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10-16-2003, 04:04 PM
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Is it possible to convert my mpeg-1 compliant VCDs to KDVD at the same resolution?
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10-16-2003, 04:06 PM
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Wihtout any mistake, VCD videos (MPEG1 - 352*240) are accepted by DVD standard.
There is nothing to do, just authoring.
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10-16-2003, 04:17 PM
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For some reason, DVD-lab isn't accepting my files. First it asks if I want to demux or not. Either way, it reports that my video file has the wrong or unspecified aspect ratio. When I drag the video stream to the video box, there is no picture (it's all black) and DVD-lab crashes. I've fooled around a bit with tmpgenc and DVDpatcher to try and patch the headers, but that didn't work either. However I could have been doing it wrong, I don't know... Sometimes when I patch the header the video is all green in DVD-lab instead. I'm a bit confused, can anyone out there help me?
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10-16-2003, 04:42 PM
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There's no need for DVDPatcher in this case. Just demux the file (using TMpgEnc MPEG Tools) and resample audio to 48000. It should work.

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10-16-2003, 06:21 PM
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I already tried that (I thought I mentioned that above). Whether I demux with tmpgenc of dvd-lab, dvd-lab crashes when I move the video stream into one of the movie selections. Oddly, nothing happens when I drag in the m1v file to dvd-lab (i.e. it doesn't accept the file), but if I rename it to mpv it will accept it. But again, when I try and add the video stream to a movie selection the program crashes. I was using DVD-lab v1.1 when I had these problems, then I updated to 1.3 beta 4 with the same problems. Same thing happens to all my vcd files. What am I doing wrong???
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