Suggestions and recommendations for the avi2dvd

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Suggestions and recommendations for the avi2dvd

Postby skyheartblue » Sun Mar 27, 2005 3:51 pm

Friends all over, please post here any suggest and/or recommendations that you would like to have with avi2dvd.
I will start:


?Resume option is a must! Imagine a power down in your house with no UPS after 4 hours of encoding #!@#$%#@$.
?The ability to control chapter's amount and delay from one to the next. --> Available Today!
?Developing some kind of a menu editor to enable Menu designed for DVD.
?Audio [1]: The ability to output stereo sound even if the input is AC3.
Very important if you don?t have a surround stereo system at home...
Also to control the output Bitrate.

?Audio [2]: Multiple sound track support can be astonishing...
?Preview: The ability to preview output before starting the long process of encoding.
This option was available in the DVD2SVCD tool (End of life unfortunately) and it was extremely useful that you could see the output- aspect ration, subtitle location and size etc...

?Image: The ability to change/determine ISO CD Label. --> Available Today!
?Encoders: Support for the latest CCE releases (2.7.X+).

That's it for my "humble" requests :shock:
The highest priorities for me are highlighted.
Now it's your turn mates :wink:

Cheers to our new hero 8)
JB
Last edited by skyheartblue on Sat Apr 23, 2005 7:03 am, edited 1 time in total.
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maybe more

Postby reburn » Thu Mar 31, 2005 9:25 am

more encoders like tempenc \main concept in the instruction option (optional)

bigger size font using dvd creation

maybe in the input to add mpg or wmv files
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Subtitlefiles *.ssa

Postby Hans » Fri Apr 01, 2005 1:00 pm

Hi,

many thanks for this program.

I would like to use *.ssa-Subtitelfiles.

Regards
Hans
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Re: Suggestions and recommendations for the avi2dvd

Postby Excalibur! » Sat Apr 02, 2005 9:27 pm

skyheartblue wrote:?Audio [1]: The ability to output stereo sound even if the input is AC3.
Very important if you don?t have a surround stereo system at home...
Also to control the output Bitrate.
?Audio [2]: Multiple sound track support can be astonishing...
?Encoders: Support for the latest CCE releases (2.7.X+).


Agreed!
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Postby trustfm » Sat Apr 02, 2005 11:50 pm

i will work around these options in the next versions ...
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Postby graham23s » Sun Apr 03, 2005 7:34 pm

The ability to specify chapter points every 5,10 mins etc --> Available Today!

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Postby mpegje » Thu Apr 07, 2005 8:14 am

Is it posseble to create a option for audio bitrate? --> Available Today!

thx

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Postby PorkOne » Mon Apr 11, 2005 9:20 am

Two things:
1. I would like to enter final file size (not only profiles like DVD9, SVCD etc.) in avi mode (I like to put 2 or 3 movies on 1 dvdr)
2. I would like to choose audio encoding option like mp2 (2 channels) or ac3 (5.1) for DVD
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Postby AndyMutz » Wed Apr 13, 2005 8:54 am

as far as i can see, there is no option for NOT transcoding the audio. if the .avi file has already an ac3 5.1 track which i want to keep after the conversion to a dvd, avi2dvd should offer an option not to transcode the audio but to keep the original ac3 file from the .avi file.

-andy-
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Sugestions for improvement

Postby BlackBit » Thu Apr 14, 2005 9:15 am

PorkOne wrote:Two things:
1. I would like to enter final file size (not only profiles like DVD9, SVCD etc.) in avi mode (I like to put 2 or 3 movies on 1 dvdr)
2. I would like to choose audio encoding option like mp2 (2 channels) or ac3 (5.1) for DVD


1. yes, final file size with 2 files: the avi/m2v (movie) file and the mp2 (sound) files, so it's possible to put two or more movie into a DVD;
2. preview of movie with the location of subtitles;

And continuation of good work!
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