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    Hey! Yeah Sorry - I have 2 job, I gotta feed my kid (My kid = My Computer, hahaha gotta make him eat some RAM bouhaha).

    Seems like Pulldown cannot detect the M2V.
    Does it Encode?
    My guess is that, there was a little typo in the Batch - which didn't make it Encode. Since it didn't encode, it didn't output a M2V file, and since it didn't output an M2V file, it can't pulldown.

    So i'm going to need a little bit of info.
    Can you copy/paste the batch header? (The big part with the @SET BLABLA=BLABLA).

    Also,
    Open with Notepad
    C:\EncodedVideo\Batch\Batch_for_blabla.bat

    and copy it here.
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  2. I apoligize in advance for the large post with the batches being copied and pasted but im also under the impression this is what its for ^_^. And for those of you who will say "just PM it then" id like to post this stuff up anyways for the other people in need of the same help perhaps.

    Hello,im using CCE to make this batch and i had the exact same problem at first but have no idea how it was fixed since i was just going into the batch and changing things all the time. The batch now creates the "batch_for_sc3" etc for each of my avi files in the folder. Those run just fine if i open it from there except when it brings up CCE, its doesnt start encoding (i have waited for some time just to make sure it wasnt delayed). If i hit the encode button everything is fine and it does exactly what it needs to after the encode is done etc:

    "C:\Program Files\Custom Technology\CCE SP Trial Version\cctspt.exe" -t "SamChamp4916" "F:\EncodedVideo\sc3.avs" -batch
    REN "F:\EncodedVideo\sc3.mpv" sc3.m2v
    "C:\Program Files\DVD2SVCD\pulldown\pulldown.exe" F:\EncodedVideo\sc3.m2v F:\EncodedVideo\encodedsc3.m2v -run -exit
    "C:\Program Files\DVD2SVCD\besweet\besweet.exe" -core( -input "F:\OriginalAVI\sc3.avi" -output "F:\EncodedVideo\sc3.mp2" -logfilea "C:\Program Files\DVD2SVCD\besweet\BeSweet.log" ) -ssrc( --rate 48000 ) -toolame( -m s -b 192 )
    "C:\Program Files\DVD2SVCD\dvdauthor\mplex.exe" -f 8 -o "F:\EncodedVideo\sc3.mpg" "F:\EncodedVideo\encodedsc3.m2v" "F:\EncodedVideo\sc3.mp2"
    DEL "F:\EncodedVideo\sc3.m2v"

    The "mainencode.bat" didnt work until i went in and added the full path to each ADD "batch_for_sc3". that works fine now as does everything except that the CCE sits and doesnt go any further after it opens. As i said if i manually hit the "Encode" button, the file will encode and then the batch will take over and finish as it is supposed to.

    Thanks in advance for the help.

    And if they are needed here are my "mainencoding.bat":

    ::MAIN ENCODING BATCH
    @echo off
    CALL "F:\OriginalAVI\batch_for_sc2.bat"
    CALL "F:\OriginalAVI\batch_for_sc10.bat"
    CALL "F:\OriginalAVI\batch_for_sc11.bat"
    CALL "F:\OriginalAVI\batch_for_sc12.bat"
    CALL "F:\OriginalAVI\batch_for_sc13.bat"
    CALL "F:\OriginalAVI\batch_for_sc14.bat"
    CALL "F:\OriginalAVI\batch_for_sc15.bat"
    CALL "F:\OriginalAVI\batch_for_sc16.bat"
    CALL "F:\OriginalAVI\batch_for_sc17.bat"
    CALL "F:\OriginalAVI\batch_for_sc18.bat"
    CALL "F:\OriginalAVI\batch_for_sc19.bat"
    CALL "F:\OriginalAVI\batch_for_sc2.bat"
    CALL "F:\OriginalAVI\batch_for_sc20.bat"
    CALL "F:\OriginalAVI\batch_for_sc21.bat"
    CALL "F:\OriginalAVI\batch_for_sc22.bat"
    CALL "F:\OriginalAVI\batch_for_sc23.bat"
    CALL "F:\OriginalAVI\batch_for_sc24.bat"
    CALL "F:\OriginalAVI\batch_for_sc25.bat"
    CALL "F:\OriginalAVI\batch_for_sc26.bat"
    CALL "F:\OriginalAVI\batch_for_sc3.bat"
    CALL "F:\OriginalAVI\batch_for_sc4.bat"
    CALL "F:\OriginalAVI\batch_for_sc5.bat"
    CALL "F:\OriginalAVI\batch_for_sc6.bat"
    CALL "F:\OriginalAVI\batch_for_sc7.bat"
    CALL "F:\OriginalAVI\batch_for_sc8.bat"
    CALL "F:\OriginalAVI\batch_for_sc9.bat"

