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Old 29 Mar 2003, 04:24 PM   #1
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Where in this forum are encoding issues addressed? I am having problems (losing audio) when converting avi file to .m2v using tmpegenc. Does anyone know of a good forum dedicated to tmpegenc?


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Yes there is a forum deticated to TMPGEnc look at www.doom9.org then under VCD & SVCD and you will see a forum named TMPG and there ya go!

Otherwise post here in the VCD/SVCD encoding or DVD Encoding
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And BTW... it's rather normal that you would lose your audio when encoding to .m2v... Because .m2v IS only the video stream... if you want a ready-2-burn SVCD, you just choose: 'System(Video+Audio)' (bottom/middle in main screen)
Then you would get a .mpg output file...
Make sure you choose the right template to create what you want...(use project wizard at startup if u don't know what to do)

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