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Old 6 Feb 2007, 01:30 AM   #16
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yeah, i'd be frustrated at this point too

a dvd has to be made according to standard. 400x336 will not do. set it up as i have here.

you may have to play with the "aspect" setting if it comes out looking wrong, it doesn't always judge right
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Old 6 Feb 2007, 10:50 AM   #17
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ok... were getting better..but here's the new error...lol


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Old 6 Feb 2007, 11:03 AM   #18
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yes that's ridiculous. in my screenshot you'll see i selected "9600"
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correct.. as you'll see here's my settings...


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have no idea why that is to be honest, i just did a test and it shows the same. i suppose you could ignore it and see if your player will play it. i haven't done an mpeg-2 conversion with this new version and don't recall this ever with the previous. anyway....this is why SUPER is crappy IMO and my last choice and mainly used for crap like .rm and .mov and .flv etc...better yet though do this:

set it up as i have in this new screenshot. load the file FIRST, then adjust the settings as i have here, but select a higher bitrate like "9792" for example (the higher the better as you want to preserve quality). just make sure it's no more than 4 digits. it will output a ".VOB" file. when it's done right click this file and rename with a ".mpg" extension, say yes to the little warning. load this .mpg now in TMPGEnc dvd author and tell me how it works
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ok.. i tried what you said and reneamed the file..but i diddn't get an error..and when i did check the file it still showed as a .vob.. so i tried it in author with the other files that were ok.. and it came up with new errors with file size and bitrate errors..so i just tried it with this file and it had no problem...so in the end..i just copied this file to the dvd and i'll do the others seperate..it's not the end of the world..at this point i'm just happy i was able to get it to transfer...
i want to thank you very much for all your help.... i would not have been able to get this done without your suggestions... thanks again


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i tried it in author with the other files that were ok.. and it came up with new errors with file size and bitrate errors..so i just tried it with this file and it had no problem...so in the end..i just copied this file to the dvd and i'll do the others seperate..
sounds like you were trying to add this file to the same track with others, add as seperate. also remember this is a PAL file and cannot be combined with NTSC clips on the same disc.
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