i want to trim parts of some mpeg files (all encoded the same way with TMPGEnc) to fit them on a cd. i've used womble mpeg video wizard (or either mpeg vcr, i tried both). the problem is that automatic export is set to mpeg1 system, and not video cd (wich is the format the files where encoded to). if i change to video cd and export it reencodes the video. of course i dont want that. and if i go with the automatic, it saves the file in a diferent format. (but wasn't automatic suposed to save in the same format, to avoid reencoding?...) if i analise the resulting file with gspot it shows the stream has a sys bitrate of 1500 instead of 1411. this results in that when it comes to burning.. each video minute occupies more than 10 mb. and i end up with the 77 minutes not fitting to an 80 min cd, acouting to more than 850 megas if i recall. can anyone tell me a way, with this software or any else, to avoid this, trimming my mpegs and leaving them on the vcd format?