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Old 27 Dec 2003, 10:23 AM   #1
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Hi, I want to burn a dvd of videos i've downloaded from the net, but i have some problems, because the videos are very different, some are mpeg, others m2v, other vob, so how can i compile them all onto the dvd without loosing quality?

I tried tmpeg dvd author, but when i import some videos, i get these errors:

*The video GOP is too long.

The video GOP is too long.
For a standard DVD it is necessary that the GOP fulfill the following condition:

Max 36 fields (18 frames) (NTSC format only)
Max 30 fields (15 frames) (PAL format only)

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*The video resolution 720x480 is not compatible with the current track.

The video resolution 420x480is not compatible with the current track.
It is necessary to standardize the resolution on the track.

The resolution of the current track is 480x576.

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*The video framerate 29.97 fps is not compatible with the current track.

The video framerate 29.97 fps is not compatible with the current track.
It is necessary to standardize the framerate on the track.

The framerate of the current track is 25 fps.
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*This is an illegal video file

This is an illegal video file.
For DVD-Video you can only use the following video formats:

MPEG-1 Video, MPEG-2 Video

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*The video resolution 480x480cannot be used for a standard DVD.

The video resolution 480x480 cannot be used for a standard DVD.
For a standard DVD you can only use the following resolutions:

352x240 352x480 704x480 720x480 pixels (NTSC format only)
352x288 352x576 704x576 720x576 pixels (PAL format only)

The video framerate 29.97 fps cannot be used with the resolution 29.97.

The video framerate 29.97 fps cannot be used with the resolution 29.97.
This framerate can only be used with the following resolutions:

352x240 352x480 704x480 720x480 pixels (NTSC format only)

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i hope you can help me
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Old 27 Dec 2003, 11:47 AM   #2
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I would re-encode the files in TMPGEnc (the regular program-different than TMPGEnc DVD Author). Use the "Project Wizard" under file and choose the DVD template (either NTSC or PAL). Depending on how long the videos are, the process could take awhile so be patient. When TMPGEnc in finished its job, you should have DVD compliant files that can be brought into TMPGEnc DVD Author with no problems.
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Old 27 Dec 2003, 02:25 PM   #3
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i cant import the m2v videos into tmpeg.
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Old 28 Dec 2003, 01:18 AM   #4
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You need TMPG plus or a compatible MPEG2 codec installed.
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where can i get it??
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Old 28 Dec 2003, 04:23 AM   #6
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Which one, TMPG plus or the MPEG2 codec?

MPEG2 codec: http://www.marumo.ne.jp/mpeg2/
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ok, i'll see if that makes it work...
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Old 28 Dec 2003, 05:41 AM   #8
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If I recall correctly, DVDLab can normalize a variety of file types for DVD when you load them into it. You may want to give it a trial. It also has more menu features than TMPGEnc DVD Author.
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that would be cool, but where can i try it ?
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