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Old 18 Apr 2002, 03:06 AM   #1
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I have little bit of a problem... I'm encoding the dark angel series to divx but two of the files wont open. It searching thru some frames then the error message I attached comes up... what can the poblem be?

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Old 18 Apr 2002, 03:41 AM   #2
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Have you played these two "problem" files under Winodws Media Player? Do they play properly, all the way through?
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Old 18 Apr 2002, 03:53 AM   #3
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Can you open the file in virtualdub?

Maybe part of the stream/video is corrupted.

Try scanning through the frames in virtualdub (if it opens it).

Try to use the DIVFIX utility (www.divx-digest.com/software)

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Old 18 Apr 2002, 05:04 AM   #4
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It can't open it in nandub so it cant open it virtualdub. How can I use a divx tool on a mpeg file?

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It can't open it in nandub so it cant open it virtualdub. How can I use a divx tool on a mpeg file?
I can open it but I haven't tried to watched it completly cause it would ruin the fun=) I'm almost finshed with season 1

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Old 18 Apr 2002, 05:08 AM   #6
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well, u never said it was an MPEG file!

how about encoding it in TMPGENC as MPEG1 or MPEG2 then to nandub by making a project file if MPEG2?

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Old 18 Apr 2002, 05:16 AM   #7
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It's a mpeg1 file that seem to play properly but I haven't seen the complete episode. May it work if I convert to mpeg in TMPG without loss of quality? Because it's not very good now and I don't want loss of quality.

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Old 18 Apr 2002, 07:37 PM   #8
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Can someone answer my question please. I almost never used TMPG and I would like to know if it's like the question I aksed or not.

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"It's a mpeg1 file that seem to play properly but I haven't seen the complete episode. May it work if I convert to mpeg..."

This makes no sense. What MPEG format would you convert it to, if it's already in MPEG1 format - and why?

Also, how did you determine that it is an MPEG1 (and NOT MPEG2) file?

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I agree that I put the question bad=)

I mean that if I use TMPG do redo the mpeg.. Like do a mpeg one out of the mpeg 1... hard to explain what I mean=) hope you understand... like fixing the allready excisting mpeg...
and see if I can convert it then. That's what I meant.

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Why ask? Just try it...
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Old 19 Apr 2002, 04:12 PM   #12
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Is fun to know before you waist many hours of your time. That's why I asked. And I'm never using TMPG so some settings would be good to know. I know that you can choose MPEG1 and MPEG1 - videocd. What's the difference?

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