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    Creating VCD with Nero

    I am trying to create VCD using Nero with some ripped Divx files. Most of them fit in one CD, but some of them are too large to fit in one. Is there anyway I can divide it to 2 CDs?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Regular Member DAVE's Avatar
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    try this site bluesky

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    Try Virtual Dub for splitting files. (h**p://www.virtualdub.org/). vcdhelp.com will tell you how to do it.

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    I use Tmpgenc for splitting files. and you can use it to convert those divx files back to compliant mpegs.

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    Thanks for the information They are really helpful.

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    no need to thank bluesky
    send me some of your CDs instead

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    Originally posted by DAVE
    no need to thank bluesky
    send me some of your CDs instead
    You serious man?

    by the way, the result after coverting the DIVX (700mb) to VCD MPGE isn't not really good. I used Ulead movie factory.

    Advise?

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    just kidding man
    i don't need your CD
    i always download watch then del all the movie
    i dont' want to keep it or collect movie
    what do you mean by the result isn't really good
    the quality of the movie or what
    for the quality ofcouse the DVD are much better than VCD so when you convert from Divx to VCD the quality of movie must reduce
    get the DVD burner oh keep it in Divx and watch on your comp

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    hi Dave:
    the problem is. After I convert the file from Divx to MPEG1 VCD fomat and burned it as VCDs. I play them on my DVD player (on TV, not a DVD-rom)

    The graphic appear on TV are often SQUAREISH.. you know what I mean? There are often very noticeable edges.

    Will it work better if I convert using SVCD format?

    Thx

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    For best results use Tmpgenc to encode. It is far better than using Nero. You can adjust aspect ratio, color, etc.
    If your using a good source it helps to encode at 23.976 with 2:1 pulldown instead of 29.97. Vcd bitrate is 1150 so less frames= higher quality. Svcd will give you a much better picture but you need to be sure your DVD can play them.
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    njeddiek is right
    i don't need to add anything to that
    TMGPenc will give you the best results
    don't use Nero to convert
    you just go VCDhelp and they'll show you all the steps to convert divx to VCD with TMPGenc

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    Originally posted by DAVE
    just kidding man
    i don't need your CD
    i always download watch then del all the movie
    i dont' want to keep it or collect movie
    what do you mean by the result isn't really good
    the quality of the movie or what
    for the quality ofcouse the DVD are much better than VCD so when you convert from Divx to VCD the quality of movie must reduce
    get the DVD burner oh keep it in Divx and watch on your comp
    quality between dvd and vcd's is minimal at best if done properly. and if you burn a divx onto two cd's using a vbr, I've found the quality usually stays the same, or in rare cases, actually IMPROVES due to the lower resolution on the TV.
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    quality between DVD and SVCD maybe is minimal but VCD and DVD is not
    DVD quality is much better than VCD

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