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    And my "batchconvert.bat":

    :::ECC Encoding Batch Generator!
    @echo off

    :: Resize type (Bicubic, Lanczos, Lanczos4)
    @set resize=Lanczos

    :: Resize Value
    @set width=660
    @set height=440

    :: AddBorders Value
    @set topbottom=20
    @set leftright=30

    :: Audio Bitrate
    @set audiobitrate=192

    :: Path for encoded video
    @set encodedvideo=F:\EncodedVideo

    :: Path for source videos
    @set sourcevideo=F:\OriginalAVI

    :: CCE Template Name
    @set template=SamChamp4916

    :: Path to CCEFRONT.exe
    @set cce=C:\Program Files\Custom Technology\CCE SP Trial Version\cctspt.exe

    :: Path for DVD2SVCD
    @set dvd2svcd=C:\Program Files\DVD2SVCD

    :: Do not change below unless you know what you're doing!
    @set besweetdir=%dvd2svcd%\besweet
    @set besweetexe=%besweetdir%\besweet.exe
    @set pulldown=%dvd2svcd%\pulldown\pulldown.exe
    @set mplex=%dvd2svcd%\dvdauthor\mplex.exe

    :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::
    :: DO NOT CHANGE ANYTHING BELOW UNLESS YOU KNOW WHAT YOU'RE DOING!! ::
    :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::
    echo Generating Batch, tutututut - please be patient.
    echo ::MAIN ENCODING BATCH > mainencoding.bat
    echo @echo off >> mainencoding.bat

    MKDIR %encodedvideo%\Batch

    for %%x in (*.avi) do (
    echo.AVISource^("%sourcevideo%\%%x"^)
    echo.%resize%Resize^(%width%,%height%^)
    echo.AddBorders^(%leftright%,%topbottom%,%leftrigh t%,%topbottom%^)
    echo.ConvertToYUY2^(^)
    ) > "%%~nx.avs"

    for %%x in (*.avi) do (
    echo."%cce%" -t "%template%" "%encodedvideo%\%%~nx.avs" -batch
    echo.REN "%encodedvideo%\%%~nx.mpv" %%~nx.m2v
    echo."%pulldown%" %encodedvideo%\%%~nx.m2v %encodedvideo%\encoded%%~nx.m2v -run -exit
    echo."%besweetexe%" -core^( -input "%sourcevideo%\%%~nx.avi" -output "%encodedvideo%\%%~nx.mp2" -logfilea "%besweetdir%\BeSweet.log" ^) -ssrc^( --rate 48000 ^) -toolame^( -m s -b %audiobitrate% ^)
    echo."%mplex%" -f 8 -o "%encodedvideo%\%%~nx.mpg" "%encodedvideo%\encoded%%~nx.m2v" "%encodedvideo%\%%~nx.mp2"
    echo.DEL "%encodedvideo%\%%~nx.m2v"
    ) > "batch_for_%%~nx.bat"

    for %%x in (*.avi) do (
    echo.CALL "batch_for_%%~nx.bat"
    ) >> mainencoding.bat

    for %%x in (*.avi) do (
    MOVE "%sourcevideo%\%%~nx.avs" "%encodedvideo%"
    )

    move "mainencoding.bat" "%encodedvideo%\batch"

    echo.
    echo.
    echo.
    echo.
    echo Batch Creation Finished! hehe - Now you just have to open MainEncoding.bat !!
    pause
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    arg! I'm a baka (idiot, in japanese, hahaha too much anime)

    If you check the QUENC and CCE difference, you'll see that I miscopied and forgot one line.

    It is supposed to be

    for %%x in (*.avi) do (
    MOVE "%sourcevideo%\%%~nx.avs" "%encodedvideo%"
    MOVE "batch_for_%%~nx.bat" "%encodedvideo%\batch"
    )

    Instead of just

    for %%x in (*.avi) do (
    MOVE "%sourcevideo%\%%~nx.avs" "%encodedvideo%"
    )

    This will move the AVS files, but will forget to move the "Batch_for" files. That's why opening MainConvert.bat will not call the other batch files.. Damn, I had it good in the Quenc Tut. hahaha. Well another thing added to my list.

