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Old Oct 09, 2003, 03:28 AM
.S.O.N.Y.0.0.7. .S.O.N.Y.0.0.7. is offline
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Ok from day one i've always had problems with xvids going on to dvd-r the only way I could do it was encoding it with TMPGEnc then putting it in ulead but I found that doing it like that there was a deffinate loss of quality as well as it being out of sync. Then I tried dvd2svcd with cce, everything seemed fine for about an 1hr 30min in.... THEN my pc reboots itself and i've done this a few time now just in case, the same thing I get about 8gigs or so saved but not the .ac3 required then it reboots. ANYWAY now i'm trying screeners which I had no trouble with before (say about 4 months ago) by using Ulead dvd workshop, now i'm getting errors, I know ulead is not compatible with xvid so I thought i'd check to see if these screeners required them by using Gspot VIDEO FORMAT n/a AUDIO FORMAT n/a most of the boxes have n/a. Guys and girls pleaseee help me out here i'm ripping my hair out.
Old Oct 09, 2003, 04:48 AM
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If it says N/A then your file is either corrupt or not a format that GSpot supports.

8Gigs or so?? Last I heard the dual layer burners weren't out yet.
Old Oct 09, 2003, 05:04 AM
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That 8Gigs is saved to my h/d. So if the file is not courrupted how do I put it to dvd-r without using TMPGEnc so as to keep quailty if anyone knows?

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