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Old 27th February 2009, 18:31   #741  |  Link
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Is it possible to toggle-off AC3? To convert just m2v?
No, it is not possible. I'm curious: why?



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Old 27th February 2009, 21:11   #742  |  Link
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No, it is not possible. I'm curious: why?
Just curious. I am trying to see what I could do and couldn't not do on the program.

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Old 6th March 2009, 18:28   #743  |  Link
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brilliant program,

but the one thing i did notice which other programs does not cause,

is the amount of strain that was put on my output hard drive,

rejig, multiplexing, and DGPulldown were the 3 steps that put massive strain on my F drive, but my E drive wasn't really doing much work,

it's a shame that the demand on one hard drive couldn't be spread over 2 hard drives more efficiently,

i have used a lot of these types of program, and this one is the worse when it came to straining my one drive,

perhaps if the processes can't be tuned any further to help this issue, then maybe some kind of I/O throttling maybe in order, because man, my F drive (output folder) aged by at least 3 month after doing one film,

great program though, 4.5 stars for sure, would be 5 stars if it went a bit easier on my hard drive, (the noise from my drive did not sound healthy)

tried FAVC, Avi2ISO, film machine, and Diko, and this one (in my opinion) gave me the best results, and was running perfectly with 3rd party tools it used, and also credit has to be given to the final output size, 4.31GB, couldn't really ask for much better then that,

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Old 6th March 2009, 21:45   #744  |  Link
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i've done 2 films so far, for the 2nd film i swapped the temp folder and output folder over, i have noticed an increase in speed, not much, but some, the folder that takes most of the work (not sure which folder is used the most in the high read and write usage temp or output folder) is now been put to my SATA drive,

i have noticed after doing 2 films, that both films seem to have very small black bars added (top and bottom has it)

just to see if this can be avoided , i have converted both off the same films with ConvertxtoDVD, and these were OK, no added black bars were added, so i think there may be a Auto Cropping error, or something, not sure why, but i thought i should share my experience thus far,

did some cross comparisons of the quality of the image, from both programs (AVStoDVD & Convertxtodvd), and AVStoDVD does win hands down,

however, tried to convert one of the films from NTSC to PAL, and the output was not good, very jumpy playback, and no sound at all, the quality of the image was nice, but the playback speed was jumpy (sorry can't think of a better word).
although not a big problem, as most DVD players will playback PAL fine anyway, only televisions can some times be picky that's all,
but from my experience NTSC > PAL or PAL > NTSC is never perfect anyway, although i've never seen it as bad as what AVStoDVD produced,

i hope i'm not offending, i thought it's best to share ones experience rather then be silent,
objectivity can be a good thing right?
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first of all thanks for your comments and suggestions. Let's go thru the items.

1. "amount of strain that was put on my output hard drive"
You are the very first user that complains about that issue! BTW I can understand that, since CPU are becoming faster and faster, encoding time is no more the bottleneck, while hard drive I/O could become. A good compromise is to set the output folder (more used) to your fastest drive and temp folder to another one.

2. "small black bars added"
It depends from the DAR (Display Aspect Ratio) of source video. Does the output has the image distorted? No? Adding black bars (letterboxing) is correct. For more details you should post the AVStoDVD output log file

3. "NTSC > PAL"
To downsize FPS (from 29.97 to 25), AVStoDVD uses AviSynth function ChangeFPS(25). If you get jerkiness, you can try editing the AVS Script (go to 'Title Edit'/'AviSynth') and sobstitute ChangeFPS(25) with ConvertFPS(25).
Again, for more help, you should post the log file, which contains a lot of info about source video file and about encoding.