    As for CCE that doesnt encode. Try with CCEFRONT (as suggest in the batch, it says "path for ccefront"). Some people have issues with the trial version of SP 2.70.
    get it and redirect it to ccefront.exe instead of cctcp.exe

    It should work ;O!
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  4. Reset it for ccefront.exe, Worked like a charm thanks.
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    Originally Posted by shintei
    Reset it for ccefront.exe, Worked like a charm thanks.
    YEAH!!! Wohooo! happy it works!

    btw, tutorial upgraded. it's now 2.1!
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  6. I must be the ONLY person who can't get this to work!!!!

    Ok, new tut is awesome, and I started from scratch. I uninstalled, reinstalled all parts, DVD2SVCD, extracted ffmpeg to the program files dir, and made sure the VOB dll file was in the besweet folder.

    Create the .avs file for the first episode, open it in media classic, and it plays. However, the sound is off from the video in the avs file. Is that supposed to happen? Anyway, moving on.....

    Next I copy/paste the batch file into notepad, and save it as batchencode.bat. Run this and it completes with no errors. Good. Now I go into the c:\avisource\Encodedvideo\batch\ directory, and find the mainencoding.bat, batch_for_destiny01.bat, and batch_for_destiny02.bat as I'm supposed to have. I run mainencoding.bat and get the following:

    '""' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
    operable program or batch file.
    PULLDOWN - v0.99d, by Hard Code.
    [Based on sources by Brent Beyeler (beyeler@home.com)]

    Unable to open file C:\AviSource\EncodedVideo\Destiny01.m2v for reading.
    BeSweet v1.5b26 by DSPguru.
    --------------------------

    [00:02:20:280] transcoding ...

    and it encodes the audio portion of the video files....

    What am I doing wrong here????? ARGH!
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    my bad. I couldn't upload the latest version of the batch for ffmpeg, due to the cheap host. arg.

    I just did it again. what happened is that in that version I forgot to replace @set quenc to @set ffmpeg. It messed the whole encoding thing off.

    It's not updated, sorry for the inconvenience, I wouldn't thought someone would be checking the tutorial 2 hours after I set it up =| baka me.

    Sorry man. It seems im giving you a hard time. I just didn't have alot of time to test out FFMPEG =\\\\\\\\.

    It should work now. Im currently converting it with with ffmpeg.

    once again, sorry man.
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  8. No way man, it's not you, you've done more to help me out than I can thank you for! These tuts are great.

    I'll try the changes you made, and see what happens.

    Ok, here's the result:

    With the new batches, all is great, sort of....

    Video converts A-OK! No errors on anything, however, the audio is messed up BIG time, it's waaaay off. I checked the framerate, and it's 23.97 for both. So Pulldown is set to YES, But as I said before, I see the audio shift just by running the AVS file. Any ideas where to go from here?

    At least I'm halfway there.

    EDIT:

    YATTA! I got it to work! WOOHOO!

    I switched the Pulldown to NO, and the sound is right on with the video.

    Thanks Aktee!
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    WOHOOOOOOOOO! yeah!! hehe works for another guy =D

    i feel happy.

    here are my future plan:
    test ogm again.
    add basic authoring script (output vob and ifo in video_ts folder. no menu)
    add mkv.

    and modify the source code of mediainfo, so it can output FPS only, so there will be a pulldown detector in the batch. ohh!! :O!!

    anyway glad it worked ehhe.
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    I got a problem.

    But, first let me start off by saying that this Guide "ROCKS".
    The Quality with CCE is just amazing.

    But I was doing Batch Encoding last night, and I Switched User on my PC(I am running XP Pro), I got up this morning, and the Batch Encoding and only Encoded the Current Video which was on the Night before. Then when I login to my PC, it continues with the Next Episode of Encoding. Which means, a Whole Night with No Encoding.

    Does anyone understand what I am talking about?

    Would it carry on Encoding through the night if I do not Switch User at Night Time?

    Thanks and Later.
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    hmm. this would depends on how you switch user. I think that "Fast-User Switching" enables you to have 2 user logged on the same time, while doing specific task. While the other logon type, will kind of "hibernate" the user, then logoff, and logon the second user. I think that's what your computer did.

