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  • todvrms to dvr-ms problems

    I'm having various problems with converting AVI or MKV files to DVR-MS or WTV. 1. In order to diagnose the problems, I first converted files to MPG format using Mencoder, then tried to convert the files from MPG to DVR-MS or WTV. todvrms produces working DVR-MS files, but they are about 25...
    Posted to DVRMSToolbox - Vista/7 (Forum) by woody on Sun, Jan 31 2010
  • Re: WTV conversion does not complete?

    I'm having this same issue; have been converting MKVs to WTVs now with not-too-many hiccups. From a 5.5 GB file to a 15 GB file, they all stop around 1GB. It wouldn't bother me too much except it's a different size, roughly around 1GB, every time I try, so I'm not sure what's quitting...
    Posted to DVRMSToolbox - Vista/7 (Forum) by Robotronic2000 on Mon, Jan 25 2010
  • ToDVRMS - - fix crash condition in - add -mpchc arg to force MPC-HC source for MPEG/MKV files, otherwise OOTB MPEG-2 Demuxer is preferred for MPEG and Haali for MKV - support IMediaSeeking to return streaming status - Update to work with updated Haali...
    Posted to andy vt's blog (Weblog) by babgvant on Sun, Jan 24 2010
  • Re: MPEG-TS (MPEG-2 Video) to DVR-MS

    I ran into this same problem. I was converting mkv's created by makemkv, contained original DVD mpeg-2 and ac3 audio, and like clock work got the extra time reported. The files played fine all the way through the video and then stop instead of going all the way through the extra time. FF and Rew...
    Posted to DVRMSToolbox - Vista/7 (Forum) by Unclety on Sun, Jan 3 2010
  • MKV to WTV using ToDVRMS

    Could someone please give me a little guidance? I'd like to remux my library of HD MKV files to WTV (so I can use ff/rw on extenders.) What is the best way to do this? Which codecs will I need? Is there an easy way to integrate the subtitle files? I'm currently running a virgin Windows 7 Ultimate...
    Posted to Transcoding (Forum) by mbial on Tue, Dec 8 2009
  • Transcode WMV to WTV or DVR-MS

    Hello, I'm having trouble trying to create either a .WTV or .DVR-MS file from my WMV file. The WMV is a MPEG2 video which I would like to view in the Media Center native recorded tv gallary. I saw dvrmstoolbox supports transcode from MKV to WTV so i assumed WMV is also supported. Here is the log...
    Posted to Transcoding (Forum) by fubu337 on Wed, Nov 11 2009
  • ToDVRMS -

    ToDvrms is a command line utility that converts video files to dvr-ms or wtv. syntax: todvrms.exe [-m -g <pathtogrfstub.grf> -v -d -t "The Title" -r "10/30/2008" -y "10/30/2008" -w 60 -as 1 -vs 1 -allstreams -subtitles] developed for...
    Posted to Misc (FileGallery) by babgvant on Tue, Nov 10 2009
  • todvrms metadata

    First of all, Andy thanks for all of your tools! My HTPC experience would be totally different without them. I'm using todvrms in a batch script to convert my optical DVDs to dvr-ms files. It's streamlined and works perfectly for me. The only issue is when the titles get played back they are...
    Posted to Transcoding (Forum) by Unclety on Tue, Oct 13 2009
  • Transport Streams to DVRMS with TV Metadata

    I see there is a profile in DVRMSToolbox to convert MKV to DVRMS and pull TV metadata and import into TV library. I want to do this with previous TV recordings from BeyondTV. It is a .tp transport stream file. So basically I just want to convert .tp instead of mkv and leave everything else the same....
    Posted to DVRMSToolbox - Vista/7 (Forum) by markterborg on Mon, Oct 5 2009
  • ToDvrms - : Early Access Release

    This is an Early Access release. - force todvrms to run as x86 - explicitly load haali source for mkv - explicitly load MPC-HC Mpeg source for ts, m2ts, and mpeg - added c, path to edl or dtb xml file for commercial skipping (experimental; requires DSCutter filter included in DTB - change...
    Posted to andy vt's blog (Weblog) by babgvant on Sun, Aug 30 2009
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