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01-05-2004, 04:04 PM
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Hi, I'm a newbie at this. I have made my first KVCD and it works perfectly on my pc in windows media player. But when i put it in my DVD player (Sanyo SL-22) the sound works fine but the picture is all wide horizontal blue lines with much narrower white horizontal lines and it somtimes flashes green???

Wondering what might cause this or if it's just that my player won't work with kvcd's (Hope not)

Maybe i need to change resolutions or bitrate or somthing???

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01-05-2004, 04:17 PM
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Which template did you use?

MPEG-Format
Size
Etc.

Then we can help you.
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01-05-2004, 04:17 PM
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I'v noticed samples mentioned it the forums of all resolutions to test what a standalone player can play. but where can i get these samples???
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01-05-2004, 04:21 PM
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i used the template i put in TMPGEnc called "KVCD-CQ-352x288-_PAL_-PLUS.mcf"

Hope this is what you needed to know

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01-05-2004, 05:19 PM
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I used the template "KVCD-CQ-352x288-_PAL_-PLUS.mcf"
The file size of the final .mpg is 643MB
It's an .MPG1 (KVCD) format file
and i used nero to burn it.

Strange thing is if i play it in media player and click file>properties it say's-

Bitrate -
resolution 512x288 (same as the original .avi)

is this correct or should the Bitrate show a number and the resolution be 352x288 like the template says??

Thanks again
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01-05-2004, 07:35 PM
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Quote:
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resolution 512x288 (same as the original .avi)
That's your problem right there
Wrong resolution for standalone players.

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01-05-2004, 08:45 PM
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That's your problem right there
Wrong resolution for standalone players.
I don't think so. He used the 352*288 template. The false ratio is given by wmp that certainly give the size of the (redimensioned) output window insteed of the one of the source.

Never use wmp to see a resolution. Use Gspot or Avicodec.
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01-16-2004, 07:16 AM
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Maybe this fixes your problem. (it did for me anyway's)

Just take your .m1v and .mp2 file and mux it as a SVCD with
bbmpeg, and burn as non-standard svcd with nero.
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01-16-2004, 07:47 AM
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Sorry guys but the secret of this bad resizing problem is within TmpgEnc

If you FIRST choose the template and THEN the sourceinput .... by this the size encoding settings will switch to the resolution which COMES with the source as input.

So FIRST do import the source and THEN choose the template and your resizing to 352x288(240) or whatever should end up right.

So do your test as recommended by dialhot and you will see that your re-encoding still got the resolution as it was given bei the SOURCE.


(I hope i didn't read to fast again the last replies, but to me it seems that this could be the problem of D-Mouse
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01-16-2004, 08:41 AM
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So FIRST do import the source and THEN choose the template and your resizing to 352x288(240) or whatever should end up right.
You're right, but I have to add an advice on your advice : after having loaded the template, verify taht the framerate is the one you want. For instance if you need 29.970, be carefull to change it after your loaded the template (because the fps is 23.976 in the template).


In other words : ALWAYS CHECK EVERYTHING BEFORE ENCODING.
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01-16-2004, 09:30 AM
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YEP
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