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Old Sep 22, 2003, 06:13 PM
Skywalker71 Skywalker71 is offline
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Default ****M2-Edit Pro Problem....HELP****

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Hi everyone -

Im trying to join together 2 mpeg files I downloaded from the net to burn on to a CD. I opened up M2-Edit Pro but when I tried to drag the first file in to the Composer it came up with the following message:

'Can't generate VCD with an audio sampling frequency of 0, must be 44100'

Does anyone know what this means and how I can successfully get around it? Ive tried everything I know and am now stuck :-(

Any help would be gratefully received :-)

Thanks in advance

Old Sep 22, 2003, 08:38 PM
peter_uk peter_uk is offline
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get a hold of TMPGEnc is you dont already have it,
mpeg tools/ merge and cut/ add the 2 files and select and ouput name.
Old Sep 23, 2003, 05:54 AM
Skywalker71 Skywalker71 is offline
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Thanks m8 - I just tried it and it works a treat - many thanks for the advice :-)

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