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Can you explain how to make a good conversion with BeSweet? (in case we are missing something)
The problem is that besweetGui memorize all the settings when you close the tool and you do'nt have to set them again the next time. This way I do not remember what are the things to do step by step the first time.
But basically, open the Gui, load the wav as source, go in 2lame tab, choose "mp2enc" as encoding engine (not toolame that is the default and gave me some trouble - that is perhaps the reason of your trouble, set the audio bitrate you want in the corresponding setting on the left/bottom (don't remember the name), return to besweet tab, select "mp2" as output format and click on "wav -> mp2".

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Is there another good, reliable program to do the conversion wav > mp2?
Heada3che.

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Is it normal for my Windows Media Player to not play a mp2?
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Do I need something else in my PC to "understand"mp2?
A valuable mp2 codec.
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Thanks Mr. Phil, as youīve been accurate in every answer.

You are right about the .dll loaded. It surely was lame and thatīs the reason not even my WMP played the .mp2-lame trash file. Must be the problem of the other guy around the forum.

Before your answer, I found the HeadAC3eh. Was simpler than Besweet, and with the very complete page of the sir who made it, was easy to run. Im done with my wav>mp2. As Im writing this, Im multiplexing.

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As Columbo would say: Just one more thing...

Iīve just done the whole process. Uncheck "create compliant" in Nero, Burn, and then, when I play the KVCD itīs ok... you can see... you can listen... BUT

The movie I was encoding in the first time was a widescreen version. Then, as itīs 352x240 the format that the DVDPlayer understands from a VCD, when I play it on TV it gets fitted to 3:4 (everything looks like Modigliani )

When I play the MPG file of the KVCD disk in the PC looks fine, no problem, itīs when played in the DVD that appears the 3:4 proportion. Is there a way to modify a widescreen in order to make it look like widescreen in the DVD player??

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How did you encode the video ? With a script or directly put it into tmpgenc ?
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Now itīs ok! thanks... I just have to check and be sure to "keep aspect ratio" and set the output 352x240, although its widescreen... then the TMPGEnc puts black bars on top and bottom of the image, and the DVD player shows the 3:4 image with the 16:9 inside of it.

Thanks for Everything mr. Phil!!!

PD: By the way, do you know any forum where I can fix other problem that showed up: I have an AVI file, and the audio has a 3,5 seconds delay aprox... any suggestion on a forum about that or a piece of software to sync it?? Thanks!!
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Isolate the audio in wav with vdub and encode it with a delay into mp3 with besweet or hedaac3che.
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Thanks Mr. Phil!!! I set the delay on -4000 ms and everything worked just fine...

Your help has been very valuable. Thank you very much!!
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this is my besweet command

"D:\GordianKnot\BeSweet.exe" -core( -input "q:\School of Rock\dmt-xvid-sor\School of Rock.wav" -output "q:\School of Rock\dmt-xvid-sor\School of Rock-New.mp2" -logfilea "D:\GordianKnot\BeSweet.log" ) -ssrc( --rate 44100 ) -toolame( -s 44.1 )


what is the "B" parameter mentioned in this guide?

Any help would be highly appreciated!
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this is my besweet command

"D:\GordianKnot\BeSweet.exe" -core( -input "q:\School of Rock\dmt-xvid-sor\School of Rock.wav" -output "q:\School of Rock\dmt-xvid-sor\School of Rock-New.mp2" -logfilea "D:\GordianKnot\BeSweet.log" ) -ssrc( --rate 44100 ) -toolame( -s 44.1 )


what is the "B" parameter mentioned in this guide?

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Sorry about that!

I realized after posting in the forum that the last post was quite a few days back. So I thought no ones going to notice my post

So I thought I will pm you since u r the most active poster in this forum (and very knowledgeable)

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I have used the v4 script.

When I am trying to run it in wmp it gives me the foll error.

Convolution 3d supports YUY12 color format only.

My first try with avi>kvcd.

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Convolution 3d supports YUY12 color format only.
The correct message is surely "supports YUY2 color".
That means that you don't have the correct version of convolution3d.
You need the one called "Convolution3D_yv12.dll".
(and remove the other one from your plugin directory)
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5. Multiplex the video and audio files.
a. I simply use the MPEG Tools on TMPGEnc. So select File --> MPEG Tools?, select the Simple Multiplex tab.
b. On ?Video Input? click on ?Browse? and select the m1v file created on step 4.
c. On ?Audio Input? click on ?Browse? and select the MP2 file created on step 3

When i try and add the mp2 file in step 5C thats when i get the illegal audiostream file message.

