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i have 7 seasons of a tv show i want to put on dvds.... hopefully...i want to fit one season on 1 dvd-r...i was hoping kdvd would be the answer to my problem.....each season has 13 episodes...each episode as an avi is 232mb....each episode is about 24-25 minutes long.....would this be possible? if so, i need a tutorial on how to make kdvds cuz i kno how to make kvcds but im new to kdvds...
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I put Sex and the city S6 : 20 ep, 591 min. So yes, it is possible.

Dvd are done like vcd exept for the authoring part. You should look at this part before to start to do so "complex" task.
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Phil, .... was your original PAL Vers. of SITC also just a phase shifted one or do you had to deinterlace it?

A simple
Telecide(order=1,guide=2,post=0)

restored it back to PAL progressive in my case
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what exactly to you meen by the "authoring part"? as i said, all i kno about kdvds is what i know from kvcds....

i tried the kdvd full template and tmpgenc told me that the estimated file size would be like 800mb.....that abosulety has to be rong....some1 needs to point me in the right directions....

basically needs some1 to fill in these blanks with my ideas added in:

first i split the audio and video with [ ...virtual dub? mod?]....i then use the [ ...kdvd full?] template in tmpgenc to convert the video to .mv2.... then i use [ ...headac3e?] to convert the audio to [ ...mp2?];....then i join them together with [ ....tmpgenc?]...then burn with nero..
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Phil, .... was your original PAL Vers. of SITC also just a phase shifted one or do you had to deinterlace it?

A simple
Telecide(order=1,guide=2,post=0)

restored it back to PAL progressive in my case
I use LeakKernelDeint with no problem but it's probable that telecide would have been enought. I didn't think about it.
(note: I did the DVD 3weeks ago and still not burnt it . I will see if I have the vobs on the HD and will compare telecide to leakkerneldeint on this).
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Hi coolitalian707,
Ok, here's something to start with.
VDub to split the video from the audio.
HeadAC3 or BeSweet to encode the mp3 to mp2.
Tmpgenc with Full D1 (or Half D1 is probably better if it is a tv capture) to encode the video to mpeg2.
Make sure you use CQMatic (with CalcuMatic ) to find the proper CQ to fill a DVD-R 4,7GB.
DVDLab Pro to Author (make menu and author).
If you can't afford DVDLab Pro try IfoEdit or Muxman just to mux the audio and the video back together.
Then use Nero (or maybe even better? ) DVDDecrypter to burn the muxed content to the DVD+/-R.
We can start from here.
But you better read some guide explaining how to make a proper (K)DVD.
If there isn't any then I guess it's about time we make one .
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what exactly to you meen by the "authoring part"? as i said, all i kno about kdvds is what i know from kvcds....
The authoring is what you have to do after you encoded the video. The "making" of the disc itself (with a menu to select the ep for instance). As I understand that you never did any DVD, then you should start to do a "basic" one, that is one movie (or two) and try to put that on a dvd. Starting with a tv show for the very first attemp is not something I'd recommend.

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i tried the kdvd full template and tmpgenc told me that the estimated file size would be like 800mb.....that abosulety has to be rong....
What is wrong is that you are using the wizard, don't you ? Tmpgenc can't tell you the size of any video (KVCD ou KDVD) before you encode it.
And 800 mb can be correct, according to the settings you put. Size is not related in whatsoever to the size of the source but only on the length in minutes.

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first i split the audio and video with [ ...virtual dub? mod?]
DVD2AVI ! Except if your sources are not DVD. And then, read the disclamer.

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....i then use the [ ...kdvd full?] template in tmpgenc to convert the video to .mv2....
With full template you won't put a complete season on a disc. First, forget about the template, just take one (let say the full one) that will set all the needed things in tmpgenc, and modify it according to the goal you have. And this is the same for any job you do.

For the season 6 (20 ep) I had to change the resolution to VCD one, ant the max bitrate to 2000. All the previous seasons have been done with 1/2DVD resolution (352*576) and max video bitrate to 3000. I put 15 ep per disc (some seasons are shorten than others).

All other settings are the ones of the full template. And of course I used a script


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then i use [ ...headac3e?] to convert the audio to [ ...mp2?];
This is right. Don't convert to 44.1, you have to be in 48Khs for DVD (different with VCD).

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....then i join them together with [ ....tmpgenc?]...
No need. That is where the authoring tool comes.
Look at Tmpgenc DVD Author, or DVDLab Pro.


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then burn with nero..
For instance.
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first i split the audio and video with [ ...virtual dub? mod?]
DVD2AVI ! Except if your sources are not DVD. And then, read the disclamer.
Sorry Phil, for a moment I forgot about that .
coolitalian707, you need to be aware that we don't allow DivX/XviD/MPEG4 discussian in the forum as it is clearly stated in the disclaimer.
In order to keep helping you we need to know where you got your source videos of the TV shows.
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Phil, .... was your original PAL Vers. of SITC also just a phase shifted one or do you had to deinterlace it?

A simple
Telecide(order=1,guide=2,post=0)

restored it back to PAL progressive in my case
I use LeakKernelDeint with no problem but it's probable that telecide would have been enought. I didn't think about it.
(note: I did the DVD 3weeks ago and still not burnt it . I will see if I have the vobs on the HD and will compare telecide to leakkerneldeint on this).
Youll see that the simple telecide command will be faster and does avoid blendings in some frames! As SITC in PAL gots a dynamical phase shift.
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first i split the audio and video with [ ...virtual dub? mod?]
DVD2AVI ! Except if your sources are not DVD. And then, read the disclamer.
Sorry Phil, for a moment I forgot about that .
coolitalian707, you need to be aware that we don't allow DivX/XviD/MPEG4 discussian in the forum as it is clearly stated in the disclaimer.
In order to keep helping you we need to know where you got your source videos of the TV shows.
Cheers
my friend somehow recorded it onto his computer from a tv....i think he may have recorded them onto a video casette first tho.....last time i checked, recording shows on tv is still legal right?
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my friend somehow recorded it onto his computer from a tv....i think he may have recorded them onto a video casette first tho.....last time i checked, recording shows on tv is still legal right?
Yes of course. Except that if this is your friend that did it... (in France) it's not legal for you to copy them (your friend can copy something for his own usage but not redistribute it).

But... the discussion about Divx is not related to legal or not. This is due to poor quality of the material. So whatever the origin of these episodes, if they are not in MPEG2, we won't go.
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Youll see that the simple telecide command will be faster and does avoid blendings in some frames! As SITC in PAL gots a dynamical phase shift.
Nope. Still too much combing effect after the telecide line.
LeakKernelDeint gives a lot better result.
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05-30-2005, 06:10 PM
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So maybe u deal in france with a diff. version like we do have?
As I got a fantastic result, no blending or combing resulted hmmmm
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