    Safest way is still to not switch user at night time. Or... Switch user, start the batch, and let the guy deal with CCE poping everywhere =D.

    thanks for the comments btw, hehehee.
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    OK, well I do use Fast-User Switching.
    And from now on, when I do Encode, I will leave my PC On and not Switch User. ^^

    And I managed to make my Anime DVD and the Qualiy is Great, except for the SubTitles which are a little bit Blury. I did say a little bit, but they are Still VERY CLEAR.

    So this guide WORKS 100% and I LOVE it.

    Great Job Atkee. ^^
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  13. Ok, I have the conversion working, but I get an error when I try to make a DVD out of these eps. Because the fps is left at 23.98, as I stated before, it tells me it's not a valid DVD fps. I tried to force it, and the 1st half of each ep is fine, but the audio goes off-synch for the rest...

    I guess what I'm trying to ask, as a noob, what's the best place to head from here? What do you use to compose your DVDs with? I'm gonna try DVDlab, and see if I can make an iso for a DVD from there.........

    So I'm almost there!!!!!! Almost.
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    you cant author from there. you must have 29fps videos..

    you said that even with the avisynth file, the audio was out of sync? what's in your avs files?
    are you sure the audio are not out of sync at the first place? it seems like it's a problem with your AVI files.. hmm...

    *edit* im currently downloading gundam seed destiny so I can convert it later.



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    hey, hm.. try replacing AVIsource by DirectShowSource in the avs file. and tell me if its out of sync
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  15. Ok, here is what I've done.

    I tried a whole new series (Bleach) to test with, and using the same avs file I used for my Gundam Seed Destiny, just changing the name of the vid, it plays perfectly with no lag in the audio. So maybe it IS something to do with the SEED eps? But they play just fine as AVIs, and converting them without pulldown results in synched video as well......

    Here's the avs file I used for Bleach:

    avisource("c:\AviSource\bleach01.avi")
    LanczosResize(660,440)
    AddBorders(30,20,30,20)

    And Destiny:
    avisource("c:\AviSource\Destiny01.avi")
    LanczosResize(660,440)
    AddBorders(30,20,30,20)

    Replacing with Directshowsource gives me an error.

    I ran G-spot on these 2 files, Bleach01 and Destiny01. Here are the results, maybe this will help:

    Destiny:
    Strem Type and A/V Interleave:
    Type: OpenDML AVI IMRR: 1.00
    I/L: 1 vid frame (42 ms), p=480 Split: No
    Video: Codec:
    4CC: XVID Name: XVID
    Bitrate: 1229 kb/ FPS: 23.97 Qf: 0.167 bits/pixel
    Audio Codec:
    Name: 0x0055(MP3) ID'd as MPEG-1 Layer 3
    Bitrate: 128 kb/s (64/ch, stereo) CBR
    Fs 48000Hz

    Bleach:
    Strem Type and A/V Interleave:
    Type: OpenDML AVI IMRR: 1.00
    I/L: 1 vid frame (42 ms) Split: Yes
    Video: Codec:
    4CC: XVID Name: XVID
    Bitrate: 921 kb/ FPS: 23.97 Qf: 0.125 bits/pixel
    Audio Codec:
    Name: 0x0055(MP3) ID'd as MPEG-1 Layer 3
    Bitrate: 128 kb/s (64/ch, stereo) CBR
    Fs 48000Hz

    I would hate to think that I can't convert these Destiny files, as I really like this series.
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  16. Hi man you rock.

    The updated tut fixed my previous problem. Thanks.

    But somehow I messed up again. I ran the batch. Got all the files and then tried to burn with TMPGEnc DVD Author 1.6.

    But after watching the DVD I realized that the audio needs to be added to each file. Duh. If you have the time, for those helpless people like me, could you add a section on burning. Or at least a note about adding audio. Just in case.

    Thanks!!
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    you're using the CCE version, right?
    I just found out that with CCEFRONT, it messes with the Mplex part, which means: Adding audio for each file..

    thank you for reminding me, I have updated it on my hdd but forgot to update =\\\.

    and.. sure, I'll make a little tutorial on burning.
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    Originally Posted by kodaikun
    Ok, here is what I've done.

    I tried a whole new series (Bleach) to test with, and using the same avs file I used for my Gundam Seed Destiny, just changing the name of the vid, it plays perfectly with no lag in the audio. So maybe it IS something to do with the SEED eps? But they play just fine as AVIs, and converting them without pulldown results in synched video as well......

