As far as my knowledge goes, it is not possible. *Possible* reasons are, type of data you are putting on the media and reading speed required for this type of data. On the top of that, how long video you think you can fit into one CD-R? Not more than 15 mins. of DVD quality video (mpeg2 video). If you would like to accept deteriorated video quality of mpeg1 format than you could make 1hr VCD. I wonder though why would you like to stick to CD-R only and not upgrade to DVD-R, taking into account the fact that they almost cost the same.
I have a pretty good CDR that I have been using for making music and data CD's using WinXPProSP2. I have not been using any special software; just the WinXP built-in roxio for data and WinMediaPlayer to do music. So far so good. Nothing special and it all works fine.
What I want to do is to write DVDplayer-able stuff to CDR's. I know that there is some way to do it. Is there a way to do it via a part of XP? Do I need other software to do this? What is the format that I am talking about called, specifically?
Thanks in advance.
Regards, -A. Freeman