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Thread: Make A Vcd

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    QazQaz007's Avatar I got your Newcomer
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    Iím looking for a good simple to use program to convert an .avi movie to a Vcd
    so I can watch it on my DVD player. I tried tmpgenc thing on the kazaa lite site and cant get it to work. It makes wide screen movies full screen and I donít know how to change it so I just want a new program.


    help

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    I personally never had any luck conveting avi to vcd or dvd.I finnally got a video car with video out to watch it on the tv.

    Does tmpgenc hav a aspect ratio 4:3,letterbox.ect

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    in tmpgenc just go to advanced options and select "Full Screen (keep aspec ratio) 1

    its some where in the options

    i think options > advanced [tab] > Full Screen keep (aspec ratio) 1

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    tmpgenc is the best, lear it and you will understand why

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    trust me if ur new at this making vcd's u should check out main concept encoder very fast and very easy to use B)
    [COLOR=red] [SIZE=14]Doing it My Way Now

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    Originally posted by Rock Tonic Juice Magic@8 December 2003 - 18:39
    in tmpgenc just go to advanced options and select "Full Screen (keep aspec ratio) 1

    its some where in the options

    i think options > advanced [tab] > Full Screen keep (aspec ratio) 1
    With Tmpgenc SETTING > ADVANCED >VIDEO ARRANGE METHOD >CENTER (KEEP ASPECT RATIO) or you could CENTER (CUSTOM SIZE) and adjust frame sizes to 352 x 198 for PAL or 320 x 180 for NTSC.


    The figures 198 and 180 are 16/9 (widescreen) derivative of 352 and 320 respectively.
    Robert00000

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    whats a good program to use to make chapters?????

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    Originally posted by Robert00000+9 December 2003 - 03:44--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Robert00000 @ 9 December 2003 - 03:44)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-Rock Tonic Juice Magic@8 December 2003 - 18:39
    in tmpgenc just go to advanced options and select "Full Screen (keep aspec ratio) 1

    its some where in the options

    i think&nbsp; options > advanced [tab] > Full Screen keep (aspec ratio) 1
    With Tmpgenc SETTING > ADVANCED >VIDEO ARRANGE METHOD >CENTER (KEEP ASPECT RATIO) or you could CENTER (CUSTOM SIZE) and adjust frame sizes to 352 x 198 for PAL or 320 x 180 for NTSC.


    The figures 198 and 180 are 16/9 (widescreen) derivative of 352 and 320 respectively. [/b][/quote]
    Full Screen Keep aspec ratio

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    muchspl2
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    Originally posted by downloadgeek@9 December 2003 - 04:53
    whats a good program to use to make chapters?????
    vcd easy
    it&#39;s super easy for chaptors and menu&#39;s

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