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06-13-2002, 11:00 PM
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Hi Folks,

Here's a problem I can't solve. I'm having great success encoding DVD rips using the KVCDx2 2CD template. But when I split the file into two halves using the TMPGenc MPEG tools, I have trouble burning them with VCDEasy. For example, my original MPEG is 1.6 GB, and after cutting I have two files that are about 745 MB. Perfect. But when I run VCDEasy, it creates a .bin file that is 858 MB. WAY too big.

I've had this problem every time I use the MPEG cutting tool, and ONLY when I use the cutting tool. Usually, my cut files are small enough that it doesn't matter.

I would greatly appreciate any advice you have!

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06-13-2002, 11:08 PM
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Originally Posted by Peter
Hi Folks,

Here's a problem I can't solve. I'm having great success encoding DVD rips using the KVCDx2 2CD template. But when I split the file into two halves using the TMPGenc MPEG tools, I have trouble burning them with VCDEasy. For example, my original MPEG is 1.6 GB, and after cutting I have two files that are about 745 MB. Perfect. But when I run VCDEasy, it creates a .bin file that is 858 MB. WAY too big.

I've had this problem every time I use the MPEG cutting tool, and ONLY when I use the cutting tool. Usually, my cut files are small enough that it doesn't matter.

I would greatly appreciate any advice you have!

--Peter
Hi Peter:

I think that your problem is when you're cutting the mpeg, you're not selecting "MPEG-1 Video CD ( Non-standard )"

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06-13-2002, 11:34 PM
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Yup, that's it. Thanks Kwag!

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