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Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by skot0123, Sep 22, 2002.

  1. skot0123

    skot0123 Member

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    Can anyone point me in the direction of a good tutorial for Nero. I found one and bookmarked it but lost my HD before I got a chance to use it andf needless to say, I can't find it anymore. I am trying to burn my first DVD2SVCD backup (thanks VCDJUNKIE) and am having problems using Nero properly, I have only 9 days left only the trial version of nero (would love to find a crack) and want to burn one for testing before the trial runs out.
     
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    nevermind guys...I finally found it
     
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    Sorry guys but here I go again. I have burned the dvd to my hd and am trying to use Nero to burn it to cd in the svcd format. I am gooing by the guide I found at http://forums.afterdawn.com/message_reply.cfm?thread_id=7910&forum_id=11
    But it isn't detailed enough for newbies like me. I have a whole list of files in the MOVIE folder of DVDSVCD and I don't know which one to burn or if I am skipping a conversion step. According to the DVD2SVCD guide my next step would be using Nero to burn it to CD. I have chosen to put the movie onto 2 CD's(no choice due to size) and it created a cdimage1 bin/cue file and cdimage2 bin/cue file. Think these are the four that need to go to CD but when I try to drag them into the add box for Nero it gives me a "internal error CVCDDoc::IsProperMedialItem:c:\programfiles\DVD2SVCD\movies]CD_IMAGE_FILE_CD1.bin"
    I guess what I need to know is which files need to be on the CD.
     
  4. loaded

    loaded Moderator Staff Member

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    Your link is all wrong and you are talking to yourself again!

    Don't worry, happens to us all some time. Soon you will be dribbling in your soup. Anyway, the guide on this site is right here:

    http://www.afterdawn.com/articles/archive/dvd2svcd_guide.cfm

    And works a treat.

    And in response to your request to find a crack, I can help you there.

    Step one : Stand up

    Step two : Place each hand on (your own) each buttock.

    Step three : Move them towards each other until they touch.

    You have found a crack, although any other kind of crack cannot be endordes, or posted here.

    Paul.

    Also, if you are finding the SVCD guide a little tough, try the VCD guide first, it is excellent, well written and easy to use (smarm, smarm!) What is great about the VCD guide for newbies, is it gets you to grips with lots of new software and terms without being ridiculously complicated and the end result is tangable and satisfying.
     
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    skot, don't worry dude... .bin/.cue is exactly what you want to use! only, you went about the burning the wrong way...

    1. open Nero, cancel any wizards since they can cast spells and that can cause problems with video encoding.
    2. click file, then burn image...
    3. change the file types from image files to all files *.*

    Now browse to the location of the .cue/.bin files, and open the .cue file for corresponding cd (CD1, CD2, etc..)

    example: c:\program files\DVD2SVCD\movie\CD_IMAGE_FILE_CD1.cue

    check the info tab to make sure it loaded correctly.. and now you are ready to burn! yeah baby, yeah!

    Got to tell you though, I'm a little disappointed that you would ask about a crack on this site.. loaded was right, warez, cracks, or any pirating of software cannot be endorsed here.
     

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