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burning vcds - 8/3/2003 2:58:38 AM   


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hi, i just got my new computer 2 weeks ago and i was wondering if i could get some help burning vcds? im using nero to burn and im converting the .avis i want to burn with tmpgenc. i have looked at all of the guides and faqs that i can find but none of them have dealt with my problems, my videos become very choppy or freeze, and the audio and video tracks start to seperate, its not my dvd player thats the problem because my discs do this on other players as well. i would really appreciate some help!
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RE: burning vcds - 8/3/2003 3:19:10 AM   
Laffin Assassin

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Hi shinji
Please don't make Duplicate Cross Posts (You have made 4 With the same question)Now you have Put the Question In the right section I am sure some one will give you some Help !!!
By the Way I have deleted the others otherwise Our forum will get Congested!!!


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RE: burning vcds - 8/4/2003 12:13:23 AM   

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You may want to tell us about your computer system, i.e. processor, memory, hard drive, OS so that we may further assist you.


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RE: burning vcds - 8/4/2003 7:25:16 AM   


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As LA said, if you post all over the forum you will not get the help you need. People will respond better if you post in the right place. As for converting AVI to SVCD or VCD, I find that DVD2SVCD does a better job. But that is my system. TMPGEnc does do an excellent job as well. More info is going to help us to help you. Do the AVI files play ok on your computer?


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