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Old 3 Mar 2004, 09:30 AM   #1
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I have a client who want to add an instructional video with his latest product. He wants the user to be able to view it on their DVD player and pc. I have two questions:

-could one use the smaller cd business cards and burn VCD to them? Would this be a solution? or would you have to use the mini DVD's to accomplish this?

-and if so, does any one know where I can get a good price on the mini DVD disc (w/2 color print) I would need somewhere in the neighborhood or 36,000.

Please help.
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Old 4 Mar 2004, 01:46 AM   #2
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I could be wrong on this but what you can do is make a dvd with two videos. The first would be your dvd video in the VIDEO_TS folder. and the second (vcd video) would in another folder. Both folders would be in the root directory of you dvd with a autoplay file that will play the vcd once you put it in your PC. One more thing try using a RW dics (if you can) to test things out.
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Old 4 Mar 2004, 02:56 AM   #3
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Sjackson; availability of media depends largely on your location I think but the overiding question is just how much data are we talking?
A VCD or SVCD would be both cheaper and more likely to run on a variety of standalone players.
I've no experience of the business card media you talk of.
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