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07-19-2005, 10:10 AM
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I downloaded some rare fleischer shorts from archive.org (from prelingers archive) and was attempting to put them onto dvd. The only thing was that I needed to resize them to proper dvd dimensions. I was going to use LS's overscan guide to do this, but am not able to open the mpeg-2 files. It reads that the file either cannot open or is unsupported. If there is anything I'm doing wrong or another program that will do this please post.

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You may need to mess with the ENVIRONMENTAL SETTINGS of the program. Raise the MPEG codec up higher, deselect redundant ones.

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Hi LS,
I am really new at this kind of stuff and using this program. Would be able to ellaborate furhter, if its not too much trouble.

Your help is much appreciated,

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Go here: http://www.digitalfaq.com/dvdguides/...nc/tmpgenc.htm
Read what it says in the 2nd section from the top, about problems with opening source files. That should explain it. If not, come back and let me know.

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Thanks LS for all of the help. I will try this and see if it works.

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