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02-11-2003, 03:29 AM
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Ok... maybe this is saking for a lot, but i really wanna try this spectacular KVCD thing

Ive read almost every post in this forum but when i try to configure my dvd2svcd im not getting the settings right anyway. So here is what ive done and my questions.

I downloaded the SKVCD PAL 352x576, since i understand that if i want svcd quality this is what im supposed to use?
Question 1: What do i do with that file? should i copy/paste the text somewhere or what?

Ive red about changing the resolution, but i cant find where to do that?

I downloaded kvcd_lbr.ini and matrices.ini and copyed them into my svd2svcd folder.
Question 3. Is that right?

Question 4.
Should i use tmpgenc instead of CCE?

Question 5.
I see youre talking about scripts sometimes. How do i apply theese scripts?

Queestion 6.
If i want to rip a movie and want to try this Ksvcd template. Is there anyway that someone could explain very basic how to apply all settings that i need to get the result with svcd-quality. I would really like a step-by-step guide so i can try this.

At last... i just wanna say that if this is going to work and im satisfied with the quality that comes out... Then ill know who god is
This culd really change EVERYTHING...

Keep up your good work...
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Question #1 no you do not need to paste that information anywhere. But you will need to change the gop to the updated one. Just go to encoder which should be tempgenc advance settings and input 1,3,2,1,24 and change the rate control mode to CQ. The change the matrix to the updated one as well. Change the offset CQ value to 60.

Question #2 you need to use an avs script to do that. Under the frameserver tab select edit when dvd2avi is done or video encoding. If you dont want to do anything besides resize in your movie (not apply anyfilters) just select resize your destination. I strongly recommend that you use sanscripts gripfit, and the smoothing filters.

Question #3. Refer answer #1

Question #4 I do anyways

Question #5 Well if you have avisynth installed use a script like this.


GripCrop( width=352, height=480, overscan=1, source_anamorphic = true, dest_anamorphic = false) 
If you want to rip a movie just go to conversion and select rip and convert after you select the ifo file on the dvd. For great audio check out sweethead in the forum. I allows dvd2svcd to utilize the headac3he.

Hope i dont confuse you too much


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02-16-2003, 11:28 AM
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Thanks a lot... Im gonna try this out tonight.
Gonna come back and tell you about the results...
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