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07-07-2004, 07:36 AM
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Hello. I am new to dvdr scene but not kvcd recently got me a NEC 2510A dual layer 8x dvd writer. I have 2 dvd movies i want to backup onto 1 dvd+r media i believe with KDVD template this is possible. I have calculated the total size of a 4.7gb dvd disc in bytes to be able to calculate target size mpg for tmpg encoding. Before i go anywhere else I have 2 questions:
1) on the KDVD full template is it best to leave min bitrate at 300 and max at 5000 cause with kvcd I had my min bitrate at 64?
2) on the KDVD template i noticed that the GOP is set to 15 where as with KVCD it was 24? can someone explain this?

I have Tmpg DVD Author and was wondering how easy this is to use as i would like the menu and chapters from the 2 movies i put on 1 dvd+r media.

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1) on the KDVD full template is it best to leave min bitrate at 300 and max at 5000 cause with kvcd I had my min bitrate at 64?
As for KVCD, it's a standalone matter. With mine I use 64 even for DVD. You have to test on yours.

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2) on the KDVD template i noticed that the GOP is set to 15 where as with KVCD it was 24? can someone explain this?
KDVD template tends to be 100% DVD compliant. And DVD standard set the GOP to 15 max in PAL and 18 in NTSC.

Noone can pretend your KDVD is not standard and taht is normal if a standalone can't play it. That was not the case with a KVCD.

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I have Tmpg DVD Author and was wondering how easy this is to use as i would like the menu and chapters from the 2 movies i put on 1 dvd+r media.
It's easy to create menu and chapter menus but NOT to re-use the original menu of the DVDs.
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