Help: avi to vcd using toast

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  1. DON2003

    DON2003 PhilMUG Addict Member

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    I used toast to convert an avi file to vcd, but I ends up with a vcd with chapter 1: My CD and its blank black,

    what did I do wrong? what is the right way to makes a avi file encode properly on a cd that can play on vcd player?

    btw I chose normal vcd not the super vcd format
     
  2. Jeff

    Jeff Active Member

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    some avi files are really unpredictable. try converting your avi files first to mp4 format using isquint. toast will have an easier time converting mp4 files to vcd format.
     
  3. shutterbug

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    hi! i seem to be having a problem with a VCD i burned using Toast. I was able to play it on my vcd/dvd player in canada... but when we came back here... ayaw na.... the words Video CD PBC keeps appearing on a black screen then the player ejects the disc na.
     

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