    Here's the avs file I used for Bleach:

    avisource("c:\AviSource\bleach01.avi")
    LanczosResize(660,440)
    AddBorders(30,20,30,20)

    And Destiny:
    avisource("c:\AviSource\Destiny01.avi")
    LanczosResize(660,440)
    AddBorders(30,20,30,20)

    Replacing with Directshowsource gives me an error.

    I ran G-spot on these 2 files, Bleach01 and Destiny01. Here are the results, maybe this will help:

    Destiny:
    Strem Type and A/V Interleave:
    Type: OpenDML AVI IMRR: 1.00
    I/L: 1 vid frame (42 ms), p=480 Split: No
    Video: Codec:
    4CC: XVID Name: XVID
    Bitrate: 1229 kb/ FPS: 23.97 Qf: 0.167 bits/pixel
    Audio Codec:
    Name: 0x0055(MP3) ID'd as MPEG-1 Layer 3
    Bitrate: 128 kb/s (64/ch, stereo) CBR
    Fs 48000Hz

    Bleach:
    Strem Type and A/V Interleave:
    Type: OpenDML AVI IMRR: 1.00
    I/L: 1 vid frame (42 ms) Split: Yes
    Video: Codec:
    4CC: XVID Name: XVID
    Bitrate: 921 kb/ FPS: 23.97 Qf: 0.125 bits/pixel
    Audio Codec:
    Name: 0x0055(MP3) ID'd as MPEG-1 Layer 3
    Bitrate: 128 kb/s (64/ch, stereo) CBR
    Fs 48000Hz

    I would hate to think that I can't convert these Destiny files, as I really like this series.
    hmmm.... im clueless..
    you're doing it with FFMPEG right? could you try with Quenc, just with one episode.

    if this don't work, let's do it manually.
    hmm... hmm... let me think..

    ---
    edit
    ---

    btw, try this.
    DirectShowSource("d:\narutodvd\batch\naruto1.avi",23.976)

    just replace the "d:\narutodvd" thing.
    Avisynth is picky. I completefly forgot that you must include fps with directshowsource bouhaha. =\\..

    try that..

    if it's still out of sync...
    get FourCC Code Changer. If you got K-Lite Codec Pack, it's included. [http://www.divx-digest.com/software/avifourcc.html]
    we're going to test it on 1 episode.. so backup that episode, copy it somewhere.
    Open the program. Press Browse Icon (the little folder) and select the backup video you just made. in FourCC Used Codec, it's supposedly written XVID.
    Instead, select DIVX. press APPLY.
    and test the video (without avisynth). see if it's out of sync. If it is, stop right here =\\.
    if it's not, try with the Avisynth script now.
    if it's still not out of sync, try to encode.


    but tell me, how do you know something is out of sync? by fully watching it or by opening it, watching for 15 seconds, and drag the bar to the end and watch the last 2 mins?
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  19. Ok, I'll try it with Quenc tomorrow when I get home from work and I'm not so tired! When this stuff doesn't work right, it really takes it out of you.....

    Anyway, I made the changes you mentioned for directshowsource, but it also was waay off the audio.......

    How do I know it's out of sync? I only have to watch the first 10 seconds to see it go off. From that point on it falls further and further behind. It's almost like the video is going too fast, resulting in the audio being left behind....

    Also used the FourCC changer, and it won't open the file once the change has been made.

    Sorry for being such a pain!
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    hey. be sure to close fourcc code changer, before opening the video. it happened to me alot of time.

    this happens to all episode right? =\\\..

    Hey, can you give me a very very detailed specs of the video? try with MediaInfo.
    http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/mediainfo/MediaInfo_GUI_Win32_0.6.1.1_Installer.exe?download

    that's super detailed.
    it's okay man. i just feel bad my tutorial doesn't work for someone. HAHAHA. and.. gundam seed destiny is a popular anime. it would be gay if all gundam seed destiny fans couldn't be converting..



    anyway, i'm sure of something: something is wrong in the AVI, and avisynth makes it worse. =\\.
    let's just find out what
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  21. Oooops, didn't close that program, No real difference, still was out of sync with the video. WHY???? Geeez.....

    Ok, here's the spec for Destiny01 - from Mediainfo: (The ORIGINAL file)

    General
    Complete name : C:\video files\Destiny\Gundam SEED Destiny - 01.avi
    File size : 233 MiB
    Format : Audio Video Interleave
    Overal BitRate : 1365 Kbps
    PlayTime : 23mn 51s

    Video #0
    Codec : XviD
    Bit rate : 1224 Kbps
    Width : 640
    Height : 480
    Aspect ratio : 4/3
    Frame rate : 23.98
    Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.166

    Audio #0
    Codec : MPEG1/2 L3
    Bit rate : 128 Kbps
    Channels : 2
    Sampling rate : 48 KHz

    I'm gonna try the Quenc batch now, so I'll let you know if that does anything....

    EDIT:

    Just tried the Quenc batch, and went to bed to let it work. Here's what I got:

    PULLDOWN - v0.99d, by Hard Code.
    [Based on sources by Brent Beyeler (beyeler@home.com)]

    SOURCE = c:\avisource\EncodedVideo\Bleach01.m2v, TARGET = c:\avisource\EncodedVi
    deo\encodedBleach01.m2v

    - Enabling 2:3 pulldown


    File is not an MPEG Video Stream
    BeSweet v1.5b26 by DSPguru.
    --------------------------

    [00:23:14:604] Conversion Completed !

    Visit DSPguru's Homepage at :
    http://DSPguru.doom9.net/
    INFO: [???] mplex version 2.0.0 (2.2.3 $Date: 2004/01/13 20:45:26 $)
    **ERROR: [???] Unable to open file c:\avisource\EncodedVideo\encodedBleach01.m2v
    for reading.

    So just like before, it didn't encode the video, just the audio! ARGH!
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    Hmmm.......

    Hey. I just got my hands on Gundam Seed Destiny AVI's. However, I only have episode 17 to 24 or something like that.

    Could you tell me which fansubber's group are you watching? just so we can be sure.,

    I'll start the testing tomorrow, I forgot to sleep these past 2 days (hahaha how the hell can we forget to sleep?)

    sorry man.. my tutorial seems to be a pain in the ass for you. =\.
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  23. Ok, the subs are all done by different groups, but 1-3 are done by AnimeKingdom & AnimeOne, some are done by Hiro fansubs, and some are done by Seed Fansubs.......

    I'll do some checks with mediainfo when I get home on the different groups to see if there is any differences.........

    No, you're tutorial isn't a pain in the ass to me, this whole thing has been a pain in the ass long before I came here. You've gotten me so much further with this than anyone else has, so I appreciate it greatly.
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    okay I just watched the little sumary until the title screen. It's by AnimeKingdom & AnimeOne. (Btw, it seems very good. Asuran is there wohoo).
    I watched the AVS - no problem.
    I encoded - no problem so far. (im watching the whole episode to be sure)

    It's licensed (damn those things get licensed fast). I can't get it thru Bittorrent, gotta search on IRC. baaah!

    Hey.. If anything doesn't work, could you try to encode hmm, I dunno episode 4-7?

    and.. if you don't mind, i'll pm you my FTP. upload it there (might take something like 30 minutes). I'll work on it =D.


    peace!
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    Hey Aktee,

    About the MKV Files you wanted.
    They are the same as OGM Files, except instead of having OGG as Sound, it has AAC. The Subtitles are still .srt and the Video is still .avi.

    And I have another question for you. Right now this probably really sounds n00bish, but how would I be able to convert 1 Episode of Anime. I have this Anime in MKV Format, but I want to make it a CD-DVD. Meaning I would like to use a CD instead of a DVD, so I can make a Mini-DVD.

    The Anime is called Karas. It is in HD-TV Format.
    And it is 25 Minutes long.

    I know how to convert 1 Episode of Anime, but how would I know what Bitrate it has to be in order for it to fit onto a 700 MB CD.
    Right now, I Can work it out myself, by doing the Math.

    But it would be cool if you could make a Bitrate Calculator for Mini-DVDs. ^^

    And one more Problem for the MKV Files.
    I am not a 100% sure how to convert AAC to MP2 or MP3.
    Right now, I am trying Goldwave.
    But I am not able to Demux the AAC from the MKV.

    I have tried MKVExtract and VDubMod with no Luck.

    Later Buddy.
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    Kodaikun: The Gundam Seed episode was 17.
    I just want 1 episode that doesn't go right.

