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    I have Nero and also have purchased MPEG2/SVCD encoder and MPEG4/AAC. I am running Windows 98SE. Again, I am so NEW to this...how long should it take to encode and burn a SVCD?
    Also, I have seen the TMPGE Converter- is that the same type of encoder as I mentioned above?
    Are there certain details I should look for in the Movie download descriptions that would help speed the process up when I go to burn them?
    Thanks so much - didn't know where else to go for this info.

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    All your answers can be found HERE

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    Thanks for you reply. Been there already. Can you give me a little more detail on where to start. Again, want to see if I can change coding to MPG before I burn...I feel really stupid here but am soooo frustrated, can't figure it out.
    So if I go to the DVD VCD website (yet again) where would I start to look for my answer.
    Thanks Loads!

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    On that site you will need to click on "convert" in the green left hand panel,that shows you how to use conversion software like TEMPgenc.Alternativly click on "Articles".Thats where all-in-one guides for newbies can be found.
    Happy Burning!

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    See my posting on Guestroom someone has the same problem. I gave a detailed procedure there. Good luck!!

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    Originally posted by drakkie@29 April 2003 - 08:52
    See my posting on Guestroom someone has the same problem. I gave a detailed procedure there. Good luck!!
    @drakkie
    Sometimes is easier to just post the link...........

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    btw, this is not kazaalite related, since you asked about burning movies, goes in the 'MovieWorld'........same for software, games, music.......each has it's own discussion sections. B)


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  7. Movies & TV   -   #7
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    Nero is not a easy program for burning have u tried real player burner or music match jukebox burner because are much easy to use

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    Originally posted by xxxxxx1978@30 April 2003 - 11:45
    Nero is not a easy program for burning have u tried real player burner or music match jukebox burner because are much easy to use
    I'm still having a hard time believing that statement even came out of someone's keyboard.

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    lol nero is the easiest program to use, just a simple as easy cd creator, dont see y ppl have soo many problems. Need help search google that always works

  10. Movies & TV   -   #10
    Originally posted by gumbydancin+30 April 2003 - 19:47--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (gumbydancin @ 30 April 2003 - 19:47)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin--xxxxxx1978@30 April 2003 - 11:45
    Nero is not a easy program for burning have u tried real player burner or music match jukebox burner because are much easy to use
    I&#39;m still having a hard time believing that statement even came out of someone&#39;s keyboard. [/b][/quote]
    this guy is right abour nero if he is on about useing nero to burn dvd&#39;s? if he is ther is a lot ov problems with nero and dvd&#39;s, they dont seem to play in standalone dvd players check out dvdrhelp.com and ther u will c alot ov postings bout nero and dvd&#39;s
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