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Thread: My Contribution To The Board

  1. #1
    Sorry for double post. Board fu**in up

    I have used this board to find out many many things, so now it is time to give back.
    I remember when i was a n00b, how frustrating it could be to figure some stuff out, especially svcd's (looking back why it was i dunno).

    So for all of you that wann make em, but just get to frustrated trying to find a good easy to use guide Here ya go.
    Just go there and click on how to make an SVCD.doc. I made it very straight forward for all of the newbs that just wanna know how to do it.

    I would appreciate any vets who have a few minutes to take a look and see if I left anything out, newbs who use the guide if you get stuck anywher please feedback the addresse given at the end of the guide and I will update the guide to make it clearer.

    I am gonna make the site a little (alot) prettier but i hate doing HTML, so it may be a while.
    To come - easy guide for using - bins, cue's, .img, .sub, .iso and all that kinda stuff.

    Hope this helps all of you, and the clutter on the board "how do I make a vcd"
    Peace all.

    Edit: Posted link here aswell incase it wa not noticed
    Go to how to burn a SVCD.doc

  2. Movies & TV   -   #2
    Good job man, it looks good.

    All the links were a nice touch too.

    I think you should put in some screen shots though, to really simplify it.

    It will look extra snazzy too.

    Keep up the good work, and thanks!

  3. Movies & TV   -   #3
    Yeah I am going to just kinda wanted to get it up, tired of working on it. I will "snaz it up" i just wanted a nice easy guide for all those beginners to follow real easy like.


  4. Movies & TV   -   #4
    Update: posted guide in html format for easy veiwing. Sorry know this is a bump but at the time I first posted this walthrough answered most of the question on the first page of this world.

  5. Movies & TV   -   #5
    Why not mention Dr. DivX? It isn't the hardest thing in the world to obtain, and a legit copy doesn't cost hundreds of dollars.

  6. Movies & TV   -   #6
    What I am trying to put together is a easy to use guide for newbies to making SVCD's, I do not wanna make it too cluttered if you know what I mean. (why can get a little too much. Also I have never used that so I could give much of a walthrough on it. If you would like to send me the direction on that program, I would be happy to add it.


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