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April 16th, 2004, 07:33 PM
Okay, I found another prob! the files I edited fail nero's svcd setting check and keeps wanting to re-encode the file!
April 16th, 2004, 08:26 PM
Did you set the packet size to 2324, the SVCD standard?
Is your audio 44.1KHz?
Which version of Nero are you using? Let me know and I'll check it out.
April 16th, 2004, 09:05 PM
no I didn't touch the packet size..I left it at default.. so I guess if I set the packet size to 2324 and just did a file output without any editing it should fix it?
and yes the audio is 44.1Khz it passes neros check if I don't do any editing.
i'm using nero 5.5
April 17th, 2004, 06:37 AM
so I guess if I set the packet size to 2324 and just did a file output without any editing it should fix it? That is correct, just open and save the file (assuming you are in cut mode). If you're in scene mode you'll have to select the entire file first.
If you still have problems after this, please let me know and I'll take look at it.
April 17th, 2004, 08:37 AM
I did some checking into this, and it turns out there's a problem with VideoReDo not honoring the user setting of the output packet size. I'll get a fix posted this weekend. Sorry for the inconvienence.
April 17th, 2004, 12:12 PM
okay thanks for the help! I will be waiting for the fix.
April 19th, 2004, 04:42 PM
still waiting for a fix, but got another question..
why would VideoReDo change the packet size from the file? It was svcd standard before editing, but after editing it gets changed...
April 19th, 2004, 06:34 PM
why would VideoReDo change the packet size from the file? It was svcd standard before editing, but after editing it gets changed...During editing, VideoReDo demuxes and remuxes your file. Internally it seperates the MPEG2 program stream into individual audio and video frames. When it outputs them it recontructs a new program stream. Usually, a VideoReDo output file is more MPEG compliant than the origianl source file.
There was a bug in Build 221 and earlier where the packet size value you set in advanced stream was not being honored. The packet size was getting set to 2028, the DVD standard.
The problem is fixed, but I'm a day or so away from issuing a new beta build as there are a couple of other issues that I want to fix. If this is holding you up, please email me (email@example.com) and I'll email you something right away that works with Nero without recoding.
April 19th, 2004, 11:44 PM
okay thanks. I'm not in that big of a hurry, just wanted to try and burn some and found out nero didn't like them. I will wait till new build is released.
here is a suggestion how about making it to default the packet size of the original file, and make it optional to customize it for other formats. Thats how I thought it worked in the first place, now i'm finding out I need to change it to keep my original file settings.
I was just reading the help file too and noticed this
"Elementary Stream Packet Length: This is the length of the fix-length elementary stream packets. Its value should be increased to 2400 for an SVCD compliant file. The default value of 2028 is the standard for DVD compliant program streams. "
but you said ealier SVCD compliant files need to have the packet stream at 2324. Which setting is correct?
April 20th, 2004, 06:09 AM
Elementary Stream Packet Length: This is the length of the fix-length elementary stream packets. Its value should be increased to 2400 for an SVCD compliant file. The default value of 2028 is the standard for DVD compliant program streams. " ... but you said ealier SVCD compliant files need to have the packet stream at 2324. Which setting is correct? I'm not an SVCD user so I believe the 2400 came from some sample files sent to me be other users. The 2324 came from a a site on the net but it turns that that included some overhead bytes, so the actual packet length bytes are 2304. You won't need to remember this. The packet length box in the Advanced Sterams dialog has been changed to an editable combo box with presets for DVD and SVCD.
April 24th, 2004, 07:59 AM
Check out the new beta build at: ftp://videoredo:firstname.lastname@example.org/Betas/ In Tools>Options>Advanced Stream you'll see the new setting for SVCD.
April 24th, 2004, 11:39 AM
okay got it!
it seems to fix my nero check prob, it reports it removes audio resync frames after I reoutput the files. going to have to rewatch to make sure the audio is still in sync.
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