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03-15-2004, 12:18 PM
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i was wondering... could this prob be because the audio stream is mp2 with surround?? encoded with headac3che... and my sound card is stereo?? still wouldnt explain why it plays fine from my hd
No your problem are in the I/O between your CD and the HD. That happens very often. Don't think a CPU is all in a PC.
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No your problem are in the I/O between your CD and the HD. That happens very often. Don't think a CPU is all in a PC.
does this mean that kvcds wont be able to play without problems like this... or is there a way to fix it?
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03-15-2004, 01:39 PM
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I actually really wonder why you don't use XviD for your encodings if you only plan to watch them on the PC...
Nothing against KVCD, but MPEG-4 is just way more compressible, and if you set it right you get better quality-encodes (or better quality on less space) than with MPEG-1/2.
That's just my opinion here...
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03-15-2004, 04:58 PM
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I actually really wonder why you don't use XviD for your encodings if you only plan to watch them on the PC...
Nothing against KVCD, but MPEG-4 is just way more compressible, and if you set it right you get better quality-encodes (or better quality on less space) than with MPEG-1/2.
That's just my opinion here...
i was actually looking into ogm... but even if i never use kvcd again... it was fun...
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