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Old 25 Aug 2004, 08:24 PM   #1
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Hello everyone!

I have a 900M file that i wish to burn in VCD. Itīs too big to be recorded in only one cd, so i believe i need to divide it.
Is it possible to do? How can i do it?
Please help me!!!!

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Old 29 Aug 2004, 07:23 PM   #2
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Hello,

Your answer appears on the site.
Takes the time to discover a little this site.

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Old 29 Aug 2004, 11:38 PM   #3
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"I have a 900M file that i wish to burn in VCD. Itīs too big to be recorded in only one cd, so i believe i need to divide it."

What format is the file presently in? If the file is mpeg/AVI/WMV/MOV, use "TMPGEnc" or "TMPGEnc Plus" to convert the file to VCD. Use the "Project Wizard" ("File" > "Project Wizard") to help you accomplish the task. Afterward, if you wish to split the file, use the "Merge and Cut" feature under "Mpeg Tools" ("File" > "Mpeg Tools").
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Hello,

Ormonde I appreciate your gesture.

Note: But I think that it is just as useful of remind to youngs of the world of the video, that it is indispensable to agree one instant to the exploration of the data provided by the fruit of certain of this site.
At least, that gives them a good reason to discuss or to challenge the reason of the authors.
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Old 30 Aug 2004, 02:08 AM   #5
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The main purpose of the site I believe is to simply "Share" valuable information and "Help" other posters with their problems and issues regarding digital video. Nothing more.
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Thanks for your explanations Ormonde.
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It is in the common sense
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"I appreciate what you make in this site"

As always, I'm glad to help others...
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It is a beautiful proof of humility.
There is more love to give that to receive (the Bible)

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Old 2 Sep 2004, 02:28 AM   #9
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Thank you so much, Ormonde.
You really helped me a lot. I completely agree with you when you say that the purpose of this site is to SHARE information. I hope to learn a lot so then Iīll be able to SHARE my knowledge with the "youngs of the world of the video". Thanks!

And you, guada, besides being reallllllllly boring and annoying, you seem to be completely out of reason. So, if you have nothing else to share but bible quotations, go to the church!

Thanks everyone!
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"Thank you so much, Ormonde. You really helped me a lot."

Glad to hear that.
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