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Problem with .BIN/.CUE -> SVCD format.

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by tkx, Jun 23, 2003.

  1. tkx

    tkx Guest

    Someone posted the following statement a while ago... I don't see that the issue was resolved. I am having the exact same problem, where fireburner or blindwrite will not write the CDs properly for my DVD player (which is SVCD compatible) to work. The odd thing is that I have done this before successfully, however I cannot get it to work at all anymore. Does anyone have insite on how to burn the .bin/.cue files so that it will read in an SVCD player? Are there specific options in fireburner which I need to enable/disable?

    Thanks


     
  2. Dela

    Dela Administrator Staff Member

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    have u tried burning with Alcohol 120% ??
     
  3. tkx

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    Yes sir! :).

    I can see the files in the CDs that I burn, however it is not recognized as a SVCD. I can burn with NERO from the mpegs for now tho... seems like no-one knows what is goin on :).
     
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    Dela Administrator Staff Member

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    Ye it is strange but dont think you are the only one to see it, trust me if you looked around you could pick out a helluva lot of stuff related! Are you completely sure your dvd player is svcd compatible?? have u tried svcd b4??
     
  5. tkx

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    I am not the only one who saw it... I posted the quote from another unclosed topic in my original post. Yes I have tried SVCD, and yes it does work. I can burn the movies in Nero like I said, and it works fine in SVCD format.

    Problem is, long time ago I used to burn .bin/.cue directly to CD and it worked..
     
  6. Dela

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    Ye i understand, finding it hard to understand what is going on, just for the record what speed did you burn it at?
     
  7. tkx

    tkx Guest

    Disc-at-once 96, Close CD, Autocorrect sub-channel, Autocorrect EDC/ECC, Enable BURN Proof, Burn Speed 16x

    (Fireburner options)
     
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