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03-22-2003, 11:03 PM
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A few days back I did a widescreen 2.30 hours AVI to KDVD copy, and file size was around 2gb inc audio for Full Size PAL Template . Which is great. But I am now doing a full screen 1.30 hour MPEG2 to KDVD conversion and it is ending up around 2.8gb with audio. Considering the video is only 1.30 hours, it seems quite a lot more then the 2.30 hour one. I can understand that being widescreen it takes up less space, but I thought the much lower video length for the full screen one would even this out.

The only difference for this one is I am using colour correctors and ghost reduction filters in TMPEG. Would this add MBs to the final product ?

The original file size is 4.1gb so 2.8 is still great, but I wont be able to really fit 2 full screen movies on one DVD with such size. I was hoping to get around 4.30 hours, would this be at all possible with full screen ?
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03-23-2003, 05:57 AM
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are you using Filesize Prediction?
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03-23-2003, 11:21 AM
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I don't think so, I have just loaded the KDVD Full template and just changed the colour and ghosting (all in TMPG).
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04-02-2003, 11:45 AM
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Man, sorry for taking so long to reply! But try using ToK to predict the final size...

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I am using colour correctors and ghost reduction filters in TMPEG. Would this add MBs to the final product ?
I don't think colour correction would make any differenc, but ghost reduction would (I think), as there is more difference between frames (=less compression).
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04-02-2003, 03:14 PM
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I recomend not using the internal TMPGEnc Ghost Filter. Use Ghosbuster instead as an AviSynth filter. Grab it here:http://www.jungleweb.net/~sansgrip/a...er-readme.html
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