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Svcd to dvd alternative way?

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by g1neo, Aug 20, 2003.

  1. g1neo

    g1neo Guest

    Ive got a film on svcd is their any software out there to convert it to a dvd-r disk so it plays on a dvd player, i know their are guides however im not any good on comps, i want some software where i can put the disks in and just be notifed when they are ready to burn to dvd-r, hassle free:) i dont mind if it's not freeware i just wanna get it done.Thanx in advance
     
  2. Discmania

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    Also, www.DVDrhelp.com and www.doom9.org have many guides on this conversion process. You can browse these and choose the one that you feel most comfortable with.
     
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    I use:

    1. ISOBuster - rip the SVCD to MPEG format

    2. TMPGEnc - combines the 2 MPEG (incase you have 2 SVCD) and use the wizard to get the 2 files needed (M2V and MPEG Audio).

    3. DVD Lab - To author and make the proper VOB, IFO, and BUP files, also makes the menu and chapters.

    4. Nero - to burn all the IFO, BUP, and VOB files adn able to be read on a regular DVD player.

    Note: you need to install SSRC and TooLame in conjuction with TMPGEnc... check out the websites that Yuriv said on how to install TMPGEnc.

    Good Luck... took me a lot of reading and some trial and error to finally get it to work.

    sirmugen
     
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    Use InterVideo WinDVD Creator2, it doeas everything in one step.
     

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