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Thread: Playing Movies

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    can u play a movie thats an image (.cue) in a dvd player that doesnt support vcd??? :helpsmile:

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    are you sur your dvd player doesn't support vcd, almost 100% do but svcd is abit less, several of mine don't play svcd but play vcd and kvcd (thank god )

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    ya my DVD player supports vcd but my friends dvd player doesnt bcuz i had burn Barbershop 2 and i let him borrow it and when he put in the disc it said NO DISC ERROR

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    if it was a bin,cue are you sure it was vcd and not svcd(if it was svcd means you friends player doesn't support svcd)

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    Originally posted by accat13@21 February 2004 - 20:59
    if it was a bin,cue are you sure it was vcd and not svcd(if it was svcd means you friends player doesn't support svcd)
    o ya it wuz a svcd and mine only says it supports vcd and it the svcd plays fine in mine

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    I have the same problem, but there is a way around it. My player supports svcd but my dad's player does not. These players are able to play svcd but don't recognize the header for svcd. When I burn him a movie I fix the header first.

    First use vcdgear to convert the cue/bin to mpeg.
    Use TMPGEnc with the instructions from here.
    Now burn with any program that will burn mpeg to vcd. I use the last freeware version of VCDEASY v1.1.5.2. You will see error messages in vcdeasy but burn anyway and it will work.

    edit: fixed a link
    JG427

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    I have to do the same thing cause svcd doesn't play, but I do it in tmpgenc
    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/40078
    check it out, pretty easy both ways and their's a chance it will work

  8. Software & Hardware   -   #8
    the header trick does,t work for me well let me rephrase that it does work if i play the movie in fast fwd with no sound strange but true

  9. Software & Hardware   -   #9
    muchspl2
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    yea its a crap shoot, sometin=mes it works sometimes it doesn't
    but if your dvd player doesn't play svcd then its worth a shot to try it

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    where is my topic moved???

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