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Thursday, November 28, 2002
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Afterdawn.com has posted two interesting articles about the creation of (S)VCDs and VCD movies...

- Guide to VCDEasy for creating (Super)VideoCDs: VCDEasy is a freeware frontend to the GNU VCD tools package. Using VCDEasy you can easily create standard compilant VCDs that both look good and are easy to use. This guide goes through a simple procedure of creating a Super VideoCD with a title picture and chapter points. You can easily use the process as a reference for creating other types of discs.

- Guide for converting AVI format videos, such as DivX and XviD, to VCD.: This new guide replaces our old DivX to VCD guide and has various new features added to it. Most notably, the new guide allows converting AVI files that contain Ogg Vorbis or AC3 audio into VCD format. Guide also supports encoding permanent subtitles into VCD video.


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