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Adder 01-09-2004 04:40 PM

Kvcd: not enough space to burn this compilation?
 
hey all

I am trying to burn my finished encoding of Matrix Reloaded using Nero burning rom version 6 and its saying there isn't enough space to burn this compelation, my final encoding has come out at 795mb (833,687,556) i thought upto 800mb in mode2 was allowed?

anyone know why nero is refusing this i never had these problems with nero in the past :(

cheers.

kwag 01-09-2004 04:42 PM

Hi Adder,

Try burning with VCDEasy.
If you get the same error, demux your mpeg, and remux with TMPEG.
Try it that way ;)

-kwag

Adder 01-09-2004 05:17 PM

hey kwag

thanks for quick response.
Isn't latest VCDEasy limited to no more than 400mb files :?
can you explain how i would mux in tmpeg i never done this before :)

cheers.

Boulder 01-09-2004 05:25 PM

You should get the last free VCDEasy from the official site (v1.5.2 IIRC). It doesn't have any such limits.

Adder 01-09-2004 06:01 PM

hey guys

Thanks for your suggestions i pin pointed the problem!! :lol:

It was BBMpeg which i use to multiplex my audio and video together the settings were totally wrong must have reset somehow i corrected these remultiplexed and everything is burning now in nero :D nero is even saying the file is 801mb!! :lol:

so why would BBMpeg cause so much hassle just by settings puzzles me but you guys probably understand. heh

cheers.

Dialhot 01-09-2004 07:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Adder
so why would BBMpeg cause so much hassle just by settings puzzles me but you guys probably understand

isn't there a RED warning in bbmpeg saying "do not modify anything except if you know what you are doing" ?
You know the reason now :-)

buddyslack 01-09-2004 09:43 PM

I've had problems with mpeg files over 794 meg, sometimes they have needed to be overburnt by 1 second ect.
So I make sure all my s/kvcd mpeg files are <795meg
after I've made them bin/cue they come out around 804meg


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