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Old 4 Jul 2005, 07:08 PM   #1
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Default how do I join 2gther files that TMPEG creates ? fast help needed plzz !

Hi I am in the middle of converting divx to DVD. the movie is 2 files CD1 + CD2

I have used TMPGE Xpress and chose for my conversion

es (video+audio)

after converting both CD1 + CD2 I am left with 4 seperate files.

CD 1
aaf-pfccc2005.cd1.m2v (movie)
aaf-pfccc2005.cd1 (audio)

aaf-pfccc2005.cd2.m2v (movie)
aaf-pfccc2005.cd2 (audio)

How do I join CD1 + CD2 togther so then all I have to do is Aurthor the 1 file to DVD vob files ???
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Old 5 Jul 2005, 07:05 AM   #2
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a good freeware solution is to use a program such as ImagoMPEG-muxer to mux the audio and video together. then use file merger to merge the two files together.
note: most authoring programs will do this for you.
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Old 6 Jul 2005, 11:47 AM   #3
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i'd use tmpgenc dvd author 1.6, and instead of creating elementary streams as you have, uncheck that option in tmpgenc plus/express and have only 2 files (with audio) and join them with dvd author using "add file".
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