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VCD problem

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by dre, Feb 13, 2002.

  1. dre

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    OK, i followed the DVD ripping guide on the site and i ripped everything down to the split MPEG which works fine, but after i create the VCD (using NERO, burn speed 4x) the VCD has nothing (windows says it contains 2mb of Data) on it. Do i need a special viewer for this or am i doing something wrong when burning? Thanks
     
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    dRD I hate titles Staff Member

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    Did you follow the VCD burning guide?
     
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    yeah, i followed VCD burning guide from this site, are there any tips you can give me? Also, the volume come through really quite, any way i can boost this?
     
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    Hm... You drag&dropped the MPEG-1 to the CD layout and Nero accepted it and the CD size viewer in the bottom of the Nero showed the correct size? And you burned the CD as descriped in the guide and now when you take a look at the VCD when inserted to your PC's CD-ROM drive and use rmb for the CD-ROM's drive icon and select properties it says 2MBs?
     
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    yeah, hella wierd, and it takes the correct time to burn (bout 25 min on 4x), so im a tad frazzled
     
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    dRD I hate titles Staff Member

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    What do you see on your VCD if you look at its contents with your PC? You should see directories in there, like SEGMENT, MPEGAV, etc...
     
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    yes, i see all those folders and there are a couple small files inside them
     
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    I use ULEAD VIDEO STUDIO. It will cost u 80$ but trust me I have rendered 100+ movies so far and NERO has accepted all of them. It is a very easy to use software and Nero dosent complain at all.
    If u have any questions, please feel free to ask me at as I dont visit this forum very often.
     
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    Dre, I have the same problem as you did. Did you solve the problem and how?

    Please mail me, and if anyone else know how to solve this mail me:

    mino83@cyberdude.com
     

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