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Old 7th March 2009, 14:52   #746  |  Link
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sorry about that,

here's the log,
my aim was to leave it as NTSC, not sure why DGPulldown was run,


<06/03/2009 17:54:19>
START PROCESS
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<06/03/2009 17:54:19>
DVD SETTINGS
DVD Titles number: 1
DVD Video Standard: NTSC
DVD Chapters Interval: 5 min
DVD Menu: Static DVD Menu
DVD Size: 4435/4435 MB (100%)
DVD Output Setup: DVD Folder

Delete Temp Process Files: Yes
Delete Working Files: Yes
Edit Command Parameters: No
Save Log file: Yes
Output Folder: E:\VIDEOTEMP\AVStoDVD
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<06/03/2009 17:54:19>
TITLE 1 SOURCE FILES
Video: D:\High School Musical 3 Senior Year (2008).avi
Info: XviD - 2228 kbps - 720x384 - DAR 1.875 - 23.976 fps - PPF - 1:56:42 hours - 167896 frames
Audio: D:\High School Musical 3 Senior Year (2008).avi
Info: AC3 - 448 kbps - CBR - 48000Hz - 6ch - 1:56:39 hours
Subs:
[MediaInfoLib - v0.7.10]
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<06/03/2009 17:54:19>
AVISYNTH SCRIPT
Import("D:\Program Files\AVStoDVD\Lib\A2DSource.avsi")

Video = A2DVideoSource("D:\High School Musical 3 Senior Year (2008).avi", CacheFolder = "F:\VIDEOFINISHED\AVStoDVD")
Video = Video.ConvertToYV12
#Using DGPulldown to upsize FPS
Video = Video.AddBorders(0,10,0,10)
Video = Video.Lanczos4Resize(720,480)

