Svcd -> vcd

vbimport

#1

my standalone dvd player (pioneer 646d) does not want to play my svcd, so i need some kind of trick to fuck him without having the hassle to recompress every single frame from six cds of movies. any suggestion? i found this tonight, but it seems not to be worknig... http://www.geocities.com/newestmoviesencode/dvdvcd

thanx guys!


#2

Originally posted by cico85
[B]my standalone dvd player (pioneer 646d) does not want to play my svcd, so i need some kind of trick to fuck him without having the hassle to recompress every single frame from six cds of movies. any suggestion? i found this tonight, but it seems not to be worknig… http://www.geocities.com/newestmoviesencode/dvdvcd

thanx guys! [/B]

That’s just TMPEGEnc…

Is your pioneer actually compatible with playing SVCD’s ?

One way to test it if it can write normal VCD’s is by re-burning them in Nero (use a CD-RW if your pioneer can handle those).


#3

actually my player is a 636, not a 646, and it obviously cannot play svcd… :slight_smile:
anyway, converting it to vcd takes about 10 hours (for a single cd, which is about 45 minutes of data), and worst of all it fucks up the great quality.
i tried with a couple of minz on a cdrw, which are read fine, and everything worked but, again, i’m not sure about the quality…


#4

vcd’s are 80 minutes of data, max, always 80 minutes (on 800mb cd). not 45.


#5

i’m not that newbie: my sentence was “converting it to vcd takes about 10 hours (for a single cd, which is about 45 minutes of data)”, where IT is a svcd, which is also the “single cd” mentioned into the brakets, and i don’t think that a svcd holds 80 minz of video on just a cd…


#6

Originally posted by cico85
i’m not that newbie: my sentence was “converting it to vcd takes about 10 hours (for a single cd, which is about 45 minutes of data)”, where IT is a svcd, which is also the “single cd” mentioned into the brakets, and i don’t think that a svcd holds 80 minz of video on just a cd…

B-I-T-C-H

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