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03-12-2004, 11:46 AM
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tmpg will not let me make my kdvd, because one of the videos is 16:9 and the other is 4:3, i dont know how this happened normally all of the mpeg 2 files i do are 16:9.
is there any way around this where il be able to have both videos on one dvd without having to encode the file again? or a way i can change the video size without quality loss
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As TmpgEnc DVD Author supports multiple VTS on one DVD-R you can author a kDVD using diff. ARs and diff. sound formats.

Using DVDlab in its basic version ... its not possible! If you got the ProVersion its possible (as I know)
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03-15-2004, 02:39 AM
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TmpgEnc DVD Author supports multiple VTS on one DVD-R you can author a kDVD using diff. ARs and diff. sound
are you saying u can do a kdvd with different aspect ratios or u cant?

if not il just get dvd labpro and give it a go

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03-15-2004, 03:52 AM
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With TmpgEnc DVD Author you can author a Kdvd incl. diff. Aspect Ratios as said above.
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iv tried , but it doesnt let me, keeps coming up with error

The video aspect ratio 16:9 is not compatible with the current track.
it is necessary to standardise the aspect ratio on the track.

the aspect ratio on the current track is 4:3


how do i get around this, is there a setting i need to change?
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03-15-2004, 05:15 AM
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How do you assign the video and audio in TmpgEnc??

Separately (m2v + mp2/ac3) or already muxed??
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03-15-2004, 05:28 AM
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separately as m2v and mp2. iv just found out a way around it, u have to do two separtate tracks, one with each movie in it, that then allows you to have different aspect ratios. before for all my other films i had all my videos on one track, because they were of same aspect ratio i didnt have problem, but i worked it out now. thanks for help mate, at one point i thought u it wouldnt be possible until you confirmed it was, then i started to play around with the features
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03-15-2004, 06:28 AM
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The error message says it all :

"The video aspect ratio 16:9 is not compatible with the current track. "

You have to do different tracks Tracks are on the left side of the window. The right side are chapters (or sequence, call them as you want) within a track. And for sure you can mix a chapters in different A/R !

Edit: sorry, I just saw that you already said you find the trick
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