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Clipped MPEG-TS Silent at the End

Started by jsnwalkr, March 04, 2012, 05:30:25 am

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jsnwalkr

I have been doing simple edits to video using Avidemux for years. Typically, just recorded movies where commercials are removed. I use a DVD-RW to record the movie from satellite TV, then join and edit the VOBs. I usually just do a stream copy and save to the MPEG-TS format.

After upgrading to a Windows 7 PC the end of the edited video is silent. This usually occurs around the location of the video that the file size reaches 2GB. I suspect this has been discussed already but can't for the life of me find anything on it no matter what I search for. Can anyone point me in the right direction to determine what is causing the sound to drop out part of the way through?

Agent_007

Does same happen in AVIdemux 2.6 nightly builds?
I am away between 15th of May - 15th of June. (yes, I am playing D3)

jsnwalkr

Thanks for the reply. I realized that my problem is attributed to user error. I tried the MPEG-PS format instead of MPEG-TS and did not have the problem. Apparently, my switch to Windows 7 was accompanied with forgetting which format was the correct one to use! Thanks again!

Jason