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Old 23 Oct 2004, 09:37 AM   #1
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Hello everyone.. Im very new and have looked around the threads seeing if this has been mentioned before, and didnt find any.

Im using TMPGenc2.5

To convert a 700 odd meg AVI to VCD takes about 7 - 8 hours, Ive had to play with TMPG a few times but now ive finally got a VCD that shows the actually vid (great quality too) on my home DVD

However so far I have stopped it a couple of times when it has done about 90 odd meg and have made sure it works on my home DVD player ( was not sure if the settings are correct ) but I dont have any sound ?

So would the sound accompany any amount of video or does the sound get added towards the end of the conversion.. I have sound on my computer but none on the home DVD player...

Any help would be appriecated greatly..

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Old 23 Oct 2004, 11:21 AM   #2
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TMPGEnc adds/multiplexes the audiostream to a VCD structure only AFTER it's created the entire videostream...
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Old 23 Oct 2004, 01:29 PM   #3
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Ah, I take that as yes... cool

Thx very much for a speedy reply Sir...
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"Thx very much for a speedy reply Sir..."

My pleasure ;>}
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Old 24 Oct 2004, 05:28 AM   #5
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Mr Setarip

You obviously know your stuff, Hope you dont mind me asking a couple more newbie questions concerning conversions

I have a 1 gig Athlon, would it make much difference if the conversion took place on a approx 4gig Pentium.. or does TMPG have a max speed no matter what speed processor you have?

Also in your opinion what is the fastest conversion program available?
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"I have a 1 gig Athlon, would it make much difference if the conversion took place on a approx 4gig Pentium.. or does TMPG have a max speed no matter what speed processor you have?"

It will make a significant difference

"Also in your opinion what is the fastest conversion program available?"

I don't concern myself with speed comparisons - I believe TMPGEnc provides top quality results...
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