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can I burn a 640X480 resolution .avi movie to VCD without changing the quality to 352X288/240?

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by roger04, Aug 23, 2003.

  1. roger04

    roger04 Guest

    meaning I wanna keep the resolution 640X480 to burn VCD without dropping the video quality.

    I have dl movies which is 352X288 pix and much higher pix.So if I burn these 2 movies to VCD, means the quality and resolution is still da same?
     
  2. Dela

    Dela Administrator Staff Member

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    1. the resolution will be non standard and might not play and

    2. the quality will be horrible because the birate will be too low!
     
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    Standard of VCD is 352x288/240 and you can't change anything in those resolution :(
     
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    If u want to know what happens when you change the resolution, be prepared for a drinks coaster. One day by mistake I had the incorrect screen resolution for a vcd (I think I had dvd screen resolution 720 X 576/480 NTSC) when I was encoding, the result was video just at the bottom half of the screen and that was uspide down. I'm actually suprised it even played at all.
     

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