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  1. thecraigc

    thecraigc Regular member

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    hi, im not sure if this is the correct "section" for this thread, but this sounded the best choice.

    has anyone ever heard of a KVCD you can fit about 8 MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 format films on a standard 700mb cd.

    http://www.weethet.nl/english/video_kvcd_intro.php

    !!thecraigc!!
     
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    Yeah, try the KDVD half D1 template and put 16 hours on one dvdr 5. :)
     
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    I'm not a strong KVCD user, but on the official page:
    http://kvcd.net/dvd-models.html I can see that,
    except the KDVD template (which deals with DVDs, not with CDs), and which puts 6 hours of movies on a DVD, I see that you can put from 90' to 360' movies ona CD-R, which means 800 MB. Alas, 360' = 6 hrs, at the worst quality you can make (ULBR), which does not correspond to "8 movies" , since 1 movie = approx 2h , in a CD-R. It seems you can either fit 1 movie on a CD-R, using the standard K(S)VCD templates (352x240/288 , KVCD; 352x480/576 KSVCD) or three movies , giving up some quality (i.e. using only the ULBR KVCD templates, not the KSVCD MPEG-2 templates)
     
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    I'm not a strong KVCD user, but on the official page:
    http://kvcd.net/dvd-models.html I can see that,
    except the KDVD template (which deals with DVDs, not with CDs), and which puts 6 hours of movies on a DVD, I see that you can put from 90' to 360' movies on a CD-R, which means 800 MB (1 CD-R = 700 MB data or 800 MB movie). Alas, 360' = 6 hrs, at the worst quality you can make (ULBR), which does not correspond to "8 movies" , since 1 movie = approx 2h , in a CD-R. It seems you can either fit 1 movie on a CD-R, using the standard K(S)VCD templates (352x240/288 , KVCD; 352x480/576 KSVCD) or three movies , giving up some quality (i.e. using only the ULBR KVCD templates, not the KSVCD MPEG-2 templates)
     
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