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SVCD encoder + nero

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by philp, Feb 9, 2003.

  1. philp

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    Hi there - i've got the SVCD encoding pluging for nero, but when I try and burn a AVI file (DIVX5) - after i drag it on it says the CD needs to be 960meg and i've selected "try to fit to disk". Do i need to chop my movie into two pieces to burn it correctly. If so how do i do this?

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    When you have a .mpg file then get TMPGEnc http://www.afterdawn.com/software/video_software/video_tools/tmpgenc.cfm

    In TMPGEnc, click file - mpeg-tools. click the merge and cut tab. Click add and open the mpg file. then select the mpg file and click edit. Now you will see two button { and }. These basically means start selection and end selection so you use them to select anywhere on the SVCD. Then click ok. Now make sure to change MPEG-2 Program to Super Video CD. Click browse and browse to somewhere to save your selection. Dont forget the .mpg extension and click RUN! Do that as much as you need!
     
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    im sure its an avi in fact it is i just checked it is.
     
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    the nero plugin does it for you does it not?
     
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    I don't use the nero plugin because it often makes crap out of the movie, TMPGEnc is good, CCE SP is better but very very expensive!
     
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    okay then - i trust you :)
     
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    lol, I hope so, I would recommend using nero with the svcd plugin if you have short movies, for everyuthing else use TMPGEnc or CCE SP. I also recommend you try DVD2SVCD! DVD2SVCD is a frontend that uses many sifferent programs to encode a vcd/svcd and you can use either TMPGEnc or CCE SP with it! The reason I wouldn't rely on nero is loads of people have had weird problems with it including, upsidedown encoding!
     

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