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Does anyone ever use this? I tried it with a 2 hr vhs music video capture- loaded template with the Wizard and set it to CBR 625 (352x240) and adjusted the slider to fit 800 mb. I burned the cd and fast motion scenes are blocky but it looks ok otherwise. This seems like a convenient way to guarantee fitting 2 hrs of low-motion video (ie Jerry Springer) onto 1 cdr.
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Does anyone ever use this? I tried it with a 2 hr vhs music video capture- loaded template with the Wizard and set it to CBR 625 (352x240) and adjusted the slider to fit 800 mb. I burned the cd and fast motion scenes are blocky but it looks ok otherwise. This seems like a convenient way to guarantee fitting 2 hrs of low-motion video (ie Jerry Springer) onto 1 cdr.
Use the KVCD 352x240 template. You'll get 2+ hours without blocks ( except on very high speed scenes, just like a standard VCD ) .
You'll save space because of CQ, but quality will be as good as 1,150Kbps CBR.

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I just put 2 hours of mpeg1 useing the regular gop structure with the very low bitrate matrix coppied from CCE,(with a few changes) In CQ with 250 minimum 5000max 85 quality at 352 by 240 23.98fps on one 80min cd-r, and it looked surpriseingly good with a bit of blockyness but still less than kvcd and it wasn"t a low motion movie...it surprised the hell out of me..
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