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Old 17 Feb 2008, 06:13 AM   #1
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Just want to say thank you for releasing version 1.27.1 so quickly. I had installed v1.27 and was having issues. When I went to play back the finally product, it was playing at about 10x the regular speed. I had tried uninstalling and reinstalling several times including AviSynth 2.5 as suggest in the other thread. I ran 1.27 four times on the same movie. One of those times I got an error message (can't remember what it said) and the other three were all playing back way too fast.

Installed 1.27.1 and all is well again. Thank you for a great product.
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Yep - huge thanks to jdobbs for getting so quickly to the bottom of this.

BTW - your encodes are just fine and you don't need to start from scratch. Here's what jdobbs says on how to do them.

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1. In one directory, do a prepare against the original.

2. In another directory, do a prepare with "No Compression" selected against the new (screwed) disc. Then do an ENCODE (it just renames all the .MPV files to M2V).

3. Copy all the M2V files to the first directory.

4. Edit the REBUILDER.INF file in the first directory, and set Progress=2

5. Do just a REBUILD on the first directory. It will get the audio (correctly) from the original.
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