since this is not newbies section anymore (i think it's complex now - i am learning ), i moved some parts of these topic from the newbies section. please help!!! I really need this..
How will I make an AVCD with menus? Some recording artists in our country sells Audio VCDs - how do they do that? Is it also possible that it has menus that also links to the Audio part of the AVCD?
I would like to test out Audio VCDs in my band's indie album. thanks!
Cornucopia, so far - thanks a lot! you've been a big help...Though these are my questions on your instructions. I finished making the AVCD, haven't burned it yet though.Originally Posted by Cornucopia
Note: I'm at a net shop - so I can't bring the AVCD i finished. :P
I have also acquired WinOn CD 6 Power Edition - i don't get how to use it to make an interactive AVCD. help. please :POriginally Posted by Cornucopia
what setting will I preferably use? it has two settings when I would demux it, the larger or the smaller picture? (though I used the larger picture in what i made so far)Originally Posted by Cornucopia
umm..but the menu of the AVCD i'm making has links to the Audio part of the AVCD - do i still ignore the Redbook (i still don't get this term though - is it the Audio part?)?Originally Posted by Cornucopia
where is this Disclamer Video? i didn't saw it :P is it because i'm using the last free edition of VCDEasy?Originally Posted by Cornucopia
huh? I don't get this part. I saw tracks after tracks in my notepad when i opened the cue. How will I enable it to be played in an CD-DA Player? can you please give an example how to edit it, so that i would understand moreOriginally Posted by Cornucopia
please help. thanks!
Edit: I've tried to play the audio part of the image (using Alcohol) in my winamp - it doesn't play. instead some static sounds are playing.help!!!
how will I edit this? (finally bought a net card to connect here at home )
please help me...our band really needs it :P thanks!Code:FILE "C:\Ais\DVD Images\AVCD\AKFG.bin" BINARY TRACK 01 MODE2/2352 FLAGS DCP INDEX 01 00:00:00 TRACK 02 MODE2/2352 FLAGS DCP INDEX 00 00:09:33 INDEX 01 00:11:33 INDEX 02 04:18:33 INDEX 03 10:00:63 INDEX 04 15:20:40 INDEX 05 19:13:09 INDEX 06 22:59:57 INDEX 07 27:20:50 TRACK 03 MODE2/2352 FLAGS DCP INDEX 00 32:55:70 INDEX 01 32:57:70 TRACK 04 MODE2/2352 FLAGS DCP INDEX 00 37:45:05 INDEX 01 37:47:05 TRACK 05 MODE2/2352 FLAGS DCP INDEX 00 41:46:20 INDEX 01 41:48:20 TRACK 06 MODE2/2352 FLAGS DCP INDEX 00 46:25:05 INDEX 01 46:27:05 TRACK 07 MODE2/2352 FLAGS DCP INDEX 00 50:10:61 INDEX 01 50:12:61 TRACK 08 MODE2/2352 FLAGS DCP INDEX 00 56:29:67 INDEX 01 56:31:67 TRACK 09 MODE2/2352 FLAGS DCP INDEX 00 59:10:27 INDEX 01 59:12:27 TRACK 10 MODE2/2352 FLAGS DCP INDEX 00 63:31:37 INDEX 01 63:33:37 TRACK 11 MODE2/2352 FLAGS DCP INDEX 00 67:40:73 INDEX 01 67:42:73 TRACK 12 MODE2/2352 FLAGS DCP INDEX 00 71:36:54 INDEX 01 71:38:54 TRACK 13 MODE2/2352 FLAGS DCP INDEX 00 75:52:49 INDEX 01 75:54:49
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Originally Posted by zeldAIS
The only VCD authoring program that in my oppinion fully supports the VCD2.0 spec is philips videocd toolkit and this is also the only VCD authoring program that I'm using when authoring VCD's with interactive menus. My suggestion is however to use VCDEasy when authoring AVCD's because VCDEasy is much easier to use than philips videocd toolkit.
The only difference between a AVCD that has been authored with Philips VideoCD Toolkit and a AVCD that has been authored with VCDEasy is that the AVCD that has been authored with Philips VideoCD Toolkit has a folder named CDDA.
The CDDA folder is required by the VCD2.0 spec when authoring VCD's with audio tracks because the CDDA folder is used when playing audio tracks from a menu.
The only solution to this problem is to use a VCD authoring program that fully supports the VCD2.0 spec when authoring VCD's with audio tracks.
The only VCD authoring program that I have found that fully supports the VCD2.0 spec and can author VCD's with interactive menus that works on CD-i players, VCD players and DVD players is Philips VideoCD Toolkit.
My suggestion is still that you should use VCDEasy when authoring AVCD's because VCDEasy is much easier to use than Philips VideoCD Toolkit, but if you want to author a AVCD that works in CD-i players, VCD players and DVD players then use Philips VideoCD Toolkit.
I concur with vcd4ever.
zeldAIS, what you may not be getting is that, barring using the Philips VCDToolkit, you'll have to be menuing to duplicate/compressed files. WinOnCD and VideoPak are the only other apps that I know of that even allow inclusion of the original Redbook/uncompressed audio files as audio tracks, but unless I'm mistaken, you can't reference them in a VCD menu with those apps--only VCDToolkit. And you don't want to deal with that app unless you REALLY have to. So my suggestion is to make compressed duplicates, and ref them instead. Small price to pay.
BTW, you did get my last response on the old thread?
Hi Scott and vcd4ever,
TQ to both of you, because helping me to sort out the problem as in my post:
Right now, I know how to create a hot spot with xml. The tedious part is to get its position right on the place. Anyway, it just means more trial out.
As for myself further learning, I feel interested in making a AVCD as quoted by zeldAIS by using Philip VCDtools kit?
Do you know of any websites that publish a good tutorial on how to use the Philip VCDtool kits?
I am much appreciate your help.