How to burn on a CD-R a VCD video, a JPEG picture and a MP3 music song?

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#1

Using Multisession or any other technique, Can I, on the same CD-R, burn a video (as a VCD mode I guess), an image as a JPEG , and a piece of MP3 music?


#2

Well - never had a need to do it myself but, try it out…I mean CD-Rs are dirt cheap…And no, I don’t live in the land of milk and honey…
You can pretty much burn anything onto CD-R as DATA…But will the/your particular(standalone) player support it…That’s the question!..
http://www.videohelp.com/forum/archive/multisession-vcd-t212713.html


#3

[QUOTE=t0nee1;2533339]…But will the/your particular(standalone) player support it…That’s the question!..[/QUOTE]

First of all, thank you for taking your time. Yes, my DVD Player support it. I can burn a VCD on a CD-R and I can watch de video perfectly. But the Nero app. doesn’t permit to do multisession when you burn a VCD.
Any idea on how to do it?


#4

As I stated, never had a need for it… Unless someone has a better suggestion try this…
http://www.videohelp.com/tools/VCDEasy#comments
There is a freeware version, btw…


#5

My Nero has a Video-CD option.

The fact that your DVD player supports Video-CD does not automatically mean it will support the type of disc you are trying to make.

RM


#6

[QUOTE=RichMan;2533496]My Nero has a Video-CD option.RM[/QUOTE]
Yes, my Nero has it too. But when you enter the process to Make a VCD, you follow all the process up to the end and there is no way to leave the session open, it finalises.
Thank you RichMan


#7

Hi tmdt, no second session needed, you can place any file and/or folder at the root of a VCD volume using some friendly authoring software, like WinOnCD (CeQuadrant/Roxio/Sonic).