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Old 22 Apr 2002, 06:41 AM   #1
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I have two mpeg file, preumebly with the same problem. I can't convert neither of them to divx cause I can't open them in nandub
Cause I can't to that I opened one of them in TMPG and try to reencode it to MPEG1. This worked until I came aproximetly 13 mnutes in to the source. Then it stops giving me a very long error message so I opened the source and watched at that time. There I had some problems with the frame. No sound and th picture stops for some seconds. Can I do something about this. For example crop the bad parts of the movie away? I've almost never used TMPG so please give me some help folks. I need it.

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Old 22 Apr 2002, 06:55 AM   #2
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"For example crop the bad parts of the movie away?"

Use TMPGEnc as follows"

File>>MPEGTools>>Merge&Cut
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Old 22 Apr 2002, 06:55 AM   #3
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Are these mpeg-1 files or mpeg-2 files? You could try removing that "corrupt" section using the mpeg tools provided in TMPGEnc. Virtualdub should not have problems opening mpeg-1 files. You may be able to fix the video in Virtualdub.
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The files are mpeg 1 cause I can watch them in WMP.
I'll try to use TMPG to cut the movies.

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Old 22 Apr 2002, 05:34 PM   #5
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Tell you what, this works most of the time, change the settings (in the combo box) to CQ and CQ = 100.

See what happens, it should not "corrupt" then frames or lock up.

Usually this works for me.

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Old 22 Apr 2002, 06:26 PM   #6
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I had the CQ 100 when I did this yesterday. But how could that help when you have a source with corrupted frames?

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It doesn't work I hate this shit.
I could cut to the part where the corrupted frames are but I couldn't cut after it. In other words I got a CD1 but not 2. There have to be some way to fix this.

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Old 22 Apr 2002, 11:59 PM   #8
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hey
it's the same problem i have . dont think there is any way of fixing the problem . hope you will be able to fix it . i lost hope .
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You could try converting to avi in Virtualdub, then use its utilities to fix and scan the avi for errors, and then fix it.
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Batman if you read the first post you can see that my final goal is to convert them to DivX but my problem is that vd/nd rejects the file.

Can it be any other way to fix them in nandub?

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Sorry, but have you tried Virtualdub?
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Old 24 Apr 2002, 03:29 AM   #12
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"but have you tried Virtualdub?"

I said that I can't open the file in Virtualdub(vd)/nandub(nd). So yes I have tried it.

And in my last post I wrote "Can it be any other way to fix them in nandub?"

I meant if it can be any other way to fix them TMPG so I can open them in nd/vd.

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