Return Video
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<06/03/2009 17:58:26>
START VIDEO ENCODING OPERATIONS
Encoding Profile: HCenc OPV 1-pass
Target Video FileSize: 3951.2 MB
HCenc Parameters: -ini "F:\VIDEOFINISHED\AVStoDVD\High School Musical 3 (Senior Year) 2008_0_Title_01.HCenc.ini"
HCenc ini file:
*INFILE F:\VIDEOFINISHED\AVStoDVD\High School Musical 3 (Senior Year) 2008_0_Title_01.avs
*AVSRELOAD
*OUTFILE E:\VIDEOTEMP\AVStoDVD\High School Musical 3 (Senior Year) 2008_0_Title_01.m2v
*LOGFILE F:\VIDEOFINISHED\AVStoDVD\High School Musical 3 (Senior Year) 2008_0_Title_01.HCenc.log
*MAXBITRATE 9000
*CQ_MAXBITRATE 3.126
*BITRATE 4733
*PROFILE BEST
*ASPECT 16:9
*PROGRESSIVE
*BIAS 50
*DC_PREC 9
*MATRIX MPEG
*AQ 1
*LUMGAIN 0
*SMP
*PRIORITY IDLE
*WAIT 2
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<06/03/2009 18:55:28>
END VIDEO ENCODING OPERATIONS
Created File: E:\VIDEOTEMP\AVStoDVD\High School Musical 3 (Senior Year) 2008_0_Title_01.m2v (4289.1 MB)
OUTPUT VIDEO INFO: MPEG-2 Video - 5228 kbps - 720x480 - DAR 1.778 - 23.976 fps - PPF - 1:56:35 hours - 167728 frames
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<06/03/2009 18:55:29>
START TRANSCODING OPERATIONS
ReJig Parameters: -size 3951 -o "E:\VIDEOTEMP\AVStoDVD\High School Musical 3 (Senior Year) 2008_0_Title_01.ReJig.m2v" -i "E:\VIDEOTEMP\AVStoDVD\High School Musical 3 (Senior Year) 2008_0_Title_01.m2v" -auto -close -quiet
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<06/03/2009 19:07:17>
END TRANSCODING OPERATIONS
Transcoding excuted on File: E:\VIDEOTEMP\AVStoDVD\High School Musical 3 (Senior Year) 2008_0_Title_01.m2v (3950.8 MB)
OUTPUT VIDEO INFO: MPEG-2 Video - 4815 kbps - 720x480 - DAR 1.778 - 23.976 fps - PPF - 1:56:35 hours - 167728 frames
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<06/03/2009 19:21:07>
END PULLDOWN OPERATIONS
DGPulldown executed on File: E:\VIDEOTEMP\AVStoDVD\High School Musical 3 (Senior Year) 2008_0_Title_01.m2v (3950.8 MB)
OUTPUT VIDEO INFO: MPEG-2 Video - 4810 kbps - 720x480 - DAR 1.778 - 29.97 fps - PPF - 1:56:42 hours - 209867 frames
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<06/03/2009 19:21:07>
START AUDIO DEMUXING OPERATIONS
FFmpeg Parameters: -i "D:\High School Musical 3 Senior Year (2008).avi" -acodec copy "E:\VIDEOTEMP\AVStoDVD\High School Musical 3 (Senior Year) 2008_0_Title_01.ToFix.ac3"
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<06/03/2009 19:23:30>
END AUDIO ENCODING OPERATIONS
Created File: E:\VIDEOTEMP\AVStoDVD\High School Musical 3 (Senior Year) 2008_0_Title_01.ac3 (373.8 MB)
OUTPUT AUDIO INFO: AC3 - 448 kbps - CBR - 48000Hz - 6ch - 0 seconds
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<06/03/2009 19:23:40>
START DVD AUTHORING OPERATIONS
BatchMux Parameters: -arglist "F:\VIDEOFINISHED\AVStoDVD\High School Musical 3 (Senior Year) 2008_0_BatchMux.ini"
BatchMux ini file:
-d "E:\VIDEOTEMP\AVStoDVD\High School Musical 3 (Senior Year) 2008_0\VIDEO_TS"
-mxp "F:\VIDEOFINISHED\AVStoDVD\High School Musical 3 (Senior Year) 2008_0_MuxMan.mxp"
-l "F:\VIDEOFINISHED\AVStoDVD\High School Musical 3 (Senior Year) 2008_0_MuxMan.log"
-muxman "D:\Program Files\AVStoDVD\MuxMan"
-prio LOW
-v "E:\VIDEOTEMP\AVStoDVD\High School Musical 3 (Senior Year) 2008_0_Title_01.m2v"
-vidmode LB
-a1 "E:\VIDEOTEMP\AVStoDVD\High School Musical 3 (Senior Year) 2008_0_Title_01.ac3"
-a1lang en
-cellfr "F:\VIDEOFINISHED\AVStoDVD\High School Musical 3 (Senior Year) 2008_0_Title_01_MuxMan.txt"
-progfr "F:\VIDEOFINISHED\AVStoDVD\High School Musical 3 (Senior Year) 2008_0_Title_01_MuxMan.txt"
-chapfr "F:\VIDEOFINISHED\AVStoDVD\High School Musical 3 (Senior Year) 2008_0_Title_01_MuxMan.txt"
-SEG2v "F:\VIDEOFINISHED\AVStoDVD\High School Musical 3 (Senior Year) 2008_0_Menu.bmp"
-SEG2vidmode LB
-SEG2s1 "F:\VIDEOFINISHED\AVStoDVD\High School Musical 3 (Senior Year) 2008_0_Menu.sst"
-SEG2s1dmode WIDE_LB
-SEG2hlmnu "F:\VIDEOFINISHED\AVStoDVD\High School Musical 3 (Senior Year) 2008_0_Buttons.mnu"
-SEG2hlcsm "D:\Program Files\AVStoDVD\Menu\Highlight_Scheme.csm"
-hcn "F:\VIDEOFINISHED\AVStoDVD\High School Musical 3 (Senior Year) 2008_0_BatchMux.hcn"
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<06/03/2009 19:38:00>
END DVD AUTHORING OPERATIONS
Created Folder: E:\VIDEOTEMP\AVStoDVD\High School Musical 3 (Senior Year) 2008_0 (4417.2 MB)
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<06/03/2009 19:38:00>
Log file created by AVStoDVD Release 2.1.4
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Old 7th March 2009, 17:58   #747  |  Link
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anyone know how i can get bluray to convert to dvd with subtitles? I tried demuxing the SUP file from the m2ts stream and avstodvd recognizes the SUP file but the subtitles do not show up in the resulting DVD.
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Old 8th March 2009, 08:08   #748  |  Link
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You may want to try BDSup2Sub
http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=145277
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Old 8th March 2009, 15:36   #749  |  Link
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@Pulp Catalyst

1. Where did you get that AVI? It has a NTSC 23.976 fps source to be pulldown (AVStoDVD did that, see DGPulldown section) to NTSC 29.97 fps. If source video is smooth, then output mpeg2 jerkiness is very very strange.

2. DAR is 1.875 and not 1.778. If source image is not distorted, applying small black bars (10 pixels) up and down is correct.


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Just to be sure, have you switched on the subtitles when you have played the DVD?



