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    Hey how do you split anime into 2 tracks?My DVD burner doesnt work and i havent had time to replace it and like on the anime I mean like movies like FFVII AC and those files are too big for regular CD-Rs.So neone know how I can split it into 2 files so I can fit it on a cd?

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    A movie program could do that for you.. the easiest is prob Windows Movie Maker.. but im not shure you'll get the ultimate quality out of it.. you could also use some other prog.. cant remember the names of them..
    Please Google it! before asking!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hanul
    Hey how do you split anime into 2 tracks?My DVD burner doesnt work and i havent had time to replace it and like on the anime I mean like movies like FFVII AC and those files are too big for regular CD-Rs.So neone know how I can split it into 2 files so I can fit it on a cd?
    Use Virtual Dub and re-encode the video using a very high compression codec such as Divx Pro 5.1 and do a multipass encode and encode the audio using a mpeg layer 3 codec, more commonly known as MP3.

    I re-encoded it while adding the subtitles and the filesize was less than 700MB while keeping a good quality.

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    Uh.... the audio was already in MP3. You never wan't to re-encode audio in MP3 or Vorbis format into Mp3 or Vorbis. They have already been through a lossy converter (lost some of their sound), so you wan't to avoid doing that again if you can.

    I encoded the subs in with Xvid, and it came out to 630MB or so. Lost a little bit of quality, as I did one pass.
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    I extracted the audio to wav and re-encoded it ack to mp3 since direct wav encode with the video caused the sound to be off by a couple of seconds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jyuu
    I extracted the audio to wav and re-encoded it ack to mp3 since direct wav encode with the video caused the sound to be off by a couple of seconds.
    Huh. Didn't have that problem...
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