Originally posted by ChickenMan ...Also, one of our past Prime Ministers once said "Life wasn't meant to be easy", unfortunately for AVI to DVD with any decent quality, then you have to work at it :bigsmile: ...
Gee, I haven't heard that Paul Keating quote for a while - but I guess it's true - especially this.
...Setting the CD size tells DVD2SVCD to calculate the best possible bitrate (within the Max & Min settings) to fit to a CD (here actually a DVDR) of size 740. Setting it to 740 will give you a 740meg encoded MPEG2 file, 6 of these then can fit to DVD.
Would that still give you OK quality? How many hours of video do you get on a DVD-/+R ? Two , Three hours?
Thanks for the tute - explains it pretty well (except now the process bombs out for a movie length encoding, oh well I'll figure that out)
One more thing - I can choose tmpgenc for the encoding instead of cce, is one better than the other?