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# 81315 11-Apr-2011 23:48
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I had heard that the beta of MCEBuddy would do a conversion from WTV to H.264 here: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=84&topicid=71767

So i went ahead and downloaded the latest MCEBuddy beta 13 and gave it a shot.... #FAIL

Turns out it doesnt work so well on x64 version of Windows 7.  A bit of googling and i found an item in the MCEBuddy forums with a procedure to make it work - using a tool to force the program to execute in 32bit mode.  Post here: Getting MCEBuddy 2.0 to run in  64 bit environment

The gist is this: use a tool called "corflags.exe" from the .Net SDK to force the MCEBuddy.BetaUI.exe app to run in 32bit mode.

C:\Program Files (x86)\MCEBuddy2Beta>CorFlags.exe MCEBuddy.BetaUI.exe /32Bit+

In my current search for tools i also found MC-TVConverter which was a one-click conversion utility, but i wasnt happy with the output.  Different profiles had different issues from incorrect aspect ratios, to lagging sound.

I'm still running MCEBuddy over one of my files, i'll post again after i see the end result.




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  # 457666 11-Apr-2011 23:53
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Haven't read the MCE Buddy stuff yet but do you (or any othe geekzoners) have any idea if it works properly in 32 bit Windows?



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  # 457847 12-Apr-2011 14:36
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Mattv: Haven't read the MCE Buddy stuff yet but do you (or any othe geekzoners) have any idea if it works properly in 32 bit Windows?


yeah, its supposed to work ok in 32bit Win 7




 
 
 
 


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  # 457885 12-Apr-2011 15:32
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I hope its demuxing rather than reencoding

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  # 465652 5-May-2011 10:51
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thanks for the info

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