Chickenman thank you one more time.
Truth is that right now I am working with something like the thing you describe, and I am facing again problems:confused: :
One guy have write to me "I can recommend trying TMPGEnc DVD Author (TDA). It accepts both DVD-Video and DVD-VR as a source. Again, you'll have to add your video several times and cut out each piece between commercials. The result will have still minor interruptions at the break points. However, in this case you can get rid of them easily. Use VobEdit to demux all video and audio streams from VTS_01_1.VOB produced by TDA. You'll get one .m2v and one .mpa file. Create a new DVD in TDA using these two files, and it will play perfectly smooth. You can add chapters in TDA if required." AND SO I START AGAIN FROM THE START.
Until now its the better result IÂ´ve got and I am only on the first step ( TDA author> removing commercials > reconstructing the DVD )
.The result is better BUT it still freezes a little bit So I decided to go deeper in the project, but I am having problems again!!
After the construction of the .m2v and .mpa files from VobEdit it was impossible to compile the final step ( create the Dvd file on disc with TDA ) because it hangs all the time !! (the first time in 15%, the second in 20%, the third in 13% etc.)
I have also tried to make a change in the Audio settings area : I have marked the "Re-encode the audio using the output format of the track", but the situation remains the same.
THERE IS ONLY ONE VERY STRANGE THING I noticed now, but I can not explain : In the bottom side of the screen is the purple bar with the "capacity of the created DVD".
It indicates in the right side that I am having 3195 from the 4438 and that is normal because the movie that I am having is aproximmately 1 hour and 45 minutes. What is not normal is that in the middle of the screen is the yellow part showing my Clip 1 ": VTS_01_1.m2v" and under it is the clipÂ´s time : "15min 35sec" (!!!!!). After that I drunk a bottle of wine and then a second (just making fun, donÂ´t believe every word you read).
Well, whats going on here ? Am I missing something ? Do I need proffesional heeeeeeeeelp ? :eek: :rolleyes: