When I create SVCDs, I end up with 800Mb bin/cue files, which I burn (slowly) to CD and play on my DVD player and PC. Of course, I can just browse to the right folder and load the MPG file into Media Player.
Now, I have 2x719Mb AVI files and a Lite-On 52X burner and some bulk CDs. Overburning just doesn't want to work...
So, surely there is some way to write my own bin/cue files that just write that avi to a CD with the minimal error checking found on SVCDs, yes?
Of course, I'm damned if I can figure it out...
I've so far tried to put my experiments into Daemon Tools
I've tried adding the AVI as a track in CDRWin and saving the CUE file. This fails to load into D-Tools
I've tried changing
TRACK 01 AUDIO
TRACK 01 MODE1/2352
in the cue file, that fails too.
I've tried to create an ISO using DirectISO and I can load that into D-Tools, but it will require overburning still
I've tried it with the cue sheet, fails.
I've converted it to a BIN file and tried it with the cue sheets, that fails too.
Anybody know how this can be done?