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VCD problem

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by fevola25, Jan 22, 2006.

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  1. fevola25

    fevola25 Thread Starter

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    HI, My dad has formatted his hard drive, and he backed his music video clips up on to cd, burning with nero, he nominated to make a video cd, the files he burned were mpeg.
    Now, he wants to put the clips back onto his hard drive, he thought he'd be able to drag and drop them, just the same way he does to his mp3's, but when he puts the cd in and opens it, it looks like this

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    Is there a way to transfer them back to the way they were before being burnt??
     
  2. Krelian

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  3. fevola25

    fevola25 Thread Starter

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    thank-you Krelian, ive looked, but I cant for the life of me work out how to use it...
     
  4. Krelian

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    Did you read the help file?

    To spare you the confusion, just pick a option from the drop down menu then search for the file it asks you for on the VCD. If you can't find the file, change the drop down menu to something else. I'd check fix MPEG errors too. When done, just start the rendering to MPEG and it will place it somewhere on your harddrive (takes a few minutes depending on size).
     
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