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04-13-2006, 12:18 AM
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I have a dvd thats in
lpcm : 2 ch format

and when i try to use that acp program, it comes up saying
only ac3 streams allowed?

ACP is the easiest and best program , so far that i have used to make kvcd's!

Is there any other program just like acp that allows other streams on ther then ac3? if soo please tell me
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04-22-2006, 05:44 PM
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I may have leave too long time in vacation but what is ACP ?
Are you talking about this tool died and burried monthes ago ? Just forget it.

Some people use DVD2SVCD to do KVCD. You can find some tips on how to use it in the DVD2SVCD section of the forum.

Or you can use DVDREasy.
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04-24-2006, 01:16 AM
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Will dvdtosvcd! doi everything like acp!, where it will rip the dvd and then encode it to kvcd?
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04-24-2006, 06:11 AM
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where it will rip the dvd and then encode it to kvcd?
Yes it is, even if I do not recommand this tool because it really sucks in the size prediction part. But nevertheless, it is a lot better than ACP.
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04-24-2006, 07:17 AM
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Quote:
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I may have leave too long time in vacation but what is ACP ?
I Googled and finally found it:
http://eagson.webcindario.com/module...download&cid=4
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Description:
program to convert dvd and avi files to videocd.
features:

* dvd/avi/avs/ogm/mkv to vcd.
* ogm/mkv to avi.
* transcode wav,mp3,ac3,ogg... audio streams.
* finds optimal values to get a desired size.
* custom audio and video parameters.
* avisynth scripting.
* batch encoding.
* ifo parsing.
EDIT:
http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?p=124644#124644
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wow ima try this right now,! but
i dontcare to burn it to vcd, just wanna watch it on pc lol
, thaats why wanted in mp4 format, but ima try this way and seee how small it makes the file. ALSO I noticed u used the PAL template. Does that matter/ cause my dvd is in NTSC format, and i heard most usa dvd players dont play PAL?
Did you change your mind and wants to watch your videos on your DVD-SAP or you still only want to compress the files ?
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04-24-2006, 11:53 AM
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the smallest conversion is .mp4. but i dont know how to watermark vidoes with .mp4 format

so the next best conversion is kvcd/ Im just trying to rip my dvd's to the lowest file size possible, for kvcd, and dont care about high audio quality or high vide quality

i just want a program, that will rip my dvd, and encode it to kvcd .mpg in the lowest file size possible and watermark the video! all in 1 program
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