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Shibblet 08-16-2004 08:09 PM

Getting 790mb on a 700mb 80min CD
I understand how an MPEG that is 780megs or so will fit on an 80 min. CD.

But what I am having a problem with, is when I finish making a KVCD that is around 750megs, both VCD Easy and Nero tell me that I don't have enough disc space.

I am using TMPEG 2.521 for encoding and muxing. I was told by Kwag that using TMPEG 2.59 will cause this issue, but I still seem to have it.

Any suggestions?

Dialhot 08-17-2004 02:18 AM

When you mux, carefully choose "VCD non compliant" or "SuperVideoCD".
Do NOT use "MPEG1 system" or "MPEG2 system".

Shibblet 08-17-2004 05:20 PM

I use VideoCD (Non Standard). Still seems to be an issue.

Dialhot 08-18-2004 02:22 AM

And you uncheck the "make a compliant VCD" in Nero when you want to burn

VCDEasy reports the ewact number of "equivalent" minutes that your image does. Can you tel me how much is it (if more than 79'57", then that is true that you don't have enoguht space).
Can you tell me also the size of the bin file created by vcdeasy ?

Shibblet 08-18-2004 12:16 PM

I think I understand what you mean... but how, once again, would I determine a 99 minute movie will fit on to a 79minute CD?

My Complete File size when finished is 781megs.

Abond 08-19-2004 09:11 AM

The timing on a CD is for standard audio CD or standard VCD. 700 MB CD can take 800 MB mpeg video (in your case non-standard VCD). So 781 MB should fit nicely on 700 MB CD even without overburning. If you failed then there is something wrong with your file or with the settings of the burning program. Do a research..

bigfif 08-19-2004 10:29 AM

I've the same problem now with my new NERO 6 version bundled with a Sony DVD writer. Nero 5 was working fine with file ~ 800 MB.
I've post this Pb to Nero Support today, waiting for the answer.

bigfif 08-19-2004 11:19 AM

Everything is OK now, I was wrong with TMPGENC Multiplex Tools :oops:

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