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« on: May 17, 2004, 06:16:09 AM »

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how do I Burn a .avi file to vcd format with nero, that can play on video cd player? thanks a lot!!!!!
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« Reply #1 on: May 27, 2004, 02:19:38 AM »

How do I convert an avi (Divx) file to a VCD (mpg or mpeg)?
You will need the freeware programs VirtualDub and TMPGEnc To convert to mpg.
http://www.virtualdub.org/
http://www.tmpgenc.net/e_main.html

You will also need a burning program. I prefer Nero, but there are others more than capable of doing the job.

1. First you need to extract the audio from the video file. To do so .....

Start Virtualdub. Open the video you wish to convert File->Open video  file.( ignore any warnings you may receive at this point, you are just using Virtuadub to extract audio, video problems are not an issue)

Select File->File Information and note the fps as the video source fps because you will need it later..
Next Select under Audio->Full processing mode.

Select Audio->Compression and select No compression (PCM)

Select Audio->Conversion. Change the the Sampling rate to 44100Hz if they arent already.

And ....

Save the wav by clicking on File->Save WAV...the wav will be saved as a large uncompressed video file.

Ok now you have extracted the audio, now lets work on the big part...the video.

Close virtuadub and open TMPGEnc. If the Wizard comes up..close it. Its a complete waste of time.

First Browse for Video File ,then browse for the sound file you created with virtuadub. Now remember that fps number I told you to remember in the beginning? Now is where that comes into play.

Click Load

Then choose Settings, Advanced

Select Full screen (keep aspect ratio) under Video arrange method to keep the same aspect ratio(widescreen,fullscreen) as the video source(if you have a widescreen movie and you want it to be in fullscreen select No margin(keep aspect ratio).

Now just pick an output name and location, Then click Start

After this is achieved..all you have to do us burn it onto a cd in VCD format. More detailed info on burning with specific programs and splitting to fit on 2 CDs if needed. Remember a 80min/700mb Cd can hold a 800mb/80 minute mpg burned in VCD format.

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