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10-25-2004, 05:23 PM
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Hi im using tmpegenc plus 2.59.47.155 to make a kvcd (MPEG 1 file) to fit into one regular 700 MB Cd-r i have follow every single step of kwag's guides on weehet and the output file i get is only partial in time ex: 120 min long movie final time size is only 65 min. long and im using the kvcd template kvcd-lbr-352x240-_ntscfilm_-plus.mfc; which accordind to kwag this is the template to make a movie fit up to 3 hours and the output file is too big to burn it in a 700MB cd-r and also the playing time is less than the movie total time what can i be doing wrong
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10-25-2004, 06:53 PM
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what can i be doing wrong
You're using the buggiest version of TMPGEnc
Version 2.59 has many flaws. Get a higher release.

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10-25-2004, 08:18 PM
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ok now im using 2.52.x.x. but when its done encoding i only get a partial file for example: im trying to encode tomb raider two and is 117 mins long when tmpeg is done encoding i only get 67 mins of movie time what could be the problem.
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10-26-2004, 04:41 AM
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Ok,
But can you watch the whole movie on your software player and on your standalone player?
Sometimes players can't correctly identify the playing length time for KVCD movies.
The same shouldn't happen in case of KDVD but you're doing KVCD.
So do burn your movie in a CD-RW and try it on your standalone player (if it's CD-RW compatible) and you should be ok.
Cheers

Edited cause I hadn't noticed that you were using KVCD template.
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10-26-2004, 05:23 AM
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i have tried burning the movie but it sops at the 51 minute mark it doesnt go any further it has done it as well with other movies any other suggestions that you guys might think of.....
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Please do not double post !
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