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01-22-2004, 09:55 AM
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I keep gettin an error with "Tok" with the new script u gave me yesterday.
It keeps sayin "Illegal calculation error" & some other shit,
I've tryed about 5 times since yesterday & it'll get to about 40 % done & then say that.
What should i do & why does it keep calculating the CQ wrong all of a sudden ? Please help
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01-22-2004, 05:30 PM
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Change a little your script or lower just a little the CQ (-0.1 on the CQ is often sufficient). You are facing an internal bug of tmpgenc that we never solved. But I didn't have it since a long time. I am using tmpgenc 2.520. You should upgrade to this version (or the last one that is 2.521).
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01-22-2004, 05:49 PM
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I am using the latest Tmpg my friend, It jus started doin this after i started using the new script i got off u, maybe tmpg don't like it lol
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01-22-2004, 06:04 PM
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Alright guys lets keep this thread & delete the other
Anyhow I'm using Tok to make Kdvd yes thats true,
I use "Tok" to make 1 1.28 gb m1v file & later Multeplex it with 128 Kbps mp2 audio file in "Tmpgenc DVD Author"
This way I Put 3 K-DVD's on 1 DVD-R
(The reason I do this is Because of simplicity)
If anyone has a objection & reason ta why I should do it a different way please do care as to share your thoughts
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01-22-2004, 06:43 PM
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I am using the latest Tmpg my friend, It jus started doin this after i started using the new script i got off u, maybe tmpg don't like it lol
You are using MY script to make KDVD ???
But what is you source ? What is its size ? And what is the target size you are planing to do ?

Do you now that you should NEVER magnify a picture ? All resizing must be downsizing.

BTW, you can try the idea to change a little the CQ. And if you use the second blockbuster lien, remove it. And it you are not, just add it ! As I tell you, a little change in the script can be enougth

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Anyhow I'm using Tok to make Kdvd yes thats true
Youy should use CQMatic for that. Tok is knos to be often several MB under the target size for a 800 MB CD, so I let you guess how it can be for a 4.37GB target size !
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01-22-2004, 06:47 PM
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My source is Dvd ripped to HD & target size is 1500 mb so that I can put 3 2hour movies ta 1 DVD-R
Because of the target size I feel I need ta use a script, Feel free ta correct me if i'm wrong
So when all is said & done, Bascly I'm puttin 3 Mpeg2 kvcd's onto 1
DVD-R
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01-22-2004, 09:04 PM
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Alright I guess everybody got busy, Hit me back when u guys get time,
I guess everyone's gotta sleep once in a while lol (even K-vcd Memebers)
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