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What do most people here feel to be to low of a CQ? I understand that it all depends on my own eyes; but at what point does lowering the CQ begin to degregate the original source? I've found that my player will play 704x480 mpeg-2, but at that resolution CQ hovers around 65. Thanks for all your input guys/gals.
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Hi incognito,

Can't give you an exact number (or even an approximate number), because for a reference CQ value, if you make changes to MIN and MAX, your CQ will change completely
Just make a quick test: Find CQ for a particular movie with MIN=300 and MAX=2,500. Now find CQ for the same movie with MIN=500, MAX=2000. Now, what's your new CQ

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704x480 mpeg2 burned as vcd or svcd?


thanks in advance!
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704x480 mpeg2 burned as vcd or svcd?


thanks in advance!
Burned as SVCD.
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704x480 mpeg2 burned as vcd or svcd?


thanks in advance!
Burned as SVCD.
more stup questions...i forgot this details:
muxed as svcd in bbmpeg?


my player can't play this resolutions in mpeg1,
i see tons of little green blocks with the image...
and i want to try using mpeg2 !
who knows?!?!

thanks in advance again incognito!

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Muxed as SVCD also.
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Muxed as SVCD also.
i'm really thankfull my friend incognito!

i post the result later,i did one little sample to test in cdrw!
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surprise!

incognito my friend,
is working fantastic in my player:
704x480,muxed at svcd and burned as svcd in nero!


quality?
nobody knows what is dvd or kvcd in my tv29
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08-21-2003, 02:57 AM
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Have fun playing with your newfound kvcd quality at 704x resolution Jorel!

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thanks d&c(gentle giant),

believe,i never try it before,the quality is amazing,
now here is 05:07am,i burn in cdrw a small sample
with 30mb size and the audio 48k.
.....i can' t see what is different from the original dvd.
i'm.....

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08-21-2003, 03:36 AM
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@jorel: Now You found it Out! Be happy! I use it since month. Take a look at DCD 5.0 Standard or DCD.6.0.0.1. I'm using the resolution 704x576 (480) in MPEG2. So I got more Quality than in 720x480. Try it.
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believe Avalon:
i have all your guides(and all kvcd guides) in my hd!

i will try of course!
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If it helps my player has been able to play all resolutions in mpeg-1 thus far except kvcdx3 528x480. I havent tried kvcdx3 mpeg-2 yet but maybe... I also know I can play 352x240, 480x480 and 704x480 mpeg-2. This also works for 23.976 and 29.97 fps.
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hey incognito,
my player can play:
320x240 - mpeg1 as vcd
352x480 - 480x480 - 704x480 - mpeg2 as svcd

but with 544x480 and 528x480 in mpeg2 (cos mpeg1 is impossible)
i got big(yes,BIG) black borders in the left and the right size of the image!

don't know if i can "change" anything to use this resolutions.

any idea?

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