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10-06-2003, 02:28 AM
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well I got two movies I'm puttin on to cd for a friend and I've re-encoded the video 3 times no and the video ends up orrupt each time, I put the optimal script through tok get the cq value, then put avs script into tmpgenc with the specified cq from tok and I got alot of corrupt parts in the movie, I muxed usin the correct kvcd settings for bbmpeg and used vcdeasy to burn off.

I lowered cq twice and still got same results, I'm at a loss to whats gone wrong so I have come to here for advice.
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10-06-2003, 07:04 AM
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What exactly do you mean by saying you get "corrupt results" ?
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10-06-2003, 07:14 AM
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well I get different collored blocks on the screen for a few seconds, sometimes filles the picutre, if i play on pc its fine but once I bung it in dvd player thats when I see them. I have done kvcd before and they've been fine but for some reason now I'm gettin the blocks on screen.
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10-06-2003, 07:27 AM
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You probably had a burning problem. Try to burn it again (try to change the medium brand perhaps). Or simply clean the CD before reading it
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under CD writer I have generic-mmc-raw force driver as I seen something somewhere sayin to use this if I don't know the driver to use.
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10-06-2003, 07:34 AM
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Dude in my eyes VCDEasy is not the program to start with... There may be other opinions, but if you just want to "toast" your movie on CD-R it's easier to use Nero... Select Video-CD uncheck "standard", and burn...
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10-06-2003, 07:37 AM
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I do not talk about the driver, I talk about a physical problem on the CD you used.

Take an other CD (or CD-RW), check there is no finger prints on it before encoding and reading, take an other brand if the probleming CD is from a brand you never used before.

And finally : burn at 4x maximum, even if you used to burn faster before. It just for making a test (your burner can have a focus problem that you didn't have before).
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10-06-2003, 07:37 AM
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I use vcdeasy so I can set the chapters so maybe I should try burnin off bin file with nero?
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I use vcdeasy so I can set the chapters so maybe I should try burnin off bin file with nero?
You can try but if the problem if that your DVD player does not like the brand of the medium you use, that won't solve the problem !

Did you change something as CD brand, DVD player and/or CD burner recently ?
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10-06-2003, 07:41 AM
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I do not talk about the driver, I talk about a physical problem on the CD you used.

Take an other CD (or CD-RW), check there is no finger prints on it before encoding and reading, take an other brand if the probleming CD is from a brand you never used before.

And finally : burn at 4x maximum, even if you used to burn faster before. It just for making a test (your burner can have a focus problem that you didn't have before).
the cds are brand new out the box, and I have used two seperate cds and still same problem, but I will try burnin at a slower speed I currently burn at 12x
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Did you change something as CD brand, DVD player and/or CD burner recently ?
I did change cd writers recently as me last one was scratchin cds if i left them in the drive.
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10-06-2003, 07:50 AM
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I currently burn at 12x
There's your problem. Most DVD players don't like CDs that have been burnt faster than 8x.
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10-06-2003, 07:51 AM
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I did change cd writers recently as me last one was scratchin cds if i left them in the drive.
So you have two test to do :
- burn at 4x maximum.
- using Nero to see if its a driver problem with vcdeasy (but I don't think so)
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10-06-2003, 07:54 AM
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well cheers for all the advice I'll get onto doin tests and let u know
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cheers burned cue/bin files through nero at 4x and no probs
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