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Look is it possible with all these advances you guys are making to make a 2 cd mpeg 2 stream at 720x576 with future dvd compliance? No body can give me a good answer.

I want full dvd-r compatibility for the future full dvd res and only 2 cds, kwag likes to get everything on one cd but can he fit this chanllenge on 2?

I have used kwags templet to get brilliant results on 2 cds by upping the bitrate as he sujested (by the way the quailty was fucking awesom! dvd anyway.) but sadly mpeg 1 isn't really dvd compatible.

P.S. could somebody with a dvd burner plz try kwags long gop structure as he says it aint dvd compatible (15 frames max) but the way I see it is if it is being used with kvcd on a dvd player anyway then it should work on dvd, shouln't it?

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