Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by cb420, Jan 17, 2007.
im so confused. hwo do i take mpeg music viedos and make it a vcd?
First, the videos must be transformed in MPEG-1 mpegs (352x288/240, PAL/NTSC).
You can do it easily with the free TMPGenc Plus, since it's free to make MPEG-1 files (buying it is compulsory only to keep the MPEG-2 encoding capability, after 30 days of free trial). Just use the Wizard, choose your template and set
- video arrange method = full screen (keep aspect ratio)
- motion search precision = very slow (very high quality).
After you have the good mpegs, use the (again) free VCDGEar to put up to 80' of videos in a 80' CD-R.
And remember: in a 80' CD-R you can fit 800 MB mpeg-1, 700 MB is referred to data only.
More, if you author the mpeg-1 files in a DVD with DVDLab , you can even fit 4,3 Gb of music videos in a DVD!
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