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hat_trick 08-13-2003 04:11 PM

TMPGEnc: No Sound in video ?
 
Hi all. I am new to the fourm. I am tring to put a DivX movie on a VCD. I decompressed the audio using AVI2VCD. Next I loaded my MVCD template into TMPGEnc. (MPEG-1 352x240 23.976fps CQ 75, Layer-2 44100Hz 128kbps).Now I loaded my source (the file I decompressed) and started to convert. I tried the preview ,there was no sound! I this normal. This is my first time making a KVCD or MVCD. Also ,if I let the conversion finish will there be any sound? Any help would be appreciated.

Dialhot 08-14-2003 04:55 AM

MVCD is an illegal rip off of KVCD. Sorry you won't have any answer to your question there !

Is like driving a stolen car in the garden of the legal owner :!:

willy_annand 08-14-2003 07:50 AM

Re: NO Sound???
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by hat_trick
Hi all. I am new to the fourm. I am tring to put a DivX movie on a VCD. I decompressed the audio using AVI2VCD. Next I loaded my MVCD template into TMPGEnc. (MPEG-1 352x240 23.976fps CQ 75, Layer-2 44100Hz 128kbps).Now I loaded my source (the file I decompressed) and started to convert. I tried the preview ,there was no sound! I this normal. This is my first time making a KVCD or MVCD. Also ,if I let the conversion finish will there be any sound? Any help would be appreciated.

Forget the MVCD template, they are not all that good.
Grab the latest KVCD template from this site.

I have had numerous problems with DivX and Xvid, I usually end up loading the file into VirtualDub and saving it with the Huffy Codec. Then load it into TMPGEnc.

There is a way to "FrameServe" but I have not explored that. I had enough problems with Frameserving from Premiere to TMPGEnc... (I save out of Premiere first now).


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