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Yep, you're right.
But it's not as easy as you might think...
Plus I need time and lately I even haven't found spare time for my family and friends so I guess that the Kdvd guide will have to wait a bit longer .
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Yep, you're right.But it's not as easy as you might think...
Actually I'm always stopped in my taste to make a guide on the "size prediction part". There is no real solution to expose in a beguiner manual (I personnaly do all manually), whatever the encoder .
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Actually I'm always stopped in my taste to make a guide on the "size prediction part".
Actually there's always a way to explain it and write it down on the paper.
My main issue is really time.
I can't even remember when was the last time I backup a movie to KDVD .
And I'm sure I must have bought at least 3 or 4 new original movies in the mean time.
It's frustrating .
Eventually I'll find some time to finish my guides and I'll post them for you but I really can't tell when .
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Yep, you're right.But it's not as easy as you might think...
Actually I'm always stopped in my taste to make a guide on the "size prediction part". There is no real solution to expose in a beguiner manual (I personnaly do all manually), whatever the encoder .
Yeah! a decription of your manual processes might help others.
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Yeah! a decription of your manual processes might help others.
As often said, I used the method Vmesquita exposed long time ago for CCE (but usable also for HC). You can find it in this toppic :

http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic....ide+cce#125067
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