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05-07-2004, 12:22 PM
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im converting ogms that have 2 wave encoded with them and for some reson when i encode with just 1 of the wave the mpg always turns out to be like 10-40 megs bigget why is this?
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05-07-2004, 12:51 PM
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Shall we have to guess the exact things you are doing in order to understand your problem or do you plan to give us all elements one by one, post after post ?
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05-07-2004, 01:12 PM
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im basicly just running the ogm all thru Tmpgenc im not pulling the sound or anything
the orginal is 2 channel wav 128kx4800
rez is 620x480(avi)

im converting to
720x480 mpg-2
stereo 128kx4800 mpg-1
should i convet the sound with BeSweet and then mutiplex?


Edit: 1 extra quistion about 1/2 kdvd template will it show full screen i tried it once and it looked way to thin does it get thicker when u play it on a dvd player?

sorry im still real fresh
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05-07-2004, 04:52 PM
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should i convet the sound with BeSweet and then mutiplex?
Yes it is.
Tmpgenc can't stand ogm. So they are manipulated threw directshow filters handler and that is never the thing to do (even if sometimes you don't have the choice).
In any case you should use tmpgenc to do only for what it is supposed to do : the video.

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Edit: 1 extra quistion about 1/2 kdvd template will it show full screen i tried it once and it looked way to thin does it get thicker when u play it on a dvd player?
Of course
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05-08-2004, 02:15 PM
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ok kool well i pulled with V-DubMod. My problem is that BeSweet wont convet .ogg files do you know a good app where i can do a batch job. One that i can take directly from *.ogg - *.mp2 i been looking but i havnt made and progress. thanx alot. Im starting to get a hang of this.
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05-08-2004, 05:51 PM
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Last realeases of besweet does convert from/to ogg. You jusst need a dll that you can download on the guru home site.
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