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01-07-2003, 02:57 AM
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Has anyone burned a KVCD or any other VCD in one of those little 180MB CD-R disks
I would like to know, and also if it plays on standard DVD players.
Wonder how much video we could fit on one of those tiny CDs

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Has anyone burned a KVCD or any other VCD in one of those little 180MB CD-R disks
I would like to know, and also if it plays on standard DVD players.
Wonder how much video we could fit on one of those tiny CDs

-kwag
I have my wedding video on one. Its about 30 mins and my wife loves having it with her all the time. I used the KVCD-LBR template.
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Thanks Christopher . I'm going to get a pack of 10 today just to try them out on my DVD players.

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Thanks Christopher . I'm going to get a pack of 10 today just to try them out on my DVD players.

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It would be great to get around 45 +/- minutes on one. I would love to have my favorite Star Trek epoisode in my wallet.
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And that's the exact size I had in mind . Specially for my "Stargate SG-1" episodes.
With the new parameters ( GOP, Matrix, Prediction, etc ) and a MAX bit rate of 1,150Kbps, 45 minutes should be a piece of cake

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And that's the exact size I had in mind . Specially for my "Stargate SG-1" episodes.
With the new parameters ( GOP, Matrix, Prediction, etc ) and a MAX bit rate of 1,150Kbps, 45 minutes should be a piece of cake

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I think I'll try an episode of Space 1999 and see what it looks like.
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And before long you'll be stuffing a 90 min movie on such disc
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And before long you'll be stuffing a 90 min movie on such disc
60 minutes would be good enough at 528x480
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And before long you'll be stuffing a 90 min movie on such disc
60 minutes would be good enough at 528x480
I guess we can dream........
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I guess we can dream........
Now that would look extremely cool when friends browse your movie collection .
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01-08-2003, 10:35 AM
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60 minutes would be good enough at 528x480
Does this mean we might be able to get 90 minutes at 352x240?
(please say yes) :yippie:

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Does this mean we might be able to get 90 minutes at 352x240?
Depends on the capacity of the disc. Capacity in bytes = minutes * 60 * 75 * 2324.

Subtract about 10mb for filesystem overhead (note this is for a standard-sized disc -- a mini-CD might need less) and then multiply by (2018 / 204 to compensate for the system stream.

Subtract the size of your audio, and what's left is your max target for video.

Run a file size prediction test targeted at that value and see how much you can squeeze on .
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