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The Untouchable 01-17-2004 09:49 AM

Is there a way to burn a 528x480 non-standard KDVD?
 
Hello to all the fellow "K-vcd / K-dvd" encoders :wink:
What I'd Like ta know is ...
Is there a way to burn a 528 x 480 K-dvd (yes I know its non standard)
I find the video quality turns out better with this resolution but no program that I know of accepts this resolution without re encoding the movie. :cry:
Any suggestions ? 8)

incredible 01-17-2004 10:45 AM

It all depends on your standalone and if he accepts that non-standard resolution stream in DVD mode!
You can use DVDlab to import non standard resolutions in case of authoring DVDs ... just try it. ;-)

The Untouchable 01-17-2004 10:59 AM

8) What I'm doing is using "Tok" with Tmpgenc & Avisynth 2.5.4"
to make a mpeg 2 svcd at the size of 2 80 min cds (in CQ)
(this way i can put 3 movies at 528 x 480 on 1 dvd-r)
Using standard max dvd GOP of 18 (NTSC)
and DVD standard 48 khz mp2 audio @ 128 KBPS
The only thing non standard about my DVD'S is the resolution
ANYHOWWWW I'm gonna try what u said bro so i'll hit u back 7 hours from now lol takecare 8)

rds_correia 01-17-2004 11:12 AM

Let us all hope you make it work.
Maybe I start making out of spec kdvds also 8O ...

The Untouchable 01-17-2004 11:24 AM

1 more question ... overscan 2 is great for dvds @ 720 x 480
But is it worth doing to dvds that r 352 x 480 or 528 x 480?
I think it jus makes u lose pixels around the corners that you tv cuts anyway,
But does it also take away from the resolution ?
for example 528 x 480 if we overscan it to 2 then does it mean that the encoded movie is compressed in width & hieght & that the movie is actually smaller than 528 x 480, ...
or is it that the encoded file is not compressed in hieght & width but is jus missing the borders to save space ?

vmesquita 01-17-2004 12:41 PM

Why not stay in the spec and use 704x480?

The Untouchable 01-17-2004 01:17 PM

Because then it takes 12 hours to encode (p4) thats too much time
Any other ideas lol 8)

new_bee 01-17-2004 01:31 PM

Why not use CCE? Stick to the manual at the top of this board and you'll have a movie finished within an eye's wink :wink:

The Untouchable 01-17-2004 01:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by new_bee
Why not use CCE? Stick to the manual at the top of this board and you'll have a movie finished within an eye's wink :wink:

not to fond of cce

sToRm 02-11-2004 05:47 AM

Roxio WinOnCD 6 DVD Edition
will burn non-standard-resoluted video on DVD.

Well, it has to.
I've burned 352x288 video on (mini)dvd, and it said it's not a standard resolution. But it has an option to ignore this :)

incredible 02-11-2004 07:22 AM

1. Als DVDlab allows importing of non std. DVD m2v streams.

2. at an encoding WIDTH of 720,704,544,528,480 .... an overscan of 2 (=16px on each side) is optimal and won't be seen on most Tv sets.
Streams with a width of 352 will be two times stretched afterwards and so an overscan of 16px is dangerous as it will be stretched also by two times = 32px overscan will be the result on TV effectively afterwards.


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