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Old 2 Sep 2003, 01:40 PM   #1
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Default How to turn on video when frame rate was zero

I received the m2v file encoded using TMPGenc.
But in TMPGenc, the Profile & Level was set to Main Profile & High Level) instead of MP@ML.
After I authored and play the DVD file, there is no video. The frame rate is 0 instead of 29.97.
Is there anything I can do to turn on the video at the IFO or VOB files?
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"I received the m2v file encoded using TMPGenc."

Can you play this original video?
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Yes, I can play the the m2v file using Microsoft Windows Media Player Ver 8, OK. Just no sound. But the video picture is fine.

When I play the DVD file using PowerDVD, the display information shows frame rate is 0. Usually, when I play other DVD files, this frame rate will show 29.97.

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Load the .M2V (which, by definition is a video-only stream) into TMPGEnc - and simply set the framerate (Under the "Video" tab) to 29.970fps.

If it's "greyed-out", click on the "Load" radiobutton and doubleclick on "Unlock.mcf"...


Are you actually willing to create a silent DVD?
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Well, when we received the m2v file, we verified and checked it did play in Microsoft Windows Media player ver 8. So we signed off and paid the contractor.

But after we authored the DVD mux the m2v video with ac3 audio, PowerDVD shows no video.

Now, we found out the contractor did use TMPGEnc to encode at 29.9 frame rate. But we did not specified and they used High Profile @ High Level instead of MP@ML.

So we have to encode with MP@ML again. What a costly lesson.

Thanks for your help.
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"Thanks for your help."

My pleasure ;>}
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