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  1. Member
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    Hello there:
    I was trying to convert a .mov file to DVD, but now I've got five files:

    .mov.ff.mpg
    .mov.ff.mpg.xml
    .mov.ff.mpg.s.mpg
    .mov.ff.ac3
    .mov.ff.m2v

    What I'm doing the wrong way?

    Best wishes, as always, and thanks for any help...
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    Did you include subtitles in your conversion? If so, what format?
    If something went wrong with the subtitle conversion, the process may have been stopped prematurely.

    Keep the .mov.ff.mpg file for now. The others are temporary files, which may be deleted at this point.
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    Hello Case:
    No, no subtitles, this is a small .mov file, because I'm using it as a test for some problems I'm having converting TS to DVD, but that's another history.
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    Originally Posted by euskir View Post
    No subtitles
    Hmm, I thought ffmpegX only created an .ff.mpg.s.mpg file for subtitles...

    Originally Posted by euskir
    this is a small .mov file, because I'm using it as a test
    Please try converting again, then post the log here. You may access the log by clicking the blue "i" in the ffmpegX Progress window. A new window Process Information should pop up. This is the log, containing information on what ffmpegX was trying to do and why it failed to complete.
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    Hello Case:
    This is weird, this time I've got:

    .mov.ff.ac3
    .mov.ff.mpg
    .mov.ff.m2v

    But also the correct folder:

    .mov.ff.mpg.DVD

    Not the best quality, and with some speed issues, but that's another story too.
    Thanks for your help.
    Best wishes, as always...
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