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Thread: Trying to burn a video cd of our wedding




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    Hey people, I've been trying to burn a video cd of my wedding, and it hasn't been working. I purchased Photo2vcd, and Nero burning rom 6.0. obviously I've spent some money on this little project. When I try to burn the video cd all that's put on the cd are these files Entries.vcd, Info. vcd, lot.vcd, and psd.vcd. I've waisted three cd's trying to get this to work. I've even tried dvd copy plus, and vcd galaxy. Nothing is working. Hopefully some here can help me. Photo2vcd converts the pics. into mpeg format, that's not a problem, but the burning is. Not sure what's going on. Please help.
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    USe Nero to do it, as IVe burnt 5or6 VCD:s on iy no problem But you do got to tell it its making a VCD, then after its done just go and pop it in ya DVD player (if it plays VCD)

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    Do you change the format to mpeg, or leave them as jpeg? I've tried both, but both just put files on the cd, no video. I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong. Please get back to me. And thanks for the reply
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    Well yea, when you burn a VCD it all shows as files, it won actually show an Mpeg, or jpeg

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    Okay, if it shows as files how do you play it on your dvd player? It won't, been there done that
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    Well one, If ya trying to be burn a VCD, the files do need to be Mpeg, also, do ya have a VCD capable DVD player?

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    amd_man, in case you didn't realise, he's trying to wants to put pictures as a slide show on a VCD. It's not currently a MPEG file, so it's not as simple as just burning it as one.

    wily, I've got some software at home that can do this, but I've forgotten what it was called. I'll post when I get back and let you know what it is...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beefy
    amd_man, in case you didn't realise, he's trying to wants to put pictures as a slide show on a VCD. It's not currently a MPEG file, so it's not as simple as just burning it as one.
    :o my fault, I thought he was trying to burn like something taped on a camcorder that was copied to PC. sorry about that m8 :o

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    Yes, I have a vcd capeable dvd player. Photo2dvd converts pics to a mpeg slide show that is burnable. suposidly. I have the mpeg slide show, and the mpeg's. Actually it is a movie clip versus a slide show. Beefy Thanks for the imput and I'll be looking for your reply about the software you mentioned.
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    PictureToTv
    Give this a burl, it's very simple to use and you can add music and create different albums on the one cd. It will play it as a slide show set at your own timing rates per picture with different effects added (transition styles).
    I promise you'll be very happy with it.
    If you have any problems PM me and I'll give you a hand with it.

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