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TMPGenc low resolution only?

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by triggahap, Mar 8, 2005.

  1. triggahap

    triggahap Guest

    I have been tryin to get xidv format files to DVD, and i am using the newbie guide on this website.

    http://www.afterdawn.com/guides/archive/convert_avi_to_dvd.cfm

    It doesnt say how to (just say it for peeps that know wta they r doing) the "low resolution" option or "16:9" but i can only use low resolution to get the file down to below 4.7GB to fit on a DVD disc. Only problem wiv this of course is that most of my files have a higher resolution than this option supports. Since TMPGenc codec is all about quality, any advice on how i can stop the file being so big and b able to use the other options to get a higher resolution? (Some of my files are only 700mb DVDrip Xivd files yet they still seem to make a file that wont fit onto a 4.7GB disc aless i use low resolution.)



    ( I did try this lower resolution for one of my lower res files but the sound file didnt work so i used virtualdub to create a .wav file which worked. Also the video file that came out claimed to b only 30mins long on using all media players yet wen i pld the movie it was clearly the whole length...... to add to my worrys wen i went to DVD auth the file it made was longer, with like 3hours of nothing, so i hae id to cut this last bit of blackness out? ANY WAY OF PREVENTING THIS IN THE FUTURE?) My main aim is to get the files on to a 4.7GB disc wiv out loosing quality. Wat am i doing wrong?

    Sorry for the long post just that i will not have the internet in a few days time so i want to get the process workin to it full potential before then.
    And thxs alot in advance for any form of help.
     
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  2. The_OGS

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  3. triggahap

    triggahap Guest

    do u want me to repost it there then?
     
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