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08-25-2003, 10:29 AM
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Using KDVD to encode television commercials, and sending DVD samples to their customers. Also using KVCD encoded MPEG-1 (low bit rates) to stream samples to their customers via the Internet, for production approvals"

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03-24-2004, 06:20 PM
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i am using them to deploy recordings of weddings and "quinceañeras" (15 year old girls get a big party here in mexico)

so far i have had no problems except with 2 clients that dont have a player that supports them , for one of them i had to use a cdrw (it was a sony) and for the other i just had to do regular vcd

also another customer did see the video and audio with no problem at all except at the ending of the clip video started speeding up so i had to do a regular vcd also for this one.
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03-24-2004, 06:36 PM
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If you deploy as "KDVD", you won't have any compatibility problems

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03-24-2004, 06:44 PM
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you mean in dvdr's or minidvd in a cdr?

well this is what i do in my spare time not full time job, i dont have a dvdr yet, thx for the advice. btw even dvdrs are not 100% compatible, my player doesnt like dvd+r some ppl have ones that dont like some dvdr media etc etc, ive seen a lot of people get a lot of incomkpatibility between media brand and dvd-r or +r recordings so i think thats why i have not seen that as a solution i guess ill have to live with it.
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03-24-2004, 06:54 PM
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you mean in dvdr's or minidvd in a cdr?
Yes, in DVD-R or DVD+R.
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well this is what i do in my spare time not full time job, i dont have a dvdr yet, thx for the advice. btw even dvdrs are not 100% compatible, my player doesnt like dvd+r some ppl have ones that dont like some dvdr media etc etc, ive seen a lot of people get a lot of incomkpatibility between media brand and dvd-r or +r recordings so i think thats why i have not seen that as a solution i guess ill have to live with it.
True. I would simply use DVD-R, because it's more compatible.

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01-19-2007, 08:59 AM
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I just found out, "WinAVI Video converter" is using KVCD as one of the output options available under DVD.
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