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i need help viewing downloaded movie on my dvd player

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by greg119, Aug 2, 2003.

  1. greg119

    greg119 Member

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    ok i used the alcohol program to burn the image (the .cue file) to the cdr. after that i put the cdr into the dvd player and it said it could not recognise a cd in the player. is there something im doing wrong? thanks
     
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    it depends...1.what type of movie was it?? vcd?svcd?avi?divx??? Once you figure that out, you will need to know what your dvd player will play. avi and divx is out(dvd players will not play them).
     
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    it is MPEG2
     
  4. Shoey

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    Try burnatonce and load the cue and burn at 8x.

    burnatonce:http://www.burnatonce.com/downloads/
    Best freeware burning software on the net I assure you

    Shoey :)
     
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    mpeg2 = svcd...can your dvd player play it??? when you burn the bin file does it create folders and within the mpeg folder the file should be the movie. If it only creates a mpeg2 file, then it needs to be burnt by using nero using super video mode...
     
  6. Shoey

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    File has already been encoded because it is in bin& cue format. You can download Daemon Tools and mount the bin& cue file and see if the mpeg2=svcd file will playback on your pc. If so you can burn bin& cue from the virtual stealth drive that you created (mounted image\bin& cue). Your home dvd player [bold] must support [/bold] svcd format m8. Look for a "PBC" feature either on your home dvd player or remote control. If it's there then enable. if you see no PBC function and on the dvd player itself SVCD, your outta luck.

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