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Old Jan 29, 2003, 12:34 PM
-=_Sir_AJ_=- -=_Sir_AJ_=- is offline
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Unhappy M2V and AC3 How to Author????

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Hi i have asked this before but just got given links to the same ifoedit guides!!!
anyway
I have my M2V and AC3 but i do not know how to author

i tried the ifo edit method but it always says
"Too Many Frame Drops"
and shutsdown
pls can some one either help me to fix this problem or tell me another program to use that will enable me to author these files to a video_ts file

any help will be much appreciated!!!!
ps i havent been able to author these for 2 days as it has this error
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Old Jan 29, 2003, 01:31 PM
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Use smartripper and use the files method to rip.
then load up ifo edit and strip everything out like menus and languages.
if its still do big. use rempeg to transcode and get a m2v file.
Now remux with ifoedit instead of author new dvd.
 

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