batch dpg question

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Sep 4, 2008

batch dpg question by Holaitsme at 4:37 AM (1,376 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. Holaitsme
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    ok so i am experimenting with batch dpg and extracted the .ass and .srt (subs) track1.h264 (video) track2.ogg (audio) out of an mkv file now what am asking is how do i get batch dpg to encode this am using 1.55 and when i choose the files i get an error i do got cccp codec pack so dont tell me i need haali media splitters or ffdshow.
     
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    it would be nice if you said what error you got =P

    it could be your frame size is off so it won't encode.
    it could be your coded pack (ffdshow tryouts > *) isn't decoding the video source for output.
    i can't recall of *.ogg is compatable with batchdpg but i know wav is try converting

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    its the one where it says conversion failed this box will timeout in 30 seconds read the avs file

    oh am also asking how to convert the .h264 becuase i cant even view that file in my computer.
     
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    i duno what file type that is. i would find out if its avi/mpg based and then export with ffdshow into vdub or vdub mod and then dump out as a raw AVI. finally convert with batchdpg.
     
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    solved converted ogg to mp3 and h264 (some sort of apple codec) to avi.

    now the subs are actually way cleaner and better.
     

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