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12-17-2005, 02:31 PM
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Extended edition 4 hours and something odd minutes dont ask me how i did it but i did it and the quality isnt bad either on a scale of 1-10 id give it a 6 for quality had to overburn liek whoa tho good luck to anyone attemtping this one it took me quite a few tries
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The official KVCD resolution (528x480/576) goes well into the 100 minutes of video.
You probably went for the ultra-low bitrate resolutions like 352x240/288 that will go up to 360 minutes of video.
No wonder that in a scale of 1-10 you gave it 6.
BTW it would be nice if you would post the full specs of your encoding like, resolution, CQ, audio bitrate, avisynth script, etc in the "Movie presets" forum.
That way others could easily find a way to encode the same movie .
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12-17-2005, 06:31 PM
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to be honest i think i had to go even lower on the resolution of 320x240 a cq level of 60 and motion search level of highest at 23.976 fps came out decently watchable on a SAP i use this was a HD rip of two towers on mpeg-2 format originally i got it down to about little over 800 megs and had to cut the ending credits to get it to fit onto a cd-r got to keep the opening creds tho, im gonna redo it on a dvd tho since i bought a dvd burner this weekend good luck to anyone who attempts this
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