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08-07-2004, 03:12 AM
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Is it possible to remove the menu from the KVCD compat 2 test? I don't have a remote controller for my DVD player and I can only press Play at the moment, but it tells me to select a sample first. So can I make all the samples play after each other..? Are there any programs that can edit a burned VCD so I can reburn it without the menu?
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08-07-2004, 04:50 AM
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No.

You can extract each sampel individually with vcdgear and burn them one by one on a disc with vcdeasy if you want but you won't know which sample you are playing and you will have to analyse each one with avicodec for instance to see its resolution.

I'm not sure you will understand the slighest word of what I just said
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08-08-2004, 05:17 AM
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I understand *almost* every word you said Dialhot, except...

Is it possible to burn them as separate video files on ONE CD and make them play after each other? Or should I burn every file on a separate disc? The resolution thing isn't that hard. Because I know the order they get played if you have the menu (ULBR first and 720x.... at last), so I could just write that order down on a piece of paper and check which resolutions work on my television.
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I understand *almost* every word you said Dialhot, except...

Is it possible to burn them as separate video files on ONE CD and make them play after each other? Or should I burn every file on a separate disc? The resolution thing isn't that hard. Because I know the order they get played if you have the menu (ULBR first and 720x.... at last), so I could just write that order down on a piece of paper and check which resolutions work on my television.
You are right, all separates video files in only one CD.
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08-08-2004, 07:01 AM
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Ah, fuck it. I'm a freaking adult and I'm still now allowed to use ``my dad's`` DVD player. How pathetic is that He's got serious social problems.
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Ah, f**k it. I'm a freaking adult and I'm still now allowed to use ``my dad's`` DVD player. How pathetic is that He's got serious social problems.
Lol that's his little baby I guess.
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