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Old 6 Sep 2004, 06:39 PM   #1
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Question SVCD to DVD-R

Hi!

I have a problem.

I have 2 ISO files for a SVCD movie (cd1 & cd2).
What I'd like to do is to make it so that I can have both cd's on one DVD-R instead. But I don't know how I'm supposed to ripp the video files from the ISO image and place them on a DVD-R and make it playable in my DVD Player.

I would be verry thankfull for any help you might provide.

Thanks in advance.
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Old 7 Sep 2004, 06:36 AM   #2
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Good evening,

You excerpt of your 2 ISO files the two SVCD files with ISOBUSTER v1.6 pro or VCDGear v3.55
Then, with TMPEGEnc you glue your 2 SVCD files.
And finally Nero for the burning.

To verify that your player makes reading.
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Old 7 Sep 2004, 08:41 AM   #3
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Thanks for replying. I have now copied the MPG file from the "MPEG2" folder in the ISO. But when I'm trying to ad the MPG file to a DVD source in TMPEGEnc I get this error message.

"can't open, or unsupported"

What could be wrong?
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Old 8 Sep 2004, 06:37 AM   #4
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Good evening,

It is strange.
Did you try to view your 2 files?

If, it functions;
Try another software of collage mpeg.
little known, but very efficient: AVI/MPEG/RM/WMV Joiner v4.61
Downloading:
http://www.boilsoft.com/
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Old 8 Sep 2004, 07:09 AM   #5
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okay, I'll try that.

I tried to play the MPEG files, after a little delay they start playing.
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Old 8 Sep 2004, 07:17 AM   #6
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I get this error in AVI/MPEG/RM/WMV Joiner v4.61.

"The format of AVSEQ01.MPG can't be recognized!"
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Old 8 Sep 2004, 08:31 AM   #7
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Sorry, Slappy I have an emptiness.
I believe that it is the sleep that calls me.

I take note.
To soon.
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Old 8 Sep 2004, 04:39 PM   #8
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DVDLab will DIRECTLY accept SVCDs for conversion to DVD...
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Old 8 Sep 2004, 07:20 PM   #9
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Nevermind, it looks like it's a corrupt image file or something. Because when I try to burn it as a SVCD my DVD woun't play it.

Thanks for the help anyway.
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Old 7 Dec 2004, 09:36 PM   #10
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Default How to fool DVD-Authoring-Tools to accept SVCD files

Hey there,

I found this post by chance and perhaps you found the answer to your question(s) by now:

1. Make TMPG accept your SVCD-file: use 'restream' or 'DVD-patcher' to patch the resolution of your file to either 352x576 (PAL) or 720x576, THEN feed it to TMPEG DVD-Author; by patching it the file itself is not touched, only the information attached to it, that the programmes get.

REMEMBER: after authoring your DVD and BEFORE compiling it, you have to patch the file back to 480x576 (PAL)!

2. The AVSeq.mpg file you get, is not a "real" .mpg file yet. Use 'VCDEasy' to do the following: in 'VCDEasy' open 'Tools', go to 'MPEG-Tools', there in 'Convert MPEG file with RIFF-Header into real MPEG file' load your "AVSEQ.mpg" (DAT-file), choose the location for the output (MPEG-file), than click 'convert'.

You should have no more probs after that. The only other question would be, if your Standalone accepts the new DVD with the SVCD resolution; many do, but it seems, not all of them.
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