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I want to know what is the ideal speed to cut the VCD to play on VCD player ( even on china made ).
Regards ... Munaf
-- Munaf Hirkani (email@example.com), March 16, 2004
Because VCD format doesn't have the kind of error correction that audio CD and CD-ROM have, generally speaking it is best to burn as slow as possible. I would not recommend burning above 8x if possible, but with most of the current burners, you'll be lucky if you can go as "slow" as 24x. As a general rule, burning at a faster speed does not make a VCD unplayable, but you're less likely to have errors in burning if you burn at slower speeds. I have an older CD-R burner, so I usually burn at 4x.
-- Root (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 16, 2004.
Although my cd burner can burn at high speeds, I use it only for burning data CDs. As for burning video CDs, I will select the speed at 2x or 4x. Higher than that, I get some some skippy playbacks.
Adrian Lee www.VideoLane.com
-- Adrian Lee (email@example.com), June 14, 2004.