the freq which causes the bbmpeg prob.

EDIT:
Yup, seems to be a freq prob to me.
I resampled to 44.1 khz and bbmpeg eats them.
But next problem is: Nero won't fully accept bbMPEG-muxxed files. It will waste space on the cdr because of burning them using mode1 sectors.
Solution:
Muxing with TMPEG. Since the audio is resampled, it works now. Even when muxed as svcd.
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