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Congratulations kwag, youve put in alot of work as we can all see.
Whats your next step from here? Some guides for encoding etc hopefully.

I would also like to see more templates, so keep experimenting with your GOP structures !! Who knows, one day you may create your own MPEG structure hehe.

Anyway keep up the good work, many people appreciate it.
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That post was posted by me, didnt realise you could make posts as a guest, I sugest you take off the option letting guests post, just a suggestion.

Cya.
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04-21-2002, 04:51 AM
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That post was posted by me, didnt realise you could make posts as a guest, I sugest you take off the option letting guests post, just a suggestion.

Cya.
Hi cybermage26:

Thanks. I forgot to change the permissions here.! That's because my eyelids are sticked to the back of my head. It's 5:45 AM here, and I'm still slamming at the keyboard.

I guess I'm pretty tired, as I've been all night configuring the final details of the site, and the forum. I hope everyone likes it, because I've put it up in less that 24 hours!.

Future plans are creating very detailed guides, specifically for video captures.

Then topics on converting those captures, or any material, to MPEG-1 and MPEG-2. And of course to KVCD's


The first guides on schedule will be for BT-848/878 chip based boards.

Right now the only guides in the site are Sefy's, which are the standard for reference on just about every subject.

I am the kind of person who doesn't like to "re-invent the wheel", so I will not make guides that have already been made.

I''ll take it one step at a time, hopefully adding some advanced topics, and trying not to duplicate information already available in other sites.

I will never have pop-up banners in the site. Eventually there will be some
small button ads from sponsors, but no more than one per page.

This will help keep the site growing and everyone benefits.


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Right, Rodders is here ... let the party commence!!
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Afternoon everyone...... Its good to see some familiar names signing up. Congratulations Kwag, this site seems to have sprung up overnight - well actually it did didn't it I guess you must be looking like this
I look forward to increasing my knowledge......
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[quote="energy80s"]Right, Rodders is here ... let the party commence!! who is Rodders
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Well done Kwag on the new site. Looks great.
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Well done Kwag on the new site. Looks great.
Thanks Jackal.

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Appreciate your time and effort for this site and subject matter....Looking forward for interesting discussion and knowledge to be shared here....Congrats, and well done!!!
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Appreciate your time and effort for this site and subject matter....Looking forward for interesting discussion and knowledge to be shared here....Congrats, and well done!!!
Thank you slab!.

As bilbogod said earlier. At 6:00AM this morning I looked like this
just before turning the site and forum on.

Now I feel like this
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Defenetly great work on the page! and i'll hopefully manage to keep the guide updated to cover as much as possible, so people won't need to wonder around through the many guides, atleast the newbie's won't

And it's great seeing familiar people here! and i'm glad to be a part of this great group! good luck for everyone!

On a side note:
To everyone who posts and would like me to assist, please include my name somewhere (topic name/topic itself) so when I do a search, i'll be able to locate those who ask for me, and i'll answer as many posts as I can!
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