Using TMPGEnc, having issues

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Using TMPGEnc, having issues

Post by jediphoenix » Mon Mar 22, 2010 4:53 pm

My video is progressive, 29.97 fps, but in other settings where it shows my framerate, it only lets me have 23.976 fps(interally 29.97fps). Under the advanced tab it has inverse telecine checked, but the guide says that it shouldn't be touched. Is there something I'm missing here, since I can't change my fps to just 29.97fps?

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Re: Using TMPGEnc, having issues

Post by jediphoenix » Mon Mar 22, 2010 4:58 pm

Also, encoding as MPEG2 puts the file at 133mb, which seems quite small. :/

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Re: Using TMPGEnc, having issues

Post by mirkosp » Mon Mar 22, 2010 5:00 pm

Click on the name of the setting and it should allow you to unlock it and thus picking the proper setting from the pulldown menu. Also 133mb seems pretty fair for an MPEG2. It's far from being small, really. An AVC encode would probably be about 30MB, maybe 50 or 60 at most, I guess.
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Re: Using TMPGEnc, having issues

Post by jediphoenix » Mon Mar 22, 2010 5:05 pm

"You are about to unlock this setting. If you unlock this, the file wound (sp?) be out of standard. User must agree with doing this by his/her own risk? No one would help/support for any result arising from such unlocked setting."



Yikes.

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Re: Using TMPGEnc, having issues

Post by jediphoenix » Mon Mar 22, 2010 5:09 pm

And it looks like that gives me a file with no video, only audio. hmm.

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Re: Using TMPGEnc, having issues

Post by jediphoenix » Mon Mar 22, 2010 5:24 pm

It gives me that in WMP, that is - VLC shows it just fine. blargh.

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Re: Using TMPGEnc, having issues

Post by mirkosp » Mon Mar 22, 2010 5:28 pm

You probably just lack the directshow codecs for it. Install the lastest ffdshow tryouts.
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Re: Using TMPGEnc, having issues

Post by jediphoenix » Mon Mar 22, 2010 5:38 pm

I currently have CCCP. Is it wise to have both installed at the same time?

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Re: Using TMPGEnc, having issues

Post by mirkosp » Mon Mar 22, 2010 6:20 pm

CCCP basically installs and configures ffdshow in your pc. Getting a more recent version will just update it and should also leave the settings intact.
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Re: Using TMPGEnc, having issues

Post by Qyot27 » Tue Mar 23, 2010 2:03 am

TMPGEnc wouldn't use pulldown flags (that's what the 23.976 (internally 29.97) stuff means) if the file you gave it wasn't 23.976 or the template you're using wasn't *meant* for 23.976 (in TMPGEnc's Settings Wizard, 'NTSC Film' is meant for 23.976fps footage, use 'NTSC' for 29.97fps footage). Changing the framerate to a normal 29.97 won't put the file out of spec. That's just a generic warning because there are some options that you can use with TMPGEnc that aren't compatible with DVD if you modify them too much...but the convention templates aren't meant for DVD in the first place.

And IMO, HCenc is a better solution if you want MPEG-2 files for disc authoring anyway.
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