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04-04-2006, 05:10 PM
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I am looking to demux an mpeg2 file from a commercial source to a elementary mpeg stream for use in DVD studio pro. I have already tried VOBedit and TMPGENC. The video file from VOBedit was rejected by the authoring program saying it was incompatible (it was an .m2v file) and the video from ended up looking like crap with a lot of pixelation. Maybe I demuxed it wrong in TMPGENC, so maybe thats why it came out so bad. Are there any programs that I could use for this task? Any help is much appreciated.

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try womble mpeg vcr.

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04-04-2006, 05:26 PM
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I never even knew mpeg vcr had this feature and Iv'e been using it for over a year. Thanks for the help
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