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I have a small video producer and some clients have already asked me if can make the final product in vcd format; though i'm a professional in video area for a long, i'm starting to work (for 2 years) in non-linear editting and the only thing i know about vcd's is that they use mpeg-1 compression. How can i make a vcd and what kind of soft/hardware sould i use and the procedures?
-- Joćo Anselmo Silva Serra (email@example.com), February 07, 2001
Try this website: vcdhelp.com
Kiam Oey Los Angeles
-- Kiam Oey (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 07, 2001.
Try these as well: www.flexion.org; www.geocities.com/aussie01au. For that matter, why not start with this forum??
-- Mehmet Tekdemir (email@example.com), February 08, 2001.
Whow - Never know that there is a great place to learn lots of stuff about VCD and its making. I have been making a few VCDs quite successfully. Felt really great to learn from www.flexion.org Many thanks for the tip. ktnwin
-- ktnwin (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 08, 2001.
how do i make a vcd from video cassatte.
-- anand (email@example.com), April 13, 2001.
Hi Jass, It's a great pleasure for me to know people who are working about VCD format and I'm trying to produce one of then like you but I can't get results. The only things came into my mind was to copy the format (the structure) of a whatever VCD into my PC then to clean the folder MPEGAV and put in the last one the videos I want to see. This folder contains the video information in .dat format. I've burnt a CD in this way and I can see it in my PC but my VCD Player doesn't recognize the CD. May be this information it's not useful for you anyway I decided to shared it with because I'm in the same situation so if you have a better idea please touch me as soon as you can. Bye, bye.
-- Gilberto Cardoso Gutierrez (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 18, 2002.