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Problems burning digital home movies to cdr to read on a VDC DVD player

Discussion in 'CD-R' started by Salar, Jun 15, 2002.

  1. Salar

    Salar Guest

    Could someone help me as to how I can take home movies from my digital camcorder and eventually play them off a VCD on my DVD player. I have managed to take the movies and covert those into mpegs in MGI Videowave III software, but when I burn them to a CDR, the DVD player will not even recognize the disc. The DVD player is a Sony which plays both DVD and CD video. Is it possible to just do it all in windows XP? I have spent hours trying to figure it out. If someone could help me? I'd appreciate it. Thanks.
  2. dRD

    dRD I hate titles Staff Member

    Jun 10, 1999
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    First you transfer the video to your HDD, then you encode the material into VCD format using TMPGEnc, then (if required) you cut the final VCD/MPEG-1 files into 740MB (or less, obviously) chunks and finally you burn the video files into VCD format using Nero.

    All tools listed above can be found from our software section and various instructions on how to use TMPGEnc and Nero can be found from our article section.

  3. cduran

    cduran Guest

    Some Sony DVD players like the NS300 donĀ“t recognize CDR, they only recognize CDRW burn your movie in that media.
    Some CDR like Pengo works well in this DVD player.

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