Hi I have followed this guide on two movie now. The first movie worked great, but the second movie I did didn't work so great. When I cut it the second disk was out of sync(audio). It happens right after I cut it into two parts. My dvd player does not handle svcds with 48000 sample rate so I have to downsample in Vdub. Can anybody help me on this issue. Thanks
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I have questin for you, Lee Bear!
I try to convert avi to svcd, that I can play those films on DVD, but I dont know on which media I have to burn it. On CDR or DVD
When u are saving the seperate parts of the movie is it normal to take up a lot of hard drive space? I Finally got it to open my avi file and now as im saving it it doesnt even get through half of the file and its up to 8GIG.. Is this normal?
Hiya Lee Bear.
I followed your guide using DVD2SVCD step-by-step and the sound was still out of sync. Maybe I forgot to click on 'No Compression (PCM)' in VirtualDub or something?
Anyway I tried again by saving the .avi and .wav files in VirtualDub then going straight to TMPGEnc with which I am more familiar and the sound worked just fine. There are just too many boxes to click in DVD2SVCD so it's a step I prefer to leave out.
so what's the easiest way to add my subtitles?
I'm such a noob.. I dunno how to use that script