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  1. VH Veteran jimmalenko's Avatar
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    Originally Posted by daamon
    Someone to wipe your arse as well as holding your hand?
    I wouldn't mind that Daamon, in fact, I think I'd enjoy it, so long as you don't use the same hand for both tasks

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    Stop f***ing stalking me!!!

    You know I wear a pea-green tank-top, what logo is on the front of my PC and now you want to hold my hand whilst letting me wipe your arse!!!

    Christ, next you'll be stealing my unwashed jocks out of the washing machine and running down the street with them over your head pretending you're some kind of villain / hero...

    What kind of a weirdo are you...? I hope you don't have pets... Or children... Or neighbours for that matter...

    Where's my medication? No, you don't need it. You'll kill us. We're only in your head.

    HELP!!! I feel like I'm in the middle of that film with John Malkovich in: "Being Jimm Alenko" or whatever it's called...

    There is some corner of a foreign field that is forever England: Telstra Stadium, Sydney, 22/11/2003.

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    You owe me a new chair - I just broke mine when I fell off of it ....
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    Good. Bastard! j/k - Got any pictures / security cam footage?
    There is some corner of a foreign field that is forever England: Telstra Stadium, Sydney, 22/11/2003.

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  5. Yes. When I burn the AUDIO_TS and VIDEO_TS folders on the CD-R(W), Nero says it sorts the DVD-Video files, and my dvd player sees it as a dvd

    however, since i am running windows 98, i have problems with dvdauthor. i am using GUI for dvdauthor and dvdauthor_gui or whatever its called.

    Now I need to find an authoring program I can use that will let me use 352x480 16x9 and use text links. i'll see what i can find...
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    Originally Posted by daamon
    Got any pictures / security cam footage?
    None in my office ...
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    Originally Posted by iThinkYouBrokeIt
    Now I need to find an authoring program I can use that will let me use 352x480 16x9 and use text links. i'll see what i can find...
    TMPGEnc DVD Author does it. See here:

    http://www.pegasys-inc.com/en/product/tda_spec.html

    @ jimmalenko -
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    Originally Posted by iThinkYouBrokeIt
    I intended to use a bitrate not too far from SVCD limits (2150/224) to be sure the disc can spin fast enough. most of the source material i work with is badly compressed, so i'm not too concerned about bitrate.
    If you are intending to do SVCD bit rates, then the only gain you get is the menu system. Why not just do a SVCD.
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  9. Originally Posted by mikesbytes
    Originally Posted by iThinkYouBrokeIt
    I intended to use a bitrate not too far from SVCD limits (2150/224) to be sure the disc can spin fast enough. most of the source material i work with is badly compressed, so i'm not too concerned about bitrate.
    If you are intending to do SVCD bit rates, then the only gain you get is the menu system. Why not just do a SVCD.
    I want the better menu system.
    And some of the vids will have bitrates higher than that of SVCD, but not very much higher. I haven't yet tested to see how fast it spins the CD.

    Originally Posted by daamon
    Originally Posted by iThinkYouBrokeIt
    Now I need to find an authoring program I can use that will let me use 352x480 16x9 and use text links. i'll see what i can find...
    TMPGEnc DVD Author does it. See here:

    http://www.pegasys-inc.com/en/product/tda_spec.html

    @ jimmalenko -
    ok kewl thanks. I'll check it out and see how it goes...

    edit: I just looked at the page and well... my computer sucks. i don't meet the requirements.

    maybe i'll just stick with MPEG CD-ROM...
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    Originally Posted by mikesbytes
    Originally Posted by iThinkYouBrokeIt
    I intended to use a bitrate not too far from SVCD limits (2150/224) to be sure the disc can spin fast enough. most of the source material i work with is badly compressed, so i'm not too concerned about bitrate.
    If you are intending to do SVCD bit rates, then the only gain you get is the menu system. Why not just do a SVCD.
    ... so you can fit a few of them on DVD and not have to get up to change the disc ?
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    Originally Posted by jimmalenko
    ... so you can fit a few of them on DVD and not have to get up to change the disc ?
    Que? We're talking cDVD's here... Too much sherry and not enough pudding to soak the booze up!
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    Originally Posted by daamon
    Originally Posted by jimmalenko
    ... so you can fit a few of them on DVD and not have to get up to change the disc ?
    Que? We're talking cDVD's here... Too much sherry and not enough pudding to soak the booze up!
    My bad. I got caught up in all those "SVCD on DVD" threads ...
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    I used to just create an .ISO image and burn that to a CD-R with DVDDecrypter.....as I recall. None of my players played it but my computer played it beautifully...
    I was experimenting prior to buying a DVD Burner.
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    Originally Posted by iThinkYouBrokeIt
    If you are intending to do SVCD bit rates, then the only gain you get is the menu system. Why not just do a SVCD.
    SVCD run a max of exactly 2x. Even if you go slightly over, you could find the DVD player spitting the dummy.
    Originally Posted by jimmalenko
    ... so you can fit a few of them on DVD and not have to get up to change the disc ?
    Assuming you have a DVD burner which iThinkYouBrokeIt doesn't
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    Originally Posted by iThinkYouBrokeIt
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    ok, I haven't tried burning a miniDVD as a CD-ROM, but in Nero you have one dedicated option for miniDVD. I have Nero in Italian so the terms may differ, but upon opening startsmart, go to CD in the top scrolldown menu, then video, and you should see "create miniDVD" or something to that extent. The few times I've tried it it never let me down.
    The only options I have there are VideoCD and Super VideoCD.
    You have "expert operations" (whatever nero calls them) unchecked. nero is showing you a small part of what it can do. It's at the bottom of startsmart.
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  16. SVCD does have two advantages over mini-dvd

    1) higher resolution

    2) More data-space (due to mode2 burning)

    3) It is a proper std, unlike mini-dvd
    Corned beef is now made to a higher standard than at any time in history.
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    Originally Posted by RabidDog
    SVCD does have two advantages over mini-dvd

    1) higher resolution

    2) More data-space (due to mode2 burning)

    3) It is a proper std, unlike mini-dvd
    1. Isn't the resoultion dependent on whether 352 or 720 is selected?
    2. Does a mini-dvd need to be burned on mode1?
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    Originally Posted by RabidDog
    SVCD does have two advantages over mini-dvd

    1) higher resolution
    It's being pedantic, but you can use Full D1 on Mini-DVD.
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