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06-15-2005, 09:04 PM
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How to add soud in KCD/KDVD templet? I will be glad if you paste the KDVD and KVCD templets (NTSC, the longest time version" to here.

Because I am quie new in this field. I will still NOT know how to do if you don't put the templet here straightforward
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06-15-2005, 09:28 PM
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Hi lbhl,

All KVCD templates have audio disabled, because TMPGEnc produces very poor audio.
Read the forums on how to convert your audio with HeadAC3he or BeSweet.
That's the way we all encode our audio here
The templates are here: http://www.kvcd.net/dvd-models.html

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06-22-2005, 12:14 PM
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I really don't care whether the audio is poor with TmpgEnc. Many guys like me simply try to find the solution to how to burn a DVD more than 5+ or 10+ long hours. Can you please provide me KDVD/KVCD templets with audio enabled? So I can author the MPEG-1/2 files in TmpgEnc DVD Author directly. I don't like extra steps for the audio process.

Thank you!
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06-22-2005, 12:23 PM
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You can enable it by yourself by selecting ES(audio+video) as "Stream type" in the main window of tmgenc. Afterwards, go in the setting to set the parameter according to the quality you want for the audio stream.

Note: if you don't understand or can't do or even don't want to do that by yourself, you should consider to stop doing KVCD/KDVD now. This ask for self investment.
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06-22-2005, 02:11 PM
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Follow your intructions. Now sound is available. But when I author it in TMPGEnc DVD Author, a message windows pops out:

"The video GOP is too long.

The GOP of the video is too long. Dvd-video standard requires the GOP is structured as below. 36 fields (18 frame) (NTSC) 30 fields (15 frame) PAL If you are using the XDVD format you an ignore this message."

Although I can ignore it, I doubt whether this DVD can be played by ALL standard DVD players.[/IMG]
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Quote:
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Follow your intructions. Now sound is available. But when I author it in TMPGEnc DVD Author, a message windows pops out:

"The video GOP is too long.

The GOP of the video is too long. Dvd-video standard requires the GOP is structured as below. 36 fields (18 frame) (NTSC) 30 fields (15 frame) PAL If you are using the XDVD format you an ignore this message."

Although I can ignore it, I doubt whether this DVD can be played by ALL standard DVD players.[/IMG]
Video streams obtained with KDVD templates, are 100% compatibles with DVD standard. If such type of message popups, is doubt to your own personal error. Take a look into TMPGEnc settings, slowly, carefully, you will find out all that you need, something like gop size and max frames in gop, open or closed, etc.
Be sure you are using correct KDVD template and no a KVCD one.
About audio, you can use toollame as external encoder (set it in tmpgenc preferences), it will give you better quality than internal ecoder. But if you don't know about what I am talking, just forget it.
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