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I want to know what format does a VCD use ? MPEG ? Thanks in advance.
 

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Sorry but i dont see how a link to an online store for VisualCADD V4.0 helps.....perhaps you gave me the wrong link ?
 
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The information I found was that .vcd is a visual cadd extention.
Or as they put it drawing file. The link i gave you you will find a shareware program to download to read this file. Sorry I didn't give more information on my first post but I hope this helps.
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He means Video CD :) Its .mpg format and you can burn it easy with nero (under "other cd formats" on the wizard)
 

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Thanks.If i use nero to burn it,will it convert it to the right format for me ? coz im using a DV digital camera and the files are huge ! and whats the diff betweed MPEG 1 and 2 ?
 
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OK if your making the videos yourself then you want to pick between mpeg-1 (normal VCD) and Mpeg-2 (aka DVD)... Of course you can fit a shorter amount of mpeg-2 video on a CD, which makes it a Super VCD (SVCD), while you should be able to fit over an hour of mpeg-1 on a CD ~650MB. And yes the file sized do get big. I personally would use mpeg-1, quality is still better than VHS but less than DVD, and more playing time per CD.

You can use ezcd 5 to make these VCD's too but I never use ezcd so I can't help you there.

If you use nero then burn it VCD mode, then you can go right on and play it in your DVD player that supports VCD's
 
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