Burning VCD - Using JVC R2626 (aka XR-2020)greenspun.com : LUSENET : Video CD : One Thread
I had followed instruction on burning a VCD, but with the final result, I had problem it to play, neither on a PC or my standalone DVD with VCD compliance. I am using TMPGEnc to encode it, and Nero 5.0 to burn it. Sources tells me I have a MPEG with VCD compliant. I think the problem may lay in the JVC burner R626 (aka XR-2020). The firmware I tried were 1.0, 1.55 and 2.05.
Has any had any success burning a VCD or SVCD using this particular burner?
Thank you for your input.
-- Tony T (email@example.com), January 26, 2001
Hi not a VCD question, but has anyone got a JVC R2626 to run under win2k ???
I need help and JVC will not reply to my emails :o(
So any help is apreciated.
-- Kathy Quinlan (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 21, 2001.
This burner is not supported with any (known to me) burning software in w2k (100% not in CD creator).That was confirmed from JVC. I managed to make it work with CDRWIN but it's not stable. Sometimes it works and sometimes don't even start burning.
The only known solution for now is to buy another burner:)
-- Saso (email@example.com), September 04, 2001.
Yeah, I have used my JVCR2626 under win2K with NERO. I am now trying to see if I can mount it in Linux... Has anyone done this successfully?
-- jim jutzin (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 22, 2002.
The JVC R2626 works just fine under Linux. I'm able to burn using CDRecord, which automatically uses the Teac CD-R50S driver.
-- Adam (email@example.com), December 21, 2002.