How-To burn a Video-DVD via Media Portal | Page 3

Discussion in 'Tips and Tricks' started by Ralph, October 14, 2005.

  1. cedriclocqueneux

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    Yes, i can play the original file in mp.

    I have recorded a film with MP
    With MP, i have converted it to mpg

    And after, i use your tips with MPGII2DVD and MyProgram.


     
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    Would you try another file, please.
    And post the result.

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    Ok, i'll try another file this afternoon.
    What result do you want ? Just my result, a log, or another file ?
     
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    Hum, sorry, it works !
    There was a problem with the DVD player in the last CVS :x
    Wuth the CVS from 15-01-2006, all is ok, and my DVD burned with your metho are great !

    Thanks a lot !
     
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    I also use CVS from 15-01-2006 right now. All later versions still cause problems on my machine. :?
    Nice to hear it's working for you, now.

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    Hi,

    Can anyone help here. I have several tv programs all compressed to mpeg2 with Media Portal compression. I have installed and setup the DVD burner as suggested. I start the burn process and get to the screen that says 'Working...' It gets about 75% through on the progress bar then just says errors detected. I have no idea what this is. I have checked other feedback on the forum and checked my settings in the mpgII2DVD.ini file

    My mpgII2dvd.ini looks like....

    [Background]
    C:\Program files\Team MediaPortal\MediaPortal\MpgII2DVD\Blue Two background.jpg

    [Font]
    Arial

    [FontSize]
    22

    [TextColor]
    white

    [ShadowColor]


    [VideoTempFolder]
    c:\temp

    ;<DVDiso> is the path to the iso and <DVDpath> is the path do the folder that contains the DVD data

    [DVDBurner]
    C:\Program files\imgburn\imgburn.exe /mode isowrite /start /src "<DVDiso>" /dest c: /close

    [MultipleFiles]
    off
    [debug]
    off

    [AutoDelete]
    on

    Cheers,

    Boeing100
     
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    Hi boing100,

    please check this first:

    - check if your temp folder exists and much hdd space you have on this partition left for the temp file.
    - check if the path of imgburn is right

    You can also enable debug mode.
    There you can see in the dos prompt what's happening.

    Regards
    Ralph
     
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    Burning multiple files

    HI there,


    first of all thank you very much for this plugin.

    I followed your howto and burning a single file worked pretty good.
    Since I want to burn some episodes of a tv series i was wondering whether its possible to burn more than one file to DVD. In your Howto you stated that it is possible to burn a single file or a whole folder. I copied the episodes I want to burn into a single folder but when I try to select this folder, I end up in browsing through the single files. So I can only burn a single file. I cannot add any more files to burn.
    Is there a workaround to fix this problem? How can I burn a whole folder?

    Thanks in advance,

    Edhunter
     
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    Hi Edhunter,

    take a look at step 3:
    You will need to change your ini file for this.

    There is an entry called
    [MultipleFiles]
    on = MpegII2DVD tries to burn all files in the selected folder to DVD
    off = MpegII2DVD burns only the selected file to DVD (recommend)

    Change this from off to on and all files in that folder will be burned.

    Regards
    Ralph
     
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    First of all I have to say thanks for your great turtorial...

    MpegII2Dvd works fine for me - but just as long as the file's smaller than 4.7 gig - if rejig has to compress the file it always crashes...

    "Rejig caused an error and has to be closed"

    Any ideas?

    Thanks...

    Luksmann
     
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