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10-25-2002, 06:34 AM
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I want to encode my movies with 2 audiostreams using the KVCD-CQ-352x288-(PAL)-PLUS Template.

I can't burn them as an VCD because my Player refuses to switch to the 2nd audio stream (I muxed the stream using tmpg as a non-standart-vcd and burned using nero). So the movie is playing as if there wasn't a 2nd stream.

When I burn them as an SVCD (nero) I can switch to the 2nd audio stream and I've also got a picture. But from time to time the sound is "stuttering" (sth. is just left out). I encoded the audio in CBR mode.

Any solution???
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10-25-2002, 06:40 AM
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I guess switching to MPEG2 would make video quality worse?!
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10-25-2002, 09:09 AM
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Hi Razorblade2000,

You can't have two audio streams on VCD. You can have them on a SVCD (SKVCD ).
Try SKVCD template, which already produces MPEG-2, and burn as SVCD. I believe you'll like the quality that it creates.

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10-25-2002, 12:45 PM
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Yes I can! As I said: mux the mpeg as an SVCD and burn it! Only the stuttering is the problem.

Quality is great @all the templates
But for 1 CD I need MPEG1
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10-25-2002, 06:50 PM
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Hi Razorblade2000,

You can try to encode as MPEG2 @ 352x288.
Just don't forget to up the maxbitrate to 2300...2500.
I never did that, but... it could work.
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10-26-2002, 07:22 AM
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No way! My first idea worked...
I simply muxed with bbmpeg (as SVCD) instead of tmpeg and it worked!!! I have MPEG1 Video but 2 audio streams!!!

(Burned using VCDEASY... or was it Nero... Ooops... I forgot)
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10-28-2002, 03:57 AM
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...Nope...
In the beginning and every 15 minutes of the movie there is some stuttering...
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