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booboo 09-04-2004 01:13 PM

TMPGEnc: Templates for tmpgenc xpress 3?
 
does anyone have templates for ksvcd and kvcd

for xpress 3?

i know NOTHING about making them myself, its all

greek to me but if anyone could let me know where

to find them, id be very thankful.

Dialhot 09-04-2004 06:49 PM

Please read there :
http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic....r=asc&start=64

booboo 09-06-2004 09:03 AM

thanks alot for the help....

jorel 09-07-2004 02:46 PM

Re: templates for tmpgenc xpress 3.? where can i find 'em?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by booboo
does anyone have templates for ksvcd and kvcd

for xpress 3?

i know NOTHING about making them myself, its all

greek to me but if anyone could let me know where

to find them, id be very thankful.

in portuguese: http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=11129

314 11-12-2004 01:26 PM

TO ALL: If you own a DVD burner and TMPGEnc 3+, there is no reason for you to be here, since the technology invented by Karl is in that product and is called XDVD.

Do correct me if I am wrong Karl.

kwag 11-12-2004 05:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 314
TO ALL: If you own a DVD burner and TMPGEnc 3+, there is no reason for you to be here, since the technology invented by Karl is in that product and is called XDVD.

Do correct me if I am wrong Karl.

Yes, let me correct you :)
KVCD is a modification to MPEG. That's pretty clear, because we produced the "Notch" matrix.
But it's still MPEG-1 or MPEG-2, depending on what you encode.

Now, if you burn ANY non-standard MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 to a VCD, that's what's called XVCD.
If you burn to a DVD(+-)R media, it would be called a XDVD, again, because it's not standard.
However, KDVD (as our brand/trademark, whatever you want to call it), it's 100% DVD compliant, so in this particular case, it's not a XDVD, because the MPEG standard left provisions for modifications in the matrix, and that's what we call KDVD. So therefore, KDVD is not an XDVD, because it complies with the DVD standard, and will play on any standalone DVD player.

Now, if you stream a KVCD or KDVD over a network, there's no such a thing as XDVD, because the material has not been burned to any media.
In this case, KVCD is a "branded" MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 stream.
And trust me, it's already being used comercially, specially for low bitratre surveillance applications ;)

-kwag


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