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Thread: 120 Min Vcd?

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    DDRFREAK1030's Avatar DDR PRO xD
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    my friend has a vcd which is longer than 80 min

    it lis more than 120

    how is this done?

  2. Movies & TV   -   #2
    maybe it's and svcd, or actual DVD disk?

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    DDRFREAK1030's Avatar DDR PRO xD
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    not a dvd

    its a 700 mb 80 min cd-r

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    oh, oh that's odd. I think if you decrease the qualiy enough you can fite a little more on one, but otherwise, i dont' know.

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    It's probably, but not definitely, a KVCD as I put Wrong Turn (DVD Screener Rip converted to KVCD) (roughly 1 hour 30 minutes) onto a single CD for my family to watch on their DVD player's and the quality was damned good, if you search the forum for KVCD then you'll find a link to a program which can help you do this (i'm too tired to find it for you at the moment lol) :-)

    Sniper.

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    its called KVCD
    check my sig and see the light on how to compress a movie to fit on one disk

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    yes, but dopesn't your DVD player hhave to be able to play kvcd? or just nromal VCD. My dvd player can't even play SVCD.

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    Originally posted by muchspl2@20 October 2003 - 02:41
    its called KVCD
    check my sig and see the light on how to compress a movie to fit on one disk
    thats why i asked

    i still dont understand how

    too confusing

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    Wise Kvcd Maker/PIMP
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    Yep, that's called Kvcd it's not that hard to make once u get used to doing it.

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    If your DVD player can play VCD's then chances are that it'll be able to play KVCD's, but it's not guarenteed as DVD player's are a bit picky i've found and won't even play some VCD's (something to do with the encoding i'm guessing), so it's a case of testing to see really.

    Sniper.

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