AVI - VCD

Hi! - i'm needing some help here! - I have tried loads of programs to convert avi - vcd... - but anyone didn't worked problerbly... - some of them gave me loads of errors, other just didn't worked... - If anyone would suggest TMPGEnc, it don't work! - In that program I got loads of errors! - here the specific of the movie file:

ALL INFO FROM GSPOT!

Video Format:
Codec:
Xvid

Aspect: 608*256 (2.375 : 1)
Bitrate: 1265 kb/s
Framerate: 23.976 FPS
Duration: 01h 06m 56s

Audio Format:
Codec:
ac3 (0x2000) "Dolby Laboratories, Inc"

Bitrate: 192 kb/s (96/ch x 2 ch)
Fs: 48000 Hz

Directshow Render:
Source: MEDIASUBTYPE_Avi
Video Media: 4cc: XVID
Audio Media: MEDIASUBTYPE_DOLBY_AC3
Splitter/Other: AVI Splitter
Video Codec: XviD MPEG-4 Video Decoder
Audio Codec: AC3 from AVI XForm --> InterVideo Audio Decoder

Status: File Rendered Succesfully; no erros reported

I don't know why i'm getting all those errors in TMPGEnc... It ain't because i'm using Windows XP right? - I tried on 2 different XP Computers, none of them worked...

If you could give me any program, please tell me! - It doesn't matter if it ain't free!

Thanks!
wizardbloodAsked:
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dearsinaCommented:
Go to:

http://www.divx-digest.com/

unquestionably the best resource for DIVX and VCD and DVD-ripping etc. Check out the software section, or post a question to that forum.

sina
london

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jamilonCommented:
It is my understanding that TMPGEnc only works when you have installed a TMPGEnc-native codec for the file format you are trying to convert. Just having the ordinary codec on your computer will not help.

For example, there is a Quicktime-codec available as a plug-in for TMPGEnc.

Try to find a "de-codec" for your video format or try importing the video into a video editing application like Premiere and export from there to another (more common) codec.
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wizardbloodAuthor Commented:
Where can if find the TMPGEnc-native codec??

What is the best common codec?
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wizardbloodAuthor Commented:
Where can if find the TMPGEnc-native codec??

What is the best common codec?
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dearsinaCommented:
The following software might be of interest to you:

http://www.divx-digest.com/software/avi2vcd.html
(Note: Does not support compressed audio)

http://www.digital-digest.com/dvd/downloads/virtualdub.html
(The cornerstone in any AVI shenanigans)

http://www.digital-digest.com/dvd/downloads/tmpgenc.html
(Pretty much everything you needed for TMPGEnc)


sina
london

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wizardbloodAuthor Commented:
I can't get the files... what shall i do to get them? - the mirrors is broken, I think...
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wizardbloodAuthor Commented:
I can't get the files... what shall i do to get them? - the mirrors is broken, I think...
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dearsinaCommented:
They seem fine from here in London. Give it another go, I am sure you'll be successful.

sina
london

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wizardbloodAuthor Commented:
They work fine now when i'm disabling my firewall, but TMPGEnc doesn't work right now, so i'm trying to do it with avi2vcd ....
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wizardbloodAuthor Commented:
Who knows what codecs TMPGEnc supports?
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timgilbreathCommented:
Nero Burning Rom supports AVI-VCD direct burning, with no need to convert.
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wizardbloodAuthor Commented:
I'll found out my self now, thanks... - I converted the Avi with the Xvid Codec to a Indeo 5.0 Codec, then I could convert it to .mpg files with TMPGEnc, so I think the hournor is fallen to:
jamilon - as he said that TMPGEnc don't worked with all codecs, so thanks to him!
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