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Old 2nd March 2006, 00:04   #1  |  Link
kevingpo
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should I cut after demux or remux.... woes....???

I found the best way to convert DVB-mpeg2-recordings into divx. I was following the guide from doom9.org ( http://www.doom9.org/DigiTV/dvb2divx.htm ) however why use GK as it says? GK is a longer way of getting the job done (divx video file). However I still need to demux my DVB-mpeg2-recording since it no doubt contains transmission GOP/PTS errors.

The guide does not mention about muxing up the video and audio files together again. I suggest mux the video and audio back together again and put it through AutoGK or Dr. DivX. Sorted! No messing about with GK settings, etc.

Problem is, the guide mentions to cut (out adverts) after demux. Does it make any difference if I cut after demux, or after remux?
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Old 5th March 2006, 14:16   #2  |  Link
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Okay, just to let you know what I decided. Cut after demux (from ProjectX). Why? Mpeg2Schnitt (German Mpeg2Cutt program) only takes in .m2v files and not .mpg.

I am only resorting to using freeware programs. And currently Mpeg2Schnitt is the best free cutting program to date.
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