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    I know this is a noob question but give me a break okay it's been a little while since I messed w/burning vids. NEway I was wondering what resolution I should have them at? Should I go ahead and re-encode to get the 320x 240 or will 352x 240 work okay? For that matter what about 352x 288? Thx ne and all help guys

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    Aaron_T's Avatar A duck is watching.
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    abu_has_the_power's Avatar I have cool stars
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    352x 240? y ? that's like tmd quality or worse man. wat have u been smokin?

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    I'm going to be burning these files to vcd and I wanted to know what res. would be the best. Some of the files are in 352x 240 and some are in 352x288. But I want to be able to see the whole picture that's why I wanted to know if I should re-encode them to 320 x 240 or if it would be okay to leave them in the larger res.

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    the vcd compliant standard for pal is 352 x 288 at 25fps

    where the standard for ntsc is 352 x 240 at 29.97 fps

    in both cases you will get about 70 minutes of video per 650 meg eg per cd

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    Thx man that's just what I needed

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    PAL is the standard used in europe, NTSC is used in the US. But most dvd players can usually play both standards.
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