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I am trying to encode some MP4 file to MPEG2. I have about 15 of them and for some reason when I open up the browser window inside Roxio only about 9 of them show up. There is nothing wrong with the files as I can play each one with out issues. I have installed SP2 and that didnt help. If you have any suggestions please let me know.

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I am trying to encode some MP4 file to MPEG2. I have about 15 of them and for some reason when I open up the browser window inside Roxio only about 9 of them show up. There is nothing wrong with the files as I can play each one with out issues. I have installed SP2 and that didnt help. If you have any suggestions please let me know.

 

Are the video all from the same surce? Are any DRM protected?

 

Open Edit Video-Advanced (Video Wave) and add one of the 'bad files". Output that file to mpg2 for (your options for what you want to do with the file).

 

If it can't be seen by VideoWave, they may have a property that is preventing themm from being seen - frame rate, bit rate, size, etc. Down load and run gspot codec information appliance on one of the good files and on a couple of the bad files. What informationois different?

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Are the video all from the same surce? Are any DRM protected?

 

Open Edit Video-Advanced (Video Wave) and add one of the 'bad files". Output that file to mpg2 for (your options for what you want to do with the file).

 

If it can't be seen by VideoWave, they may have a property that is preventing themm from being seen - frame rate, bit rate, size, etc. Down load and run gspot codec information appliance on one of the good files and on a couple of the bad files. What informationois different?

 

 

Not sure why but i can convert them using Video wave. Guess i'll just do it that way.

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