I've used ffmpegX for years, but recently after having to reinstal the program, it's stopped working, and gives this error:
I noticed that the mpeg2enc file ends with .intel... Is this an intel version only??? ie Not for PPC processors?Encoding started on Fri Feb 15 19:09:09 EST 2013
MEncoder dev-CVS-051126-18:35-3.3 (C) 2000-2005 MPlayer Team
Mac OSX static build for ffmpegX
libdvdread: Can't open file VIDEO_TS.IFO.
Can't open VMG info!
Reading disc structure, please wait...
File not found: '1'
Failed to open dvd://1
Cannot open file/device.
Or is there something else going wrong? I can't find a non-.intel file to try...
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From the website: "To comply with copyright laws, the program will not allow to select an encrypted DVD device disk as input."
When transcoding from DVD content, select the VIDEO_TS folder (on your HD) as input. And use a mencoder preset.
By the way, mpeg2enc is not used when encoding with mencoder (as your log message shows). (If something were wrong with mpeg2enc, it would not have an effect on mencoder encodings.)
Last edited by Case; 15th Feb 2013 at 13:15.
Thanks for the reply, Case.
The odd thing is, the file I was trying to convert was on one of my 2 internal hard drives - not an optical drive... (In fact, I've removed the optical drive from my PowerMac and replaced it with an ATA hard drive) - though this was not where the file was located, it was on the 2nd SATA slot of my PowerMac.
I was attempting to convert a 1920x1080 PAL file (created by Final Cut Pro) into an AVI...
Good to hear that the .intel file is Universal... The installer window does not pop up when the app is opened...
Any other thoughts?