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There was never any error. Select "Add Video" and browse to and select your final cut .MPG file. I can't imagine what could be >>>> causing this but it appears as if the files with the .evt extension >>>> are the problem childs. File type should make no difference (these are all still files). Source

I'm just trying to do a straight backup of ReplayTV files. Thanks for pointing it out. Local Area Network (LAN). Then I burned the "ReplayTV" folder to the DVD containg the sub-folders and the files.

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  • Then I'm going to burn each file type separately to see if one type give me problems.
  • WinReplayPC runs on most flavors of Windows and can be found here.
  • It works for me.
  • Whatever that means.
  • I'm not going to cover specifics such as how to set up your ReplayTV box or how to configure a home network.
  • The things that keep me from doing it tho are longer transfer-time (dvarchive) and can't fit as much on a DVD, all for slight PQ gain.
  • I guess I'll have to try and author the files >>>> and burn them to DVD video if I don't run into a problem with the >>>> "low quality" recordings.
  • I'm pretty sure if I just burned the >>>> mpeg 2 files it would work but it wouldn't work back on ReplayTV >>>> later without restoring all four files for each

Does anyone else save programs on offline storage media in original ReplayTV format or is there a reason to store ReplayTV material on a hard drive only? One very important goal in this entire ReplayTV-to-DVD process is to eliminate any video re-rendering steps. I use Windows XP Pro with great success. Your problem has nothing to do with the files. >> >> So far, the only files I can't burn to a data DVD are the .evt >> files.

Add FAQ's, Links and other Relevant Information by clicking the edit button in the lower right hand corner of this message. Standard quality gives me no problems nor does high quality. Get the answer Anonymous September 19, 2004 8:06:16 PM Archived from groups: alt.video.ptv.replaytv (More info?) Tony D wrote: > seahawk wrote: >> I've got too many episodes of some series on http://www.planetreplay.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=8696 For example, after I paste the first clip, I am positioned at the beginning of that clip, so I must manually move the scrubber to the end of the first clip

Many thanks to Lee Thompson. what is the commercial and what is the show? But don't let the price fool you. I can't imagine what could be causing this > but it appears as if the files with the .evt extension are the problem > childs.

I can burn just about anything to a DVD data disk I want as long as it's not these ReplayTV files. http://www.replaytvupgrade.com/ Are you sure those files are not currently in use? Also, a hearty "Thank you!" to those of you who have donated to help helped keep JimsTips.com up and running! Tags: case, find, import, news, ReplayTV, review, tips Next PostReplayTV I'm Jim Barr, and I frequent the AVS Forum as "jbarr" and my web sites are jim.barr.net and JimsTips.com.

Technically, ReplayTV's MPEG encoding, though DVD-compliant at Medium Quality, often introduces errors that can wreak havoc on most DVD authoring programs (including DMF2.) Typically, the file contains PTS (Presentation Time Stamps) this contact form Eliminating the re-rendering step significantly reduces the overall end-to-end process from many hours to just minutes. I've tried burning at 1X speed. Ultra Hi-End HT Gear ($20,000+) D-cinema Equipment and Theaters High Dynamic Range (HDR) & Wide Color Gamut (WCG) Screens

Roxio Toast 6 ($) Available from Amazon or through academic sources if you are a student or faculty. I have tried a number of other DVD authoring apps, and I found that DMF2 will go from MPEG-2 file to completed DVD with very minimal effort and no errors. Trying to manage all of that around all of the Murder She Wrote > and Ripley's programs is too much. 1: You need a really, really, really, really, really, really, really, http://train2solution.com/how-to/how-to-make-bootable-cd-that-can-access-norton-ghost-directly.html DVArchive transfers shows, but that's just the beginning.

Thanks Quick Summary view historyUsers like you can add images, links and other relevant information about this topic. All > files are data files, and not really any different to the DVD-burning > program. You may be contacted via Private Message during the investigation of this issue.

Now if I care to make a really nice DVD, for instance my sister is supposed to be on an upcoming episode of Oh's Nice Package, I'll start with medium.

I do it a lot, and the >>>>> DVDs will play right. OK, back to our regularly scheduled program… Authoring the DVD First, open DMF2 and start a new project. I have noticed with Workshop that if often mis-estimates how much space the dvd will require and not want to burn directly, so I write to a directory in dvd structure Continue dragging and dropping the clips in reverse order until you finish with the first clip.

My old Pismo (400) powerbook processes a 1-hour show in less than two minutes. I don't know why the >>> problem would happen only with those files, but this does give you >>> something to try. >> >> Thanks for your help but it looks Both are set to raid0. Check This Out Thanks one and all for any help you can direct my way.

antibody128 is offline post #20 of 20 Old 07-28-2004, 01:05 PM Jeff D AVS Forum Special Member Join Date: May 2000 Location: One step ahead of you Posts: So now I get to buy a new DVD player. I use Pinnacle Studio 8 as my primary video editor, which correctly skips the re-encoding if you havn't made edits (like comercial cut), but then crashes during the compiling disk phase..._________________Alain While your mileage may vary, I have had excellent success just letting DMF2 do the burning. ==> Insert concluding information here.<==

Resources Information about ReplayTV can be found at www.replaytv.com

The file you transferred is a DVD-compliant MPEG-2 file, but unfortunately, the file most likely has two problems: technical and cosmetic. I've created one dvd with it and it worked!