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Old 06-19-03, 06:45 PM   #1
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Old 06-19-03, 06:54 PM   #2
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How is it a VCD and has audio commentary???
 
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How is it a VCD and has audio commentary???
because it's a short, I just put the film on a second time, but with an audio commentary instead of the standard audio...so it's not like dvd where you can change on the fly...they are two seperate video files...

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Old 06-19-03, 08:03 PM   #4
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because it's a short, I just put the film on a second time, but with an audio commentary instead of the standard audio...so it's not like dvd where you can change on the fly...they are two seperate video files...
Many VCD's have a mono audio track on the left channel and a different mono channel on the right. Most players that support VCD's let you toggle between the two and whichever one you pick is piped to both speakers..
 
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Many VCD's have a mono audio track on the left channel and a different mono channel on the right. Most players that support VCD's let you toggle between the two and whichever one you pick is piped to both speakers..
cool... I did not know that!

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Old 06-20-03, 04:21 PM   #6
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Yup. All of the VCD's that I own (60+) are from Hong Kong and have Cantonese on one channel and Mandarin on the other. It really annoyed me until I was playing with my Sony remote one day and realized that you could toggle between the two.
 
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Yup. All of the VCD's that I own (60+) are from Hong Kong and have Cantonese on one channel and Mandarin on the other. It really annoyed me until I was playing with my Sony remote one day and realized that you could toggle between the two.
You didn't know and you still bought 60+ VCD's?
 
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