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Old 30 Jan 2003, 01:42 PM   #1
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tell me if i got this right....if i want a good quality movie using only one cd with GKnot i should transcode the audio from AC3 to MP3 with something like BeSweet to take less space on the audio part and put the rest on the video part.......right ?
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You might want to give "ogg vorbis" a try for your audio. According to Uncasms it can deliver good quality audio at 96 kbps. You should test it for yourself.
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tell me if i got this right....if i want a good quality movie using only one cd with GKnot
And make sure you DON'T use the full DVD resolution. Cropping & resizing will help in increasing compressibility of the video, as well as making the resultant video look neater and, shall I say, non-amateur looking. Applying smoother filters should help too.
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dont use mp3!

ogg will need much less space while having same quality

especially for 1cd rips i would stay away from formats that need uneccessary space!

more info could be found in this ogg-guide i wrote recently:
http://www.atlandide.net/~uncasms/images/ogg/ogg_e.htm
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