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Old 2006-04-13, 17:33   Link #81
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Well, many people believe that this is the right section for that. If you'd read the thread that you just posted in, you should know the answer. Posting any more of a response than that seems pointless when all you need to know is in the thread above and the link below:

Queue for Encoding
(Encode AVI/MKV/MP4 to DVD using a few scripts and freeware tools like QuEnc and BeSweet)
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Old 2006-04-14, 20:29   Link #82
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Originally Posted by EnZimE
Edit: I keep getting a message as to how the encoding program cant locate my m2v file. Thats when im tryin to encode it when the command begins, then it skips right too the audio encoding only. Any help?
I had the exact same problem using CCE - open it and make sure that the extensions it gives are m2v and mp2, then the script won't have any problems (I think the defaults are mpv and mpa).
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Old 2006-04-16, 14:14   Link #83
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I'm having troubles with TMPGEnc 3.0 XPress when I open video with program to start editing/resizing screen turn green an error pop ups "Divided by Zero" I'm sure that was said before not sure where to look anything help would great.
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Old 2006-04-17, 21:53   Link #84
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My problem is the same as popoycanton was, when I open the batch file the CCE window open ups and I have to manually click the encode but everytime.

I used your guide to set up Queue for Encoding and I looked through the faq but it didn't help.

I am using the legal trial version of CCE SP and have it set up as your quide and aktees says to.

How do I fix this?

Edit
Never mind, just downloaded the latest version and it works now.

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Old 2006-04-26, 13:26   Link #85
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What border settings do I set a fansub of a movie to if I'm converting it for playback on a TV due to myself being epileptic and as a result I tend to watch them on TV instead of PC where possible.
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Old 2006-04-26, 15:24   Link #86
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The tool recommended in the first post will do it automatically, so you don't have to worry about that. If you're using something else and just want to know what the recommended settings are, then...

For a 4:3 aspect ratio, try this:
LanczosResize(660,440)
AddBorders(30,20,30,20)
For 16:9 aspect ratio, use this:
LanczosResize(660,330)
AddBorders(30,75,30,75)
I included the resize as well for obvious reasons.
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Old 2006-04-29, 01:35   Link #87
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Great guide!

But I'm kind of having some trouble. What if you burned the DVD successfully and would like to watch it on a computer? For me, I want it to play it on Windows Media Player. It does that but it has no audio. It works fine on a DVD player but how would I go getting the DVD to play correctly on WMP?

Thanks in advance
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Old 2006-05-02, 20:26   Link #88
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Just a quick question. I tried using this to convert .mkv files with VORBIS audio. Only problem is the audio it makes is not 48kHz, but 44.1kHz. I tried using the version of BeSweet that I had installed previously, and the same thing happened. All the files it created were all 44.1kHz. The original .ogg files are 44.1kHz also, but I used to be able to create 48kHz audio before, and I don't think anything has changed.

I know it's probably an issue with BeSweet, but was wondering if anyone here might know what the problem is.

Thanks.
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Old 2006-05-06, 19:12   Link #89
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Using your method has been working fine but now i'm getting an error message that says

"MPG not file found after multiplexing"

What does this mean and how do I fix it?

It only happens with one file, Twin Spica ep. 13, all the rest have been succesfully encoded.

Edit
Never mind, read the faq and figured out how to fix it.

Last edited by phoenix craft; 2006-05-09 at 01:14.
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Old 2006-05-08, 23:06   Link #90
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Can I convert .rm files into dvd? How? Like .avi?
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Old 2006-05-11, 08:24   Link #91
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I get script error when i try to encode a movie:

Avisynth open failure:
Error: DirectShowSource does not have a named argument "audio"
(C:\DVDStudio\encoding\avs\(filename), line 1)
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Old 2006-05-11, 22:33   Link #92
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Originally Posted by PigLig
I get script error when i try to encode a movie:

Avisynth open failure:
Error: DirectShowSource does not have a named argument "audio"
(C:\DVDStudio\encoding\avs\(filename), line 1)
Upgrade your AviSynth. Install the latest version.
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Old 2006-05-12, 13:36   Link #93
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What's the proper resize, and maybe borders (don't really need them) for a video in 19:6 aspect ratio (aspect ratio most dvd's are in today)?
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Old 2006-05-26, 23:51   Link #94
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audio sync

Hello,

I am trying to encode using the QuEnc program, and it seems when using the VBR method, the audio and video are not synced properly. This happens with both 23.976 and 29.97 fps videos. The original video file is in perfect sync. If I do it without VBR, the audio and video are in sync.

Any ideas why using VBR would make it out of sync?

Thanks.
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Old 2006-06-08, 22:02   Link #95
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I'm sure someone has already done something similar, but I thought I'd post this anyway.

For anyone that wants to use this script with .ogm files, I created a simple small batch file for converting all the .ogm files in the specified folder to .mkv using the mkvmerge.exe that is included.

Code:
@echo off
:: Set this to the location of the mkvmerge.exe file
set mkvmerge=D:\DVDStudio\Scripts\Apps\MKV\mkvmerge.exe
:: Set this to the folder where you have the .ogm files. Do not include the trailing backslash
set sourcedir=D:\OGMFiles

for %%x in (*.ogm) do (
"%mkvmerge%" -o "%sourcedir%\%%~nx.mkv" "%sourcedir%\%%~nx.ogm"
)
Copy this to a new file and name it what you like. Save the file in the same folder that will be the home for your .ogm files, and presto! Instant .mkv files (well, maybe not instant, but faster than doing it all manually), which are now compatible with the script. It will take all the video, audio and subtitle tracks and insert them into a new .mkv file.

This is a quick and dirty batch file, but it works just fine for me. It is probably possible to include this in the script itself, so it will automatically convert the .ogm file to .mkv before it scans it.
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Old 2006-06-10, 06:01   Link #96
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@xatin

can you please make a step by step guide.

thanks!
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Old 2006-06-10, 06:16   Link #97
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nevermind I got it to work..
Edited:
for %%x in (*.ogm) do (
"%mkvmerge%" -o "%sourcedir%\%%~nx.mkv" "%sourcedir%\%%~nx.ogm"
)

to:
for %%x in (*.ogm) do ("%mkvmerge%" -o "%sourcedir%\%%~nx.mkv" "%sourcedir%\%%~nx.ogm")
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Old 2006-06-10, 14:12   Link #98
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Shouldn't have had to change anything other than the variables. I know it worked fine for me when I tried it the way it was.

I'm trying to add it into the main source, so it will convert .ogm files automatically when you try to add them. I have it partially done, but not sure about the cpu load of doing multiple conversions simultaneously.
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Old 2006-06-11, 03:19   Link #99
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I use Nero Vision to burn my animes on DVD or CD..... it encodes the videos and convert them, allowing you to watch it on a DVD player :P
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Old 2006-06-11, 08:30   Link #100
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@xatin

adding it to the main source would be great! thanks and good luck
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