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09-28-2002, 12:20 PM
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I tested the KVCD-LBR template on this 4hr's movie.
To fit it on 2 Cd's. It worked perfect.
There is just one problem. On my standalone dvd player
(Pioneer 343) the audio is "struttering" and jumpy..
On my computer there is no problems. Why
I opened the movie in Virtual dub, made a' Wav file because of
variable bitrate. Added subtitles and Frameserving to
TEMPGEnc. Opened vdr file, wav file and KVCD-LBR template
in TEMPGEnc.
Do i have to use another audio editing program, for
better resuls or... ?
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At this low bit rate, please use either SCMPX or Headac3he to encode your audio
I've added subtitles to about 100 movies earlier. With good resuls
But this var my first try, using KVCD Templates...
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09-28-2002, 02:31 PM
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Hi Chramon,

Did you dowsample your audio from 48Khz to 44.1Khz?
Also, did you mux with BBMPEG?
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09-30-2002, 01:23 PM
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Did you dowsample your audio from 48Khz to 44.1Khz?
nope...not when I converted the avi-sound file to wav,
but TEMPGEnc's output became 44.1Khz.

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Also, did you mux with BBMPEG?
Meaning what?
That I shoud add audio (Mux) afterwards I created a'
video file in TEMPGENC. With NO sound?
I described above My method. (First tryout)

I'm runnig a test now. Demultiplexing my videofile,
and multiplexing in BBMPEG.

Perhaps I should Download your Demo, Green mile. And
test it with my Standalone Player.
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10-07-2002, 01:02 PM
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I have tested your "Green Mile demo" now, on my
standalone dvd player.
Sorry, i have the same sound ploblems with it.
Struttering sound. I think i drop the project...
Using "Original TEMPGEnc templates" instead
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10-07-2002, 01:28 PM
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Hi Chramon,

Seems your DVD player doesn't like very low bit rates. Try a small change on the LBR. Increase the MIN bit rate from 64Kbps to 600Kbps. Make a small samle, and see if it stops stuttering.

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10-07-2002, 02:40 PM
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Thanks kwag
I'll give it a' try...
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This is my solution, when i encode wave to mp2 with stand alone programs(i dont use tempgenc for sound).
It works fine on my player witch is a cyberhome.
But when i play it on my best friends player, i got the same problem as you.
Well to fix that this is my solution, do your sound with tempgenc en it should work.
All do the quality is a little less then.
But what is better a little less quality or jumpy sound

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10-10-2002, 02:33 PM
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I haven't had any luck with muxing sound with bbmpeg either. The sound always goes out of sync. But when I encode with TmpgEnc the sound is always in sync. I did notice that the wav files were not the same size when you pull it out with MpegMediator as opposed to DVD2AVI.

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