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  • Re: DTBVE Conversion to MKV problem

    Thanks for letting me know; hope my donation (though it was small and prob. one-time only for a while) helped ya. If you know how to deal with DTBVE in general, would you mind tellin' me how to fix this error (when tryin' to start a conversion process): "Error in Due Process" after...
    Posted to DVRMSToolbox - Vista/7 (Forum) by pcmix9250 on Sun, Jan 15 2012
  • DTBVideoEditor Error (DVRMSToolbox 1.2.1.9 - feature)

    Dear Babgvant I hope writing this message is addressing a new issue. DVRMSToolbox 1.2.1.9 is great, btw... and it was the first version that actually loaded the DTBVideoEditor, unlike the lack of runnig in 1.2.1.8. However, I am having some trouble with converting. I know how to edit timecodes for improper...
    Posted to DVRMSToolbox - Vista/7 (Forum) by pcmix9250 on Sat, Oct 24 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
  • Re: Updated comskip and mencoder?

    I'm wondering this same thing. I have a good number of .avi files which will not be processed by dvrmstoolbox. The filewatcher picks it up with no problem. I see the .mpg being created up to a certain point in the DTBTemp folder, then the creation stops. I'm going to post this in another thread...
    Posted to DVRMSToolbox - Vista/7 (Forum) by homesickalien on Tue, Apr 14 2009
  • Unable to Convert to any format with toolboxGUI if input file is more than an hour. WTF?

    If it's a 2 hour show it just crashes. If it's a one hour show, success! This is on a Vista machine of impeccable breeding. Any ideas?
    Posted to DVRMSToolbox - Vista/7 (Forum) by fostersbox on Tue, Mar 31 2009
  • I have a mpeg, now what?

    Yesterday we discussed how to use DTB to make a file into a mpeg, today let's answer Galt's question . This is a much easier process because we've already done the real work, and now it's really just extending the process with a few actions to turn it into a file that MC will see as a...
    Posted to andy vt's blog (Weblog) by babgvant on Fri, Aug 8 2008
  • Scanning unsupported files for commercials

    Say you have a file that isn’t supported by Comskip or ShowAnalyzer that you’d like to automatically scan for commercials. There are a couple of reasons for this; either the codec isn’t supported or the container isn't (or both). Fortunately the approach to solving both issues is the same. In this...
    Posted to andy vt's blog (Weblog) by babgvant on Thu, Aug 7 2008
  • Expression

    Danorum wrote an action that uses MS's Expression Encoder to convert dvr-ms files. He was kind enough to post it in the forum. I haven't had a chance to dl expression and try it out yet, but it looks very promising.
    Posted to andy vt's blog (Weblog) by babgvant on Mon, Jan 14 2008
  • Transcoding video for the iPod

    Last updated: 2007-10-22 For more information see the related wiki page: iPod Conversion Discuss this on the forums Requirements: DTb 1.2.0.8 or 1.1.0.6 (or newer) iTunes 7.x FFDshow (Stable Build) ATI AVIVO codecs. Convert With Ffmpeg packages (included with DTB 1.1.0.6/1.2.0.9 or newer) You extract...
    Posted to DVRMSToolbox (FileGallery) by Coyote on Tue, Sep 18 2007
  • DVRMS to iPod conversion

    In the comments section of a recent post , Chris Lainer mentions that you can use DVRMSToolbox to convert files for viewing on the iPod. He didn't mention that, unlike most things with DTB, there is a well documented process doing exactly this. It's actually been available for a long time, and...
    Posted to andy vt's blog (Weblog) by babgvant on Thu, Sep 6 2007
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