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    I burned mpg files to a vcd using easy cd creator



    6 platnuim but when i try to play them on my dvd player it



    doesn't work So Can anybody help meeee pleaseeee I give you money
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    Are you sure it was a VCD and not an SVCD? My DVD player can't play SVCD's. I'm assuming you're already certain yours can at least play VCD's. I can't stand ezcd, it's a horrible program. Ditch it and get Nero.

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    ill try it and see if it works
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    Originally posted by nocnitsa@22 March 2003 - 02:38
    Are you sure it was a VCD and not an SVCD? My DVD player can't play SVCD's. I'm assuming you're already certain yours can at least play VCD's. I can't stand ezcd, it's a horrible program. Ditch it and get Nero.
    I have got to agree with you there,ditch ezcd and get nero.You can get it here...or look in software world for hashs for it.

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    Nero is easy to do vcd but the quality of the vcd is not as good as with other "real" encoders and it takes longer with Nero then a encode program called "TMPGEnc" which I personally thinks is best cuz there you have more settings,better quality and takes less time.

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    The best place to look is at www.vcdhelp.com

    (Sorry I don't know how to do links yet!&#33

  8. Movies & TV   -   #7
    Originally posted by Spook@22 March 2003 - 12:34
    The best place to look is at www.vcdhelp.com

    (Sorry I don't know how to do links yet!&#33
    Just add http:// to the link and it'll become one automatically.

    btw, vcdhelp.com was moved to http://www.dvdrhelp.com

  9. Movies & TV   -   #8
    Thanks for links info

    I never realized it had changed as I have it set as a Fav

    I know there are some nice bits of software out there which are very good at doing this (no messing about with settings) but I can't find ourt which ones they are at the moment as my husband is 9 sheets to the wind at the moment

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    The answer is here!
    At least one answer. I have made dozens of VCDs without a problem, until recently. It was the brand of CDRs that I had used.

    I bet you anything, that if you bought PRINCO brand CDRs that your problems will be solved. Those CDs are the best, for DATA and music. They have a very silvery compound in them that lets your DVD player accept them (provided that your DVD player recognizes VCDs).

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    Actually, vcdhelp.com did change their name but if you go to www.vcdhelp.com it still goes to www.dvdrhelp.com. They go to the same place.

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