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  1. I have an VCD that has some pixelations and blocks during play. When I play it when it "hits" comes to pixelations and blocks it caused the vid to hang up. I tried to import it into TMPEnc for re-encoding but TMPEnc came up with "File cannot open or unsupported" message. Trying with VirtualDub got the folowing messge: "Mpeg import filter: packet sync error on packet stream . Can this be fixed? Picture quality is perfect it just hangs up everytime with the few "blocks" and "pixelations"
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    sounds like you have a bad file. get the source file and remake the vcd.
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  3. no shot at getting the source file. Isnt there some way just to cut out the "bad parts"
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  4. Yes, you can use TMPGEnc to cut out parts of the mpg-file and save the cutted file with a different name.

    Edit: Ooops, I missed that you had a VCD . Use VCDEasy to convert the .Dat to .mpg and then useTMPGEnc to cut the file.

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    Use vcdeasy or isobuster to extract the mpg from the vcd,programs like the ones you mentioned dont like the headers put on the dat file plus pixelations you see on your dvd player might mean the vcd is still ok but needs to be reburned to better media at lower burn speeds.
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  6. so just use vcdeasy or isobuster extract the mpeg, than reburn or edit with Virtual Dub or TMPEG. May be a dumb ? sorry guys its 2a.m. here
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    You can make your cuts with TMPGEnc using Merge & Cut in MPEG Tools. If you use Virtualdub you'll have to save as avi.
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  8. ok extracted using isobuster but TMPEG still will not take it also when I try to use Virtual Dub it is giving me the same error message. Completely stumped!
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  9. Run it through VCDGear with "fix mpeg" enabled.
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  10. used VCDGEAR and it took a 711mb file and after it was done it was 225mb.Was that much of the file messed up? One more thing, it seemed to go to 33% and than just stop and about a second later it said complete.Any idea why it didnt finish it?
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    Your file is a piece of shit. Sorry.
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  12. yeah I know. Thinks for all the help.
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