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I burn vcd's with two different programs and they never even play....

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by DJDW, Feb 2, 2003.

  1. DJDW

    DJDW Member

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    I never burned vcd's before but i downloaded a bunch of music videos to burn on vcd and every time i burn them they never play,they come up as "error no disk",and my dvd plays vcd's...I first tried easy cd 5 plat. that didnt work.Then i tried nero burning rom and it doesnt work....What am i doing wrong????Can someone please help me!!!
     
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  2. Dela

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    When you download a (s)vcd it might be PAL or NTSC. If you have a dvd player that plays PAL it might not work with NTSC vcd! or vice versa of course!
     
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    i heard from someone to try cd rw's,and it worked but some of the videos the audio didnt match the video,looked like a dubbed kung fu flick...should i burn at a slower speed or something?thanks for the help
     
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    Some DVD players, Sony for example, say that they play VCD's but they will only play factory pressed ones and not those burnt on a cd burner.
     
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    Some DVD players, Sony for example, say that they play VCD's but they will only play factory pressed ones and not those burnt on a cd burner.

    Sorry, duplicate post.
     
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