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fiercegaming 01-11-2004 12:53 PM

Tmpgenc encoder has avi error?
 
I open the kvcd template in tmpeg and load my avi file, but then it gives me an error it says: can not open, or is unsupported. But it is an AVI file which has been compressed with divx 3 or somthing.. and when I put it in virtual dub it says somthing is wrong with the audio it says:
http://www.digitalfaq.com/archives/error.gif
Im not using virtual dub, but just wanted to see if it would load in there, and it did but it has a vbr error could this be why its not working in tmpeg

Stevis2002 01-11-2004 01:06 PM

I always get that...Just click on ok and ignore it...Works for me!! :)

fiercegaming 01-11-2004 01:11 PM

Do you mean in virtual dub or in tmpeg? Because I want to get it into tmpeg encoder but its giving me an error. And if I hit okay it doesnt even load it.

CheronAph 01-11-2004 02:32 PM

Have you installed readavs.dll, http://membres.lycos.fr/olambla/stud...nc-readavs.zip

Jellygoose 01-11-2004 03:37 PM

Load the Avi File via an AviSynth Script, and put

AviSource(C:\yourfile.avi, false)

so that the audio is not loaded. If that won't work, make sure you have the proper codecs installed on your system!

rds_correia 01-12-2004 02:52 AM

Re: Tmpeg encoder avi error :(
 
Hi Fiercegaming,
Quote:

Originally Posted by fiercegaming
...But it is an AVI file which has been compressed with divx 3 or somthing.. and when I put it in virtual dub...

You don't know how you first compressed it to DivX or you don't own your movies :?:
Let's start with a much easier way. Why don't you rip one of your DVD movies and try to KVCD it :?:
That will give you some knowledge of all involved in the process of KVCDing :wink: and then you could learn how to adapt your methods to convert some of your AVI/DivX/XviD...
C ya.


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