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Jason Brown
Why is Encore transcoding footage already at DVD spec????
on Jan 2, 2007 at 4:52:16 am

Hey Guys,

I'm real stumped here...I have footage that was recorded into a DVD recorder and I'm taking the clip and authoring a menu onto it.

For some reason when I put the footage into my project window, go into the transcode settings and set it to *don't transcode*. It still transcodes the footage when I build the DVD. It is 720 x 480 29.97 with multi-plexed AC3 audio, with the extension .VOB (I've changed it to m2v and to mpg...but neither does anything different)

I even went into the project to the ...CacheTemp_Transcodes folder and used the already transcoded m2v file and it still re-transcoded it.

Any ideas?

-Jason


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Frippy
Re: Why is Encore transcoding footage already at DVD spec????
on Jan 3, 2007 at 5:07:22 am

try to import to encore demuxed files - separate video and audio



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Mylenium
Re: Why is Encore transcoding footage already at DVD spec????
on Jan 3, 2007 at 5:52:13 am

Multiplexed files are not valid authoring files. Demux them like Frippy said. Simply renaming a VOB doesn't make it a "clean" MPEG-II file, you know...

Mylenium

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Neil Wilkes
Re: Why is Encore transcoding footage already at DVD spec????
on Jan 25, 2007 at 1:19:01 pm

Additionally, DVD recorders are often not DVD-Video compliant either.



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