The same to me.. anyone with good results?
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hi u guys i followed all the steps but iam still haeing some problem with the video everytime i go to encode it i get very bad video, its so bad that i have no clue what is going on in the movie, its fine as an ogm bt when i go o avi to mpeg or avi to m2v its horribe, even the avi is good. i dont know what settings i have have to make under the video, bitrate, etc because it is my first time using this program. can u please help me. or is it comming out slow and choppy becasue my pc speed is 550mhz, or do i have to select some diff options. i chose vcd ntsc and svcd ntsc, but they both r comming out bad, i got my avi from virtual dub mod, and ogg from the same program, then i went ogg to wav, then wav to mp2. please help

oh by the way if u r getting errors from going from wav to mp2, check ur c:windows/system file, and if u have any Mp2en.dll then delete it beacause it messes up ur convertion. i hope i have helped
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Convert AVI to KVCD

Let me start by greeting and thanking those who came up with KVCD, their able hands have given us the gift of quality into VCD and the power to amuse our ?knowledgeable? friends on ?How can you fit a complete movie on a single CD ?? ? and then ?How did you got that high a quality on a VCD ?

I have written this guide as a small contribution for the not so experienced user like myself. Some might find it to be a bad guide, but I just wanted to put together a simple step by step guide to those who don?t like using too many tools and software and don?t understand a whole lot about settings.

Software used:

GSpot
VirtualDub
TMPGEnc
BeSweet



1. First you have to determine the quality of your source AVI file. This is because if you want to use a resolution of 528 x 480 on your TMPGEnc template you must have a higher resolution on your source AVI file.

a. Open GSpot, select File --> Open, and open the AVI file.
b. Write down the relevant information. The ?x:y? information will tell you how high your KVCD template resolution can be. It?s also usable the size of the file, the FPS, the bit rate of the video and audio. If your resolution is lower than 528 x 480 you should use a 352 x 240 template.

2. Split the audio and video

a. Open VirtualDub, select File --> Open video file?, and open the AVI file.
b. Select Audio --> Direct Stream Copy and Audio --> Source Audio.
c. Select File --> Save Wav?, select a file name and click OK.
d. After the audio is done, select Audio --> No Audio.
e. Select Video Direct Stream Copy.
f. Select File --> Save as AVI?, select a file name and click OK.
g. You?ll end up with an AVI file with just the video, and a wav file with just the audio.
If I do this part of the above

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f. Select File --> Save as AVI?, select a file name and click OK.
I need more than 7 gigs for 10 mins. I'm assuming if I do the whole movie which is 1hr 45mins long it will take more tahn 120 gigs. Is there something I am doing wrong?
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Hi just out of curiosity why do you need to seperate the auido and video,i never have

BTW i think something is a miss becuase saving an avi as an avi shouldn't increase the size
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Hi just out of curiosity why do you need to seperate the auido and video,i never have

BTW i think something is a miss becuase saving an avi as an avi shouldn't increase the size
Because the F step says "Select File-- Save as AVI. and in step C. it says to save audio file. to wav. Then it says you'll need up with end up avi file with just the video , and a wav file with just the audio. By the way... Why do I need to resave the avi if the file I am making into a kvcd is already an avi file?
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OK i might be misunderstanding you but this is what i do with an avi


Video
1.Open Moviestacker and find source
2.Copy and paste the needed lines from moviestacker into Phil's V4 script(the Avisource line and the resizing lines)
3.save as avs file
4.Load avs file into Tok or CQ matic(whatever you use fro prediction)

ANd thats it for video

Audio

1.Open Avi in Vdub
2.Select under Audio tab Full Processing mode then Conversion-then select 44100 and final save as wave
3.Once the wave is saved then open Headach3e like usual and go from there

I am not saying that this is the only way but it always works for me

I never knew why people seperated the audio and video
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Because you didn't select Direct Stream Copy for the Video
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I never knew why people seperated the audio and video
Sometimes if you have avi video with errors under resaving you get a chance they will be corrected with VDub.
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i get a problen in step 5
multiplex the video and audio files


tmpgenc
Illegal MPEG audiostream
Plz HELP ME
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