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Burn SVCD to Disc

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by mr335, Feb 11, 2004.

  1. mr335

    mr335 Member

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    Can anybody suggest a software program that would burn mpeg SVCD ready files directly to disc.I would prefer one that would allow me to play the disc in a standard DVD player.No muss,no fuss,just click and burn.And please no bin and cues.Thanks
     
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    teegee420 Regular member

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    I use Nero for creating SVCD's. Once you open Nero, select the SVCD template and drop your mpg into the compilation and burn.
     
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    Heres a simple but effective guide for burning svcd's using nero
     
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    Thanks for the help.
     
  6. icarusszz

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    Is there any way to burn a svcd on bin/cue or .mpeg onto a dvd and watch them on the dvdplayer?
    so that i can burn like 2/3 svcd movies onto 1 dvd
     
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    Well, the easy answer is yes. However, you'll have to de-mux the audio and change it to 48KHz (since VCD/SVCD is 44.1 KHz).

    After you're done with that, just use a DVD authoring proggy and that's it! (Assuming your stand-alone can play it.)
     

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