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06-09-2003, 04:50 PM
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I have nine Flintstone cartoons that I would like to put onto a DVD.

They are each about 23 minutes long, and in Half-D1 format. Physically they fit on the DVD, but I would like to author them as one movie with each episode being a chapter.

I have tried to combine them using the "Merge" tool in TMPGEnc, but the resultant file has audio sync problems.

Is there any walk around? Is there any other program that could be used to join the files? The total of the files is 4.15 GB.

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Hi Willy,

How about joining them with an MPEG editor, like MPEG-VCR
http://www.womble.com/products.htm

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Hi Willy,

How about joining them with an MPEG editor, like MPEG-VCR
http://www.womble.com/products.htm

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I looked at the webpage, but cannot tell if MPEG-VCR just adjusts the headers or does it re-encode the video?

I live north of Toronto, the vid caps are from a buddy of mine in Boston, we don't have "Cartoon Network" up here. He capped them with an ATI card and saved them as DivX AVI files, then transfered them to me via ICQ. I in turn converted them to Half-D1 format using a TMPGEnc template called KVCD. Which did a great job, but after 2 conversions, the quality is good, but I fear any more conversions will result in degradation of picture to a point I would not accept.

What I am looking for is a program to join MPEG2 files without re-rendering.
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What I am looking for is a program to join MPEG2 files without re-rendering.
I think MPEG-VCR does just that

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06-12-2003, 06:50 AM
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I think MPEG-VCR does just that
OK, thanks Kwag, I will check it out.
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