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file to big and no sound with tmpgenc

Postby kouyate on Wed Oct 06, 2004 10:53 am

hello there, complete newbie here!! I just followed one of your tutorials on how to convert an avi file using tmpgenc, firstly it took 11 hours to convert (is this normal), i also got a warning telling me the file was too big for a normal dvdr, but when it had finished converting, i checked it there is no sound, and altho the original film is only 1 hr 30 mins long, the converted file runs for over 5 hours long, so after the film ends there is just a black screen that carries on running for another 3 hours or so!!!!
What did i do wrong, and if you can help please be gentle with me and explain it slowly cause i dont know what im doing !!!!!
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Postby tazdevl on Wed Oct 06, 2004 11:48 am

Please don't double post.
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Postby burninfool on Wed Oct 06, 2004 11:55 am

Is the AVI file a Divx(ie with MP3 audio)?If so you need to convert MP3 to WAV first then load the audio and video together.

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Postby kouyate on Wed Oct 06, 2004 1:21 pm

first off the reason i double posted is because i wasnt too sure what category to post under, and secondly how do i tell if the sound file is mp3 !!!
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Postby burninfool on Wed Oct 06, 2004 3:02 pm

If you downloaded the AVI it's most likely MP3 audio,use AVICodec to see what was used.
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