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MVCD ??

Discussion in 'Video to DVD' started by vbdragon, Jun 2, 2007.

  1. vbdragon

    vbdragon Member

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    Hi

    I downloaded a movie with the title XXXXX.MVCD.mpg
    (I have noticed a lot of similar titles at the time I was downloading)

    But the only thing regarding MVCD that I could find on a google search was in regard to Mole VCD and it made a reference to TMPGEnc.

    Unfortunately I am not technically minded and there was no real information available in the search results.

    Perhaps someone with knowledge of this could point me in the right direction. I apologize if this seems a stupid request, but I cannot find information that will clarify this subject.

    Thank you.
     
  2. attar

    attar Senior member

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    Does the file play ok and what do you want to do with it?
     
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    Sorry.

    I have attempted to open using Nero Showtime, Alcohol 120%, WMP & vlc (Video Lan). I have also attempted to see what codecs are required by using AfreecodecVT, Gspot & ClonyXXL.

    All programs show an error, as not recognizing the file format.

    I wish to:
    1) Play the file on my PC, and (if possible)
    2) Re-encode to be able to burn the file as a DVD (VOB files, etc)
     
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    These are mpeg-1 files and should show as such in GSpot or playback with the PC software player.
    Nero should have no problem with them.
    TMPGenc is used to create them - they are non standard VCD files.
    Suspect you have corrupted files.
     

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