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dvd_maniac 06-03-2003 11:19 PM

guides to author kvcd on dvd-r?
 
I can not find any information or guides to author kvcd on dvd-r. I have just made my first successful kvcd on a cd-r using the KVCD-ULBR-352x240-_NTSCFilm_-PLUS.mcf template. I wish to use this same template to strech the imagination as to how much video I can fit on one DVD-R...
I have ulead movie fac 2.0
Maestro 2.9
Tmpgenc Dvd Author
DVDit Pro 2.5
Nero 5.5
Any help in doing this would be great. Please?

el_mero_zooter 06-06-2003 11:18 AM

Re: This Forum Is A Great Idea But...
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by dvd_maniac
I can not find any information or guides to author kvcd on dvd-r. I have just made my first successful kvcd on a cd-r using the KVCD-ULBR-352x240-_NTSCFilm_-PLUS.mcf template. I wish to use this same template to strech the imagination as to how much video I can fit on one DVD-R...
I have ulead movie fac 2.0
Maestro 2.9
Tmpgenc Dvd Author
DVDit Pro 2.5
Nero 5.5
Any help in doing this would be great. Please?

D_M,
do you want to convert/encode to mpg that's dvd compliant?
or do you want to put {already encoded} kvcd's that youve already Kooked?

I think you can probably fit about 6 to 10 hours of video using the
KDVD template{s}. Maybe about two apps of the ones u list above will handle kvcd's or vcd-ready mpg files... other than using svcd2dvdmpg or KVCD2DVDMPG Pro, Plus,,or another one like that....

most i think ive done to date is four movies on a dvdr, about two hours each.....with dvd-to-dvd_like, to svcd to svcd-like quality...
i guess it also depends on how much quality you can stand...

ztr

and yes, youre right,,there's no guide yet....
I'm working on a simple guide, problem is that everyone uses different appz to author...but it should be straight forward enuff to follow , burning would be covered too, but again,,,its subjective...

dvd_maniac 06-06-2003 02:04 PM

Thanx
 
That would be great for you to implement a guide for at least one popular authoring program. I think that this site and ideas are great but to be more newbie friendly would certainly help it grow and improve.
P.S. I am sorry, I seem to be a victim of not researching before I ask Stupid questions. But thanx I appriciate your information... :P

satanic1 09-26-2003 10:10 AM

Well first off, I am new to this forum so...hello. I am however not new to ripping, encoding, muxing, demuxing, etc., etc. But, being new to the latest formats such as KVCD, KDVD etc., etc., I find myself scratching my head in trying to decipher a way to convert KVCD to DVD (mpeg2) format.

Last night I used TPMGenc to convert a KVCD to mpeg2 DVD compliant file and I haven't had a chance to burn this to a DVD-R as yet. I viewed the converted mpg2 file in WinDvd and so far (about 25 minutes) it looks great. I am sure you are asking yourself why I would want to convert from KVCD to anything else. The answer is simple. My set top player does not play the newer formats. I have tried to convert and burn KVCD's to VCD, SVCD both compliant and non-compliant using Nero6 but no joy. My player does play (according to Pioneer's website) CDRW, DVDR, DVDRW, SVCD, VCD and mp3's. I have even tried to burn the Bin file and play that through it but no luck.

So, in a nutshell I have had no luck in burning or converting to VCD or SVCD a KVCD file. Your guide would be greatly appreciated if it is done yet. I will search the rest of the forum to see if I can find it but, I thought I would start here.

Thanks in advance for your help.


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