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Old Jan 31, 2003, 06:09 PM
desilondonboy desilondonboy is offline
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Default Guide to Convert XviD into MPEG1/2/SVCD

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I know that there are a lot of threads posted related to XviDs but here is the guide of converting XviDs.

Make this one a sticky guys as its a very useful guide and helped me a lot after three days of pain and torture

Note 1 : This is a guide without frameworking.

Note 2: The two codecs that should be installed are:

1. Xvid codec

2. Nimo V5 codec

So here I go guys Hope this wors for you lot

1) Open TMPGEnc and press Cancel if Wizard pops up

2) Go to Option->Environmental Setting...->VFAPI plug-in

3) Adjust the plug-in priorities (this is done by right clicking on

the plug-in and choosing Higher priority as many times as
necessary) to match the following:

DirectShow Multimedia File Reader.......3

AVI2(OpenDML) File Reader................1

AVI VFW compatibility Reader.............0

CyberLink MPEG-2 Decoder.................0

Microsoft MPEG-1 Decoder.................0

Wave File Reader..............................0

BMP/PPM/TGA/JPG File Reader...........-2

DVD2AVI Project File Reader 1.76+.....-2*

TMPGEnc Project File Reader 2.58......-2*

4) Press OK

5) Now you can load your XviD AVI into TMPGEnc just like any other
AVI and encode as you wish.

* These plug-ins might not appear in your TMPGEnc, but it is not a problem since they do not play any role in encoding XviD AVIs to Mpeg1/2

Things to note when using this guide:

1) The resulting Mpeg1/2 file's playback might stutter/be jerky in
your Windows Media Player but will be perfect in your DVD player.

2) I do not advise to do Framerate Conversion WHILE encoding XviD AVI
to Mpeg1/2 in TMPGEnc by loading template with a framerate
standard different to your source file's framerate due to the fact
that TMPGEnc does lousy job at it and your resulting Mpeg1/2 might
stutter/have jerky playback in your DVD player. Do the conversion
BEFOREHAND using AviFrate or Virtual Dub for video and CoolEdit or
BeSweet for audio (this is advisable for ALL your AVI framerate
conversions not just XviD AVI).

3) Don't forget to change the settings back to defaults or to what
they were before after you have finished your XviD->Mpeg1/2
encoding.

Go to ***********.dvdrhelp.com/forum/*?t=119019 for details

Jay

Last edited by desilondonboy; Feb 04, 2003 at 06:05 PM.
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Old Feb 07, 2003, 08:18 PM
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Thanks mate, worked a treat. superb carn't say to much else....
 

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