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    Hita all, how goes it?

    As of right now, I'm using eovideo to convert avi to mpg but seriously whats the best out there for converting, EO has alot of mistakes with synchronisation and the newest version is slow as hell.

    and is there an all in one converter/ dvd burner?

    Gracias
    Draconos

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    The best I'd say is TMPEGEnc.

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    hi there !
    there's plenty that will do the job.
    have a look at InterVideo products small progs very easy to use.
    top eng progs
    Sonic Foundry Vegas Video 4+DVD
    Ulead media Studio Pro
    Adobe Premiere(the best but the hardest to learn)
    regards
    m8t

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    try acp... have a look at www.kvcd.net and go to the forums. once there, look for the huge section on this program.

    it requires TMPEGENC installed (get it from http://doa2.host.sk)

    Then, when you load the program, go to the settings tab, and click "use Tmpegenc Quantize Matrix" and you can make normal vcds (mpg files) or try a film and see if your dvd will play kvcd...if so, then leave it as it is, and it will be better quality.

    this program does everything for you:
    it extracts the audio,
    encodes the audio
    encodes the movie (video) file
    sticks the audio and movie back together

    so no lost audio or out of sync probs
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    vcd gear. long time since i used it tho
    so maybe not but try

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    I too am having a/v sync issues (using ACP),....

    Originally posted by vivitron 15@9 October 2003 - 09:09
    go to the settings tab, and click "use Tmpegenc Quantize Matrix"
    I only see the option under "Video Settings" to change the quantize matrix , with two option&#39;s,.. "tmpgenc 2.510 standard" and "tmpgenc 12i cg".

    I left it set to kvcd after I installed it, could that be an issue? If so which setting should I use?

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    Yes, I agree Tmpgenc is good and go here for help on making VCD/SVCD

    Link

    DVDRHelp

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    Captain, do you have the latest version? 0.9.990

    if not, try that.

    as for the matrix options (which are indeed under video settings) i have 10 altogether.

    i think that the first one...tmpegenc standard is the one for doing vcd&#39;s.

    if your player supports kvcd, then leave it on that, it should work. (if your player has played a kvcd before, then jackpot)

    Also, i had a "Connect issue" with tmpegenc, but upgrading tmpegenc worked (if you dont get the prob, then ignore this...youll know if it occurs )

    Back on track if you&#39;re using the newest acp, then i think that you sholdnt have a/v sync issues...check this, if not, we can have another look




    btw: if you reply here and i dont get back in a couple of days pm me, dont often come to software world
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  9. Movies & TV   -   #9
    Originally posted by vivitron 15+9 October 2003 - 10:30--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (vivitron 15 &#064; 9 October 2003 - 10:30)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'>Captain, do you have the latest version? 0.9.990[/b]

    Yes I do have the latest version.

    Originally posted by vivitron 15@9 October 2003 - 10:30
    as for the matrix options (which are indeed under video settings) i have 10 altogether.
    Yes there are ten (only two Tmpgenc options tho).

    <!--QuoteBegin-vivitron 15
    @9 October 2003 - 10:30
    i think that the first one...tmpegenc standard is the one for doing vcd&#39;s.[/quote]
    I will give it a go.

    Thanks

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