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 Post subject: HOW TO: burn Video CDs to CD Minus R's in NTSC
New postPosted: Tue Jul 08, 2014 8:43 pm 

Operating System tested Windows 7-32-bit Date: 7/8/14
Tested on Windows Media Player version 12

HOW TO: burn Video CDs to CD Minus R's in NTSC

This brief tutorial will show you how to burn Video CDs to CD Minus R's. They used to be alot more popular with DVD players. They are not widely used in the United States. Some companies make vcd players. CD-R are cheaper than other medium such as DVD-R


Burning a cd-r VideoCD

Make sure you have rights for your files. So far blu-ray player that I've looked at do not have vcd support

Introduction:

Steps involved:

1. Create/use a file.
2. Convert to mpeg.
3. write to ISO/cd-r

Example file was mpeg (mpeg1 video, mpeg2 audio) for this tutorial

352 x 240, 29.97 Hz, NTSC

less than or equal to 80 minute length, under 700 MB (size of cd-r)

advantages: used in dvd players uses cheap cd-r

Step 2:

File conversion needs the correct format to burn to iso!

Clone2go Video Converter free version 1.9.7, Used to make mpeg has correct settings for NTSC, didn't try PAL

See right column in screenshot, NOTE: the mpeg profile was used.

Image

http://www.clone2go.com/freeware.php


Size: 17.1M, OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8



Step 3:

cdrtfe (Open source freeware) may want to use 1X speed


http://cdrtfe.sourceforge.net/cdrtfe/index_en.html

(also available as portable)

has documentation

select the '(s)VideoCD' tab

used VCD 1.1 setting (see screenshot)

Image

Other help/resources:

http://www.tech-faq.com/how-to-burn-a-vcd.html Info how to burn a vcd
http://www.mightycoach.com/articles/vid ... evcds.html info on what is a vcd

Note: Blu-ray players may not support vcd on cd-r, computers with DVDrom may be more compatible. The instruction manual that came with your blu-ray player may list cd-r videocd compatibility.


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