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LadyMiles 10-14-2002 03:08 AM

Reigniting the overburn discussion...
 
I tried to burn two segments that where a little less than 750mb. But when they seem to burn okay, but the last segment froze towards the end when I played it on my computer and standalone (APex 500w). I have read about the multiplexing and svcd vs. mpeg2 program and system stream. Basically will overburning cause errors like freexing towards the end ? And do you have to multiplex all mpeg2 and mpeg1 made by Tmpeg with program stream to be able to overburn ?

black prince 10-14-2002 02:48 PM

Hi LadyMiles,

Quote:

I tried to burn two segments that where a little less than 750mb. But when they seem to burn okay, but the last segment froze towards the end when I played it on my computer and standalone (APex 500w). I have read about the multiplexing and svcd vs. mpeg2 program and system stream. Basically will overburning cause errors like freexing towards the end ? And do you have to multiplex all mpeg2 and mpeg1 made by Tmpeg with program stream to be able to overburn ?
Could you re-state this. It's not to me clear what you are saying?

-black prince

LadyMiles 10-14-2002 04:14 PM

Somewhere on one of the post it talks about remuxing to svcd format I believe its http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1194

Do you have to mux all mpeg1 and mpeg2 files in Tmpgenc as SVCD-VBR or VCD(VBR) in order to overburn ?

black prince 10-14-2002 07:53 PM

Hey LadyMiles,


Quote:

Do you have to mux all mpeg1 and mpeg2 files in Tmpgenc as SVCD-VBR or VCD(VBR) in order to overburn ?
This might help. It's from VCDHelp :)

http://www.vcdhelp.com/forum/viewtop...t=vcd+overburn

-black prince


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