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Megs and vcd/svcd burn on dvd

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by dayzee, Sep 4, 2004.

  1. dayzee

    dayzee Member

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    Hi guys
    I have lots of short mpegs which i want to go onto one dvd disc.. I have done this successfully by adding mpeg files to a data disc dvd in nero.. all came out fine on my dvd player... but after reading all the posts here..i'm thinking was that fluke..? i had no audio problems.. Was i just lucky that I burnt mpeg 1 or 2s on the right format.. which one do need mpeg 1 or 2 if i dont want to worry about encoding either picture or audio.. Hope this makes vague sense.. Thanx loads in advance
    xx
     
  2. squizluke

    squizluke Regular member

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    I hope its not just a fluke. I cant realy answer your question but i think u may have just helped me out. I'll try nero and i'll let you know if it's a fluke. Thnks mate.
     
  3. dayzee

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    Well after trawling every vcd/dvd forums and sites it appears its all to do with they dvd player you have.. I have a DVD 55 cambridge from richer and i swear it would have a go at playing a beer mat.. Anyhows.. as long as the file ends in mpg/mpeg (and isnt therefore a divx or other avi - if it is bang it through winavi best converter imho - does any format and is loads quicker.. just remeber to uncheck the 'split output files to fir on one disc) then it can be burnt as a dvd data disc and be fine audio and visually - if you have this particular player.. worth the effort as i got 5 whole movies on this way :0) - Now to work out whether i have saved money (or just valuable move from the sofa effort) as dvd disc are still more expensive than 5 cds..
    I'm glad i had a bash at this as all the ripping the audio off and reencoding with at least 3 different apps would have been a right PITA!! Hope your works too xxxx
     
  4. Wowwow

    Wowwow Guest

    So can someone tell me how you would go about burning a couple of mpgs to a dvd for a dvd player to read using Nero? Thanks.
     
  5. nist

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    If you want to use NERO you should use the Recode functionality. Its an addon to Nero. That program can create a dvd movie with menu from different mpg files (both mpeg1 and mpeg2).

    But I would recommend Tmpgenc dvd author instead to create dvds out of different mpg files. Works like a charm.
     
  6. Chunyu

    Chunyu Guest

    And encoding problem

    Video CD
    6:21:19 #1 Text 0 File VCDDoc.cpp, Line 1433
    VideoCD document burn settings
    ------------------------------------------
    Compilation type : VCD
    Menu : Enable
    Picture in separate folder : FALSE
    Use CD-I : TRUE
    CD-I configuration : CONTROLS=ALL

    CURCOL=YELLOW

    PSDCURCOL=RED

    PSDCURSHAPE=ARROW

    CENTRTRACK=2

    AUTOPLAY=AUTO_ON

    DUALCHAN=DUAL_ON

    TIMECODE_X=64

    TIMECODE_Y=100

    LOTID_X=64

    LOTID_Y=64

    ALBUM=STANDARD
    Encoding bitrate mode : User defined (kb/s)

    6:21:19 #2 Phase 82 File dlgbrnst.cpp, Line 1800
    Encoding video

    6:21:19 #3 Text 0 File VCDCompilationImpl.cpp, Line 489
    Using Nero Video Converter version 0.00

    6:21:22 #4 Text 0 File AVIVCDFileItem.cpp, Line 879
    Encoding C:\BitComet\Downloads\DragonBallZ - Movie 05 - Cooler's Revenge [AHQ].avi to C:\DOCUME~1\ADMINI~1\LOCALS~1\Temp\NER1E3.tmp
    ScalingType: 0 Video: yes Audio: yes
    File size: 719550464 bytes
    Resolution: 576x432 25 Hz
    Frames: 69277

    6:21:22 #5 Text 0 File AVIVCDFileItem.cpp, Line 892
    Playing time: 2771.080000 s
    Requested rate: 225 KB/s
    iVideoRate=0
    iAudioRate=32
    Estimated size: 207831 blocks

    9:50:00 #6 Phase 40 File dlgbrnst.cpp, Line 1495
    Aborted by user

    9:50:02 #7 Text 0 File AVIVCDFileItem.cpp, Line 921
    Encoding done

    9:50:03 #8 Text 0 File AVIVCDFileItem.cpp, Line 985
    Temporary file C:\DOCUME~1\ADMINI~1\LOCALS~1\Temp\NER1E3.tmp deleted

    9:50:03 #9 Text 0 File VCDDoc.cpp, Line 2680
    VCD options:
    -----------------------------------------------------
    Create standard compliant CD: YES
    Encoding resolution: NTSC
    -----------------------------------------------------


    As u see it almost took me 4 hours! and it was only at 15%!! so this isnt working...i wanna burn my DBZ movies...
     
  7. dayzee

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    Nist and anyone interested..
    The whole point is depending on what dvd payer you have you dont have to re-encode mpegs...
    Open Nero (not express) choose dvd dusc over cd.. click on data disc and whack all your mpegs(ie vcd or svcd) over to the dvd to burn... need to test if your dvd palyer plays mpegs before wasting many discs...
    Hope it helps..
    xx
     
  8. Lennart

    Lennart Guest

    Normally vcd/Svcd is on a cd disc. I guess some players also can read vcd/svcd from a dvd disc, and some not.
    (Some players can read MP3 from dvd and some not.)

    Check here, http://www.videohelp.com/dvdplayers
    to see if your player supports svcd.

    Now it's possible to buy divx-player who handels subs for 100 dollar in Sweden. Centrum Gemini 340.
    http://www.netonnet.se
     
  9. dayzee

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    ..or vcd mpeg1/2 etc..
     

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