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Thread: Avi To Kvcd Problem

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    kazaaman's Avatar Proud Indian
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    I used ACP to convert the Avi file to Kvcd. I already checked the avi for any bad frames and there werent any. After I encoded it to mpeg I checked the Mpeg file on the computer to see if the sound was on sync. But after i burned it with Nero to vcd ( I unchecked Standard Compliant ) and played it on the dvd player it was a little bit off. Like about a second or 2 off.

    Does anyone know why this is happening?

    On my other 2 movies it has also been out of sync a lil bit.

    Maybe its the muxing program Acp uses or is it just the burning program I am using??


    Help is appreciated GREATLY


    CHEERS

  2. Movies & TV   -   #2
    muchspl2
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    sounds like your dvd player doesn't like kvcd's
    try playing it in a different dvd player

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    Wise Kvcd Maker/PIMP
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    Just use bbmpeg to remux it but first tell me what u are making kvcd (mpeg 1) skvcd (mpeg 2) I don't use that half-ass acp program I do it all manually so i say it's probably your buffer is to high for your dvd player and has to be turned down when u tell me what u are making I will tell u the settings for bbmpeg.

  4. Movies & TV   -   #4
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    Try checkin "create standard vcd"it should play better on your dvdplayer, n burn a slower speed

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    It won't play on dvd player if u check standard vcd because it is not standard it won't let u burn unless u encode again of turn it off.

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    kazaaman's Avatar Proud Indian
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    My movie i have is XviD (encoded with Koepi 1.03) his latest one.

    And more specs are that its 700 MB

    Stream Type: OpenDML AVI
    I/L: 1 vid frame (42 ms) Split: Yes
    IMRR: 1.00


    AUDIO

    Audio Type: ac3 (0x2000) Dolby Laboratories, Inc
    Bitrate: 448 kb/s (5 ch) CBR
    ( Fs: 48000 Hz )

    VIDEO

    Bitrate: 881 kb/s
    Frame Rate: 23.976
    Of: 0.224 bits/pixel
    Resolution: 640x256 (2.50:1) [=5:2]

    Runtime: 01:13:18 (105,444 fr)

  7. Movies & TV   -   #7
    ah , its ac3 audio , you need to stript the ac3 audio out ( demux )and remux it after you convert the vid to mpeg

    i use virtualdubmod to demux

    there is a tutorial about hang on i will find it, this one ends up as dvd but the demux bit is still the same

    http://www.dvdrhelp.com/forum/userguides/186739.php

    here is another that is for vcd

    http://www.dvdrhelp.com/forum/userguides/140703.php


    there arnt many programs that can handle converting xvid and ac3 at once
    but these work everytime for me

  8. Movies & TV   -   #8
    muchspl2
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    but if he has no trouble playing the kvcd on his computer, doesn't that rule out that their is any problem with the file being in sync
    seems the easiest way to isolate the problem would be to try it in a different dvd player

  9. Movies & TV   -   #9
    true enough , but i would rather make a vcd complaint compilation that could play on any dvd player, especialy if you are gunna share it with freinds

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    Wise Kvcd Maker/PIMP
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    Kazaaman I meant what are u making it into mpeg 1 kvcd or mpeg 2 skvcd.

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