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  Topic: TMPgenc problem
baa

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PostForum: Compression   Posted: Thu 3 Feb 2005, 14:35   Subject: TMPgenc problem
When you say "more or less matches the quality", do you mean that it actually does not? How expensive is it?
  Topic: TMPgenc problem
baa

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PostForum: Compression   Posted: Wed 2 Feb 2005, 6:57   Subject: TMPgenc problem
Thanks a lot for your help Very Happy
Nothing seems to work, though. I haven't tried loading it to virtualdub yet but I don't really have much time now Sad. Maybe in a few days.
Is there any other program t ...
  Topic: TMPgenc problem
baa

Replies: 16
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PostForum: Compression   Posted: Fri 28 Jan 2005, 4:21   Subject: TMPgenc problem
And, almost forgot, the disk check does not shows any errors. Smile
  Topic: TMPgenc problem
baa

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PostForum: Compression   Posted: Fri 28 Jan 2005, 4:20   Subject: TMPgenc problem
I hope you mean NTFS. NTSC is a video standard. Smile
Laughing
Must have been thinking about the stupid file or something, while writing that Laughing

BTW, what is the format of the source file (resoluti ...
  Topic: TMPgenc problem
baa

Replies: 16
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PostForum: Compression   Posted: Tue 25 Jan 2005, 0:53   Subject: TMPgenc problem
I use Windows XP Pro. The file system is NTSC, of course, and the drive is fine Smile
Both, Windows Media Player and TMGEnc, show that the resulting file is 1:03:09. The file size is under 4 GB.
Is the ...
  Topic: TMPgenc problem
baa

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PostForum: Compression   Posted: Sun 23 Jan 2005, 19:58   Subject: TMPgenc problem
I tried to do it again with a different file and I've got the same results Sad
The file was 1:28:00 in length and output file is only 1:03:09.
While compressing, the progress bar went all the way up ...
  Topic: TMPgenc problem
baa

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PostForum: Compression   Posted: Fri 21 Jan 2005, 19:34   Subject: TMPgenc problem
If you open the "force picture type setting" window in TMPGEnc (in the GOP options tab) and scroll to the end, do you see the last frame of the movie, or is it also incomplete?
Yes, I can see the las ...
  Topic: TMPgenc problem
baa

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PostForum: Compression   Posted: Fri 21 Jan 2005, 6:03   Subject: TMPgenc problem
Hi there!
I ran into a problem while trying to compress a .m2v file using TMPgenc. The problem is that the program does not seem to go through the whole file length. The progress bar indicates that a ...
 
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