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SilentBobCDN 08-28-2003 09:23 PM

Burning KVCD .bin files on Mac
 
In order to burn a kvcd on a mac (assuming its possible), do I do anything differently than how I would burn a normal s/vcd .bin file?

Basically what I do is using vcdtoolsX v1.1. I extract the mpeg file out of the bin. create an xml file from the mpeg, and create a couple .img files that I burn in Toast.

Does the fact that its a different encoding format change my ability to burn these files?

kwag 08-28-2003 09:56 PM

Re: Burning KVCD .bin files on Mac
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by SilentBobCDN
In order to burn a kvcd on a mac (assuming its possible), do I do anything differently than how I would burn a normal s/vcd .bin file?

Basically what I do is using vcdtoolsX v1.1. I extract the mpeg file out of the bin. create an xml file from the mpeg, and create a couple .img files that I burn in Toast.

Does the fact that its a different encoding format change my ability to burn these files?

If you can burn .bin/.cue images in a MAC, you should be able to burn them just like that. But if you can't, then what you did (extract the mpeg) is also a way to do it. But make sure you burn as "non-standard" VCD.

-kwag

SilentBobCDN 08-29-2003 02:45 PM

k, ill try it out. hopefully it works.

gefsmith 10-18-2003 11:57 PM

Could someone help me with the nonstandard vcd settings on the new toast? I have hunted around and just can not find them. Can anyone help please?

George

kwag 10-19-2003 12:00 AM

Welcome George,

These are the mux settings we use with BBMpeg (on Windows):

http://www.digitalfaq.com/archives/i.../2002/12/5.jpg

-kwag


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