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    Ok, so i got the Matrix Reloaded Chakra SVCD CD1 . Problem is what to do next, i know i can put it on too a CDR because the duration is under 80 minutes . They are in a .bin and .cue file . So i opened the .cue file in Nero, and burnt the .cue sheet . I put it in to my player and it said 'Bad Disk' . Any ideas on how to do it ?

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    i did it with alcohol120% worked well...

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    It's in Pal format, and your DVD player probally isn't multiregion so it wont' be able to play it. You have 2 options:
    #1) Extract the Mpeg using VCDgear and watch it on your computer.
    or #2) Follow this guide to convert it to NTSC and then it will probally work on your DVD player. <--- this is what I did

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    yeah that program is great, but i hope you have a relativly fast computer, cause conversion could take days if you dont.

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    Problem is what to do next, i know i can put it on too a CDR because the duration is under 80 minutes
    80 minutes is the maximum time for an AUDIO (STEREO) CD.

    For data CD&#39;s, that kind of CD maximum storage is ~ 700MB.

    If you burn a VIDEO CD (VCD/SVCD) on it, it can store more than 800MB of VIDEO data.

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    If you burn a VIDEO CD (VCD/SVCD) on it, it can store more than 800MB of VIDEO data.
    The max is 800 mb no more.

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    Originally posted by Gre1@17 August 2003 - 23:17


    The max is 800 mb no more.
    Well that statement is just pure fiction my boy.

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    Originally posted by Aborted@17 August 2003 - 16:56
    Ok, so i got the Matrix Reloaded Chakra SVCD CD1 . Problem is what to do next, i know i can put it on too a CDR because the duration is under 80 minutes . They are in a .bin and .cue file . So i opened the .cue file in Nero, and burnt the .cue sheet . I put it in to my player and it said &#39;Bad Disk&#39; . Any ideas on how to do it ?
    Does your burned cd play on the PC? (You may have to install the K-Lite codec pack first)

    If so, then you&#39;re sure your CD is fine. Then there are 2 posibilities:
    1) You have a NTSC system -> follow Nevins instructions
    2) Your DVD-Player doesn&#39;t support SVCDs -> buy new DVD-player

    If it does not play:
    1) Your .bin file is corrupted: Try &#39;mounting&#39; your image using Alcohol120%. This creates a virtual Cd-drive with that .bin file &#39;inserted&#39; as a true cd.
    2) The CD itself is damaged: Follows deductively from the previous test. Try burning it again with other software like Alcohol120% for example.
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    Does your burned cd play on the PC? (You may have to install the K-Lite codec pack first)

    If so, then you&#39;re sure your CD is fine. Then there are 2 posibilities:
    1) You have a NTSC system -> follow Nevins instructions
    2) Your DVD-Player doesn&#39;t support SVCDs -> buy new DVD-player&nbsp;

    If it does not play:
    1) Your .bin file is corrupted: Try &#39;mounting&#39; your image using Alcohol120%. This creates a virtual Cd-drive with that .bin file &#39;inserted&#39; as a true cd.
    2) The CD itself is damaged: Follows deductively from the previous test. Try burning it again with other software like Alcohol120% for example.
    I just assumed he had the same problem that I had, I&#39;m sure glad I read the forums at vcdquality.com and found out it was in Pal so I dind&#39;t waste 3 cd&#39;s.

    Good luck to you Aborted. oh and try VCD Help.com to see if your DVD player supports SVCD&#39;s.

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