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Old 8 May 2006, 09:48 PM   #1
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Hello,I would like to know on how to make the 2 Discs VCD into 1 Disc VCD?What programs should I use to compress the files and how?Do I need to rip the files first?Thanks you very much.
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one way would be to copy and paste the dat files to your pc. rename to .mpg extensions. use TMPGEnc (free version). and merge the two mpg's together into one. then make a Kvcd.
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Yes.But I think JOYZ was expecting something in the line of DVD Shrink equivalent for VCD.
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shrink won't help him. kvcd is the same idea. i don't know any other way it can be done on a standard cd-r.
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Thanks LT. Columbo for your information.But is KVCD playable on any VCD Players?
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Thanks LT. Columbo for your information.But is KVCD playable on any VCD Players?
that's why you have to check the compatibility list as mentioned in the link, beter yet use an rw disc or take a chance on a cd-r (they are cheap as the cigars i smoke now).

remember it makes a non-standard VCD. many players will play it though.
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