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11-15-2004, 01:27 AM
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What kind of quality loss am i looking at going with Kdvd Half. Cause i want to be about to put more then one DVD on a dvd-r but if there is quallity loss then i dont want to.
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11-15-2004, 01:44 AM
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of course...me too!



that's the reason why we all here do kvcds/kvdvs here....we love quality.


be more clever, what is your doubt?
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11-15-2004, 02:29 AM
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Hi,

As you are using a smaller resolution, there is a quality loss (if it's acceptable or not, is up to you: just make a DVD/RW with a sample encoded at both resolutions). But you can put more than 1 DVD on a DVD-R, even using the 704x576/480 resolution...

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11-15-2004, 10:22 AM
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I know with kvcd its blocking in places and sometime its noticable and some times it not. And i was hoping that this is not true with kdvd Also how can i use the intro that are listed on the main page. And what is the best way to go from DVD to kdvd
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11-15-2004, 11:24 AM
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I know with kvcd its blocking in places and sometime its noticable and some times it not. And i was hoping that this is not true with kdvd
Hi david,

If your DVD source is clean (Some are not so clean!), you can encode to KDVD directly using TMPGEnc using the full D1 template.
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Also how can i use the intro that are listed on the main page.
You can open the .mov files directly in TMPEG, if you get the .MOV plugin here: http://www.afterdawn.com/software/vi...or_tmpgenc.cfm
and encode to any resolution you want.

Edit: I just tried it, and I can't open the MOV files
Maybe it's my configuration.
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And what is the best way to go from DVD to kdvd
There are many ways
The best way is to learn Avisyth scripting, and use the optimal script posted on this site.

-kwag
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11-15-2004, 11:30 AM
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Alright i will hopefully get this to work i dont get my burner for another 3 days or so.
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