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07-16-2002, 05:45 PM
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Sorry if this is a newbie question.

Is it better to reduce the quality number of the new 704x480x2-plus templ to get it to fit on one cd or use the 352x240-plus templ?

It seems to me the quality is still better using the 704x480-plus templ with a quality of 10 than using the lower res templ.
Or am I way off?

Thanks for all the help and the great quality.
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Sorry if this is a newbie question.

Is it better to reduce the quality number of the new 704x480x2-plus templ to get it to fit on one cd or use the 352x240-plus templ?

It seems to me the quality is still better using the 704x480-plus templ with a quality of 10 than using the lower res templ.
Or am I way off?

Thanks for all the help and the great quality.
With the 352x240 plus template, you'll be able to fit just about any 120 minute (wide screen) movie in once CD. The quality is the same, or a little better, than a standard VCD. That's because the bit rate goes up slightly over 1,150Kbps on high motion scenes. If you don't plan on viewing on a HDTV, you'll find that the quality produced with the 352x240 is very good. The estimated sizes are labeled on the download page. 352x240 @120 minutes, 352x480 @90 minutes, 704x480 @60 minutes. These are average sizes per CD. If you just want full awesome quality, go for two CD's at 704x480

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07-16-2002, 08:54 PM
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can u use the 704x480-plus template to fit a movie on a 8o min cd??
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07-16-2002, 09:15 PM
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can u use the 704x480-plus template to fit a movie on a 8o min cd??
Only if your movie is around 60 minutes long. Unless you want to sacrifice quality by lowering the quality value, then you will be able to.
But then it will look really bad.

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07-16-2002, 09:28 PM
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ah right, so for a NTSC movie I'm best sticking with the 352 X 240?

what about the KVCDx2-CQ-704x480-(NTSCFilm)-1CD with the sound set to 224 can I use that to fit 112min film onto a 80 min cd?
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