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Old 12 Jul 2004, 04:42 PM   #1
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Unhappy menu creation problems/issues with TMPGEnc ... please help is the situation. I am trying to make a compilation of extreme sport footages or chapters from various dvds with a simple chapter selection menu.At this moment, I am able to create the compilation without the menu (the dvd would just automatically plays the
first scene that was burned first to the disc). I use DVD Shrink (to create VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS folders) and TMPGEnc (to burn). Now I want to add a simple menu.

This is how I proceed. So I open the program and select "create new project". Then I go to "source setup". Here I would select the 'add DVD video file' and when I open the 'extreme_sport' folder(it has video_ts and audio_ts sub-folders) gives me the option of selecting the various scenes.

For one of the scene, this is one of the error I've encountered: GOP too long. So my question to you guys is: what is a
GOP and why does it give me this error on this particular chapter and not on other? Is there anything I can do about
this? For this error, I choose to simply 'ignore' and was able to add the scene to my menu.

After adding a few more chapters, I chose a chapter that TMPGEnc simply will not allow. This is the error message:
audio existence differs from the present track. I simply cannot add this chapter to my menu. What does this mean?
And what can I do to get around this?

I am kind of perplex by all this since I was able to burn these chapters(w/o menu) on one dvd without any problem
whatsover. It plays perfectly....but now I can't add these chapter to make a simple menu. Have anyone encountered such
error when trying to create a menu using this program. Please, anyone with suggestion is greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.

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Old 12 Jul 2004, 05:01 PM   #2
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See my response to your other (DUPLICATE) post...

Please note that duplicate posting is a violation of the rules of these forums.
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Old 12 Jul 2004, 05:32 PM   #3
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Oh...i didn't mean to violate the rules of the forum. I simply wishes to expose my problem to as many people as possible. Didn't know about the duplication rule. I'll be sure not to do that from now on. anyways, thanks for the response, setarip.
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