    Ultra_Immortal: As for MKV.. it's more than that.
    MKV can have ANY video formats to it (even realplayer! wtf!)
    This is going to be a pain to make a batchmaker for it, i'll have to make variables for video type, audio type, etc.

    for the CD-DVD thing, hmm..
    replace 4700000 by 650000
    in the math equation.

    of course I can make a bitratecalculator for that.
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  27. Ok, got ep #1 on the way, so maybe you can figure it out. I'll give #17 a try myself, if it worked for you, and let you know what I find.

    EDIT

    Hmm, interesting... In going through the 43 episodes of Destiny, I found that they were done by 4 different subbers, and all the Anime Kingdom ones go off-sync with the avs files, all the others seem fine. Unfortunately, 9 episodes were done by them..

    I also noticed that if I made the video fullscreen in the avs file, it would go off-sync, but left in the smaller window was fine. It didn't matter with the AK subs...... That might be my computers fault, it's not a powerhouse by any means.

    So I'm going to encode some of the others and see what happens.
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    Hey I just found out what's different with the gundam seed episode.
    They are encoding using QPEL. It gives moer quailty to the video, but needs more processing power. That's why stand-alone DIVX player cannot accept video encoded with QPEL.

    But hmm.. it should not pose any problem while converting.
    Try turning the audio off in the avisynth file.
    I'll give you the code when i'll be back home.

    later :O!


    -edit

    AviSource("blablabla.avi", false)

    don't forget the "false" thing.


    -edit

    I'm currently converting it. Anyway today im going to six-flags with my girlfriend (err. damn imma spend 50 bucks on those teddy bears again). So i'll be back after that and tell you the result.

    BTW, I watched the whole video, with AVS script. It didn't go out of sync: that means it's your computer ^^,. But hey like I said, it shouldn't be a problem. anyway wait for my result!

    peace :O!!
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  29. Well, I just tried to encode episode 32 here at work, and get the same exact result I get at home, video that seems to fly ahead of the audio. The AVS file itself plays fine, with no problems. Is there a setting to slow down the framerate? Here's the batch file:

    ::FFMPEG Encoding Batch Generator!
    @echo off

    :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::
    :: Lines beginning with 2 colons are comment line. They are ignored,::
    :: so you can safely copy this. ::
    :: Change the value after the equal sign ::
    :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::
    :: Pulldown file? (yes if your videos are 23.976fps, no if your videos are 29.970fps)
    @set applypulldown=yes

    :: Resize type (Bicubic, Lanczos, Lanczos4).
    @set resize=Lanczos

    :: Resize Value (Fullscreen is 660, 440 - Widescreen is 660, 330)
    @set width=660
    @set height=440

    :: AddBorders Value (Fullscreen is 20, 30 - Widescreen is 75, 30)
    @set topbottom=20
    @set leftright=30

    :: Audio Bitrate (The one you chose when calculating)
    @set audiobitrate=192

    :: Path for source videos (The video you want to encode should reside in there)
    @set sourcevideo=C:\AviSource

    :: Video Bitrate (The Bitrate calculated in step 2)
    @set bitrate=2415

    :: Path to FFMPEG and AVS2YUV (The Folder where you installed Gui4ffmpeg)
    @set gui4ffmpeg=C:\Program Files\gui4ffmpeg

    :: Path for DVD2SVCD (The folder where DVD2SVCD is located)
    @set dvd2svcd=C:\Program Files\DVD2SVCD

    I don't get any errors on encoding, but the results are horrid. I've tried the FALSE option in the avs stream, with no luck, I tried Lanczos4 and bicubic, with the same result.

    How can I be the ONLY person having problems here?????

    I also cannot get Quenc to work here either. God, do I suck at this...
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    hey.. I encoded gundam seed 1. It turned out fine =||.

    Tell me.... When you are testing... Does it ends with M2V, or MPG?

    I think there's a little problem with the batch: It doesn't MPLEX when there's spaces in name.

    It turned out that the Media Classic automatically opens the audio file in the same directory as the video, if they have the same filename.
    EX: gundam seed destiny1.m2v
    and gundam seed destiny1.mp2 will both be opened.

    The problem is that, when opened like that, it goes off-sync. I have no logical explanation to that. When I Mplexed it, it goes off fine.

    hmm..

    ill fix the batch and add Quotation marks before paths. My bad i didn't test my batch on space-named video ^^.
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