Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by Mycophiles, May 17, 2003.
I have downloaded a dvd copy but havent watched it yet.
How many version are out so far?
I just know about the VCD version. Is there a SVCD yet?
there is no dvd version yet
1 min left till its done
where is the vcd version?
i got aVI file.
can i convert AVI to vcd
All the copies out right now look like shit from the samples....waiting on a centropy rip
yeah nothing good out yet.
don't say you have a dvd copy when you know you don't.
Yes you can -
Get virtual dub, to split the file up.
You need to get DVD2VCD, to do a conversion to MPEG2
Then use VCD Easy to make a SVCD or VCD image.
Burn to disc
or you can use TMPGenc to convert and nero to burn
You still have to split the file up
DVD2VCD usese TMPGenc, or other encoders, to do the conversoin, it just also gives you much more control than the program alone I like to do things right.
VCDEasy gives much more control on the actual image creation too
VCD = Video Compact Disc!!
Yes, you do!
Now if you want to convert AVI to MPEG2, sure thing! Watch it on your computer, but you dumb fuck, if it is a VCD, it is a disc!
i have an svcd, widescreen version, it looks alright
Then you are watching a VCD image, not a VCD.
And in the world of digitial video, that is everything!
The guy asked a question, try to actually answer next time before you call others n00bs.
i want it so i can watch it in the car at shows. thats why i want to burn to VCD.
Yeah, keep on doing that. Notice his reply.
is x2 screener our yet?
IT'S NOT A VCD WHEN IT'S SITTING ON YOUR COMPUTER
Call it semantics, but when you get a client asking to make them a VCD and hand them an unfinished project, you'll see how wrong you are.
With 378927493 different encoders and fiel types, you can't start making up your own definitions.
Not a screen, but centropy released a great cam. It's on torrentsex
;o ill wait for screener
vcd = video CD
that is all.
vcd stands for video compact disc. the video file is not a CD, now is it? if you have a .bin file you have a cd image. if that bin file contains a movie in a .mpeg format then you have a .mpeg video file.
Look, you are even using the correct definitions now. So go back and reread the request. Then follow that up where he said what he wants.
Then when you are done there, read the definition - http://www.computeruser.com/resources/dictionary/popup_definition.php?lookup=8394
A fuckee? I thought I was a n00b, but it seems you are the one who doesn't seem to know the actual differences