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07-07-2004, 05:23 AM
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Has anyone tryed packshot & menenc?
does it do a good or great job ?
can i fit 3 movies on 1 dvd+r without losing quality?
please leave some feedback, it like to try it
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Go in the packshot forumand you will see all what said on that !

Note than mencoder forum is lock until better release of the prog. I greatly contributed to make this encoder to be considered as a beta tool not really usable by the whole community. But you can still read the posts.

In sum : good result (not so much in my eyes in fact) but a LOT of open issues that can lead to BIG problems in the playing of the DVD on a standalone.
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does it do a good or great job ?
can i fit 3 movies on 1 dvd+r without losing quality?
please leave some feedback, it like to try it
in another thread i answer you The Untouchable, 3 movies on 1 dvd+r without loosing quality choose dvd2svcd with d2sroba!
and the very cool: you can use the kvcd notch matrix with CCE266!
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Has anyone tryed packshot & menenc?
does it do a good or great job ?
can i fit 3 movies on 1 dvd+r without losing quality?
please leave some feedback, it like to try it
As told (in this thread) and on the download posting of packshot:
That Frontend/GUI is beta and for testing purposes as it bases on libavcodec mpeg2 VBR encoding which does also got many risky behaviours. As pointed out by DialHot.

Do tests on your own, ... if you got a player which tolerates bitratedrops in DVD Mode then youll like it but there are also some workouts to get those bitratedrops using noise on the active Moviearea under control. But that means knowledge in "commandlining" which is also possible with Packshot when doing a safe "commandline only" instead of starting the job directly.

If you got knowledge, do participate testing, if not, just try and do a test on a DVD-RW if your player accepts it.
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3 movies on 1 dvd+r without loosing quality choose dvd2svcd
Hi Jorel do you use svcd or dvd as output because i have been using dvd but if i can get great results with svcd would it be better

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3 movies on 1 dvd+r without loosing quality choose dvd2svcd
Hi Jorel do you use svcd or dvd as output because i have been using dvd but if i can get great results with svcd would it be better

thanx
2 or 3 movies for KDVDS with ac3 audio from source and subs!
my choice is for round 200 minutes depend the time of each movie.
now i only need one tool to make menus!
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07-07-2004, 01:35 PM
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now i only need one tool to make menus!
As it was never clear that you were askign for that I never answered : yes DVD-Lab is the tool you need.
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thanks,dvdlab seems what i need!
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