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01-19-2005, 08:54 AM
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Hello All

Apologies for re-asking a question but could someone explain how i can burn a kvcd using Nero 6.3, does it need encoding first?

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01-19-2005, 09:49 AM
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Hello All

Apologies for re-asking a question but could someone explain how i can burn a kvcd using Nero 6.3, does it need encoding first?

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Nero is a burning tool, not an encoding tool. So... ?

You have a lot to read and learn as you just arrived here
Go on the home page and peek a guide.
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01-19-2005, 12:41 PM
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... and welcome to the forum!
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01-19-2005, 01:18 PM
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... and welcome to the forum!
Thanks mate!

Still cannot find the answer to my question though!
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Still cannot find the answer to my question though!
First you must encode your kvcd outside nero (this answers to the second part of your question). Then you will burn it with nero simply as a "VCD" (or SVCD, depends on what you did) and unchecking the "make a compliant VCD" box.

Let me guess : you dled a KVCD and dont know what to do with it... ?
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01-19-2005, 01:52 PM
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Let me guess : you dled a KVCD and dont know what to do with it... ?
Oui!
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01-19-2005, 01:58 PM
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Oui!
What is named under the word "KVCD" on the net is generally a badly encoded crappy sources processed by dumb monkeys unable to make the difference between his left and right hand.

And more overn this is warez. Please read disclamer.
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01-19-2005, 04:31 PM
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...is generally a badly encoded crappy sources processed by dumb monkeys unable to make the difference between his left and right hand.
poor monkeys...have a pity!
don't do that with the monkeys, they will learn something after long training but dumbs that use crappy sources never learn anything (you know that cos you (we) know lots of dumbs that still do that)
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don't do that with the monkeys, they will learn something after long training but dumbs that use crappy sources never learn anything (you know that cos you (we) know lots of dumbs that still do that)
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01-21-2005, 07:08 AM
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First you must encode your kvcd outside nero (this answers to the second part of your question). Then you will burn it with nero simply as a "VCD" (or SVCD, depends on what you did) and unchecking the "make a compliant VCD" box.
Thanks for the reply... i'll give it a try....this is an excellent web site by the way!
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Thanks for the reply... i'll give it a try....this is an excellent web site by the way!
You're welcome. And enjoy
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