Copying home made VCD's

A silly newbie question it might be, but one that must be asked none-the-less.
I’ve been creating some home rendered VCD’s via the standard TmpgEnc rendering/Nero for burning method.
No problems with the VCD’s thus far,as they all play in Win DVD okay, but If I ever wanted to copy the VCD’s I’ve made, will Nero 5.5.8.2 be sufficient,or would I need Clone CD.
As they’re home created VCD’s they don’t have any copy protection on them of course! :slight_smile:

I can’t see any reason why nero’s copy cd function shouldn’t work fine.

Originally posted by H.K. Phooey
A silly newbie question it might be, but one that must be asked none-the-less.
I’ve been creating some home rendered VCD’s via the standard TmpgEnc rendering/Nero for burning method.
No problems with the VCD’s thus far,as they all play in Win DVD okay, but If I ever wanted to copy the VCD’s I’ve made, will Nero 5.5.8.2 be sufficient,or would I need Clone CD.
As they’re home created VCD’s they don’t have any copy protection on them of course! :slight_smile:

there are no copy protection on a VCD…conclusion: is CloneCD necessary ??? NO…Go with NERO and let them burn All!!! :smiley:

Or use something like Iso Buster the get out the mpeg file and work with that.

But I cant see where any copy protection, and need for Clone would have come from Nero should work fine.