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i get 770mb of encoded movie ,
cut in tmpgenc (mpeg tools) and divide in 3 parts resulting:
3 parts of 256mb (more or less).

if i put only the original file (770mb) in nero or nti,
the final size is ok and i can burn it.
if i convert 3 movies of 256mb,i can load and burn it too.

but when i load this 3 parts of 256mb (that i edit in tmpgenc)
in nero or nti,
the final size is more than 880mb

the cd don't get it...

what is this?
tmpgen increase the size when we divide the original in parts?

any help,or use another prog to edit the movie?

thanks in advance!
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TMPEG is a very good cutter, but a very bad joiner
Go ahead and "demux" your 770MB with TMPEG, and then "remux" and create the three parts with BBMpeg. Just set the "Max size (MB)" in BBMpeg under "General Settings" to 256 and it will automatically create three files

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TMPEG is a very good cutter, but a very bad joiner
Go ahead and "demux" your 770MB with TMPEG, and then "remux" and create the three parts with BBMpeg. Just set the "Max size (MB)" in BBMpeg under "General Settings" to 256 and it will automatically create three files

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Kwag,
i got some problems...

i want to cut the movie in special parts (in transitions).

example:
first part: from 00:00,00 to 45:50,47,66
second : from 45:50,47,70 to 01:33:29,35 (more or less)

how can i cut and reencode in specific parts of the movie?

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Kwag,
i got some problems...

i want to cut the movie in special parts (in transitions).

example:
first part: from 00:00,00 to 45:50,47,66
second : from 45:50,47,70 to 01:33:29,35 (more or less)

how can i cut and reencode in specific parts of the movie?

You can also use BBMpeg to do that. You mux from "Start second" to "End second" also under "General Settings"

-kwag
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01-11-2003, 02:56 PM
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Kwag,
i got some problems...

i want to cut the movie in special parts (in transitions).

example:
first part: from 00:00,00 to 45:50,47,66
second : from 45:50,47,70 to 01:33:29,35 (more or less)

how can i cut and reencode in specific parts of the movie?

You can also use BBMpeg to do that. You mux from "Start second" to "End second" also under "General Settings"

-kwag
yes but, in tmpgenc i "see" where i am cutting and don't see in bbmeg.
or i'm loosing some?
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01-11-2003, 02:59 PM
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yes but, in tmpgenc i "see" where i am cutting and don't see in bbmeg.
or i'm loosing some?
You can "see" where you're cutting in TMPEG, but because of the VBR nature of the encoded mpeg file, the actual cut point is way off.

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ok Kwag,thanks!

oops....another big storm here(in my city)
maybe i have (logout) to go"!
yesterday had "tons" of wind,thunders(4 or 5 per second)
and big rain!..... the light is out.....
waiting.....
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ok Kwag,thanks!

oops....another big storm here(in my city)
maybe i have (logout) to go"!
yesterday had "tons" of wind,thunders(4 or 5 per second)
and big rain!..... the light is out.....
waiting.....
Shutdown your computer , or you could look like your avatar soon
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Shutdown your computer
Ah, the joys of surge protectors and UPS systems. Now I can sit at my computer even when the power goes out. Well... for about 5 minutes .
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Shutdown your computer
Ah, the joys of surge protectors and UPS systems. Now I can sit at my computer even when the power goes out. Well... for about 5 minutes .
and i for 25 minuts...!
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01-11-2003, 04:21 PM
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My UPS is "flaked up " and I have about 10 seconds to do a shutdown

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and i for 25 minuts...!
I can go substantially longer with a smaller monitor. This 19" model really sucks up the juice .
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Good thing my UPS is uses a 12 volt type battery... I just uses my old 12v car battery and there you go... I havent use it that long but so far... 2 hours...
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Sangrip...,"I can go substantially longer with a smaller monitor. This 19" model really sucks up the juice ."

yes, i have 19"(lg) and 15"(proview)
19" is "hungry" ,15" less energy.(3 more time with 15").


katchupoy...,"Good thing my UPS is uses a 12 volt type battery... I just uses my old 12v car battery and there you go... I havent use it that long but so far... 2 hours..."

yeah,my too (had a plug to conect an external battery,but i don't use:
my wife "kill" me)
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