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Discussion in 'Tips and Tricks' started by dman_lfc, September 13, 2004.

  1. butcherBoy

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    hi!



    yes, demuxing with projectx is necassery. it corrects the gop structure and audio sync.

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    hwahrmann

    No i didn´t demux.

    I put the generated mpg-files without demulitplex in DVD-Lab and convert it to a DVD - no problems or Error-Messages.

    I didn´t hear any problems with unsync audio. But i only test it with a very short file (about 25 Minutes).

    I think when the beta is released we get very quick some people for testing on different pc´s with different recorded tv-shows.

    TomTom or i post the link directly when it is in the german forum.


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    You'll only get audio synch issues etc with HDTV broadcasts - SDTV broadcasts should be AOK.

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    I'm having the same problem with Hauppauge PVR150 and up to know I found just 1 solution: Using an AudioEditor such as Adobe Auditon (=Cool Edit) to get RAW WAV out!

    greets hackfish
     
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    It's Monday. Where's the Plugin? :wink:
    Do you know when it'll be ready for testing?
    Desparately waiting on it.
     
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    Hello MP-users

    Is there anyone, who can tell me how I install this burner plugin?
    I have downloaded the pagage from Gucky62, wath do I then do now?

    Thanks in advance
     
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    Open it using a zip program, copy the file from the WindowsPlugins folder in the WindowsPlugins folder in the MP directory, copy all files and folders located in the path MyBurner.rar\xbmc\bin\Release\ in the MP folder, read the file located in the Docs folder, do what there is described, open the configuration.exe and activate the plugin.
     
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    Hmm, in the downloaded myBurner.rar there is in the "windowsPlugins-folder" only an "GUIBurner-folder" with some ".cs ; .resx and .csproj-files"
    But in the MyBurner.rar\xbmc\bin\Release\ there is "XPComponent.dll". Did you mean this?
    So what files exactly do i have to put in the windowsPlugins-folder?

    Thanks for help
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    Directory GUIBurner needs to be copied to WindowsPlugin
    Directory xbmc needs to be copied to the xmbc dir in Mediaportal.

    Then you need to make a reference to XPBurnComponent.dll within Visual Studio, so that you can compile it.
    If you run Mediaportal out of a different directory then you compile into, then oif course you need to copy all the generated Dlls as well as XPBurnComponent.dll to this folder, most probably c:\Program files\MediaPortal
     
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