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Burning *-mpegfiles to SVCD

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by JonasChr, Dec 9, 2002.

  1. JonasChr

    JonasChr Guest

    When I am burning mpeg-files i NERO, and looking at the "SVCD" i only read PCB-play, there is no time-marking and i can´t pause or stop it and then resume. Then I have to start over every time. When I want to go a specialr scene i have to fast forward the svcd with picture to be alble to see where it is. I want to know how I could do to be able to get the time shown in the standalone DVD. It is a panasonic, just three mount´s old. Should I burn it in another program or what should I do ??

    PLEASE HELP ME !! _X_X_X_X_X_[small]Jonas Chr[/small]
     
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    Try VCD Easy...
     
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    yes, VCDeasy helps because it allows you to create chapters based on intervals, or you can get the original IFO file and put the times in manually.. and then it either burns directly to disk or create a image file .bin/.cue for easy burning using your favorite s/w.
     
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