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From file to svcd help.

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by jfleming, Jan 28, 2003.

  1. jfleming

    jfleming Guest

    I have read lots of the post, but not all of them. I have trouble going from a downloaded tmd movie to svcd. Here are the steps that I am using to achieve the one movie I have completed (somewhat). I use:

    VIRTUALBUD
    -FILE - open video file
    -VIDEO -direct steam copy
    -AUDIO -full processing mode
    -AUDIO -compression
    -save-

    TMPGE (demo)
    -SUPER VIDEO CD ntsc
    -save-

    ULEAD MOVIE FACTORY - to burn to svcd.

    Should I be using other programs? Is there an easiler route? The first movie I tried was too big for my first disk, is there away to split the movie so I can burn into multi-parts? I noticed in the TMPGE program that there was something showing how big the program was and how much was going to be saved. I tried to change it, but it would not change. Maybe it is because it is just the demo program. Thanks in advance for any help, jf_X_X_X_X_X_[small]Thanks for the help.[/small]
     
  2. Dela

    Dela Administrator Staff Member

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    try burning it with nero and see if that makes any difference. after you are finished with tmpgenc is the movie playing fine??
     
  3. jfleming

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    i think i finally got the hang of it. i found where to trim a little off the movie as it showed it was larger then my disk. as far as the steps i outlined, were they the best route to go? thanks for your help and this fine forum.
     
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    Ye it was a good route to go no doubbt about that. i used it b4 cause i wanted to create a menu in DVD Workshop!
     

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