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Old 2007-08-20, 18:25   Link #281
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Ummm. Can I get a reupload on the tutorial on this please?
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Old 2007-08-21, 01:38   Link #282
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The site is still working. Check the very first post of this thread.
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Old 2007-08-21, 04:06   Link #283
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My video files are not resulting in an encoded product. I dunno why but it goes through the normal passes but the video files really doesnt complete. Any help?
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Old 2007-08-22, 12:50   Link #284
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Ok so this is what you do. All you got to do is go the the file that you want encoded, then right click and "Queue for encode". After that, you use the output file and burn it into a DVD using any DVD software. I use Nero Vision 4 so is this right?
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Old 2007-08-22, 15:59   Link #285
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Seems you can use any program to burn it but yea that is correct. GHDPro, I think my problem and all my problems revolve around VFR. It seems that the reason my files run through the passes but I get no resulting file is because of this. Unless there is a way to change the VFR file in the anime episode then I think I am forever screwed ><
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Old 2007-08-23, 23:23   Link #286
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Ok i got a problem. Whenever its encoding, in 2 minutes, it always give me a runtime error. Something to do with QuEnc.exe. abnormal program termination. Help please? I even made sure that all the files go to the places its suppose to go.
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Old 2007-08-31, 13:22   Link #287
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Wow, these guides are really amazing I just have a few dumb questions though...

Are Queue for encoding and TMPGEnc two completly different programs?
If so, can I choose which one to use as I really like the looks of TMPGEnc?

Thank you and oh, in the "GHDpro's Guide to TMPGEnc" only the first page will work for me. I really wanted to read through but pages 2-5 come up with No Thread specified. If you followed a valid link, please notify the administrator What do I do?

Thank you again
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Old 2007-08-31, 13:49   Link #288
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"Queue for Encoding" is just a PHP (command line) script with a bunch of freeware apps that together will encode anime to DVD (with extra borders to counteract overscan). It's been a long while since I used TMPGEnc, but last time I tried it didn't have very good support for MKV files (especially ones with soft-subtitles). If all you want to convert are AVI files, then TMPGEnc is the easy solution. Otherwise, while complicated to set up, my script might be more reliable for MKV files.

As for your second question, see this post.
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Old 2007-08-31, 14:30   Link #289
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"Queue for Encoding" is just a PHP (command line) script with a bunch of freeware apps that together will encode anime to DVD (with extra borders to counteract overscan). It's been a long while since I used TMPGEnc, but last time I tried it didn't have very good support for MKV files (especially ones with soft-subtitles). If all you want to convert are AVI files, then TMPGEnc is the easy solution. Otherwise, while complicated to set up, my script might be more reliable for MKV files.

As for your second question, see this post.
THANK YOU THANK YOU so much for clearing that up for me ^.^ I think that I'll give TMPGEnc a try as all I have are .avi files. I have a trial version of 2.5 installed on my PC at the moment but when I try to use it to convert One Piece, I get totally lost and after reading through the quide on here, it seems completly different from 3.0 Would you happen to know of any really good guides to help me out with 2.5?

Thank you for the links aswell. Unfortuantly I wasn't able to get past page 1 again on the "Convert AVI to DVD" but the other link you gave was really good so thanks so much again for all your help
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Old 2007-10-02, 16:18   Link #290
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I read all through this thread, however I wasn't able to come across a fix for:
FATAL Error: M2V file not found. I'm using CCE to do the encoding. I tried to access Aktee's guide its just his website appears to be taken down. Any help would be greatly appreciated thanks.
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Old 2007-10-11, 03:49   Link #291
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Resolution, encoding, and general DVD burning.

Hello. I suffer from the same problem most people seem to; when I burn some anime (unlicensed of course) to DVD, on my tv, the video is cut off on either side, or even the top or bottom. I once tried to burn one and went through a bunch of trouble trying to encode and do a bunch of stuff. It took me a month and it still wasn't right. I was wondering if anyone had an easy (well, doesn't have to be), good, or proven way to burn anime to DVDs that play in DVD players so that it fits well on the screen without any problems or distortions.

Any help is welcome and appreciated!
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Old 2007-10-11, 04:08   Link #292
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Here you go! I merged your post into this thread so that you can see an easy, good and proven way to burn anime to DVDs so you can play it in a DVD player and will fit well on the screen without any problems or distortions.
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Old 2007-10-22, 02:47   Link #293
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Hey, I have a question that I think will be best answered in this thread. I've burned DVDs that play perfectly well on PS2's and several modern DVD players, using Queue for Encoding. But on my parents' old DVD player and on my local anime club's DVD player, they don't play. The DVD player says "Reading..." and just doesn't go anywhere from there, eventually saying "error" sometimes. Is this a software problem, or is it that old DVD players physically can't read the relatively cheap Memorex DVD+R's? If the latter, can anyone recommend a convenient DVD that will play on those DVD players?
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Old 2007-10-22, 04:44   Link #294
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Well, I don't use GHDPro's method rather I bought convertxtoDVD. It's a known issue that certain DVD players are extremely picky with which DVD's they can read. The common thread is that the brand name ones are pickier than the generic $20 special DVD players. Also the general consensus is the better grade DVD's like TDK and Taiyo Yuden's are more sucessful than the cheapo ones. IDK why that's the case but that's the general experience.

I also note that you use DVD+R, make sure the DVD players can support it.It may just be case that they can only read DVD-R although this is pretty unlikely.
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Old 2007-10-27, 12:30   Link #295
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I have a problem encoding the audio...

The format of the audio is ACC in a MKV. It says the extraction for the A_AAC audio is not supported.

Anyway to solve this?
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Old 2007-10-28, 15:05   Link #296
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I got an error message when I tried to convert an mkv file.



what does it mean?
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Old 2007-10-28, 19:33   Link #297
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I got another two error messages:



The error messages are diferent every time.
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Old 2007-12-28, 13:51   Link #298
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Ummm Do you have a tutorial for Vista Users?
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Old 2008-01-01, 17:05   Link #299
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I posted this in another similar forum, but there is some easy to use, freeware, DVD burning software called DVD Flick which is pretty easy to use. A search on Google, etc will locate the site. It is not fond, as some others, of mkv files, so I had to buy MovKit ($20) to convert the .mkv files to .avi, but in general it is pretty cool.
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Old 2008-01-06, 01:16   Link #300
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for avis and such, i do the whole virtualdub, save audio independently, get the subs, compress in tmpegenc etc etc etc, and for mkvs, i got ConvertXtoDVD, and its pretty simple to use although, not very configurable, but its great for getting those annoying(in the sense that they're not that easy to burn) mkvs to dvds.
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