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Old 9 Jan 2007, 11:18 AM   #1
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Default M2V For VTS_01 Segments (how Many)

Is there any way to see how many segments there are to encode with DVD-RB when Hcenc is encoding. I see in the status window M2V for VTS_01 Segment 0,1,2,3,4 ........ 30 Is there any way to determine how many segments for each of the VTS's in total? I what to know how many are left to encode? When it says segment 30 I assume it is close to the end but then it goes onto segmanet 48.

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Old 9 Jan 2007, 11:44 AM   #2
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I always look in the work folder. I have Nero so all M2V files look like this .So when HC or what ever encoder you use starts to rebuild you will see two images side by side like this
.This is how I check up to see how well the movie looks also, you can preview the finished M2V with Nero or MPC.Hope this helps
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Your prepare will tell you how many segments there are in each VTS - have a look in your D2VAVS folder at the AVS files.

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Thanks blu, BR7 I see the segments now.
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