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08-29-2002, 02:33 AM
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It writes 28MB lead-in and 15-MB lead-out. is this part of 700MB?
Is there a way to avoid this?
How to make sure that padding is not taking place?
Why VCDEasy is not letting me burn more than 700MB
although it reports my CD-R/CD-RW as 97:00.00 min.?

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A CD-R and a CD-RW do not have the same capacity. A CDR80 holds about 807mb. VCDEasy adds about 12mb to whatever file size you finish at. If the file size is 814,080KB then / 1024 = 795+12=807
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It writes 28MB lead-in and 15-MB lead-out. is this part of 700MB?
Is there a way to avoid this?
How to make sure that padding is not taking place?
Why VCDEasy is not letting me burn more than 700MB
although it reports my CD-R/CD-RW as 97:00.00 min.?

TIA
Gopal
Check let OVERBURN option
Check use 2324byte per sector option
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09-06-2002, 06:46 AM
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Check let OVERBURN option
Check use 2324byte per sector option
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Overburn can damage your CDR drive and should be researched to determine if that drive can safely do it.
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Just use SVCD stream in TMPGEnc instead of program Stream, now it doesn't add any padding, though Now I am wondering if I want to use this mpeg file later again on A DVDR, will this tream be still DVD compatible or do I have to reencode it as an MPEG2-Program stream?
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I've got a 779MB file which I am trying to cut thro' VCDEasy. When it generates the BIN file it has expanded to 896MB!! Whats happening here?? Driving me mad!!
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Go here it is all in the way you mux the audio and video, use bbmpeg it does a better job
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12-06-2002, 10:13 AM
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I've got a 779MB file which I am trying to cut thro' VCDEasy. When it generates the BIN file it has expanded to 896MB!! Whats happening here?? Driving me mad!!
VCDEasy is padding the file. When you encoded OR muxed you MUST have "non standard" selected a video type. That will eliminate your problem.
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I've got a 779MB file which I am trying to cut thro' VCDEasy. When it generates the BIN file it has expanded to 896MB!! Whats happening here?? Driving me mad!!
VCDEasy is padding the file. When you encoded OR muxed you MUST have "non standard" selected a video type. That will eliminate your problem.
Where can I find that option? I think I looked everywhere but couldn`t find it
I use VCDeasy 1.1.5
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I've got a 779MB file which I am trying to cut thro' VCDEasy. When it generates the BIN file it has expanded to 896MB!! Whats happening here?? Driving me mad!!
VCDEasy is padding the file. When you encoded OR muxed you MUST have "non standard" selected a video type. That will eliminate your problem.
Where can I find that option? I think I looked everywhere but couldn`t find it
I use VCDeasy 1.1.5
Ahhhh! You must read the full post. That option is in TMPGEnc when you mux the video and audio together. IF YOU ENCODE the video and audio at the same time the SYSTEM tab will be available in the TMPGEnc settings.

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