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07-06-2004, 12:29 PM
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i am trying to merge 2 MPEg's and Tmpgenc gives me this error:

FIle CD.1mpg is not MPEG file.

and really the file is
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i am trying to merge 2 MPEg's and Tmpgenc gives me this error:

FIle CD.1mpg is not MPEG file.

and really the file is
If tmpgenc warn you that, the file is not mpg. Maybe a video stream with out multiplexing (mpv, m1v) with mpg extension?


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i think that making a fake AVS would be a great idea could u just point me in direction of an AVS script for MPEG-2 that can hold 2 MPEg as the source ?
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i think that making a fake AVS would be a great idea could u just point me in direction of an AVS script for MPEG-2 that can hold 2 MPEg as the source ?
What are you trying to do exactly? What do you want? If you have already 2 mpg, why you want to encode it again?
Post some mpg info (resolution, type, etc.)


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07-06-2004, 01:21 PM
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Let me guess : this mpeg is the one that gave you a black screen when you use it into a script. Isn't it ?

Will you undestand what "this source is corrupted" mean ?
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nope this is totally different MPG, and btw the source is not corrupt it plays fine and perfect, i have 2 MPeg's that i wanna put on one cd, i've done this before by merging them and renaming the big VOB. but this time it aint letting me merge. so what am trying to do is make an AVS script as u sujested that will allow me to make a fake AVI so that i can load into mencodeMe.

hmm for some reason when i load the MPEG into virtual dub MPEG it just shows an apple lol
but yet the MPEG is fine i play it with DVD player and its perfect..

EDIT: MPEG's 480x480 29.97 FPS
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07-06-2004, 02:34 PM
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DVD player ? It's the name of the software ? I don't know it.

Where this mpeg from ? A VCD perhaps ?

If tmpgenc tell you it is not a mpeg then IT IS CORRUPTED. And yes, you can sometimes plays corrupted movie (either avi or mpeg btw). Players are generally more convenient than encoders because they do not need to really read all the movie : if a frame is corrupted, the player just jump to the next one, that an encoder can't do.
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DVD player ? It's the name of the software ? I don't know it.
Power DVD is the DVD player it plays with, and when i play it with windows media player the screen is just all black.

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Where this mpeg from ? A VCD perhaps ?
this came from a SVCD

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If tmpgenc tell you it is not a mpeg then IT IS CORRUPTED.
also DVD2avi opened the MPEG's perfectly..
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Power DVD is the DVD player it plays with, and when i play it with windows media player the screen is just all black.
And you have the courage to tell that it is not corrupted
(except of you mean that all mpeg are black on your PC in wmp ?)

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this came from a SVCD
And you just copy it with windows ? You din't used any programm for that ?

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also DVD2avi opened the MPEG's perfectly..
Just a little think : who has the biggest knowledge in video editing between you and me ? If I tell you that your source is corrupted, trust me. Thanks.
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07-06-2004, 03:21 PM
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nope its just that one that don't play, so i guess it is corrupt
Lol. Finally

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I extracted it using VCDgear from a BIN image file
I'm not sure if vcdgear handle MPEG2 (SVCD). It is designed to do MPEG1 (vcd)

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Note: Coul you possibly show me an AVS script like u did last time, but this time can you have it so it can have 2 Mpeg's instead of 1, just for later use so that i don't have to merge the 2 mpegs for later use
Don't you remember thie script using 2 line "directshowsource" and a "a++b" to merge them ? Or was it a thread with wowiegirl ?

EDIT: argh ! Edited insted of quoted . Sorry, that was a long time since I didn't do this error
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07-06-2004, 03:55 PM
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See my answer just above oxy, I edited your post by mistake
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hello phil

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I'm not sure if vcdgear handle MPEG2 (SVCD). It is designed to do MPEG1 (vcd)
Hmm yes indeed i'll have to look into that, i should say i don't think VCDgear handels MPEG-2 very well, it does on certain once


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Don't you remember thie script using 2 line "directshowsource" and a "a++b" to merge them ? Or was it a thread with wowiegirl ?
no i don't think that was me the only direct show AVS script you showd me was this:
Directshowsource("movie.mpg").KillAudio()

Note: that i want to be able to specify 2 MPeg's instead of one
thanks
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07-06-2004, 05:43 PM
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Hmm yes indeed i'll have to look into that, i should say i don't think VCDgear handels MPEG-2 very well, it does on certain once
I'm not sure mylsef but you can also use daelon to mount the bin as an emulate CD driver, then go in the "mpeg" directory on this emumated drive and just copy the mpeg that is there.
(if it is really a SVCD).

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no i don't think that was me
Okay, just see there so :
http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic....ight=killaudio
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I'm not sure mylsef but you can also use daelon to mount the bin as an emulate CD driver, then go in the "mpeg" directory on this emumated drive and just copy the mpeg that is there.
(if it is really a SVCD).
yes and then convert the DAT to a MPEG, which takes about the same time as with VCDgear..

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alright got it, thank you phil..
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yes and then convert the DAT to a MPEG, which takes about the same time as with VCDgear..
NO
If that is a SVCD, you don't have a DAT but a MPEG (a true one).
That's the quick way to see if a disc is a VCD or a SVCD
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ah yes yes, sorry i got confused between VCD and SVCD ur right
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