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really? i always used the kvcd cb 120 min. ntsc-film template for that size. on an avi under 120 min. we should use the kvcdx3 template, or is that only for skvcd?
Stop boring yourself with templates ! Use always the kvcdx3 and change the resolution according to your needs ! Adjust also min/max bitrate.
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really? i always used the kvcd cb 120 min. ntsc-film template for that size. on an avi under 120 min. we should use the kvcdx3 template, or is that only for skvcd?
Stop boring yourself with templates ! Use always the kvcdx3 and change the resolution according to your needs ! Adjust also min/max bitrate.
the min and max should be the same as original avi?
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the min and max should be the same as original avi?
You have no way to know that but, fortunaly, that is not mandatory

Min must be set to the minimal supported by your standalone (mine supports 64, some 0, the majority claim for 300, very few need 600 min).
The maximum depends on the length of your movie.
If I want to put a 2h30 movie on one CD, it's easier to do that at 1800 as maximum that if I let the max to 2300 for instance. For sure scenes with big movement will suffer from this, but there is no way to put a movie such long on a CD wihtout limiting the bandwith somehow.
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hello all. i have been able to complete my first kvcd conversion from 1 avi file to 1 kvcd file.

My question is in the guide at step 5 is says "If video is larger than 800 MB, ...." is this a typo or is that correct. a 80min cdr is only 700 mb.

which would mean you would have to trim just over 100 mb for the video to fit right?

If i am wrong can someone let me know.

and for those who are wondering my 1 avi file was 699mb and with converting it i was able to get a 434mb kvcd file.
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hi lordviper2300

vcd are burnt in mode 2 which allows 800 mb's instead 700 on a regular 700 mb cdr

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1 avi file was 699mb and with converting it i was able to get a 434mb kvcd file
Size of the original avi has really nothing to do with it its more about how long the movie is.

Many people join 2- 700 mb avi's together and they make 1 kvcd
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nice guide, thanx! i've noticed though that whenever i play back the encoded video there's sorta pause happening every tenth second... which is a bit annoying... any ideas why that might happen?
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Do you have the problem on you PC or on the standalone ?
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on both! the picture quality is superb! but it freezes every 10th or 15th second just as i said above
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Fill that form please :

http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=8753
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SOURCE:

- Filetype: xvid
- not interlaced
- Framerate: 23.976
- Resolution: 570x360 or something, don't remember cause using a different pc
- Audiosamplerate: 48 khz
- Audio Type: mp3
- Audio: VBR

DESTINATION:

- K(S)VCD
- Mode: mpeg2
- Framerate: 23.976
- Resolution 240x480
- Audiosamplerate: 44.1 khz
- Audio Enc Type: mp2
- Encoding Appl.: TmpgEnc
- muxing Appl.: TmpgEnc
- Authoring Appl. Vcdeasy
- Burning Appl. Nero

If Avisynth is used:
not used


PS i didn't doublepost it was meant to be a "coming-out" story
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- K(S)VCD
- Mode: mpeg2
- Framerate: 23.976
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Set the video encoding mode to "3:2 pulldown during playback" in tmpgenc. That can solve your problem.

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- Resolution 240x480


Where the hell did you found this resolution ?
This is NOT a legal resolution and I'm even surprise you can read taht on your standalone.
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- Resolution 240x480


Where the hell did you found this resolution ?
This is NOT a legal resolution and I'm even surprise you can read taht on your standalone.
u can change it in the settings of the TMPGencPlus 352x480===>240x480

and yes my Provision DVD player reads it pretty well
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btw is it possible that the aspect ratio will be lost if i use "3:2 pulldown during playback" encoding? cause i always use "full screen (keep aspect ratio)" mode
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btw is it possible that the aspect ratio will be lost if i use "3:2 pulldown during playback" encoding?
No, not at all.
3:2 pulldown has nothing to do with aspect ratio.
It has to do with framerate flags.

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btw is it possible that the aspect ratio will be lost if i use "3:2 pulldown during playback" encoding?
No, not at all.
3:2 pulldown has nothing to do with aspect ratio.
It has to do with framerate flags.

-kwag
oops thanx :P
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u can change it in the settings of the TMPGencPlus 352x480===>240x480

and yes my Provision DVD player reads it pretty well
I did not asked you how you did that I asked you WHY you decide to use this NOT LEGAL resolution.
And your player does not play it well : it freezes every 10 second

I really don't understand the purpose to use such low resolution. If you like things unwatchable, stuck to regular VCD
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did everything as u said, guyz! it just won't work! in fact, the first time i transcoded the movie i used 3:2 pulldown playback by default... i checked it! but anyway, no matter what settings i use the TMPGenc produces a jerky picture... on every movie i've got
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And you say you have this also on the PC ?
Save your tmpgenc project as a text file and post it here please.
And you script also if you use one.
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i don't use avisynth, cause it crashes my system
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