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Could you recommend me the best method of convert!
I had try many times ,but the effect not ok!
I use tmpgplus 2.511+POWER DVD cyberlink mpg2 decoder,
and m2v_vfp-0.6.33 plug in.
also I use the tools of DVD VCD Converter Plus 2.0. etc.

PLEASE HELP ME!!!
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hi

take a look at this

http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2885
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Hi p42g

Unless your have a dvd-rw i wouldn't bother with mpeg 2 as anything under 2500kbit mpeg 1 is superior, i am sure kwag will confirm you this too

For my encodes i do the following:
1. rip the dvd using DVD Decrypter.
2. Use DVD2AVI and save the project.
3. Use HeadAch3e to create MP2 file (i never try to go below 128kbit)
4. Use avs script in tmpgenc and sampler to do file predection.
5. Once i have target file size i do full encode (i try never to go below 544 res as i don't like anything lower)
6. Once i got my mv1 encode i go into BBMpeg and mux the audio and vid together.
7. I then transfer the 1 or 2 mpg files to cd writing machine and burn using nero burning rom (always write at 2x)

Thats my steps to doing kvcd
I think many others have similar steps too

Later.
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thank you for your responses!
but when I use the TOK load avs file, program error !prompt "invalid floating point opration"!!!

and I found when you use DVD2AVI SAVE PROJECT ACTION, ONLY the
audio timestamp work ,video not change! iI DON'T konw the status ok?
why? could tell me the reason! how to resolve it!

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welcome p42g


before it all you need to test what resolution your player suport.
for example:
my player only suport 352x240 in mpeg1
and lots with mpeg2.

download ,burn and test i a cdrw first,ok?

after the test you choose what you want to do.

KVCD Version 2 Compatibility Test CD image:
http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2464

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thanks!

I only want take the DVD convert to VCD, mpg1 format!
but I feel the result of complete the convert too bad!!!
indeed, less than realmedia format at 450K!
so, I can't belive the fact!
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Quote:
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thanks!

I only want take the DVD convert to VCD, mpg1 format!
but I feel the result of complete the convert too bad!!!
indeed, less than realmedia format at 450K!
so, I can't belive the fact!

did you download and make a test first?


or this results is from other source?
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450k??? Theres no way that's the whole film...you probably just encoded a tiny fraction of it. Play it to see if theres anything there...
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450k??? Theres no way that's the whole film...you probably just encoded a tiny fraction of it. Play it to see if theres anything there...
Talk about compression my friend
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Quote:
Originally Posted by PyRoMaNiA
450k??? Theres no way that's the whole film...you probably just encoded a tiny fraction of it. Play it to see if theres anything there...
explain:
1. the source is the DVD file!
2.whole file decoded, sure!!!
3.compare the same source and diffrent convert result!
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