i have allot of VHS analog vedios and want to convert it to vcd (mpeg1)
how much i can fit the maximum time of VHS film on one 700 cd-r (mpeg1) VCD ?
and which the codec can do the best?
can i fit 2 hours time film on one cd (vcd mpeg1 format)? if not so how maximum i can ? and how? (speed not important)
my system :
PIII 600 HD80 GB VGA CARD AUSUS Gforce 32 MB DDRAM with video in
i use vertualdub and TMPGEnc and nero6.
thanks and god pless yo all
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the VideoCD format is a standard, just like WAV. On a 700 mb disc you can theoretically fit 70 minutes, tho you rarely see more than 60, just because of disc overhead and other minor files a VCD disc needs to have included on it.
An afterthought: Some newer stand-alone DVD players support the DIVX and Windows Media formats. If you encode your movies to those formats, you should be able to get 2 hours on a CD-R, tho the quality might be somewhat lessened.
i dont have DVD players i have VCD Player (45 us$) so is there vcd player support the DIVX and Windows Media formats.
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There are players that play DivX and WMV. Unfortunately teh quality is pretty mediocre in the US at teh moemnt. Give it 6 more months and you should see some pretty good units.
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