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ScottieB
MPEG-1 in Cleaner 6.5
on May 22, 2006 at 4:35:42 pm

I have been asked to make an MPEG-1 out of a movie file for "universal" playback. Basically, I need the file to be layable on as many computers as possible, and have been asked to make an MPEG-1. I am trying to make a new preset in Cleaner for this, but have a question that I can't seem to find the anser to - even in the manual. In the output section of the settings window, I am asked to choose a "Stream Type" - the choices are elementary or system. I need the audio to be muxed together with the video in an MPEG-1. It is my understanding from the DVD world and MPEG-2 that an elementary stream is video only and that a program stream is a .vob - muxed audio and video... but this particular choice escapes me. What should I choose here for highest compatibility? Thanks,

ScottieB


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Rich Rubasch
Re: MPEG-1 in Cleaner 6.5...answer
on May 23, 2006 at 1:19:03 am

How to get Multiplexed files when encoding as mpeg-1 or mpeg-2
Solution

When encoding with Cleaner as an mpeg-1 or mpeg-2 clip,
you may end-up with two separate files.

ex: One Video file ( .mpg ) and one Audio file ( .wav ).

You may want to have those files multiplexed (this is also known as muxed).

In order to do so, follow this simple routine.

1- Go in the advance settings.
2- Select your mpeg-1 or mpeg-2 setting.
3- Select the Output tab.

In mpeg-1: From the Format pull-down menu

4- Uncheck Video CD Compatible
5- Then follow step # 6.

In mgeg-2: From the Format pull-down menu

4- Change mpeg-2 for any other codec.
5- Then bring it back to mpeg-2.

You will see Stream Type.


6- Choose Elementary if you want separate files


Or Program / System if you want them Multiplexed.

Rich Rubasch
Tilt Media


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Ed
Re: MPEG-1 in Cleaner 6.5...answer
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on May 23, 2006 at 2:11:32 pm

Maybe even more important is, did they fix MPEG1s in Cleaner 6.5? I'm not sure, but I doubt it.
Cleaner did a terrible job of MPEG1.
Ed


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