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06-15-2002, 01:38 PM
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Well,
I made an KVCD-template in 253x288 PAL. Burned it with VCD-easy at 8X. The mpg-file was about 650MB.

When i played the CD in my Pioneer DV-525, the picture quality was wery good, but the sound was delayed from start to end. It increased through the film. The sound also glitched recurly.

Im gonna try a solution that racaboy recomended for his Pioneer 636-D.

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06-19-2002, 03:57 PM
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Hello agian.

Been doing a test with MVBR instead of CQ and changed VBV.

This combination worked better, but the filesize was bigger than CQ-mode.

Then i read a topic in the forum about KVCD with DVD2SVCD.

http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=306

Doing some test with this combination.
Surprise, Suprice. I figured out that my Pioneer DV-525 don't like MPEG1-files as good as MPEG2-files.

I forgot to change to MPEG1 in DVD2SVCD, and encoded a file with MPEG2 instead of MPEG1, same settings as an MPEG1-CQ.
But the problems with the sound that occurd in KVCD-CQ-PAL dissaperd.
No crispy sound.

With this combination of KVCD-DVD2SVCD i theoretical calculated that i
could fit about 146 min. on an 80 min. CD-R. I only encoded a chapter from a DVD (7min and 19sec). It ended up in approximately 42MB.

This is my experience so far.

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06-20-2002, 10:39 AM
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I forgot to say that i encoded the movie in 352x288 (VCD-PAL).

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07-01-2002, 06:33 PM
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My Pioneer DV-525 play the created MPEG-file perfect.

The file was created with DVD2SVCD, Tmpge 2.55 (300-1700), CQ=70,
audio 128, NTSC to PAL, burned with VCDEasy to create chapters.
109min movie = approx. 784Mb

To use DVD2SVCD wit the kvcd-template, i used this link to help me.

http://forum.vcdhelp.com/userguides/98376.php

I changed the max bitrate down to 1700 beacuse i encoded the smallest chapter from the DVD. Roughly calculeted that the filsize for the whole movie would be bigger than on 80 min disc.

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11-30-2002, 05:35 PM
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Hi kwag.
You can update your list regarding the pioneer DV-525.

I can play the MPEG2-template perfect,
but the MPEG1-template plays only about 2/3 of the TV-screen from left.

I used VCDEasy and created VCD and SVCD with the same result.

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11-30-2002, 06:10 PM
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