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11-04-2003, 03:17 AM
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is it possible to convet say mpeg1 ,vcd or xvcds files i have used dvd2avi and the other to import mpeg 2 but dvd2avi will not process my mpeg1 files i am trying to convert to dvd format using the kvcd noch method i have tempalets for cce 2.66 and 2.67 i know i can us tmpgenc but the time it takes is unaceptabel compared to cce by far plz help!
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There's a plugin for avisynth called Mpegdecoder, I guess it can deal with MPEG1 files. Download here:

http://www.avisynth.org/~warpenterprises/

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11-04-2003, 05:14 AM
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We know regulary not to use decoding via directshow routines, but I heared that it works well if DVD2AVI won't accept mpeg1 streams:

DirectshowSource("xxxxxxxx.mpg")

MpegDecoder() also seems to build a project based stream like DVD2AVI on your HD ... so try both workouts and decide what works the best for you
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11-04-2003, 06:45 AM
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Before you use DirectShowSource, make sure you have the latest Avisynth CVS binary. The 031103 binary has a lot of DS fixes!

The link to the CVS binaries can be found at the Avisynth forum.
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11-04-2003, 07:04 AM
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Quote:
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There's a plugin for avisynth called Mpegdecoder, I guess it can deal with MPEG1 files.
Yes it does but :

- that not work very well
... and...
- it creates a "d2v" file for the MPEG1 on the first opening.

So if DVD2AVI doesn't want to handle this file, MpegDecoder won't either.
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cheers for the speedy reply the feedback seems great but im a bit fo a newbie anything wit avisnyth or scripts scares the hell out of lol couls someone guide me through this even if i end up witha d2v and can use the vfapi reader to change it so cce will open im satrting to think just re encode with tmpgenc which id rather not
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VirtualDub can also open MPEG1 files, I just remembered... From VirtualDub you can frameserve to CCE or TMpgEnc.

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11-05-2003, 03:15 AM
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ah thats sounds better but im gonna be a pain int he ass and say how do i set that up do i need plugins for vdub? link to a guide maybe? thanks agin should this be sticky?
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No, to open a simple mpeg (mpeg1) you dont need any plugins for Virtualdub .... there also exist a mpeg2 version of VirtualDub which knows how to open both .. mpeg1 and mpeg2 I use it everytime to "preview" my encodings cause for me its the only "previewer" which does show the picture in its "real" condition.

1. In Vdub open your m1v or mpeg, a message appears "parsing mpeg..."
2. Watch your movie and its condition ... is it squeezed (480x576(480))?
3. Go and "start frameserver" left below
4. Save the frameserving file as xxxxx.vdr (its importand to add the.vdr manually!)
5. Open your Avisynth script and change the source import line to the following:

AVISource("Your Frameserver File.vdr")

Followed by further filter routines as set.

This should work .........


and by the way this also brings me to an Idea! VMesquita!! We'll see
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11-05-2003, 04:48 AM
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right i followed all prevoius steps and sucess before incrediable post i was getitng black screen from cce cause i was converting the vdr for vdud witht th vfapi converter but following incredables steps it worked first time,for the script i open notepad and typed
AVISource("D:\Downloads\s4\ep.vdr") and saved the file as and avs then loaded it up with cce encoded perfect and dam fast speed were reaching 7-8 im gonna retest using cce 2.67 and the kdvd templates the above was vcd mpeg1 file which i encoded to a 352x240 mpeg 2 file at 2000 cbr cheers guys so much ,
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11-07-2003, 11:24 PM
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MpegDecorder.dll works great for me. However if you just put in the source file in the arguments, the resulting dummy d2v file will not result in the correct # of frames. You can either enter MpegSource("source_file", -2) or MpegSource("source_file, #frames) where you enter in the correct # of frames as obtained by virtualdub or some other means. Another simple way to add vcd/kvcd/mpeg-1 to kdvds is to simply demux the video track with tmpgenc. Rename the .m1v file to .mpv, and load this into DVD-Lab. Presto, you now have your original mpeg-1 file without having to re-encode it. However you will not be able to add any auto-chapters as the video will appear all green in dvd-lab, but it will author and play fine on your machine.
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