Are you copying the vcd from another VCD or are you ripping from a DVD to make a VCD? Reason I ask is I had this trouble when I would use Clonecd to COPY a VCD. The only way I was able to get around this was to take the .dat file off the VCD to my hard drive. Then change the extention to a .mpg file. For example if you have a file called "Harrypotter.dat" you would change it to "Harrypotter.mpg" Then run the burn software, like NERO and create a VCD. It will work fine. I hope I understood your question right. If you are creating VCDs from DVDs and having trouble, then I would sugest using EZCD Creator as your VCD writing software. Other softwares are too forgiving if there is a problem with the .mpg - Windows will play these discs but DVD player wont. but EZCD will not let you make a bad disc as easily. Also might want to try a diff. brand of media, this can also cause the problem.
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Edited by - Tron on 01/16/2002 23:39:13