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Old 4 Oct 2002, 12:51 PM   #1
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Arrow-2 2 SVCD CD's --> One DVD????


Hi Guys,

I am new to this forum, so probably this question has already been asked:

HOW can I make one DVD from a movie that is currently on two SVCD CD's?

I did the following:
Copied the MPG files from the CD's and tried to join them : failed
Tried to add the mpg files via REELDVD: Failed
Tried to convert the mpg files to MPG2: Failed

Please help,

Nico
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Old 10 Oct 2002, 06:05 PM   #2
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sorry to tell you this but...I have 7 vcd burned onto 1 dvdr and also 10 vcd burned 1 dvdr. It depends on the length of the disc, so I would say around 7 - 10 vcd into one dvd

SVCD would fit around 4 to 6 onto one dvdr. go here for a free guide on this...

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Old 10 Oct 2002, 06:31 PM   #3
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hey hairball, let me know what u find out, i have alot of svcd, and want to put them onto dvd-r, to play on a dvd player
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Old 11 Oct 2002, 01:24 AM   #4
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Hi. I figured it out but it is a time consuming business
Here it comes:

1. Copy the MPG files from the (s)vcd discs.
2. OPEN the tool DVD2AVI
3. Within DVD2AVI select the MPG files
4. Within DVD2AVI do PREVIEW (note the framerate)
5. Within DVD2AVI hit ESC
6.Within DVD2AVI do SAVE PROJECT (This takes appr. 5 minutes)
7. Now you have TWO files (*.d2v and *.mpa)
8. EXIT DVD2AVI

9.OPEN the tool TMPGenc
10. Select the *.d2v file as VIDEO INPUT
11. Select the *.mpa file as AUDIO INPUT
12. LOAD the DVD template
13. Select a name for the output file.
14. Hit START and the decoding begins (takes from 2 to 5 hours)

15. Clear all the fields
16. Go to FILE/MPG TOOLS/SIMPLE DE-Multiplex
17. Select as INPUT the filename from step 13
18. This Splits up the MPG file in a *.mp2 file and a video file
19. go to the main screen
20. LOAD the UNLOCK file from the subdirectory
21. Select as INPUT the *.mp2 file
22. Select AUDIO ONLY
23. Select SETTINGS and make sure the birtare is 48khz
24. Set the output file as *.mpa

25. Open up you DVD Tool
26. Open the video file (result from step 16)
27. Open the *.mpa file
28. BURN the DVD!!!!

Good luck.

I've tried this 8 times an all 8 times were succesfull.

Regards....
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Old 11 Oct 2002, 02:14 AM   #5
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hey thx man, hey email me if ur interested in swapping some svcd's, laters
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VCDHELP.COM contains a detailed guide on creating a "svcd" dvd disc.
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