Originally posted by IzNoGoud
[B]Yes, plays in both PC and standalone DVD Player.
Ok here it goes step by step:
1Âº: Download and Freelock to a floppy disk and execute it, you'll need a floppy disk to install freelock. Then you run genlock from the floppy, it will ask you to create a file with errors on drive (C), just press C to create freelock.dat
2Âº: Create a CUE/BIN image of your VCD/SVCD with simple name ex: (Aeiou) and not (aadadd aasasa aa)
3Âº:when you use scandisk you'll need to create the bad file again
4Âº:then execute freelock /o NameOfTheCue.CUE the dsk it's now boosted to 95min
5Âº: Download CDMage and open the cue... Read the info on the right pane in the end.sector
6Âº: import 1 or 2 sectors from c:\freelock.dat to the end sector -300 ex:if says 313.561 you go to action menu, choose import sector and put 313.261 then you repeat this step but at end.sector -150 and with 3 sectores instead of 1.
You'll have to try this 6Âº step because i don't do this quite a while and you can try with several ranges of sectors.
7Âº: write the cue in CDRwin, it will give you an error when the recording is complete. Just remove the cd from the recorder and put it on your player, if he doesn't detect it you must review the distance and the number of bad sectores to insert; you'll nedd only to check this once, when you got it right you just write the distances and the number of bad sector into a paper and apply to the rest of the movies.
8: This cd will not be detected in Recording hardware, so if you want to do this you must use the /m /o option in freelock
That's it. [/B]
Thanks I can't do this yet now though, as I just found out yesterday that my floppy drive died... maybe from not using it enough :bigsmile:
For now though I have some questions about your method:
When you say scandisk, is this the actual windows scandisk function? Or is this the "scan for errors" option in CDmage?
I've been playing around with CDmage, but the "import sector" option is grayed out. How do I get that working?
What do you mean by the cd not being detected in recording hardware? Also how does that relate to the /m and /o options in freelock? /m when used with /o makes only audio files added.
Sorry I am asking all these stupid questions, but I can't play around with the program yet because of that floppy drive.