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08-21-2003, 11:40 PM
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I've just made my first KVCD.All went well.The file sie is 629mbs and the audio+video length is about 84 mins.My problem is wit5h nero.When I load it up in Nero,uncheck compliant cd it goes way past 800mbs(red lines).Do I have to redo this kvcd?
I know with vcd/svcd it's not the size of the file but the size of the audio+video file.Is this the same with KVCD.If so how the heck to I get it to fit on the 700mb CD-R??
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08-21-2003, 11:49 PM
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Welcome Fistandantilus,

Could you try loading your muxed .mpg file in VDCDEasy
And also, make sure you mux your video and audio with BBMpeg. Not with TMPEG.
Use this screenshot as a guide:



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08-22-2003, 03:49 AM
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And also, make sure you mux your video and audio with BBMpeg. Not with TMPEG.
I totally disagree with that

I do all my muxing with TMPGENC and I never, never ever, had any size problem ! The file size if even smaller than with BBMPEG.

But you have to be very carrefully about the muxing mode : never let TMPGENC choose it automatically !
Set manually to MPEG1 (VCD non compliant) or MPEG2 (Super VideoCD VBR) after having load the video !
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08-22-2003, 10:54 AM
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Hi Phil,

The muxing produced by TMPEG is different than the one produced by BBMpeg or Mplex. You'll see more compatibility with BBMpeg's muxed files than with TMPEG's muxing. This has been a fact for quite a while now. There are many DVD players that just don't play correctly when you mux with TMPEG, but play flawlessly when muxed with BBMpeg. I have 5 DVD players, and one of them (forgot which now!) doesn't work correctly when playing TMPEG muxed MPEG files, but all 5 players play correctly when playing BBMpeg muxed mpeg files.

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08-22-2003, 03:19 PM
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Fistandantilus? Where have I heard that before? That name stirs up cobwebs in my brain...
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08-22-2003, 08:20 PM
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LOL.Dragonlance is where the name comes from.Plus you may have seen this name on many other forums as I have been using it for over 6 years now.
BTW kwag thanks for the help.It's been along time since I had to use bbmpeg and was lost so I went with your first one and used vcdeasy.I made a bin/cue of the file and then used nero to burn it.Worked good.Only problem I had was a little jerkiness but I think that is due to me not checking the inverse telecine.I am trying it again with tmpgenc and inverse telecine checked.
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08-24-2003, 06:41 PM
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Oh yeah! He was the old wizard that was buddies with Tasslehoff! LOL
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08-25-2003, 04:28 PM
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LOL.No that was Fizban.Fistandantilus was the mage that Raistlin went back in time to fight.
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