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Old 04-14-02, 11:51 PM
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Nero not letting me burn VCDs

I'm tying to make some VCDs using Nero v5.5.5.1. I made the playlist and had it re-encode the files since they weren't compatable in the orginal form. When I get to the burning window it doesn't burn and only gives the save, print, discard messages buttons. There is no error listed in the events, only encoding video, then the file path. That's it.

Anyone know what I'm doing wrong?
Old 04-15-02, 04:35 AM
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I suggest using TMGPenc to encode the video to VCD spec and then use Nero to burn the VCD afterwards. http://www.tmpgenc.net

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Old 04-16-02, 12:45 AM
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Using TMGPenc seems to have solved the problem. It took nearly 8 hours to re-encode 60mins of movies, even on my dual CPU system. Of course its only 500MHz each and I had all the noise reduction filters on.

I'll try out the disc tomorrow and see if it works. Thanks
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Yeah, noise reduction adds an insane amount of rendering time. glad you got over your original problem

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