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10-15-2005, 02:59 PM
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Hello to all looking in,

I will try to explain clearly where I am at so here goes,

My source will always tend to be VCD 2cd's NTSC sometimes PAL which I would of downloaded.

Now I can complete a kvcd so I'm alright as far as that.

It's just that I do not do any scripts! I miss that part out completely.

My final results are still respectable as I use the templates KVCD-CQ-352X240 NTSC

or KVCD-352X288 PAL as you know depending on the source.
But want better quality because with a good script you can?


Can somebody please help me on this script stuff I have read up on it and it still confuses me!

I have downloaded FITCD as it seems I will need this,

Can anyone walk me through this?

Based on the VCD sources I use or have a script that I would need?

How do I do the script and at what point does it come into my process?

Any help appreciated
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10-15-2005, 03:29 PM
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Hi kathleenbilly,

First things first. We don't talk about downloaded VCDs.
Now, about AviSynth filters, start here: http://www.avisynth.org/index.php?page=YourFirstScript
That should be your starting point.
Using scripts will allways help you get better quality from your encodes, but reencoding a VCD (or any other already compressed source) will always look worse than the original, so we only recommend encoding from DVD sources.

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10-15-2005, 03:35 PM
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Ok I have fit CD

And I'm trying to work it out so here goes....

Load source file into Fitcd IE: In my case it will be an VCD joined 2cd Mpeg (No audio)

Load a script which I can copy and paste into FITCD?

(I need a script please for VCD)

You then load the saved script into Tmpeg which works as a middle man between your original file and Tempeg?

Is this right

So I think I need

1) A Script for VCD's as my source either in NTSC or PAL

2) Instructions on the settings in FITCD for making a one CD kvcd 790mb file which (includes the audio as such)


Please help as I'm close?
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10-15-2005, 03:39 PM
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Thanks,

kwag for the reply now reading up on the info given thanks,

Sorry about the vcd stuff

Had a read anyone got a script I could use in the Fit cd program to improve my encodes?
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10-15-2005, 04:58 PM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by kathleenbilly
Had a read anyone got a script I could use in the Fit cd program to improve my encodes?
Take a look at the optimal scripts section in the forum, and also, you might want to give "PARanoia" a try, instead of FitCD
Check the "PARanoia" forum area.

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