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SVCD? - 2/18/2003 10:40:39 PM   
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What do I need to burn SVCD with Nero?
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RE: SVCD? - 2/19/2003 12:19:30 AM   
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You need a SVCD compliant Mpeg2 encoded file


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RE: SVCD? - 2/19/2003 3:02:04 AM   
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so nero will burn a SVCD if the files I give it are SVCD compliant? is there anything else that I need (like a plug-in?)

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RE: SVCD? - 2/19/2003 3:18:12 AM   
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You only need the plugin if your MPEG files are NOT MPEG2 compliant. And even then you don't really need the plugin, because you can just download TMPEG for free and convert them, instead of shelling out money for the plugin


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RE: SVCD? - 2/21/2003 4:09:34 AM   
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TMPgenc can convert files to MPEG 2 compliant? I downloaded it and as far as I can see, the conversion only makes the file MPEG 1. What do I need to do in TMPgenc to convert to MPEG2?

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RE: SVCD? - 2/21/2003 8:49:23 AM   
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visit www.vcdhelp.com they have VERY good walkthroughs


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RE: SVCD? - 2/22/2003 5:17:12 PM   
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I wouldn't waste my time using Nero for SVCD as I have backed up many of my dvd's and was using Nero until I discovered some of my backups were "blotched". If you're downloading SVCD from p2p clients then I recommend you use VCD Easy 1.14 http://www.vcdeasy.org/
If your backing up dvd's using DVD2SVCD then I recommend you also create bin& cue files (cd image tab folder>VCDXbuild ticked). I don't burn MPEG2 format anymore because I found out by burning bin& cue, I can scroll through the chapters, burning MPEG I couldn't. Another great burning program to use is called BurnAtOnce 0.95 http://www.burnatonce.com/index.html

Be sure that you burn NO faster than 8x to be on the safe side as many home dvd players and dvd-roms can't read MPEG2 (SVCD) discs burned at high speeds.

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