I had a .divx file on my comp. The audio is VBR so used VirtualDubMod to extract the audio, loaded the now silent video and .wav file into TMPGenc and got my .mpg file.
Played it in Windows Media, and Nero and video and audio is perfect.
Cut the .mpg file into 2 .mpg files.
Played each .mpg file again in Windows Media, and Nero and everything is again perfect.
When I go to burn the CD-R, and add the file into Nero, I get an error stating:
"The file .mpg is not a valid file for creating Video CD V2.0. A compliant video file requires the following specifications:
MPEG-1 which was encoded for Video CD:
audio: 44.1 kHz; stereo; 224 kbit/s
video: 352 x 240 / 29.97 Hz or 352 x 240 / 23.976 Hz or 352 x 288 / 25Hz
The following problems were found:
invalid video stream: ??? fps, 640 x 272 pixels, 1150 kbit/s CBR
invalid audio stream: 48000 Hz, 2 channels
How would you like to continue?"
It gives the options to Re-code the video file or to turn off the standard compliance and continue. I choose to turn off the compliance standard and burn the disk. When I go to play it in my DVD player, the “VCD” indicator on the player lights up and the audio is fine but the video is very distorted.
I am burning at the lowest speed possible, 4x. I’m running Nero 8. The fps on the video is 30 and I have it set to NTSC in Nero.