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Just to be sure, have you switched on the subtitles when you have played the DVD?



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Yup, the DVD player recognizes that the subtitle is there but when you turn it on nothing shows up.
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Ok. AVStoDVD takes SUP subtitles "as they are" without changes and mux them with video and audio.

Maybe you have to adjust them for DVD. I do not know BDSup2Sub, but it could be a good idea to give it a try.



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Ok. AVStoDVD takes SUP subtitles "as they are" without changes and mux them with video and audio.

Maybe you have to adjust them for DVD. I do not know BDSup2Sub, but it could be a good idea to give it a try.



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Odd, then I must be doing something wrong. I tried it on two different BD discs, and the results were the same. DVD Player thinks there's an english subtitle there but when i switch it on nothing displays.
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Hi!

Read the multiple "stickies" at the top of the "Subtitles" sub-forum here...
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Hi!

Read the multiple "stickies" at the top of the "Subtitles" sub-forum here...
I see the various stickies and various programs that will potentially allow me to do what I want, but I'd rather if AVStoDVD can do it for me. I like AVStoDVD quite a bit so far and if it can do the subtitle then there's no need for me to add more steps.

So in other words, if I'm doing something wrong with AVStoDVD (ie. AVStoDVD does do BD SUP properly) then I'd love to figure this out. If AVStoDVD cannot handle BD SUP files properly yet, then I will start playing with some of the programs listed in the stickies.

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So in other words, if I'm doing something wrong with AVStoDVD (ie. AVStoDVD does do BD SUP properly) then I'd love to figure this out. If AVStoDVD cannot handle BD SUP files properly yet, then I will start playing with some of the programs listed in the stickies.
I have never tried BD SUP, so I cannot say if AVStoDVD can handle them. Please send your SUP file to me (avstodvd@gmail.com) and I will do my best to see what we can do.



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I have downloaded your SUP file and feeded into BDSup2Sup, without success: the sw recognizes only 1.195 seconds with no text.

You should address the issue directly to BDSup2Sup authour, because I fear that is the only viable solution right now.

SubtitleCreator should be upgraded to support BD subs very soon. Let's wait.



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I have downloaded your SUP file and feeded into BDSup2Sup, without success: the sw recognizes only 1.195 seconds with no text.

You should address the issue directly to BDSup2Sup authour, because I fear that is the only viable solution right now.

SubtitleCreator should be upgraded to support BD subs very soon. Let's wait.



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thanks for looking into this. Isn't BDSup2Sub designed for BD SUP files? Now i'm wondering if my SUP file is either corrupt or if I demuxed it incorrectly. I will play around with it when i get a chance.
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i have 2 files, CD1 and CD2, how do i tell AVStoDVD to treat both of these files as one title?
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Got an odd little problem with the latest build. I use AVStoDVD to convert a lot of music videos. In the past many were PAL WS 4:3 VOB's stripped from Promo DVDs. I convert them to 16:9 NTSC. Lately I've been grabbing x264 rips and converting with no problems.

I recently grabbed a couple of PAL VOB's and both have audio sync problems when converted.

Here's the details:

Format : MPEG-PS
File size : 204 MiB
Duration : 3mn 36s
Overall bit rate : 7 915 Kbps

Video
ID : 224 (0xE0)
Format : MPEG Video
Format version : Version 2
Format profile : Main@Main
Format settings, Matrix : Default
Duration : 3mn 36s
Bit rate mode : Constant
Bit rate : 7 109 Kbps
Nominal bit rate : 8 300 Kbps
Width : 720 pixels
Height : 576 pixels
Display aspect ratio : 16/9
Frame rate : 25.000 fps
Standard : PAL
Colorimetry : 4:2:0
Scan type : Interlaced
Scan order : Top Field First
Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.801

Audio
ID : 128 (0x80)
Format : AC-3
Format/Info : Audio Coding 3
Duration : 3mn 36s
Bit rate mode : Constant
Bit rate : 256 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Channel positions : L R
Sampling rate : 48.0 KHz

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Format : MPEG-PS
File size : 170 MiB
Duration : 4mn 5s
Overall bit rate : 5 803 Kbps
Writing library : encoded by TMPGEnc (ver. 2.524.63.181)

Video
ID : 224 (0xE0)
Format : MPEG Video
Format version : Version 2
Format profile : Main@Main
Format settings, Matrix : Default
Duration : 4mn 5s
Bit rate mode : Constant
Bit rate : 5 144 Kbps
Nominal bit rate : 8 000 Kbps
Width : 720 pixels
Height : 576 pixels
Display aspect ratio : 4/3
Frame rate : 25.000 fps
Standard : PAL
Colorimetry : 4:2:0
Scan type : Progressive
Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.772
Writing library : TMPGEnc 2.524.63.181

Audio
ID : 128 (0x80)
Format : AC-3
Format/Info : Audio Coding 3
Duration : 4mn 5s
Bit rate mode : Constant
Bit rate : 256 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Channel positions : L R
Sampling rate : 48.0 KHz

I have tried Quenc and HCenc. I have tried with keep compliant audio steams and without.

Here's the log from the 2nd one:

<3/13/2009 11:38:00 AM>
START PROCESS
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<3/13/2009 11:38:00 AM>
DVD SETTINGS
DVD Titles number: 1
DVD Video Standard: NTSC
DVD Size: 183/4435 MB (4%)
DVD Output Setup: MPEG2 File

Delete Temp Process Files: Yes
Delete Working Files: Yes
Edit Command Parameters: No
Save Log file: Yes
Output Folder: C:\TEMP\AVStoDVD
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<3/13/2009 11:38:00 AM>
TITLE 1 SOURCE FILES
Video: C:\Documents and Settings\Johnny\My Documents\Downloads\M Vids\HOT_CHiCKS_iN_DA_MiX-DVDR-2009-DmW\HOT_CHiCKS_iN_DA_MiX-DVDR-2009-DmW.vob
Info: MPEG-2 Video - 5452 kbps - 720x576 - DAR 1.333 - 25 fps - PPF - 4:05 minutes - 6139 frames
Audio: C:\Documents and Settings\Johnny\My Documents\Downloads\M Vids\HOT_CHiCKS_iN_DA_MiX-DVDR-2009-DmW\HOT_CHiCKS_iN_DA_MiX-DVDR-2009-DmW.vob
Info: AC3 - 256 kbps - CBR - 48000Hz - 2ch - 4:05 minutes
Subs:
[MediaInfoLib - v0.7.10]
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<3/13/2009 11:38:00 AM>
AVISYNTH SCRIPT
Video = DirectShowSource("C:\Documents and Settings\Johnny\My Documents\Downloads\M Vids\HOT_CHiCKS_iN_DA_MiX-DVDR-2009-DmW\HOT_CHiCKS_iN_DA_MiX-DVDR-2009-DmW.vob", convertfps=true, audio=false)
Video = Video.ConvertToYV12
#Using DGPulldown to upsize FPS
Video = Video.Lanczos4Resize(720,480,0,66,0,-66)

