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Burning a VCD

by Imranaly / October 15, 2004 8:46 PM PDT

I have a Casio Exilm 4 mega pixal cam which can take movies, audio and pics. I wanted to compile a VCD of the pics/movies/audio I take in one VCD.

I am unable to do them all in one software.

Can you recommed me a product which does all 3.

Thankx,
Imran

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Re: Burning a VCD
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / October 15, 2004 10:26 PM PDT
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"Can you recommed me a product which does all 3."

Remember that VCD limits us to movies, so to do a slide show of pictures we first make such into a movie. IRFANVIEW (.com) can do that step for free.

After that, we can use software like Ulead DVD Movie Factory.

Bob

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Re: Burning a VCD
by timwerx / October 16, 2004 2:29 PM PDT
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I've used Ulead DVD Movie Factory and Windows Movie Maker to do this.

Frankly, a VCD will not give the same quality as regular videotape, nor will it give you the recording time. I would recommend making a DVD for quality, time, and ability to play in the most players.

Movie Maker makes high-quality VCDs, but they are not standard VCDs and will only play in PCs with Windows Media Player, so besides the time limitations you'll be limited as to where you can play them.

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Re: Burning a VCD
by Art / October 16, 2004 6:51 PM PDT
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I believe Sonic MyDvd can do that for you also.

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