Discussion in 'QnA (read only)' started by Maverick340, Oct 29, 2005.
How do i rectify this problem??
You're source file is MPEG1 which was made by joining more than one files. VirtualDub is reporting warnings due to an improper join. You may chose to ignore these warnings but audio and video in your output may go out of synch due to this problem.
You may chose to ignore warnings/errors while opening a file by selecting "File" > "Open video file" and checking this option in the dialog - "Ask for extended options after this dialog".
In future use TMPegEnc Tools 2.xx > File > Mpeg Tools option to join multiple MPEG1 files.
Hey........the VD MPEG1 Import Filter is extremely sensitive.......
Download VCD Gear 3.xx and use the MPEG->MPEG option with remove MPEG errors and try again...........if it still gives problems.............convert that file to an avi with some othe converter using a high bitrate codec..........and then use Virtual dub for whatever u wanted to do with it...............
well i bet virtualdub will STILL fail even if you followed what people say in posts before me.. (IF the CD is TOO BAD.. )
best is to download ISOBUSTER .. insert your CD .. browse the AVSEQ01.DAT through isobuster.. right click on file.. select "extract but filter only m2f2 mpeg frames" .. save the file..
this new file should load perfect in virtualdub... if it fails.. use TMPGENC to correct the file...
report back if you dont know about tmpgenc..
this tutorial might also prove useful...
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NO atually the source file is a single vedio file which is on a cd which is pretty badly scratched...so the distrotion
ahem.. thats what i said.. use ISOBUSTER as explained to get the video file
That's an excellent method for recovering corrupt mpeg files from discs, and I suggest <amanwannalearn> try this before going further. But, I have a feeling that this error is due to an improper file join using some crappy file-joining software that disregards intra (I) frame positions while joining.
yep very rightly pointed out by keith .. you could use Easy Video Joiner.. its nice and easy
Sorry raman,i think u posted just wen i posted..so i didnt see ur message.
thanx for the suggestion and ya i dunno how to use TMPGENC...(what dos it even stand for??)
A tut wud be useful....
ur post is a good 3 days after his post
anyways i mustve missed it!
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