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    Default Converting H264 file to VCD or DVD compliant MPEG file

    Hi

    I downloaded a movie trailer which is in H264 format. I tried to open it in TMPGENC but all is BLACK!

    I want to convert it to a VCD or DVD compliant MPEG file so I can play it on my standalone DVD PLAYER.

    What stuff I need to convert it?

    CHEERS!

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    Try Mediacoder or MeGUI.

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    download & install ffdshow and haali's splitter from http://www.x264.nl. also raise dshow priority http://forum.digital-digest.com/showthread.php?t=66781 and try again

    mediacoder, as suggested above is a great alternative
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