everything goes fine up until besweet starts reencoding the audio to 48k - and it freezes dead solid at 6 minutes in. i dunno if toolame isn't implemented yet (as to why it's greyed out) but i can't use it and i've no idea what to do now.
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Have you tried using *exactly* the settings on BeSweet as posted here (on the left in the Convert guide area)?"Like a knife, he cuts through life, like every day's his last" -- Mr. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
i'm talking more or less whatever SVCD2DVD uses as the normal settings is freezing it up.
So that program calls BeSweet? Is there anyway you can convert your audio in advance? Even if you can't feed the results into that VCD program, at least by converting your audio yourself you can try and determine where the error is (because that VCD program is probably calling BeSweet with command line parameters)."Like a knife, he cuts through life, like every day's his last" -- Mr. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
In this version of svcd2dvdmpg, besweet is invoked as follows:
besweet.exe -core( -input "infile.mp2" -output "outfile.mp2" ) -ssrc( --rate 48000 ) -2lame( -m s -b 224 -e )
at least by converting your audio yourself you can try and determine where the error is
okay, so i have the separate ac3 (had to do it manually from the mpg, no problem there), and an mpv file, but what's a good program to put them onto a DVD? the old spruceup doesn't accept the mpv file..?