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    hi all does any1 know whay i am getting this error in TMPGEnc
    the file is upto 63% then it says index of line scan is out of range (230)


    any help would be great thanks

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    Your avi is possibly corrupt.

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    To staffy007:

    Are you using one of the "Project Wizard" templates in TMPGEnc, and if so, which one?

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    no wizard, but avi has a lot of bad frames

    which encoder would do the best job with good AVI's

    xingencoder?

    TMPGEnc??

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    "no wizard, but avi has a lot of bad frames"

    Try the following method (originally posted by setarip):

    1) Load the .AVI file (DivX-compressed or otherwise) into the most recent version of either VirtualDub or VirtualDubMod

    2) Set "Video" to "Direct Stream Copy"

    3) Select "Check for errors"

    4) Select "Mask bad frames"

    5) Save with a new filename

    Then try and import your "Repaired" AVI file in TMPGEnc.
    Last edited by ormonde; 4 May 2004 at 10:52 PM

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    thanks will give that a go

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    I have a similar problem with TMPGinc. When I am trying to combine a m2v and a mp2 file into a mpeg-2, it reaches halfway then an error message pops up.

    " 5147 s packets cause buffer underflow. The MPEG file might cause error when it played. "

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