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Old 18th February 2002, 19:30   #1  |  Link
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ati capture 2 cut 2 svcd

I am able to capture and burn svcds.

I can't figure out what to use to cut the 3 gig svcd compliant file so I can burn svcds.

I've thought of capturing at high quality and then inserting the file into the dvd2svcd process as a failed job.

Any guides that might provide a clue as to the best avenue to take?

Each forum gives me ideas but nothing specific.
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Old 19th February 2002, 11:55   #2  |  Link
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All this is in some guides in the site, you could just look for them, but I will sumarize all here so you can do it faster:

- Open TMPGEnc, select File -> MPEG Tools
- Select "simple demultiplex"
- Open your file and demultiplex it to a .m2v and a .mp2
- Close TMPGEnc
- Select "Start encoding", "Settings"
- in "Program stream settings", select SVCD and any other option you know is necessary
- in "input and output files", press "open VS" to select your .m2v file, "open AS1" to select your .mp2 and "open PS" to select your final destination MPG file
- in "general settings", in "Max size (MB)", select 793 if you want to use 80 min CDs or 733 if you want to use 74 min CDs
- Press "Ok"
- Press "Start"

Wait and you will have some files named after your selected "PS" file, but with a numeric suffix (mifile_00.mpg, mifile_01.mpg and so on); each one will fit in a CD.
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This might help in the future. http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=8127
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