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    well im trying to sqeeze 3 films onto one DVD disk. Ive seen this done before when i had a DVD from my mate and he has 3 films on one disk. Also when i encode it on TMPGEnc it makes my video 4:3 when i want it 16:9 (with black bars).. help please

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    You need to decimate the framesize - try decreasing by a factor of 2. This may become unplayable in some standalones. You can also encode the audio to MPEG layer 2 to squeeze on more video, but again this may become unplayable.

    Is you source 4:3 or letterboxed? You need to play around with the arrange settings in TMPGenc. Take a look at this http://www.marcpeters.co.uk/convert-4-3-to-16-9.html.

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    http://www.kvcd.org/portal/index.php

    Using KVCD parameters to create DVDs (KDVD), will enable you to create 100% DVD compliant MPEG-2 streams, capable of playing on any standard DVD player. This will allow you to put up to about 6 hours Full D-1 720x480 on one DVD, or about 10 hours at Half D-1 352x480.

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    well thnx for the guide...

    but still TMPGE encodes it takes up more than 4.7GB and i cant seem to make it smaller


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    o and btw my source is letterbox.. i download movies and they are AVI format

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    What are you using to create the VOB files? Most DVD authoring apps support seperate video and audio streams - it's just a matter of dropping/selecting the two files a window rather than one.

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    thnx for all that... but now i have sound delays so i decided to do video and audio separetly... but then how do i put them together onto a dvd?

    PS it encoded to .m2v and .mp2

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    You can use TMPGenc to multiplex. I think I wrote a guide somewhere on this page: http://www.marcpeters.co.uk/tmpgenctools.html - may be wrong, but it should at leat tell you how to get to the multiplexer setting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Peters
    What are you using to create the VOB files? Most DVD authoring apps support seperate video and audio streams - it's just a matter of dropping/selecting the two files a window rather than one.

    im using TMPGenc with that KVCD template and then i use TMPG authorising program but it wont accept the two files

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