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Old 14th February 2004, 17:11   #1  |  Link
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avi - svcd; 21min - 16min


i converted an avi (divx/mp3) to a svcd. the avi has a duration of about 21 min. but the mpg-movie only has a lenght of about 16 min.
WHY??? - is it normal?
the only thing that isn't as always is when i import the avi, it says "The original video framerate of 24.999 is not supported. The framerate will be adjusted!" but: to wich framerate it will be adjusted?

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Presumably the file is PAL and should be 25.000 fps.
Try adjusting the framerate in VirtualDub and see if this helps. Although it may cause audio desync I cannot see that a change of 0.001 fps over a 20 minute clip will be noticeable.

It should, however make the file usable with DVD2SVCD.
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i changed the framerate with VDmod to 25 but this still doesn't help. the only thing changed was that the encoding doesn't take about 4 hours but only 2 hours. but the video is still 5 minutes shorter.

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[edit]... it's allright; the only thing is windvd just shows a false time. i watched it now with powerdvd, there were all the encoded videos the right time. it seems that windvd has a bug or something. also the files wich i encoded with 24.999 fps have the right lenght. thx for you help; [edit]

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