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Problems with TMPGEnc

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by cykill, Apr 5, 2005.

  1. cykill

    cykill Member

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    I use the guide "Convert a DivX or XviD AVI to DVD", when i convert the AVI to DVD/MPEG-2, I can't adjust the size the less value that i put there is 110.34% of disk capacity...

    Why??

    Please Help me...

    THANKs
     
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    I hope you didn't tried this, so the answer is simple...
     
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    I can't change the "average video bitrate", less than 2000, I want to send the Print Screen... The makes files size is 110.34 and no less... I dont no why???

    Please help me!!!

    Regards
     
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    Drop the audio bitrate to 192kbps.
     
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    Sorry, I never made DVDs (I admit. I am too strongly against the AVI --> DVD conversion, since 'garbage in = garbage out'. I prefered when this forum's name was "(S)VCD Forum". But, alas, it seems I'm the best moderator that Afterdawn has, who works here). I can sugget you to try in one of the DVD+-R forums. I hope someone else can help you...
     
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    Thank you I drop the audio to 192 and this help me... Why happen this??? And how affect my dvd quality????

    Thanks...
     
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    It will allow more room for the video portion.
    I doubt your ears can tell the difference.
     

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