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11-19-2006, 08:50 PM
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I was working with a divx file to start with. Is it possible to retain the extremely high quality in divx in the m1v file which tmpgenc creates? Even with a CQ 100, one cannot get the same quality using a 352 x 240 kvcd template. And using a higher resloution template essentially results in little or no compression. How can you compress without compromising quality??????
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Not sure that the m1v is upside down. Is it correct during encoding, in the tmpgenc preview ? If it is, then the m1v is correct too,and the problem is with the player you use to play it back.
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11-20-2006, 03:45 PM
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or rephrasing :

How many minutes of DIVX or XVid quality video can the KVCD template give me on a single CD-R??
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11-24-2006, 09:16 AM
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thanks..for the guide..i just made my first kvcd & its work successfully...it took me almost 10 hours to understand the step for making kvcd but its worth then nothing.......thank you again...
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Quote:
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How many minutes of DIVX or XVid quality video can the KVCD template give me on a single CD-R??
With KVCD you can put a single movie on a CD-R, the same way as you do with Divx, except that the disc will be readable on more standalones than a Divx (not all players nevertheless).

This is when you start with the original DVD.

BUT... NOTHING can allow you to encode a MPEG4 to MPEG2 keeping the same quality in the same place.

That is the reason of the : NO DISCUSSION about Divx. No need to ask more about this. (understand I will remove all the next questions, as specified in the disclamer of this forulm section).
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12-01-2006, 10:47 AM
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What about the upside down m1v?
Are you still experiencing this problem in your encode?
I have recently seen this same problem myself.
I was explaining the basics of KDVD to a friend of mine when I saw the video coming out in an upside down encoded m2v (MPEG2 instead of your MPEG1).
I tried to narrow the problem down until I only had a few tools installed.
One of them was FFDShow.
Uninstalled it and suddenly avisynth started frame serving black video only with a red error message.
That's when I noticed XviD was not installed.
Yep, XviD, the codec that we all agreed not to speak of.
But that's the one we use to decode YV12!
I installed latest Koepi's XviD binaries (1.1.2 I think) and suddenly all problems disappeared.
So give it a try and see if you have FFDShow installed.
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