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Old 30 Dec 2003, 05:48 AM   #1
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Default Joining 2 mpg files.

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i have 2 mpg files which i need to join & make 1 dvd movie.
i tried the trial version of avi_mpg_rm_joiner which seemed to do the job, plays back fine with zoomplayer, except a slight glitch where the join was.

I then went onto TMPGEnc Plus 2.5 to encode the complete movie file ready to be transfered to TMPGEnc DVD Author.

when the re encoding process reaches the join (50% complete) the video image doesnt change for the duration of the movie, though the encoding process continues fine. same with regular playback.

i would usually scan the video file for errors using Virtual dub, but it wont accept an mpg file.
not sure what else i can try

any ideas?
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Old 30 Dec 2003, 05:59 AM   #2
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Instead of using "avi_mpg_rm_joiner", use TMPGEncPlus to join, as follows:

TMPGEncPlus>>File>>MPEGTools>>Merge&Cut
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Old 30 Dec 2003, 06:26 AM   #3
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haha - simple

i can just picture you sat at your computer, shaking your head, muttering "newbies"

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"i can just picture you sat at your computer, shaking your head, muttering 'newbies'"

Never...


"thanks"

My pleasure ;>}
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Old 30 Dec 2003, 01:39 PM   #5
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setarip, you are one nice guy. how the hell do you have time to answer all these forums & make a living???

I have 1 more question

when TMPGEnc encodes a file, it splits the audio & video and saves them as seperate files. how do i change this?

you d man

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scrap last question, i just noticed that TMPGEnc DVD Author auto adds the audio file

dvd creation just gets easier
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"setarip, you are one nice guy. how the hell do you have time to answer all these forums & make a living???"

The perfect definition of "multitasking" ;>}
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