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Is it really necesary to downsample? I have been doing it since it is the standard for SVCD. AM i wasting time?
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You'll have much more compatibility with players at 44.1 than at 48.

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Is it really necesary to downsample? I have been doing it since it is the standard for SVCD. AM i wasting time?
You surely do !

AS 48 Khz is the standard for DVD, nearly all DVD player accept VCD with 48kHZ audio stream.

Just test it
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05-21-2003, 11:39 AM
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I have 5 standalone DVD players, and only in two of them I can play 48Khz audio on (K)VCDs.
That's why I stick to 44.1Khz!

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05-21-2003, 11:45 AM
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I have 5 standalone DVD players, and only in two of them I can play 48Khz audio on (K)VCDs.
That's why I stick to 44.1Khz!

-kwag
5 Players???

Presumeably...

...One in the living room

...One in the bed room

...One in the bath room

...One in the kitchen

...One in the toilet (For some short films )


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05-21-2003, 11:54 AM
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5 Players???

Presumeably...

...One in the living room
Right!
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...One in the bed room
True!
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...One in the bath room
Not yet
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...One in the kitchen
Close, but not yet!
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...One in the toilet (For some short films )
That would be handy
One in my office, one in the bedroom, two in the living room (A JVC and the Panasonic DMR-E20 DVD Recorder), and one in my kid's room

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telemike

"really necesary to downsample?"
no but,nothing is better than test
some players needs,others don't.




Bchteam and Kwag

you 2 forgot:

one more in the pc

6...
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By not downsampling the audio for your SVCD's will also help with conversion to DVDR if that is a future option. For a DVDR's you will need 48khz audio.

I have made 100's of SVCD's and ALL with 48khz audio and I'm yet to find a DVD player that the audio does not play on.
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05-26-2003, 02:28 AM
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By not downsampling the audio for your SVCD's will also help with conversion to DVDR if that is a future option. For a DVDR's you will need 48khz audio.

I have made 100's of SVCD's and ALL with 48khz audio and I'm yet to find a DVD player that the audio does not play on.
hi my dear friend CM.

stay here, enjoy and teach us some,
your knowledge is rare and precious.
you are welcome

when i think about this i see that it is really true
cos dvds sounds are in 48k.
thanks for accept my invitation and for the hint .


@ all :
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he is my guest.

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05-31-2003, 07:54 AM
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Just tested 48khz audio with SVCD on my player...and..it works!!! (oops, Doom9 did I use too many !!!!!!!????)




and I am using SweetHead now too!
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