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12-29-2003, 05:19 PM
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I sort of stumbled accross this idea of squeezing hours of music on to one CDR by mistake. Thing is i have to be totally honest and say that i hav'nt got a clue on how to do it. I've gone to the Doom link posted by Jonel, but the link to the guide there seems to have died. Could anyone give me the basics of how i can get 5+ hours of music on to one CD, or point me in the direction of a tutorial, if one exists.

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12-29-2003, 07:51 PM
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Hi madassmax,

Just encode as a regular VCD, but instead of actually selcting a video stream, leave the "Video" source empty, in TMPEG.
Then select a video CBR (Constant Bitrate) of 300Kbps.
Choose 224Kbps for the audio (the standard for VCDs).
After you're done encoding, burn your mpeg as VCD.
That's it

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