(Solved) Problem inserting chapters in VCDEasy

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apakhira

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I added a few video files in VCDEasy.When i tried to insert chapters in them, i saw that in case of the big files, the "Number of possible chapter entry points" was 1, and it was occupied by the "start of file" chapter, so i couldn't insert chapters.But in case of one small file the "no. of possible chapter entry points" was 2.Why is this so?How will i insert chapters.My VCDEasy version is 3.1.4 which is freeware.Shareware versions started coming from 3.1.6 onward.
 

eddie5659

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Hiya

Are you letting VCDEasy analyze the mpeg's first off? Just read this:

Q14 - Shall I let VCDEasy analyze the MPEG files ?
Yes! When you let VCDEasy analyze the MPEG files, VCDEasy uses the Access Point Sectors "APS" (relaxed or not) information. This allows you to know at chapters design time what will be the exact chapter entry points. If you do not let VCDEasy analyze the MPEG files, the chapter entry points you will enter may be changed at CD Image generation time (VCDxBuild)... so you won't be able to know, before the CD image generation, the exact entry points (even if you relaxed the APS constraints)
http://www.vcdeasy.org/modules.php?name=_FAQ&file=index&myfaq=yes&id_cat=4&categories=Chapters

Also, you may want to check this out:

http://www.dvdrhelp.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=596200&highlight=chapter#596200

Regards

eddie
 

apakhira

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I have analyzed the VCD files.I have solved the problem-the files which i had did not have correct VCD headers-they had only one header.In order to insert chapters i used another sofware to insert headers every 0.5 second.Now i can use chapter function.Thanx
 
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