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    I assume that the quality of the source file created directly dictates the size that Kinoma will generate after. I had made a mpeg conversion of a DVD for use on my Sony Clie UX50 and then converted that to Kinoma. On the trial version, I got a small clip that worked fine. When I tried to encode the whole movie, I lost the video, although I had the audio.

    I then tried to encode the VOB file into an MPEG1 that kept the widescreen aspect ratio of the movie, but it increased the size of the movie by 50% in the Kinoma output.

    Sorry if I am rambling. What I would like to know is what settings should I create the MPEG spec to before encoding in Kinoma to (a) look good and (b) fit in a 256 MB SD card?

    Thanks

    RJ
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    anyone have any ideas?

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