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combining mpegs

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by silent85, Jan 2, 2005.

  1. silent85

    silent85 Member

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    I have the movie troy on my computer and there are 3 parts of it. I would like to combine them into one so I can convert them to dvd format. Anyway I can do this?? I see there avi combiners but I can't find any mpegs.

    EDIT: I figured out how to use TMPGEnc and it really slow. is there any faster way?? it said it was going to take 6 hours and I don't have that kind of time to wait. I would rather rent and burn it.


    Thanks
    Tim
     
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  2. aldaco12

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    Rent it and burn it. Using, in TMPGenc, Settings ==> motion search precision = 'fast' instead of 'really slow' only worsen (a lot) the quality.
    More than this, garbage in = garbage out. For this reason I'm against burning DVDs from small AVIs (4.5 GB >> 800 MB). If you burn a plain VCD from a small AVI instead of a DVD the quality wont be worse. It's just a question of spanning a movie into 2 (VCD) or 3 (SVCD) CDs.
     

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