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vbr limit in tmpgenc?? and other troublesome issues

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by dankehoe1, Apr 14, 2002.

  1. dankehoe1

    dankehoe1 Guest

    i have been using dvd2svcd for all my rips/encodes. i love the quality that i get from it (4 pass vbr) my problem is that i am trying to make svcd's with scene selection menus, i cqan do this i think using ulead's dvd moviefactory, the problem is that factory requires an svcd compliant (mpg2) video stream. dvd2svcd only outputs a cue file (as far as i know) so, if i use tmpgenc to get a compliant stream, as far as i can tell, the vbr limit is two pass (thats the only selection i see in the drop down menu anyway) is there a way i can accomplish what i want (scene selection menus with 4 pass or equivalent quality video) on an svcd? just a side note, i also have vcdeasy, videostudio, TSCV, and mediastudio pro in addition to dvd moviefactory. i may have others, i've lost track of all the software i own. anyway, any help as always would be greatly appreciated. thanks, falcor
     
  2. dRD

    dRD I hate titles Staff Member

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    You can extract the video files from your cue/bin files using DaemonTools or VCDGear (latter is the better one, it should allow direct output to .m2p file after you've tweaked the settings).
     

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