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  1. conny119

    conny119 Guest

    this is to go with my other thread, can sum 1 tell me wot a kvcd is?
     
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  3. conny119

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    thanks, but do u know a encoder that lets u convert them i've tried tmpgenc and it doesn't work
     
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    Yep, KVCD is a complete fusk to try and encode, none of guides really help, and are out of date, and when you get to the end just b4 encoding, i get errors in TMPGEnc whe using a script. you could use cce i think ?
     
  5. conny119

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    nice 1 mate i'll give it a try
     
  6. conny119

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    does cce stand for cinema craft encoder
     
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    I Believe So
     
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    I've found that the KVCD matrix is nearly the same as CCE's Ultra Low Bitrate matrix. In the little bit of testing I did I found CCE's matrix to give me slightly better results. In order to use a custom matrix you need to have CCE Pro because CCE Basic doesn't allow you to add your own.
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  9. conny119

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    nice 1 thats sorted everythin i wanted 2 know
     
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    Seeing/replying to this thread, made me try KVCD again, and i finally got everything working, i got a 93 min film on to a 80min cd, and it looks better than any vcd i would normally make.
     

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