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  1. Hey guys/gals,

    Wasn't sure where to ask this one, i have quite a few SVCDs and would like to burn them to DVD to take advantage of the larger capacity (3-4 movies per DVD). I don't want to reconvert them, just burn them as is. Can this be done? (I'm currently using Nero). If it is doable do i burn these as SVCD or would i burn these as Data? Any help or suggestions much appreciated!

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    The freeware version will demux the video (which doesn't need to be changed) and convert the audio to DVD standard.

    Then you can author a normal DVD using the resulting video and audio files.

    I don't know if Nero will accept these though, it tends to reconvert everything you give it.

    I use GuiforDVDauthor, freeware, simple to use for this kind of project.

    You can use Nero for the final burn of the VIDEO_TS folder, (or ImgBurn preferably).
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    you can patch the headers, some players will take it, some wont. SVCD is 480x480, and as such isnt DVD spec. For best results you might have to change to a compliant frame size.
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    Originally Posted by Forum Troll
    you can patch the headers
    SVCD2DVDMPG will do that, which may make them acceptable to fussy authoring apps.
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    Try the SVCD2DVD v2.5 demo - if memory serves - as long as you are not converting PAL to NTSC then there is no watermark etc and should take a matter of minutes.
    SVCD2DVD v2.5, AVI/MPEG/HDTV/AviSynth/h264->DVD, PAL->NTSC conversion.
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