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@All,

This post is to get suggestions for another Guide, e.g. MPEG-2 to KVCD,
or DVD to KVCD, etc. Also, if there are more comments about "Guide
to Converting Divx (avi) to KVCD" please let me know. The most requests
will get developed first and the Guide will cover common situations
with conversion. Let's here from you

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@All,

This post is to get suggestions for another Guide, e.g. MPEG-2 to KVCD,
or DVD to KVCD, etc. Also, if there are more comments about "Guide
to Converting Divx (avi) to KVCD" please let me know. The most requests
will get developed first and the Guide will cover common situations
with conversion. Let's here from you

-black prince
thanks friend black prince

i post this today and maybe you can help(me and newbys) a lot
i really need a complete tutorial from dvd 2 kvcd.
(than i stop to bore you all)
read please:
http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic....ce4449c3f053e7

when you make it i ask for muaddib to translate (portuguese-Brasil)
and if he do it,
i send the forum home page to my friends
and for all here in my country!



edited tons of times!
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02-16-2003, 02:10 PM
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@jorel,

Waiting for more people interested in DVD to KVCD or any other
Guide.

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@jorel,

Waiting for more people interested in DVD to KVCD or any other
Guide.

-black prince
black prince,
remember that your tutorial "divx to kvcd"
explode here without nobody waits for him.
a very good new surprise.
you surprised us,all are thankfull!
(i read now "only" 14586 Views in "divx to kvcd",10 pages... )


not kidding with you my friend:

what you are waiting to do the DVD to KVCD tutorial?????????
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02-16-2003, 04:31 PM
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DEFINATELY a DVD --> KVCDx3 guide would be superb. I was trying to do a couple rips myself, combining your excellent DivX --> KVCDx3 guide with the older KVCDx2 guide. But that older guide is just that: OLD! It explains how to use DVD2AVI quite well but it predates the usage of Avisynth scripts. What I found most confusing, as most DVD ripping novices do, is knowing when to do ITVC or deinterlace. And furthermore, I didn't know whether to let Tmpgenc do it or use avs plugins. I finally discovered plugins like Bob() and FieldDeinterlace(), but I know there are others... I'm also uncertain if the same sansgrip filters you've incorporated in your DivX --> KVCDx3 guide are suitable for DVD conversion (e.g. resize filters, SpaceDust, TemporalCleaner). Sooooo... with that in mind, YES, a DVD conversion guide please!
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@ black prince

"see"?.....
or better... ..."listen" the call for help?

this thread is called "sugestions" and have more than 59 viewsnow,than
if you turn this to "tutorial thread" you got more than 10.000 views
(or 20.000,or 30.000..don't know)
in few days.

thanks for your atention!

ps:
to all:
i "see" that black prince need a incentive!(but don't need of course)
can everybody post about this,please?


editing:
i read all posts(this is my way to learn)
i see many people ask about scripts,what template use...etc,
it's on various posts with the same answers.
with the tutorial you (and all wise ones ,of course)
can turn it all to the same thread!

don't need to say more words about this for you (friend)black prince!
i'm only waiting........
you with Kwag,rendalunit,muaddib,boulder,Sansgrip and many others,
(don't need more names,we have lots of wise people here)
will make a fantastic tutorial!!!!
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02-16-2003, 09:05 PM
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@jorel,

Ok, The next Guide will be DVD to KVCD with the latest avs script
and when to use ITVC or deinterlace.

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@jorel,

Ok, The next Guide will be DVD to KVCD with the latest avs script
and when to use ITVC or deinterlace.

-black prince
thank you dear friend!
i'm proud of you and feel that you make it all special for me!
and this will help thousands friends and newbys too!
i am reading your guide ....or better ,tutorial right now.
.....impressed me!
really cool.

thank you really much black prince!
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02-17-2003, 02:06 AM
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I think a great guide would be "ReplayTV captures to KVCD".

The newer ReplayTVs have Ethernet connections, and the MPEG2 files can be copied to a PC, edited, transcoded and burned. At High Quality, ReplayTV captures at 720x480, 9.8Mpbs VBR MPEG2, 224kpbs audio. Captures from digital cable look really nice, especially movies.

The one snafu with ReplayTV files, though, is that the MPG files are slightly non-standard. The biggest error is bad PTS coding in the MPG files, preventing them from being opened in most editing software. Running through Womble ($300) is the most recommended over on AVS Forum, but I've found PVAstrumento ($free) does the job as well. Audio sync can also be a problem in some cases.

Hopefully someone has more experience with this than me; I just got RTV, and am still learning the KVCD best practices, but may write it if no one gets around to it...
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02-17-2003, 02:18 AM
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Hi gpupurs,

Have you tried opening your captured MPEG-2 files with DVD2AVI, and creating a projet file to be processed with TMPEG?
That's what I do with my DMR-E20, which are also sort of non-standard MPEG-2 files. Processing with a .d2v file works flawlessly
Check this guide, which I forgot to make it a sticky, and I just did http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=11

-kwag
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02-17-2003, 10:19 PM
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Thanks Kwag. I could have sworn I already tried DVD2AVI, but I just tried it and the files open correctly. (Also confirmed that VirtualDub and TMPGenc, however, do complain of "unexpected end of file" and "cannot open, or unsupported", respectively.)

Thanks for the tip. I've printed your guide and will give it a try. Still trying to get my head around this stable of tools I've downloaded and not yet mastered...

PS: http://shh.dvdboard.de/ has been down for the entire weekend, any mirrors where I can get the latest version of FitCD?
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02-17-2003, 10:39 PM
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Hi gpupurs,

This is what you want : http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2142

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