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Old 21 Jun 2004, 02:32 AM   #1
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Default Converting SVCD to DVD Using Any of These Programs??

what i have:
-VirtualDub v1.5.10
-VirtualDubMod v1.5.10.1 [Build 2366]
-Nandub v1.0 rc2 [Build 1852]
-IfoEdit v0.96
-GSpot v2.21
-TMPGEnc Plus v2.5
-TMPGEnc DVD Author v1.5.20.62
-TMPGEnc 3.0 Xpress
-DVD Shrink v3.1
-DVD Decrypter v3.2.2.0
-Nero 6.31 Ultra
-NeroVision Express 2
-BeSweet v1.4 + GUI v0.6
-Gordian Knot v0.28.8
-BeSliced
-BitrateCalc

i was looking around and the only thing i found that showed u how to convert SVCD to DVD said to use TMPGEnc Plus's MPEG Tools to merge the mpg files, then use simple de-multiplex to make the mp2 and m2v files then use TMPGEnc Author to make the dvd folder, but when i try adding the m2v video into TMPGEnc Author it says:

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The video GOP is too long.
For a standard DVD it is necessary that the GOP fulfill the following conditions:

Max 36 fields (18 frames) (NTSC format only)
Max 30 fields (15 frames) (PAL format only)
is there any other way of converting an SVCD to DVD?

i would leave it as SVCD if my DVD player played it, but it doesnt....

thanx for the help ahead of time.

-Chris
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Old 21 Jun 2004, 02:47 AM   #2
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You should be able to ignore the "The video GOP is too long" error and proceed to author the DVD.
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Old 21 Jun 2004, 03:31 PM   #3
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It seems you don't have the one program you need. DVDLab will DIRECTLY accept an SVCD for input and generate a DVD set fro output...
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Old 22 Jun 2004, 03:04 AM   #4
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actually i have DVDLab but i havnt used it yet.... cant seem to find time to figure it out... if u know any tuts or guids on how to use it that woudl be helpfull...

and ormonde if i ignore it wouldnt that make it not work on my dvd player? i dont like wasting time and blanks like that
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"if u know any tuts or guids on how to use it that woudl be helpfull..."

Simply click on the "Help" dropdown menu - or go online to the author's website...
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"and ormonde if i ignore it wouldnt that make it not work on my dvd player? i dont like wasting time and blanks like that "

Always use an RW disk to check if you have a successful burn before committing to the permanent measure of burning with a (-R; +R) disk.
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"Always use an RW disk to check if you have a successful burn before committing to the permanent measure of burning with a (-R; +R) disk."

thats what i was thinking before, but every time i try to put the rewritable in the dvd player it doesnt read it like a dvd so i cant do that...


"Simply click on the "Help" dropdown menu - or go online to the author's website..."

that wont work to good cause basicly i need to see exactly how to convert SVCD to DVD... this fps problem is really getting on my nerves...
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"Simply click on the "Help" dropdown menu - or go online to the author's website..."

"that wont work to good cause basicly i need to see exactly how to convert SVCD to DVD"

It certainly WILL - if you bother to make the effort! As I said earlier, DVDLab will DIRECTLY convert SVCD to DVD for you...

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"thats what i was thinking before, but every time i try to put the rewritable in the dvd player it doesnt read it like a dvd so i cant do that..."

That would indicate that your standalone player is NOT compatible with RW media. I would invest in a player that can read a variety of different media formats. They're really cheap now. I picked up a Daewoo player almost a year ago-plays just about every type of disk. It cost me $39.00.
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Old 23 Jun 2004, 02:54 AM   #10
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ive tried everything... i cant seem to figure out how dvdlab works... its too hard to figure out how to change something...

i got to the point where i want to start to burn it, but it says the 2 formats are in PAL format and it will require a dvd player that supprots NTSC and PAL for it to play at all... im guessing its cause the svcd leaves me with video with 25fps and not 29... how can i fix that?
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"but it says the 2 formats are in PAL format and it will require a dvd player that supprots NTSC and PAL for it to play at all"

My Daewoo for $39 plays both PAL and NTSC. Like I've said, the best solution for this is just to invest a rather small amount of money and get a versatile standalone player.
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thats not the point ormonde... i want to learn how do convert it, and taking the ez and buying a new $50 dvd player wont help me learn how to convert svcd to dvd....
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"thats not the point ormonde... i want to learn how do convert it"

Type the following into your google search engine, and learn till your heart's content:

"svcd to dvd"conversion%

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