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Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by samir, May 18, 2003.

  1. samir

    samir Member

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    Hi there, I successfully created a vcd from a dvd, using the information that is provided in this site, now the problem is with the vcd, I have made a couple of backups for my dvd, but when I play those vcd's in my Sony dvd player, which is compatible to play vcd's as well, the picture stops moving for a fraction of sec every once in a while, I am new to this world of making backup's on a cd, please anyone do help me to make a good vcd, any help will be appreciated. Thanks

    Samir
     
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    Dela Administrator Staff Member

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    Its a TMPGEnc thing, get another encoder or learn to live with it basically!!
     
  3. samir

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    Thank you for the answer, I did encode it using dvdx with some changes and it did work, thanks for the answer though.

    Samir
     
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    lol no prob!
     
  5. ABMone

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    Hey dela you are the vcd expert here i was just wondering what encoder you use?

    I think tmpgenc is pretty good are you saying it sucks?
     
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    It doesnt suck for VCD! But for SVCD nothing beats CCE SP! even canopus procoder bec ause it doesnt have the speed!
     

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