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this is my first post so please be gentle, i know when someone is new, the wolves will gang up

but here is my question, are these programs enough to transform a Divx AVI to a KVCD without DivFix or AC3Fix
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this is my first post so please be gentle, i know when someone is new, the wolves will gang up

but here is my question, are these programs enough to transform a Divx AVI to a KVCD without DivFix or AC3Fix
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cool thanks man, say i was wondering is KVCDx2 and KVCDx3 are better than regular KVCD?

im guessing here because i just saw KVCDx2 and KVCDx3
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09-07-2003, 08:33 PM
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Hi danny,

KVCDx2 was a template name. KVCDx3 is a label we named for the official resolution of the encoded MPEG files with our parameters. Read here: http://www.kvcd.net/portal/articles.php?lng=en&pg=20
KVCD stands for our trade name, which stands for .............. you'll know one day when we finish some legal paperwork , and it's not kwag's Video CD

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cool thanks man
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09-09-2003, 09:23 AM
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I am following the guide to the letter and only seem to be having problems when it comes to the mp2 audio file.

I have stream type as MPEG-1 Audio Layer II

My Sampling Freq is 44100hz

Channel mode is Dual Channel

Bitrate is 112

Error protection
original flag
copyright flag
private flag

they are all unticked

de-emphasis flag is NONE and USE Audio Edit is unticked

I do everything you say but still i can not hear it when playing it back on my system.

Im unsure why.
Any alternatives?

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09-17-2003, 05:04 AM
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Hey, I just attempted to make my first kvcd the othery day using this guide. I should maybe put this in the success story section but I wanna say thanks to Cougar for making a guide that stupid people like me can understand. The video on the kvcd isn't far off from the source video, and the audio is just fine, everything worked first try.

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09-25-2003, 01:00 AM
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first just wanted to say thanks for the guide...but i got a problem...i tried a couple small .avi files and i converted them both perfectly fine in my first attempt but then when i tried a whole .avi movie i gotta problem where i cant hear nothing when i play my mp2 file theres not a single noise so i went and made a mp2 file with a small .avi file again and i can hear it fine?? any1 have any idea on what i can do?? thanks in advance...
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09-27-2003, 07:49 AM
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09-27-2003, 08:00 AM
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first just wanted to say thanks for the guide...but i got a problem...i tried a couple small .avi files and i converted them both perfectly fine in my first attempt but then when i tried a whole .avi movie i gotta problem where i cant hear nothing when i play my mp2 file theres not a single noise so i went and made a mp2 file with a small .avi file again and i can hear it fine?? any1 have any idea on what i can do?? thanks in advance...
I had the same problem myself but I know how to fix it. In VirtualDub save the audio to a .WAV file then instead of using tmpgenc to copy the audio from the AVI to an mp2, don't open the AVI, use the WAV file instead. I'm not a very good writer so that's the best I can explain it. Looka round for some more guides or just do what I do: Experiment!
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09-27-2003, 11:14 PM
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wait, so doing it this way i can fit a 100mins video on the 80mins cd?
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09-27-2003, 11:20 PM
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well this method didnt work so well for me... rather change disk in my dvd player then wait 32 hours for enocoding
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09-27-2003, 11:40 PM
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I agree- it makes me wanna bust a coffee table
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09-28-2003, 12:52 AM
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wait, so doing it this way i can fit a 100mins video on the 80mins cd?
No, with KVCD you can fit up to 180 minutes on a disc! That's the great thing about it
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09-28-2003, 04:32 AM
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Or 360 minutes with ULBR, but that's for small TV sets, as quality will be sub VCD. Still watcheable, and on small TVs ( 13" or so) it will look just like a VCD
See the information here: http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2372
Edit: Sorry, the sample is no longer available.

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09-28-2003, 09:37 AM
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am i doing sometin wrong? cuz tmpgnec says it tak 30hrs and i have a 2.0ghz inter pen4. and when i tried the guide "divx to kvcd" guide, i dont know what to do when i get to the part about using moviestacker.
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10-01-2003, 12:30 AM
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am i doing sometin wrong? cuz tmpgnec says it tak 30hrs and i have a 2.0ghz inter pen4.
That's weird. With that speed it shouldn't take more than 8-10 hours. You might be encoding the movie with too high a quality setting. Make sure no other programs are running in the background using up your CPU usage and if that's still not enough speed maybe you should buy a bigger fan and overclock your processor to about 2.4GHz or even 3.0GHz.
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10-01-2003, 12:33 AM
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yeh it bloody rocks. i reckon it looks like Drew Carey
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Ok decided to give this a try. everything went well till part 3 in TMPGEnc when I hit a "Write error occurred at address 77F83905 of module 'NTDLL.DLL' with 00000000. What can I do about this? Thanks all, so far looks great, just hope I can finish
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10-03-2003, 08:41 AM
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Tried it again and got another error "Write error occurred at address 00401c9f of module TMPGEnc.exe with 02824704". This is getting very frustrating, Nero is looking better and better. Any suggestions again
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