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My question if you may answer is how do i reincode this size file using kvcd format so it will fit on a single cd without loosing the sound are quality of the movie .
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My question if you may answer is how do i reincode this size file using kvcd format so it will fit on a single cd without loosing the sound are quality of the movie .
Hi Maxumw2000,

The same way we reencode 4.7GB VOBs on a DVD and make them fit on a CDR
However, be advised that it depends on what type of material you are reencoding.
For KDVD, you can easily encode two movies and put them on one DVD-R, without any visual quality loss.
For a KVCD, it depends on movie activity.
Read the forums and learn to script with Avisynth filters, which are a key component to pre-processing your material before encoding.
Start by reading the guides, links available on the main page at www.kvcd.net


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