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Old 22 Apr 2003, 07:03 AM   #1
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Any Divx film I try to encode to VCD in TMPGenc gives me an MPEG file of 2600 MB or greater. Surle this is wrong for a VCD!!!
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make sure you check "super-overburn" when you burn it

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Make sure you are using the VCD template in TMPGEnc.

Secondly, the output size of the mpeg-1/vcd file depends on the duration of the input file.

Are you sure you aren't encoding to svcd/mpeg-2?
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Old 22 Apr 2003, 09:45 AM   #4
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your audio stream for those DivX movies are more than likely VBR (Variable Bitrate) and VCD uses CBR.
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Any Divx film I try to encode to VCD in TMPGenc gives me an MPEG file of 2600 MB or greater. Surle this is wrong for a VCD!!!
For VCDs, the play length is what you should be concerned with. The filsize is not relevant when burning to VCDs.
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Old 22 Apr 2003, 08:07 PM   #6
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your audio stream for those DivX movies are more than likely VBR (Variable Bitrate) and VCD uses CBR.
How does this difference affect the final MPEG filesize, may I ask?

In this case, the only posible problem a VBR audio stream poses would be TMPGEnc complaining about it and not working properly. I doubt very much the filesize would be affected at an appreciable level.
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Old 22 Apr 2003, 08:11 PM   #7
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When TMPGEnc encodes lets say a VCD with a VBR stream it comes out VERY large. Like he first stated that is why I brought it up. It just kinda goes bat s#it
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I have checked TMPGenc and it is definatley set to VCD - CBR standard format
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I repeat : For VCDs, the play length is what you should be concerned with. The filesize is not relevant when burning to VCDs.
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GSpot tells me the duration is 109m 28s but in TMPGenc it says the movie is 275m 8s ???
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Old 24 Apr 2003, 07:59 AM   #11
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Like I said TMPGEnc goes bat****
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