Is anybody tried the VideoWaveIII to use for converting AVI files to MPEG-1 (White Book complient)? : LUSENET : Video CD : One Thread

I have a question for you guys:

Is anybody tried to used the VIDEO WAVE III software to created MPEG (White Book Complient)? I am awared that the software can read and edit AVI, MPEG, MPEG2. But I could not see if they are compatitable to EZ creator 3.5B Video CD format.

-- Carlos Leon (, March 02, 2000


I was looking to buy that on cost alone (99 dollars us), but the store (Fry's Electronics) said that the manufacture pull the software off of the shelves. No word on when its coming back.

-- Rogan Josh (, March 02, 2000.

Carlos, Get either panasonic, LSX, or Xing to encode (This will resolved your EZ CD compliant problem ). Get IfilmEdit to cut and merge the Mpeg clip afterward.

-- lnguyen (, March 02, 2000.

VideoWave can render to an MPEG-1 file but there are no specific settings for White Book compliance. For example there is no 352x240 choice, only 320x240.

-- EMartinez (, March 04, 2000.

Huh? Well, I don't know about everyone else, but my copy of VideoWave 3 certainly does have VideoCD MPEG-1 as an export option, just tested it last night. Imported into Adaptec EasyCD Creator no problem.

-- Robert W. Saint John (, March 14, 2000.

Well, I use VideoWaveIII and EZCD Creator4.0 to make the VCDs and they work fine. I can play it on my Sony DVD with no problem.

-- Serey (, June 19, 2000.

I have tried to use the Video Wave III to edit my video & save as Video CD format and then using the Easy CD Creator Deluxe to burn Video VD but it said the format did not match the "white book" requirements. Any suggestions? Thanks.

-- laurie (, November 25, 2000.

-- ndumu (, November 25, 2000.

VideoWaveŽ III Suggested Retail Price: $89.99 Our Price $9.99 S&H $2.93

Looks like they are liquidating this software. I am uneasy as to purchasing this now.

-- hilary weber (, February 06, 2003.

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