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I used default lbr template settings, didn't touch any settings.

I have the latest version of mpeg2dec. I used the avs script produced by dvd2svcd and put that through tmpgenc, I have decided to give up on the idea of trying to put it on one cd as its quite clear the lbr doesn't aloow 180mins onto 1 80min cd.
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its quite clear the lbr doesn't aloow 180mins onto 1 80min cd.
"Pearl harbor" and "The Green Mile" have been put on one CD-R with the LBR. Both are ~180 minutes

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I used default lbr template settings, didn't touch any settings.
This is why it's not fitting. You have to modify the CQ value to make the final encode whatever size you want it, using the file size prediction method.
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I used default lbr template settings, didn't touch any settings.
Sorry but it just doesn't work that way . You must use prediction and adjust CQ value for your target. The CQ value in the LBR and all templates is just there as a reference.

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I have no idea when it comes to cq values, disc one is 101 mins, whats the recomended PAL settings for that?

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You must use prediction and adjust CQ value for your target.
I used the prediction in fitcd 1.05 with filters and when put through tmpgenc it basically done what could only be described as a summary of the movie within 1min 46secs (this was with out setting any source range)
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I have no idea when it comes to cq values, disc one is 101 mins, whats the recomended PAL settings for that?

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You must use prediction and adjust CQ value for your target.
I used the prediction in fitcd 1.05 with filters and when put through tmpgenc it basically done what could only be described as a summary of the movie within 1min 46secs (this was with out setting any source range)
Perfect!, so there's your sample file. Note the file size. Now follow this procedure: http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2102

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thats all well manual file prediction, but how do I stop the 1min 46 secs sample file being produced every time?

plus could someone tell me what setting to use to make parts 1 and two fit onto one cd??
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thats all well manual file prediction, but how do I stop the 1min 46 secs sample file being produced every time?

plus could someone tell me what setting to use to make parts 1 and two fit onto one cd??
ignore this post, I have not had much sleep recenlty, I have been dwnloading 2 700odd mb files on a 56k modem with session times being disconnected by isp every 2hrs. I am very tired and at time of post only spotted the posts title and did not read the thread.
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Kwag,

could you do a screenshot of what setting to have in fitcd for the lbr template, and also in the manual file prediction do I do divide by 24 for the framerate for a PAL movie? and what file size am I aiming for in the sample file to make LOTR SEE fit onto one cd?

edit:just relised will have to do the original version and not the extended version, because disc one is 101 mins and disc two is just short of two hours which means that the films length is about 220mins.
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