Return Video
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<3/13/2009 11:38:07 AM>
START VIDEO ENCODING OPERATIONS
Encoding Profile: HCenc OPV 1-pass
Target Video FileSize: 176 MB
HCenc Parameters: -ini "C:\DOCUME~1\Johnny\LOCALS~1\Temp\HOT_CHiCKS_iN_DA_MiX-DVDR-2009-DmW_0_Title_01.HCenc.ini"
HCenc ini file:
*INFILE C:\DOCUME~1\Johnny\LOCALS~1\Temp\HOT_CHiCKS_iN_DA_MiX-DVDR-2009-DmW_0_Title_01.avs
*AVSRELOAD
*OUTFILE C:\TEMP\AVStoDVD\HOT_CHiCKS_iN_DA_MiX-DVDR-2009-DmW_0_Title_01.m2v
*LOGFILE C:\DOCUME~1\Johnny\LOCALS~1\Temp\HOT_CHiCKS_iN_DA_MiX-DVDR-2009-DmW_0_Title_01.HCenc.log
*MAXBITRATE 9000
*CQ_MAXBITRATE 2.07
*BITRATE 6000
*PROFILE BEST
*ASPECT 16:9
*PROGRESSIVE
*BIAS 60
*DC_PREC 9
*MATRIX MPEG
*AQ 1
*LUMGAIN 0
*SMP
*PRIORITY IDLE
*WAIT 2
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<3/13/2009 11:40:18 AM>
END VIDEO ENCODING OPERATIONS
Created File: C:\TEMP\AVStoDVD\HOT_CHiCKS_iN_DA_MiX-DVDR-2009-DmW_0_Title_01.m2v (184.6 MB)
OUTPUT VIDEO INFO: MPEG-2 Video - 6405 kbps - 720x480 - DAR 1.778 - 25 fps - PPF - 4:05 minutes - 6144 frames
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<3/13/2009 11:40:18 AM>
START TRANSCODING OPERATIONS
ReJig Parameters: -size 175 -o "C:\TEMP\AVStoDVD\HOT_CHiCKS_iN_DA_MiX-DVDR-2009-DmW_0_Title_01.ReJig.m2v" -i "C:\TEMP\AVStoDVD\HOT_CHiCKS_iN_DA_MiX-DVDR-2009-DmW_0_Title_01.m2v" -auto -close -quiet
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<3/13/2009 11:40:23 AM>
END TRANSCODING OPERATIONS
Transcoding excuted on File: C:\TEMP\AVStoDVD\HOT_CHiCKS_iN_DA_MiX-DVDR-2009-DmW_0_Title_01.m2v (174.7 MB)
OUTPUT VIDEO INFO: MPEG-2 Video - 6064 kbps - 720x480 - DAR 1.778 - 25 fps - PPF - 4:05 minutes - 6144 frames
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<3/13/2009 11:40:33 AM>
END PULLDOWN OPERATIONS
DGPulldown executed on File: C:\TEMP\AVStoDVD\HOT_CHiCKS_iN_DA_MiX-DVDR-2009-DmW_0_Title_01.m2v (174.7 MB)
OUTPUT VIDEO INFO: MPEG-2 Video - 6066 kbps - 720x480 - DAR 1.778 - 29.97 fps - PPF - 4:05 minutes - 7364 frames
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<3/13/2009 11:40:33 AM>
START AUDIO DEMUXING OPERATIONS
FFmpeg Parameters: -i "C:\Documents and Settings\Johnny\My Documents\Downloads\M Vids\HOT_CHiCKS_iN_DA_MiX-DVDR-2009-DmW\HOT_CHiCKS_iN_DA_MiX-DVDR-2009-DmW.vob" -acodec copy "C:\TEMP\AVStoDVD\HOT_CHiCKS_iN_DA_MiX-DVDR-2009-DmW_0_Title_01.ToFix.ac3"
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END AUDIO ENCODING OPERATIONS
Created File: C:\TEMP\AVStoDVD\HOT_CHiCKS_iN_DA_MiX-DVDR-2009-DmW_0_Title_01.ac3 (7.5 MB)
OUTPUT AUDIO INFO: AC3 - 256 kbps - CBR - 48000Hz - 2ch - 0 seconds
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START MUXING OPERATIONS
ImagoMPEG-Muxer Parameters: "C:\TEMP\AVStoDVD\HOT_CHiCKS_iN_DA_MiX-DVDR-2009-DmW_0_Title_01.m2v" "C:\TEMP\AVStoDVD\HOT_CHiCKS_iN_DA_MiX-DVDR-2009-DmW_0_Title_01.ac3" -o
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END MUXING OPERATIONS
Created File: C:\TEMP\AVStoDVD\HOT_CHiCKS_iN_DA_MiX-DVDR-2009-DmW_0_Title_01.mpg (186 MB)
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Log file created by AVStoDVD Release 2.1.4
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When watching the audio conversion DOS screen I notice it says 6 channel which these are not. I believe in the past I was was using a pre-Aften version.

Note both these are properly converted with ConvertXtoDVD3.
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No, you cannot. You have to merge them with another tool (i.e. VirtualDub) and then feed the resulting AVI into AVStoDVD

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If you have already tried with and without "Keep DVD Audio" and if your source vob is originally in sync, then you can try to:
- remove the "fix AC3 errors" flag from the Settings
- edit the AVS script and sobstitute #Using DGPulldown to upsize FPS with Video=Video.ChangeFPS(29.97) (video could be more jerky)
- use a previous AVStoDVD release (i.e. 2.1.0) that used VirtualDubMod as audio demuxer instead of FFMpeg
- send me a sample of the vob

Let me know



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