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SVCD Problem

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by sirmugen, Jul 7, 2003.

  1. sirmugen

    sirmugen Regular member

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    Hey Guys

    My friend gave me 2 SVCD of The Italian Job. I was able to play it in my computer, I wanted to join them and make a DVD. I use TMPGEnc to join the 2 SVCD and demux them into Audio and Video. When done, I use IFOEdit to author them. They play well in IFOEdit, but when I bring them to "DVD Lab" its a authoring program too, it says that my SVCD are of PAL format and might not be able to work in some DVD player. Now my question is how would I go about making this DVD of PAL format to NTSC so I can view it on my home DVD player. Any suggestion before or after the joining (mpg format), demuxing, or authoring. Or any suggestion would be greatly appreciated.

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  2. davexnet

    davexnet Active member

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    It can be done, but you need a couple of things.
    A Wav editor, and a dvd (mpg2) codec, such as
    powerdvd's.
    Open the WAV in the wave editor (I use sound
    forge) and TIME STRETCH it by 104.27 %.
    For example, 84 seconds, beocmes 88.
    Open the mpg in tmpgenc (here's where you need the codec) and choose ntscfilm template.
    Give it your time stretched audio.
    On the settings/advanced page, check off
    "do not frame rate conversion"
    That should be it.
     
  3. sirmugen

    sirmugen Regular member

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    I will try

    Thanks
    sirmugen
     

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