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01-14-2004, 11:28 PM
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Well I just did this at 352x240 using the optimized scripts and easily got it on 1cd-r with a CQ of 72.The movie is 143mins long so that is well over 2 hours of video and audio on 1 Cd-r.Just about the same as a Svcd and a heck of alot better than a Vcd.

I'm not like some who say "If it doesn't look like DVD it's crap".It's actually pretty good considering it's on 1Cd.

Since I got the Cyberhome Dvd300 I quess I should try encoding kvcdx3's then?Seems like an Idea.
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01-15-2004, 04:07 AM
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Did you have any audio/video sync issues with this film? I have and would like to know how you got round it if you did
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01-15-2004, 07:52 AM
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I had no audio/video sync issues at all.I learned kvcd using red-m's guide and use Moviestaker for all of my kvcd making and headac3e for the audio conversion.
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01-15-2004, 08:54 AM
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I guess it's just a problem with the PAL version
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01-15-2004, 04:11 PM
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HMm maybe.How did you do everything,what proggies exactly did you use?Just curious cause I use Dvd Decypter,Dvd2avi 1.76,headache to convert audio to mp2,Moviestacker with optimized scripts,than obviously Tmpgenc.
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01-20-2004, 09:07 PM
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I doubt your quality. Could we get a screen shot
Make sure you double the size. Actually triple is as thats how it would look on tv.
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I doubt your quality. Could we get a screen shot
Make sure you double the size. Actually triple is as thats how it would look on tv.
That wont be a true comparison as the computer monitor is of a higher definition and therefore will show more artifacts/blocks/mosquito noise etc.

I have done several encodes where the result looks less than perfect on the PC but when burnt to CD and watched on TV they are fine.
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01-21-2004, 07:22 AM
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Still it would give us some estamation.
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Conversonin progress. ( 352 x 288 cq 79 in 1 cd audio 12
I had until now, ( pal version) problem whit the ripping process.
I use always smartripper and the movie estraction type.
Doing so i and with 7 vob file but the first 1 is 300 kbyte in length!
To avoid this I extracted via file options in smartripper the first vob (01).
Then I made the d2v file with dvd2avi and everything worked!
Now I have to multiploex audio and video and see if the sync is ok!
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