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Old 27th November 2011, 11:40   #1  |  Link
AlKwas
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Merging the mpg-files from Golden Media Uni-Box 9080

Hi,
I have a problem with mpg-files recorded from satellite tuner Golden Media Uni-Box 9080. The movies were automatically divided into 1GB files. The movies are played excellent by the tuner, but I can't merge the files properly. The length of the audio and video streams in the files are not the same. I tried to use various software as well to apply demux-add-remux streams procedure. In any case the audio and video streams are shifted beyond the merge point or the pixelization appears at this point.
Any solution?
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Without having the slightest idea which software you've already tried.... MKVtoolnix if you're happy with an MKV container.
Open the first mpeg file with MKVMergeGUI and then append the rest.
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Without having the slightest idea which software you've already tried.... MKVtoolnix if you're happy with an MKV container.
Open the first mpeg file with MKVMergeGUI and then append the rest.
Various TMPGEnc, VideoReDo, Portable ProjectX, Womble, DVDLab and many others. I don't want to change the format or recode the video files. I need to create a standard DVD.
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